Footage from the J. Geils Band's 1979 appearance on Germany's long-running Rockpalast series is finally scheduled to reach American shores on Feb. 24.

Titled House Party Live in Germany, the 14-track set will be released on DVD and CD as well as digital audio, and offers a cross section of hits and fan favorites from the pre-'80s era of the band's classic catalog, including "One Last Kiss" and "Whammer Jammer" -- and "Teresa," which we're premiering.

"Teresa" -- which you can watch above -- was originally recorded for 1978's Sanctuary LP, and highlights the more sensitive side of a band mostly known for its way with up-tempo ravers — not to mention showcasing the range and soulful delivery of frontman Peter Wolf.

House Party Live in Germany's release comes during a time of heightened catalog activity for the J. Geils Band, arriving just a couple of weeks before the group's 1973 album Bloodshot is scheduled to receive the reissue treatment. As previously reported, this edition — which comes courtesy of Real Gone Music — reproduces the first pressings of the record, complete with red vinyl and a ‘50s-style Atlantic Records label.

The group, which has been touring lately without its namesake guitarist, recently completed a run of shows with Bob Seger. Check out the complete track listing for House Party Live in Germany below.

J. Geils Band, House Party Live in Germany Track Listing
"Jus’ Can’t Stop Me"
"I Could Hurt You"
"One Last Kiss"
"Wild Man"
"Looking for a Love"
"Give It to Me"
"Whammer Jammer"
"Ain’t Nothing But a House Party"
"Where Did Our Love Go"
"Pack Fair and Square"
"First I Look at the Purse"

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