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Category: Southern Blues Rock
Label: Warner Bros.
Catalog Number: 2-3270
|1.||Waitin' For The Bus|
|2.||Jesus Just Left Chicago|
|3.||Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers|
|4.||Master Of Sparks|
|5.||Hot, Blue And Righteous|
|6.||Move Me On Down The Line|
|7.||Precious And Grace|
|10.||Have You Heard?|
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|From: Doug||Date: July 29, 2021 at 15:35|
|My favorite ZZ Top album, and where felt the most appropriate to express sadness on the passing of Dusty Hill. R.I.P.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: August 1, 2021 at 3:54|
|Tres Hombres is a giant step forward for ZZ Top, not so much in sound or style, but in overall consistency and quality of song. There just isn't a bad track on the album, and the bst songs are better than anything they'd done before. They manage to sound heavy without using a ton of distortion, even for what was available in 1973. We all know the four unassailable hits (two of which are indivisible, despite technically being separate songs), but otherwise, I would call attention to "Master of Sparks" and "Precious and Grace," both of which are very heavy for the band and the time, plus the slow-burning "Hot, Blue and Righteous." Plain and simple: ZZ Top will make you happy. It's a guarantee.|
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