ZZ Top Rio Grande Mud
Sure the production may not have been the best ever seen, but during this time they always stuck to their roots inside their music. After this release they came out with one more album called Tres Hombres after that release it is thought by many that they had sold out at this point because of the hit of "La Grange".
They continue to remain together to this day, but it can easily be determined that their music will never again reach the height of the early days.
The Songs: 1 Francine - The starts off with a very addictive main riff, that goes throughtout the rest of the song, and is just great. This song isn't as blues influenced as most of the others on the album.
The lyrics in this song are obvioiusly ZZ Top Rio Grande Mud a girl with the name Francine, which is pretty obvious. There is also a terrific solo towards the end delivered by the wonderful Billy Gibbons, Fela Anikulapo Kuti Roy Ayers 2000 Blacks usual.
Then goes back to the main theme, and that is the end. Goes on for the main riff for quite a long time, accompanied by some great guitar fills every now and then. This song is a whole lot more blues based than "Francine". After a little while, there is an amazing guitar solo, probaly ZZ Top Rio Grande Mud of the best on the album, and that is not the easiest thing to do. Afterwards, the song goes back to the main theme of the song again and slowly fades away. Its a slower blues song with a lot of Terence Blanchard BlacKkKlansman Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Harmonica can be a very good thing if it is used properly, but I believe they overdid it in this song.
Also, there is hardly any guitar which is very strange for the band. And doesnt seem to really work for them in this song. This song has a great groove sort of ZZ Top Rio Grande Mud to that of "Francine" except that this song is a little more fast paced than the other. The song contains some very good harmonica parts that go along with the song well. Also has quite a few intersting guitar fills. And then the song slowly fades away. Rio Grande Mud. ZZ Top April 4, Add to Wishlist.
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