Although British in origin, Foghat relocated to the USA, where this boogie-blues band built a large following during the 70s. The band originally comprised Lonesome Dave Peverett (16 April 1943, Dulwich, London, England, d. 7 February 2000; vocals/guitar), Tony Stevens (b. 12 September 1949, Willsden, London, England; bass/vocals), Roger Earl (b. 16 May 1946, London, England; drums) and Rod Price (b. 22 November 1947, London, England, d. 22 March 2005, Wilton, New Hampshire, USA; guitar/vocals). Peverett, Stevens and Earl had been members of Savoy Brown, the UK blues band. They left and immediately settled in the USA with the new unit, where Foghat signed with Bearsville Records, owned by entrepreneurial manager Albert Grossman. Their 1972 self-titled debut album was produced by Dave Edmunds and reached the US charts, as did the single, a cover version of Willie Dixons blues standard I Just Want To Make Love To You. A live version of...
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