Foghat – “Fool For The City” Album Cover Location

The album cover for Foghat's 1975 album "Fool For The City" was shot on 11th St. in New York.

The album cover for Foghat’s 1975 album “Fool For The City” was shot on 11th St. in New York.

East 11th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenue, New York, NY.

Fool For The City was the 5th album released by English rockers Foghat on September 15, 1975. The album is best known for the title track and the classic rock radio staple “Slow Ride.” The album cover shows drummer Roger Earl sitting in the middle of East 11th Street in New York City fishing in a manhole. The location was near Foghat’s American office. The album has been certified Platinum by the RIAA.

Required Listening:

  1.  Fool For The City
  2.  Slow Ride
  3.  Take It Or Leave It
  4.  My Babe
  5.  Save Your Loving (For Me)



The album cover for Foghat's "Fool For The City" featured drummer Roger Earl.

The album cover for Foghat’s “Fool For The City” featured drummer Roger Earl fishing in a manhole.

 

The location of Foghat's "Fool For The City" album cover photo.

The location of Foghat’s “Fool For The City” album cover photo.

 

The back album cover for Foghat's "Fool For The City" album.

The back album cover for Foghat’s “Fool For The City” album.

 

The location of Foghat's "Fool For The City" back album cover, also on 11th St. between 2nd & 3rd Ave

The location of Foghat’s “Fool For The City” back album cover, also on 11th St. between 2nd & 3rd Ave.

 

Foghat's "Fool For The City" back album cover location.

Foghat’s “Fool For The City” back album cover location.

 

Map of Foghat's "Fool For The City" album cover location.

Map of Foghat’s “Fool For The City” album cover location.