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EARL SLICK - In Your Face - CD - **Mint Condition**
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@ CD EARL SLICK - IN YOUR FACE / METAL BLADE 1991 ORG / MELODIC DIRTY WHITE BOY
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EARL SLICK - In Your Face (1991 Metal Blade CD - 9 26699-2)
EARL SLICK - In Your Face (1991 Metal Blade CD - 9 26699-2)
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Earl Slick

In Your Face

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Category: Instrumental

Year: 1991

Label: Metal Blade

Catalog Number: CDZORRO 34

Average Rating: 65 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Personnel
Earl Slick All Guitars
Terry Bozzio Drums
Claude Pepper Drums
Kirk Alley Bass
Edgar Winter Alt Sax on "Slow Down Slicky"
Ron Young Vocals On "Manic Depression" & "A Change Is Gonna Come"
Patrick Shunk Piano, Hammond B-3 & Synthesizers, Bass on "Slow Down Slicky"
Jimmy Woods Blues Harp
Tracks
1.  In Your Face  3:39
2.  Pick 'N Shovel  3:53
3.  Surfer Junkie Dude  3:55
4.  Bottleneck  1:32
5.  Slow Down Slicky  4:21
6.  A Change Is Gonna Come  5:00  Cover: Sam Cooke
7.  Austin Boogie Blues  4:00
8.  Ghost Town  4:18
9.  Manic Depression  3:16  Cover: Jimi Hendrix
10.  Tank  4:48
11.  Across The River  1:20
12.  Howard Hughes  3:19
13.  Lullaby For A Redhead  3:43
  
Total Running Time:  47:04

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Aero Force Mike Date: January 10, 2005 at 12:29
Disappointing. I bought this when I read Ron Young sang on two songs, since I hoped this would reflect the strength of the writing and performance of the second Little Caesar album that Slick played on, though sadly it doesn't in the slightest. The two Young songs are lacklustre and the instrumentals themselves aren't particularly engaging... a couple sounding like background music to a cheap early 90's cop movie or something. 5.5/10

From: BIG-TIME Date: May 24, 2008 at 14:39
I agree with AFM! IMO this is bad the songs are pants and are just not catchy, the solos are not engaging basiclly don't get this...KEEP ROCKIN ALL!!!


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