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From the Album 1. Brown Sugar 2. Just Got Paid 3. Heard It On The X 4. La Grange 5. Tush 6. Thunderbird 7. Im Bad Im Nationwide 8. Legs 9. Gimme All Your Lovin 10. Blue Jean Blues 11. Certified Blues 12. Tube Snake Boogie

From the Album 1. I Gotsta Get Paid 2. Chartreuse 3. Consumption 4. Over You 5. Heartache In Blue 6. I Dont Wanna Lose Lose You 7. Flyin High 8. It's Too Easy Mañana 9. Big Shiny Nine 10. Have A Little Mercy

From the Album 1. Gimme All Your Lovin 2. Got Me Under Pressure 3. Sharp Dressed Man 4. I Need You Tonight 5. I Got The Six 6. Legs 7. Thug 8. TV Dinners 9. Dirty Dog 10. If I Could Only Flag Her Down 11. Bad Girl

From the Album 1. I Thank You 2. She Loves My Automobile 3. Im Bad Im Nationwide 4. A Fool For Your Stockings 5. Manic Mechanic 6. Dust My Broom 7. Lowdown In The Street 8. Hi Fi Mama 9. Cheap Sunglasses 10. Esther Be The One

Other Songs 2000 Blues 36-22-36 Alley-Gator Antenna Head Apologies To Pearly Arrested For Driving While Blind As Time Goes By Asleep In The Desert Avalon Hideaway Back Door Love Affair Backdoor Love Affair Backdoor Medley: Backdoor Love Affair Backdoor Medley. I. Back Door Love Affair Backdoor Medley. II. Mellow Down Easy Backdoor Medley. III. Backdoor Love Affair No. 2 Backdoor Medley. IV. Long Distance Boogie Balinese Bang Bang Bar-B-Q Beatbox Bedroom Thang Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers Belt Buckle Black Fly Blue Jeans Blues Blues Intro Breakaway Buck Nekkid Burger Man Cant Stop Rockin Cherry Red Chevrolet Cocaine Concrete And Steel Cover Your Rig Crucifixx-A-Flatt Crunchy Deal Goin Down Decision Or Collision Decison or Collison Delirious Dipping Low Dipping Low (In the Lap of Luxury) Dont Tease Me Doubleback Down Brownie Dreadmonboogaloo Dusted El Diablo Enjoy And Get It On Fearless Boogie Francine Fuzzbox Voodoo Girl In A T-Shirt Give It Up Goin Down To Mexico Goin So Good Groovy Little Hippie Pad Gun Love Hairdresser Have You Heard? Heaven Hell Or Houston Hey Mr. Millionaire Hot Blue And Righteous Hummbucking Part 2 I Got The Message I Wanna Drive You Home I Want to Hold Your Hand Its Only Love Its So Hard Its Too Easy Manana Jailhouse Rock Jesus Just Left Chicago Just Got Back From Babys Ko Ko Blue La Grange Leila (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear Liquor Live Intro By Ross Mitchell Lizard Life Loaded Lovething Made Into A Movie Master Of Sparks Me So Stupid Mescalero Mexican Blackbird Miller's Farm Move Me On Down The Line Mushmouth Shoutin My Heads In Mississippi My Mind Is Gone Nasty Dogs And Funky Kings Neighbor Neighbor Old Man Pan Am Highway Blues Party On The Patio Pch Pearl Necklace Penthouse Eyes Piece Pincushion Planet Of Women Poke Chop Sandwich Precious And Grace Pretty Head Prettyhead Punk Ass Boyfriend Que Lastima Rhythmeen Rough Boy Shaking Your Tree Sharp Dressed Man Sheik Shes A Heartbreaker Shes Just Killing Me Shiek Sinpusher Sleeping Bag Snappy Kakkie (Somebody Else Been) Shakin Your Tree (Somebody Else Been) Shaking Your Tree Squank Stackin Paper Stages Sure Got Cold After The Rain Fell Teddy Bear Tell It Ten Dollar Man Ten Foot Pole Tramp Trippin Two Ways To Play Velcro Fly Vincent Price Blues Viva Las Vegas Waitin For The Bus What It Is Kid What Would You Do? Whats Up With That Whiskeyn Mama Woke Up With Wood World Of Swirl Zipper Job
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ZZ Top is an American rock band formed in 1969 in Houston, Texas. The band consists of guitarist and lead vocalist Billy Gibbons, bassist and co-lead vocalist Dusty Hill, and drummer Frank Beard.

ZZ Top was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. As a group, ZZ Top possesses 11 gold records and 7 platinum (13 multi-platinum) records; their 1983 album, Eliminator, remains the group's most commercially successful record, selling over 10 million units. -Wikipedia
Billy Gibbons - vocals, guitar
Dusty Hill - bass, keyboards, vocals
Frank Beard - drums, percussion

From: Houston, Texas, United States
Genre(s): Blues rock, hard rock
Active From: 1969-present
Associated Acts: Moving Sidewalks, American Blues
Trademark: always pictured wearing sunglasses; chest-length beards.

Can't do it, simply cause underneath 'em is too ugly.

Sounds like the blues are composed of feeling, finesse, and fear.

“[Tonight and tomorrow night the band will wrap up its latest six-month jaunt at the Beacon Theater, its first appearance in New York City in a decade.] We're seeing the end of a lengthy, successful tour, ... and we decided we'd land it right smack dab at the center of the universe.”

“Rock 'n' roll and automobiles have always had this synergistic connection,”

“We've been coming out with you for a long time, ... And it's the same three guys playing the same three chords right here.”

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