Boogie rock is a genre which came out of the hard heavy blues-rock of the late 1960s. It tends to feature a repetitive driving rhythm in place of instrumental experimentation found in the more progressive blues-rock bands of the period.
Boogie rockers concentrate on the groove, working a steady, chugging back beat, often in shuffle time. Boogie rock can be considered the upbeat form of blues-rock.
|Rank||Play||Loved||Artist and track name||Buy|
|1||ZZ Top — La Grange|
|2||ZZ Top — Tube Snake Boogie|
|3||ZZ Top — Cheap Sunglasses|
|4||Status Quo — Whatever You Want|
|5||Status Quo — Caroline|
|6||ZZ Top — Tush|
|7||Foghat — CHATEAU LAFITTE '59 BOOGIE|
|8||ZZ Top — Gimme All Your Lovin'|
|9||Status Quo — Down Down|
|10||ZZ Top — Velcro Fly|