Cruisin' Deuces

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All Music Guide - Thom Owens
Following the brief jazz departure of New York Stories, Danny Gatton returned to his blues and rock & roll roots with 1993's Cruisin' Deuces, which was essentially the follow-up to 1991's 88 Elmira St. Like that album, Cruisin' Deuces is peppered with stinging rockabilly leads and amazing country and blues licks. Gatton's skill was tasteful and lightning fast -- he could sound like two guitars playing simultaneously, but he never sounded cluttered or heavy-handed. And his guitar playing is the reason why you listen to Danny Gatton -- the occasional appearance of guest vocalists like Delbert McClinton and Rodney Crowell is just an annoyance. With its reliance on ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Thom Owens
Following the brief jazz departure of New York Stories, Danny Gatton returned to his blues and rock & roll roots with 1993's Cruisin' Deuces, which was essentially the follow-up to 1991's 88 Elmira St. Like that album, Cruisin' Deuces is peppered with stinging rockabilly leads and amazing country and blues licks. Gatton's skill was tasteful and lightning fast -- he could sound like two guitars playing simultaneously, but he never sounded cluttered or heavy-handed. And his guitar playing is the reason why you listen to Danny Gatton -- the occasional appearance of guest vocalists like Delbert McClinton and Rodney Crowell is just an annoyance. With its reliance on country-oriented material, Cruisin' Deuces isn't as diverse as his previous efforts, but it is no less impressive than its predecessors.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/18/1993
  • Label: Elektra / Wea
  • UPC: 075596146524
  • Catalog Number: 61465
  • Sales rank: 52,003

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Danny Gatton Primary Artist, Bass, Guitar, Steel Guitar, Vibes, 6-string bass, Lap Steel Guitar, 5-string Bass
Delbert McClinton Vocals
Rodney Crowell Vocals
Eluriel Tinker Barfield Bass
Timm Biery Percussion, Drums
Shannon Ford Percussion, Drums, Voices
Bill Holloman Piano, Trumpet, Keyboards, Hammond Organ, Saxophone, Vocals, Background Vocals, Vibes, Vocal Harmony
Tom Lepson Hammond Organ
J.T. Lewis Drums
James Lewis Vocals
John Previti Bass
Billy Windsor Guitar, Vocals
Ralph McDuffie Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Tommy Dildy Piano
Jay Monterose Hollers
Technical Credits
Danny Gatton Arranger, Producer
Ed Eastridge Engineer
John Hampton Engineer
Bill Holloman Arranger, Composer, Producer
Gordon Lewis Assistant Photographer
Timothy Olphie Producer, Contributor
Howie Weinberg Mastering
Billy Windsor Producer, Contributor
Howard Thompson Executive Producer
Sam Phillips Composer
Herman Parker Composer
Earle H. Hagen Composer
Norma Gatton Producer
Mario Sasvino Engineer
Bob Dawson Engineer
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