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Simply Seventies #9 - 1978

For the penultimate posting on the Jemtunes ‘Simply Seventies’ series, here’s the self-titled debut from George Thorogood & the Destroyers released in 1978.

Introducing the world to a master of the ‘Delaware slide’, Mr Thorogood was soon to unleash “Bad to the bone”, a modern-day blues classic anthem since used in countless commercials and movie soundtracks the world over. 30 more words

Blues

George Thorogood & the Destroyers (03/23/78)

George Thorogood and the Destroyers
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When I first heard this record some months ago, I was appalled. “One bourbon, one Scotch and one… 506 more words

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Big Beat: George Thorogood's shtick is still fun - with set list

George Thorogood and the Destroyers rocked Southam Hall at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa on Friday night. It was precisely what was expected — Thorogood, after 40-odd years on the road, has a predictable routine — yet it was still fun. 66 more words

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