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Stevie Salas Colorcode

The Electric Pow Wow

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Category: Funk Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Aquarius Records

Catalog Number: Q2-572

Average Rating: 77 / 100 (5 ratings)

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Personnel
Stevie Salas guitar, vocals
Sass Jordan vocals
Bernard Fowler vocals
T.M Stevens bass
Brian Tichy drums
Tony Celebrini percussion
Los Unity Horns horns
Rick Neilsen guitar
Zakk Wylde guitar
Phil Soussan bass
Randy Castillo drums
Glenn Hughes vocals
Rei Atsumi mellotron
Carmine Rojas bass
Tal Bergman drums, percussion
Richie Kotzen guitar, vocals, piano
Jeff Paris organ
Gary Mudbone Cooper vocals
Ralph Battle bass
Allen Kamai bass
Winston A Watson Jr. drums
David Friendly percussion
Vince Ruby vocals
Donna McDaniel background vocals
Roberta Freeman background vocals
Tom Petersson bass
Matt Sorum drums
C.J De Viller bass
Slim Jim Phantom drums
Rikki Rockett maracas
Tracks
1.  The Grooveline    Cover: Heatwave
2.  Too Many Mountains  
3.  I Was Made to Love Her    Cover: Stevie Wonder
4.  I Dont Want To Be With Nobody But You    Cover: Dorothy Moore
5.  I Dont Want to Waste Your Time  
6.  Good to Your Earhole    Cover: Funkadelic
7.  Trail of Tears  
8.  Little Things  
9.  Too Rolling Stoned    Cover: Robin Trower
10.  Wild Ride  
11.  You Cant Judge a Book    Cover: Bo Diddley
12.  Teenage Love Affair    Cover: Rick Derringer
13.  Dodo    Cover: David Bowie
14.  Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family    Cover: David Bowie

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: April 5, 2004 at 8:33
This is one seriously cool album. Its kinda like one big jam session with all Stevies friends coming round to play on various cover songs (and a few originals). Stevie Salas is one of the most over looked guitarists in rock music today!

From: Date: June 21, 2004 at 16:12
Does anybody have a copy of Stevie Salas Electric Pow Wow? I'd like to buy this disk. How's the tracks with Zakk Wylde? Send inquiries to: ehetnar@musician.org Thanks!

From: Adam Blackheart Date: September 6, 2004 at 6:30
holy holy shit, what's that??? Electric Pow Wow MUST be great!!!I want it, and I want it NOW!!!

From: Troy Date: December 7, 2004 at 11:43
I still pull this out. Got it right after it was released. A bit of everything on this one and great guitar all the way through. Definately an album that crys 'with a little help from my friends.' This is quite the all star cast. If you are into guitar or funk rock, you need this album. Highly recommended.

From: halfordhughes Date: April 25, 2011 at 11:28
I Was Made to Love Her is best track of the album!


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