Gilby Clarke

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Capitalizing on his sudden shot to stardom as a member of the TV supergroup Rock Star: Supernova, Gilby Clarke cobbled together this eponymous 2007 release, a collection of highlights from Pawnshop Guitars, The Hangover, Rubber, and Swag, plus his Col. Parker band and its 2001 album, Rock n Roll Music, all given remixes that might not have really been needed. Thrown into the mix is a version of "Black" that has been re-recorded with Dilana, the ferocious finalist from Rock Star, which gives fans of the show an incentive they might need to check this out since Clarke's music doesn't sound all that much like the glammy, fizzy pop of Rock Star: Supernova. On his ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Capitalizing on his sudden shot to stardom as a member of the TV supergroup Rock Star: Supernova, Gilby Clarke cobbled together this eponymous 2007 release, a collection of highlights from Pawnshop Guitars, The Hangover, Rubber, and Swag, plus his Col. Parker band and its 2001 album, Rock n Roll Music, all given remixes that might not have really been needed. Thrown into the mix is a version of "Black" that has been re-recorded with Dilana, the ferocious finalist from Rock Star, which gives fans of the show an incentive they might need to check this out since Clarke's music doesn't sound all that much like the glammy, fizzy pop of Rock Star: Supernova. On his own, Clarke has always stuck pretty close to loose, ragged '70s rock, equal parts Stones and Faces tempered by a dose of Aerosmith, and he not only celebrates this in his sound but he romanticizes it with his songs. There are tunes about parties and hangovers, about "Punk Rock Pollution" and "Bourbon Street Blues," about being stuck in the "Tijuana Jail" and how if "It's Good Enough for Rock n' Roll" it's good enough for him. If Clarke doesn't really find a new way to come up with classic spins, his love of classic rock is plenty endearing, even if his results are uneven. He's just as likely to kick out generic bloozy L.A. metal or vaguely psychedelic glam pop think a less haunted, less flamboyant Weiland as he is to lay back and deliver giddy, loose rock & roll worthy of Ronnie Wood or Izzy Stradlin, and this comp showcases both sides. If the latter is stronger than the former -- songs like "Skin n' Bones," "Can't Get That Stuff," "Bourbon Street Blues," the Stonesy "Dropping Out," and "It's Good Enough for Rock n' Roll" aren't only better written, the performances are stronger -- he's still likable when he does heavier stuff because of that sincerity. Which is why his thin, plain voice is an attribute, not a detriment: it makes Gilby seem like your hometown barroom hero made good, makes him seem like a true believer. As the new "Black" proves, Dilana is a better singer, perhaps even a more charismatic singer, but Gilby is a better vocalist for his own stuff: he simply seems like somebody who loves rock & roll, and that love shines through his solo career even when the music doesn't click, as this good, accurate overview proves.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/30/2007
  • Label: Spitfire
  • UPC: 015095659224
  • Catalog Number: 6592

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Cure Me...or Kill Me (4:58)
  2. 2 Tijuana Jail (5:09)
  3. 3 Black - Dilana (3:01)
  4. 4 Skin N' Bones (3:19)
  5. 5 Wasn't Yesterday Great (2:48)
  6. 6 It's Good Enough for Rock N' Roll (3:14)
  7. 7 Punk Rock Pollution (2:31)
  8. 8 Kilroy Was Here (2:57)
  9. 9 Bourbon Street Blues (2:30)
  10. 10 Can't Get That Stuff (3:13)
  11. 11 Dropping Out (3:12)
  12. 12 I'm Nobody (2:49)
  13. 13 Alien (3:24)
  14. 14 Judgement Day (3:44)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Gilby Clarke Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Clem Burke Drums
Tracii Guns Guitar
Muddy Bass Guitar
Slim Jim Phantom Drums
Dizzy Reed Keyboards
Eric Singer Drums
Slash Guitar
Matt Sorum Drums
Marc Danzeisen Drums
Will Effertz Bass
James LoMenzo Bass
Ryan Roxie Guitar
Brian Tichy Drums
Brian Irving Drums
Mike Fasano Drums
Sandy Chila Drums
Roberta Freeman Vocals
Chad Stewart Drums
Dilana Vocals
Teddy Zig Zag Keyboards
Technical Credits
Gilby Clarke Producer, Audio Production
Glenn Meadows Mastering
Waddy Wachtel Producer, Audio Production
Jennifer Crigger Artwork
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