Night Shift Turns 45!
by Mike Mettler, official FoghatStorian
Night Shift, Foghat’s sixth studio album, was released 45 years ago by Bearsville Records on November 18, 1976. Produced by Dan Hartman — the acclaimed bassist for Edgar Winter Group and the solo artist behind the 1984 Top 10 single “I Can Dream About You” — Night Shift reached No. 36 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart and has since been certified as Gold by the RIAA, signifying over 500,000 copies sold. (It’s high time for an updated sales recertification, we say!) The hard-charging opening track “Drivin’ Wheel” reached No. 34 on the U.S. Hot 100 singles chart, while the heartfelt, strings-drenched album-closing ballad, “I’ll Be Standing By,” made it to No. 67.
Celebrating our 50th Anniversary!!
Get our latest double CD + DVD released 7/16/21
14 Great Tracks Recorded live at Daryl’s House Club on 11/17/19
8 DAYS ON THE ROAD
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Track listing for 8 DAYS ON THE ROAD:
1. Drivin’ Wheel
2. Road Fever
3. Stone Blue
4. Fool For The City
5. It Hurts Me Too
6. Take Me To The River
7. Home In My Hand
8. 8 Days on the Road
9. Chateau Lafitte ’59 Boogie
10. I Just Want To Make Love To You
13. Play That Funky Music
14. Slow Ride
Roger Earl Interview Sitting In with CAT
https://sittinginwiththecat.libsyn.com/cat-episode-105-roger-earl-foghat Roger Earl co-founded Foghat in 1971 with several of his fellow members in Savoy Brown. Throughout their history, the band’s albums have attained Platinum or Gold status 10 times, with nearly a dozen songs landing on the rock charts. Roger shares, with multi-award winning program director Ray White, his insights into the bands upcoming album (release date 7/16/21) titled 8 Days On The Road, Dave Edmonds’ role in the early years of the band and his support of Raising A Hand, a wonderful foundation dedicated to getting one step closer to awareness, education and finding a cure for Rett Syndrome – a neurologic disorder that devastates … Continued
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