The discography of American rock band The J. Geils Band consists of 11 studio albums, three live albums, eight compilation albums, one video album, and 30 singles. Formed in 1967 in Worcester, Massachusetts, the band consisted of guitarist J. Geils, singer Peter Wolf, harmonica player Magic Dick, bassist Danny Klein, keyboard player Seth Justman, and drummer Stephen Jo Bladd.
Album, 1970, Atlantic Records. ce Breaker (For the Big "M"). 8. Start All Over Again. 9. Give It to Me. Узнать больше. Nightmares and Other Tales From the Vinyl Jungle. Album, 1974, Atlantic Records. 2. You're the Only One. 3. I Do. 4. Somebody.
Freeze Frame (The J. Geils Band album). Freeze-Frame is the tenth studio album by American rock band The J. Geils Band, and the last one to feature original vocalist Peter Wolf. The album was released on October 26, 1981, by EMI Records. It reached number one on the United States Billboard 200 album chart in February 1982, and remained at the top for four weeks
Led by Bronx-bred blues connoisseur and sometime art student Peter Wolf (nee Blakefield), the Hallucinations were an attraction on the Boston club circuit from their formation in 1967. Renamed the J. Geils Band for their lead guitarist, the group signed with Atlantic Records, which issued a self-titled debut in 1970. A new pact with EMI America saw the J. Geils Band slowly turning their fortunes around. Their second album for the label, 1980's Love Stinks, partook of a New Wave-influenced sound and attitude; it marked the first time two consecutive Geils 45s ("Come Back" and the deathless title cut) hit the Billboard Top 40. Sanctuary (1978) and Love Stinks both went gold, but the decade-plus veterans had an unexpected career record up their sleeves.
The J. Geils Band –Insane, Insane Again. The J. Geils Band –Night Time. Geils Band –Detroit Breakdown. Geils Band –My Baby Don't Love Me. 3:36. Geils Band –Centerfold. Geils Band, J. Geils Band –Wild Man. 4:05. Geils Band –Love-itis. Geils Band –First I Look at the Purse. Geils Band –Homework.
The band's fourth album, Bloodshot, made it to the Top 10 in 1973, mostly thanks to the pop-leaning hit single "Give It to Me" (see No. 2 on our list of the Top 10 J. Geils Band Songs). The album's opening track, "(Ain't Nothin' but a) Houseparty," was more representative of the group's juke-joint roots. Geils Band had a Top 25 hit with a live version of their cover of the Marvelows' doo-wop classic "I Do" in 1982. But we prefer the slick studio take found on 1977's Monkey Island album, an experimental detour that played around in new sonic playgrounds (the title track runs nine minutes). I Do" doesn't quite fit the tone of the LP, but it's one of the band's best tributes to '60s R&B. From: 'Sanctuary' (1978).
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