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Foghat - Zig-Zag Walk (1983)

Foghat - Zig-Zag Walk (1983)

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"That's What Love Can Do" (Dave Peverett) – 3:54
"Zig-Zag Walk" (Peverett) – 3:28
"Choo Choo Ch'Boogie" (Denver Darling, Milt Gabler, Vaughn Horton) – 2:43
"Jenny Don't Mind" (Erik Cartwright) – 4:37
"Three Wheel Cadillac" (Peverett) – 3:55
"It'll Be Me" (Jack Clement) – 3:29
"Silent Treatment" (Peverett) – 3:17
"Down the Road a Piece" (Don Raye) – 2:35
"Seven Day Weekend" (Peverett) – 4:10
"Linda Lou" (Jon Jelmer) – 3:46

Zig-Zag Walk is the 12th studio album by British hard rock band Foghat, released in 1983. Unlike the previous year's In the Mood for Something Rude, which consisted of all outside material, lead singer Dave Peverett wrote five of the album's ten songs, with guitarist Erik Cartwright contributing a sixth. A few of the songs are given a rockabilly treatment augmenting the blues rock the band is better known for. It would be the band's last album for over a decade until their comeback album, Return of the Boogie Men, in 1994.

Producer "Franz Leipkin" and keyboardist "Eli Jenkins" are pseudonyms for old bandmate Nick Jameson, who had played in Foghat in 1975 and produced or co-produced various Foghat albums in the '70s and '80s. Paul Butterfield makes a guest appearance on one song, playing harmonica on "Seven Day Weekend".

Years Active

1971 – present (50 years)

Founded In
London, England, United Kingdom

Foghat Band Members
Billy Davis (1990 – 1993)
Brett Cartwright (1987 – 1989)
Bryan Bassett (1999 – present)
Charlie Huhn (2000 – present)
Craig MacGregor (1976 – 2018)
Dave Crigger (1992 – 1993)
Dave Peverett (1971 – 2000)
Eric Burgeson (1986 – 1989)
Erik Cartwright (1981 – 1993)
Jeff Howell (1987 – 1991)
Kenny Aaronson (1983 – 1983)
Nick Jameson (1975 – 1983)
Phil Nudelman (1989 – 1990)
Rob Alter (1983 – 1984)
Rod Price (1971 – 1999)
Roger Earl (1971 – present)
Tony Stevens (1971 – 2005)

Boogie music-inspired hard rockers Foghat started off as an idea held by musicians Roger Earl and Lonesome Dave Peverett when they first toured America in the late-60s as members of the seminal British band Savoy Brown. The two of them playing alongside guitarist Kim Simmonds, Savoy Brown was on the cutting edge of the massive British blues rock scene, and they influenced countless musicians on both sides of the Atlantic. In 1971, wanting to give a more slick, rock n roll flavor to the boogie music they were playing with said group, Dave and Roger enlisted lead/slide guitarist Rod Price and bassist Tony Stevens to create a new band. According to Songfacts, Foghat got their name from when Peverett played a Scrabble-like game with his brother and just made up a word on the spot to suit his letters. Peverett convinced the band to go with it instead of Brandywine.

Foghat Band Members

Roger Earl – drums (1971–1984, 1993–present)
Bryan Bassett – lead guitar (1999–present)
Charlie Huhn – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (2000–present)
Rodney O'Quinn – bass (2015–present)
Dave Peverett – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards (1971–1984, 1993–2000; died 2000)
Rod Price – lead guitar, backing vocals (1971–1980, 1993–1999; died 2005)
Tony Stevens – bass (1971–1975, 1993–2005)
Nick Jameson – bass, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals (1975–1976, 1982–1983)
Craig MacGregor – bass (1976–1982, 2005–2015; died 2018)
Erik Cartwright – lead guitar, backing vocals (1981–1984; died 2017)

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