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What's Good for You


Download links and information about What's Good for You by Treat Her Right. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Blues, Rock genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 32:13 minutes.

Artist: Treat Her Right
Release date: 1991
Genre: Blues, Rock
Tracks: 11
Duration: 32:13
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No. Title Length
1. Rhythm and Booze 2:52
2. I Wish You Would 2:50
3. From a Buick 6 2:53
4. Tease Me 3:37
5. I'm Here to Get My Baby out of Jail 2:02
6. Red Yellow (What's Good for You) 2:44
7. Jet Black 3:15
8. Standing by Your Window 3:09
9. The Same Thing 3:46
10. Factory Girl 2:52
11. Come Back 2:13



Treat Her Right hails from Boston, but the blues-rock and bluesy rock offered on What's Good for You sounds more like something one would hear in an out-of-the-way bar in Chicago. There's nothing even remotely slick about this CD, which is as gritty as it is heartfelt. From the Rolling Stones' "Factory Girl" to John Lee Hooker's "Tease Me" and Willie Dixon's "The Same Thng" Treat Her Right sounds like a very unpolished bar band — and therein lies its strength. This is a band that obviously thrives on rawness, and uses it to its advantage. What's Good for You is never innovative or groundbreaking, but always honest and captivating.