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Storm Warning [Tinsley Ellis]


  • 1. To the Devil for a Dime
    2. Cut You Loose
    3. Quitter Never Wins, A
    4. Panhead
    5. Next Miss Wrong, The
    6. Early in the Morning
    7. When I Howl
    8. Side Tracked
    9. Wanted Man
    10. Sun Is Shining, The
    11. Bush Doctor
    12. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 4823

  • Credits
    ProducerEddie Offord
    EngineerEddie Offord

    Personnel: Tinsley Ellis (guitar, vocals, maracas), Oliver Wood (guitar, background vocals), Derek Trucks (slide guitar), Albey Scholl (harmonica), Chuck Leavell (organ, piano), James Ferguson (bass), Stuart Grimes (drums, background vocals), Count M'Butu (percussion).
    Recorded at Triclops Sound Studios, Atlanta, Georgia.
    Personnel: Tinsley Ellis (vocals, guitar, maracas); Oliver Wood (guitar, background vocals); Derek Trucks (slide guitar); Albey Scholl (harmonica); Chuck Leavell (piano, organ); Stuart Grimes (drums, background vocals); Count Mbutu (percussion).
    Recording information: Triclops Sound Studios, Atlanta, GA.
    Photographers: Alex Pilson; Flournoy Holmes.
    Unknown Contributor Role: Count M'Butu-Per.
    A powerful blues guitarist and an excellent vocalist, Tinsley Ellis dominates his fourth Alligator CD as a leader. His backup band (guitarist Oliver Wood, bassist James Ferguson, drummer Stuart Gibson and occasional organist/pianist Stuart Grimes) does a fine job of inspiring the leader, while slide guitarist Derek Trucks and Albey Scholl on harmonica make notable guest appearances. While Ellis often plays quite passionately and hints at rock, he also performs an occasional quieter piece that shows his more traditional and introspective side. There is plenty of spirit on this generally rousing set. ~ Scott Yanow

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (10/6/94) - 3.5 Stars - Good - "...Ellis' vocals have never seemed smokier. But it's on guitar that his eloquence dazzles..."
    Living Blues (1-2/95, p.102) - "...This set documents the continuing development of his unabashedly macho musical persona....a far better singer than most guitar stars..."
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