A simply great album.
Sure it has its' dings, but a good blues record will; it shouldn't be "manufactured perfection." It's the record I wish he had put out quite a while ago, and I love listening to it.
Great Blues Guitarist
By Electric Sky Dog
True blues Guitar straight from the country the way the men who invented this sound would like it. Love it George keep on rocking!
F YES !!!
BBBBBDDDTTTTTTHHHHHHHdddddd it’s lovey dovey !!!!
No Digital Booklet?
Where is the digital booklet?
Party of Two !!!
By Fins Up In Indiana
George brought his guitar over to my house, we are sipping on that bottle of Tanqueray, and he is burnin' this house down!! We drinkin' alone jammin' to these tunes! It's gonna be an all-nighter!
what a great change of pace for George Thorogood. Blues played the way it was originally played. I love it.
this got boring fast.
Back to his roots
As the name of the album suggests, Party of One is George playing solo. The Destroyers are not backing him. Although he is best at electric blues, this is a nice change of pace for him. He does a nice job on the songs that influenced him.
I know a lot of people only know him from Bad To The Bone, but that was way to commercialized.
His earlier albums were better, more raw and not as over produced.
Not The George Thorogood I Remember
I was a big fan of George Thorogood back in the "Bad to the Bone "days, but this album sounds like he just needed some money. Sounds like he's playing by himself in his office. I don't hear much if any other instruments other then his guitar and slide guitar. I don't think any of the tracts had any vocals but his. Terrible, very disappointed.