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Tres Hombres (Expanded Edition) [Remastered]


Download links and information about Tres Hombres (Expanded Edition) [Remastered] by ZZ Top. This album was released in 1973 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 44:52 minutes.

Artist: ZZ Top
Release date: 1973
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 13
Duration: 44:52
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No. Title Length
1. Waitin' for the Bus 2:53
2. Jesus Just Left Chicago 3:30
3. Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers 3:25
4. Master of Sparks 3:29
5. Hot, Blue and Righteous 3:17
6. Move Me On Down the Line 2:31
7. Precious and Grace 3:09
8. La Grange 3:50
9. Sheik 4:06
10. Have You Heard? 3:14
11. Waitin' for the Bus (Live) 2:41
12. Jesus Just Left Chicago (Live) 4:03
13. La Grange (Live) 4:44



When at the peak of their powers, ZZ Top are the tightest blues-rock band on the planet, as the airtight groove of the John Lee Hooker-like boogie of “La Grange” confidently attests. There’s a reason why ZZ guitarist Billy Gibbons is regularly featured in guitar magazines. His enviable tone, his spare, concise rhythms and his heavily melodic ideas — copped from ancient bluesmen, the Rolling Stones and Duane Allman, for starters — transform ZZ Top from a Texas bar band into serious rock arena contenders. Bassist Frank Beard and drummer Dusty Hill are joined at the backbeat and it’s pure excitement to hear them move in lockstep throughout their third album, the classic Tres Hombres. Bill Ham’s production is an unadorned beauty, barely using even reverb to embellish the group’s elemental sound. This live vibe brings an intimate urgency to the standard blues stomp of “Have You Heard?” and the extra funk of “Sheik,” while providing a stark, dry as desert drama to landmark tunes such as “Jesus Just Left Chicago” and “Move Me on Down the Line.” The expanded edition adds three live cuts that show the band in slightly looser form.