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Dancing on the Edge
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Album: Dancing on the Edge
# Song Title   Time
1)    Peter Gunn More Info...
2)    The Chokin' Kind More Info...
3)    Jungle Gym More Info...
4)    Drowning On Dry Land More Info...
5)    Petal To The Metal More Info...
6)    You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover More Info...
7)    Cream Of The Crop More Info...
8)    Beer Drinking Woman More Info...
9)    Whiplash More Info...
10)    Baby, Baby, Baby More Info...
11)    Matthew More Info...
 

Album: Dancing on the Edge
# Song Title   Time
1)    Peter Gunn More Info...
2)    The Chokin' Kind More Info...
3)    Jungle Gym More Info...
4)    Drowning On Dry Land More Info...
5)    Petal To The Metal More Info...
6)    You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover More Info...
7)    Cream Of The Crop More Info...
8)    Beer Drinking Woman More Info...
9)    Whiplash More Info...
10)    Baby, Baby, Baby More Info...
11)    Matthew More Info...
 
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  • Personnel: Roy Buchanan (vocals, guitar); Delbert McClinton (vocals); Donald Kinsey (guitar); Stan Szelest (keyboards); Larry Exum (bass); Morris Jennings (drums).
  • Producers: Roy Buchanan, Bruce Iglauer, Dick Shurman.
  • Recorded at Streeterville Studios, Chicago, Illinois.
  • The wild and wooly, no-holds-barred version of Henry Mancini's "Peter Gunn" that opens this album reminds that Roy Buchanan is not your average blues-rock axeslinger. With a dazzling arsenal of chops and a tone that can, alternately, slice through granite and float like cumulous clouds, Buchanan's standing as a masterful technician seems to grow with each successive release, and DANCING ON THE EDGE is no exception.
  • The six instrumental and five vocal tracks here (featuring Texas R&B institution Delbert McClinton), though steeped in traditional blues, push at the limitations of the genre. For example, there's the ear-shattering jump country of "Petal to the Metal" and the expansive surf jam "Jungle Gym." DANCING rocks harder than most of Buch's releases, with the guitarist's sizzling six-stringery (check out the barrelhouse acid boogie of "Whiplash") backed by a crack studio band and McClinton's raw singing (check out "You Can't Judge a Book By the Cover"). Buchanan fans and worshippers of the blues guitar won't be disappointed by this one.
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