Sunday, October 18, 2020

And Jimmy's number 101, he knows one day he'll be one.

Debut from 1978.  Relatively speaking, a basic, then again I'm still surprised how many people haven't heard this record in it's entirety.  Nice crisp, tight production really helped this album stand out, and the band never conjured up a follow-up quite as consistent as this.

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Jim H. said...

One of THE best LP's of the era, or any other!! PERFECT songs and great production = a masterpiece!!!

Konrad Useo said...

A very good record, I agree. Thanks for reminding me.