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The Morning After

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J. Geils Band 10/24/1990

Review

The Morning After is a near perfect follow-up to the J. Geils Band's self-titled debut album. It's more of the same winning blend of rocked-out blues, jumped-up soul, and pure rock & roll wildness with enough attitude and energy to get a club full of people from zero to sweaty in less than 60 seconds. Featuring the original versions of songs that became radio staples in their live incarnations ("Looking for a Love," the Magic Dick showcase "Whammer Jammer"), a batch of covers of rare soul gems ("So Sharp," Don Covay's "The Usual Place," the aforementioned "Looking for a Love"), and some fine originals (the rip-roaring opener "I Don't Need You No More," the very funky "Gotta Have Your Love," and the heart-rending ballad "Cry One More Time," which was covered memorably by Gram Parsons on G.P.), The Morning After is definite proof that the J. Geils Band were well on their way to becoming one of the best rock & roll bands of any era. ~ Tim Sendra
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 I Don't Need You No More J. Geils Band 2:34
  3. 2 Whammer Jammer J. Geils Band 2:35
  4. 3 So Sharp [Cover] J. Geils Band 3:7
  5. 4 The Usual Place [Cover] J. Geils Band 2:44
  6. 5 Gotta Have Your Love J. Geils Band 4:29
  7. 6 Looking for a Love [Cover] J. Geils Band 3:41
  8. 7 Gonna Find Me a New Love J. Geils Band 3:20
  9. 8 Cry One More Time J. Geils Band 3:19
  10. 9 Floyd's Hotel J. Geils Band 3:9
  11. 10 It Ain't What You Do (It's How You Do It!) J. Geils Band 5:7

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