Pop/Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Pub Rock, Rock & Roll, New Wave, Roots Rock, Punk/New Wave

Album Review

Dave Edmunds was always notorious for his perfectionist approach to studio recordings, so his skills as a live performer were often overlooked. Although it has been doctored slightly in the studio, I Hear You Rockin' the Hits Live is an energetic, enjoyable record demonstrating that the roots-rocker can be a fun, charismatic performer when he chooses. The album's set list draws heavily from his classic late-'70s records ("Girls Talk," "Here Comes the Weekend," "Queen of Hearts," "Crawling from the Wreckage," "I Knew the Bride [When She Used to Rock & Roll]," "Ju Ju Man"), adding the hits "I Hear You Knockin'" and "Slipping Away," plus "Information" for good measure. It's a basic primer, delivered with passion, making it a fine record for die-hard fans.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Girls Talk
  2. Here Comes the Weekend
  3. Queen of Hearts
  4. Paralyzed
  5. The Wanderer
  6. Crawling from the Wreckage
  7. Slipping Away
  8. Information
  9. I Hear You Knockin'
  10. I Knew the Bride (When She Used to Rock & Roll)
  11. Ju Ju Man
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