CD Cruisin' Deuces (CD 392796), Audio Other
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Cruisin' Deuces


  • 1. Funhouse
    2. Sun Medley: Mystery Train / My Baby Left Me / That's All Right
    3. Harlem Nocturne
    4. Thirteen Women
    5. Sky King
    6. Beat of the Night
    7. So Good
    8. It Doesn't Matter Anymore -(W/Rodney Crowell)
    9. Puddin' and Pie
    10. Tragedy
    11. Cruisin' Deuce
    12. Satisfied Mind
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 61465

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Personnel: Danny Gatton (electric & lap steel guitars, vibraphone, five & six-string basses); Billy Windsor (vocals, guitar); Delbert McClinton, Rodney Crowell, James Lewis (vocals); Bill Holloman (saxophone, trumpet, piano, Hammond B-3 organ, vibraphone, background vocals); Ralph McDuffie (alto & tenor saxophones); Tommy Dildy (piano); Tommy Lepson (Hammond B-3 organ); John Previti, Tinker Barfield (bass); Shannon Ford, Tim Biery (drums, percussion); J.T. Lewis (drums); Jay Monterose (background vocals).
    Producers: Danny Gatton, Billy Windsor, Norma Gatton, Tim Olphie.
    Engineers: Ed Eastridge, Bob Dawson, Mario Sasvino.
    Recorded at Big Mo Studios, Wheaton, Maryland; Bias, Springfield, Virginia; Sorcerer Studios, New York.
    CRUISIN' DEUCES was guitarist-extraordinaire Danny Gatton's second album for Elektra. Sadly, it was also his final record, as he committed suicide the year after its release. Like its predecessor, 88 ELMIRA ST, this album is a fine introduction to an amazing instrumentalist's broad approach to the guitar.
    Gatton's style melds swing, rockabilly, jazz, blues, and country into a nicely flowing whole, aided by a fine sense of pacing. His playing can be fiery or heartbreakingly lyrical. One can't help but be moved by the gorgeous guitar and lap-steel melodies of "Tragedy." Gatton is backed primarily by his regular quartet, but the set is also sprinkled with dazzling guest appearances--including a vocal turn by Rodney Crowell on "It Doesn't Matter Anymore."

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (5/28/93, p.56) - "...Danny Gatton lets his stunning electric-guitar chops loose on a barroom collection of R&B, rockabilly, and blues..." - Rating: B
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