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Album: Let's Work Together Live
# Song Title   Time
1)    No Particular Place to Go - (studio)
2)    Ride on Josephine - (studio)
3)    Bad Boy - (studio)
4)    Cocaine Blues - (studio)
5)    If You Don't Start Drinkin' (I'm Gonna Leave) - (studio)
6)    I'm Ready - (studio)
7)    I'll Change My Style - (studio)
8)    Get a Haircut - (studio)
9)    Gear Jammer - (studio)
10)    Move It on Over - (studio)
11)    You Talk Too Much - (studio)
12)    Let's Work Together - (studio)
13)    St. Louis Blues - (studio)
14)    Johnny B. Goode - (studio)
 

Album: Let's Work Together Live
# Song Title   Time
1)    No Particular Place to Go - (studio)
2)    Ride on Josephine - (studio)
3)    Bad Boy - (studio)
4)    Cocaine Blues - (studio)
5)    If You Don't Start Drinkin' (I'm Gonna Leave) - (studio)
6)    I'm Ready - (studio)
7)    I'll Change My Style - (studio)
8)    Get a Haircut - (studio)
9)    Gear Jammer - (studio)
10)    Move It on Over - (studio)
11)    You Talk Too Much - (studio)
12)    Let's Work Together - (studio)
13)    St. Louis Blues - (studio)
14)    Johnny B. Goode - (studio)
 
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  • The Destroyers: George Thorogood (vocals, guitar); Hank Carter (saxophone, keyboards, background vocals); Bill Blough (bass); Jeff Simon (drums).
  • Producers: Terry Manning, The Delaware Destroyers.
  • Recorded live at Mississippi Nights, St. Louis, Missouri on December 2-3, 1994 and Center Stage, Atlanta, Georgia on December 5, 1994. Includes liner notes by Jim Ladd.
  • LET'S WORK TOGETHER is the 14-track live album from noted blues-rock act George Thorogood & the Destroyers. The album was recorded at Mississippi Nights in St. Louis in December 1994, and includes guest appearances from Elvin Bishop and former Chuck Berry pianist Johnny Johnson.
  • Entertaining as his studio albums are, it's axiomatic that Thorogood is best appreciated on stage. And this concert set, recorded in front of a positively rapturous audiences in Atlanta and St. Louis in 1994, pretty much proves the point, with the band making a great, ungodly racket that as usual owes as much to '60s garage rock and punk as it does to Muddy Waters. Thorogood, who sounds thoroughly energized, blowtorches his way through familiar songs by Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley, but he also takes on Larry William's "Bad Boy" (offered as a tribute to John Lennon), and brings out two special guests--guitarist Elvin Bishop and Berry's great piano player Johnny Johnson--for a pedal-to-the-metal assault on Canned Heat's version of Wilbert Harrison's "Let's Work Together."
Professional Reviews
Q (9/95, p.122) - 3 Stars - Good - "...this is a record which posts its tunnel vision as party fun, and just about works..."
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