Foghat was the debut album by the band Foghat. The first of the band's two self-titled albums, it was released in 1972.
The "Foghat" LP (1972) was produced by Dave Edmunds, whose idiosyncratic style in the studio can be heard throughout the album. "Dave was very much into early Elvis and the Sun Records thing," Peverett recalls. "I loved the phasing effects he got on the vocals. He wasn't scared to try off-the-wall sound ideas."
Foghat's eponymously titled first LP reached #127 on the U.S. album charts, with the single "I Just Want To Make Love To You" gaining them a bit of radio attention. The band quickly followed this up by recording and releasing "What A Shame," which crept up to #82. Produced by Edmunds, "What A Shame" would later be included in remixed form on their second album, "Foghat" (aka "Rock & Roll").
1. (00:04:22) Foghat - I Just Want to Make Love to You
2. (00:03:18) Foghat - Trouble,Trouble
3. (00:03:34) Foghat - Leavin' Again (Again!)
4. (00:02:59) Foghat - Fool's Hall of Fame
5. (00:04:36) Foghat - Sarah Lee
6. (00:03:49) Foghat - Highway (Killing Me)
7. (00:03:32) Foghat - Maybellene
8. (00:04:07) Foghat - A Hole to Hide In
9. (00:07:40) Foghat - Gotta Get to Know You
Playing Time.........: 00:37:57
Total Size...........: 86.95 MB