Slamdunk

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All Music Guide - Pemberton Roach
A Henry Lee Summer album in 1993 could only be a fish out of water. A slick Bryan Adams/Michael Stanley-style heartland rocker who holds the dubious and undisputed title of "all-time most popular entertainer in Indiana," Summer in some ways represents the antithesis of alternative rock and grunge even more than the hair metal bands. Though possessing a powerhouse sandpaper voice that at times sounds strikingly like the great Steve Marriott, the feathered mullet-sporting singer has always unfortunately seemed to fall just outside of the "still considered cool" zone inhabited by stylistically similar artists like Bob Seger and John Mellencamp. Slamdunk is fairly typical ...
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All Music Guide - Pemberton Roach
A Henry Lee Summer album in 1993 could only be a fish out of water. A slick Bryan Adams/Michael Stanley-style heartland rocker who holds the dubious and undisputed title of "all-time most popular entertainer in Indiana," Summer in some ways represents the antithesis of alternative rock and grunge even more than the hair metal bands. Though possessing a powerhouse sandpaper voice that at times sounds strikingly like the great Steve Marriott, the feathered mullet-sporting singer has always unfortunately seemed to fall just outside of the "still considered cool" zone inhabited by stylistically similar artists like Bob Seger and John Mellencamp. Slamdunk is fairly typical Henry Lee, with it's huge L.A.-type production, fist-pounding rockers, sensitive Michael Bolton-esque ballads, and over-emotive vocals. Though he's obviously got loads of talent, it's almost as if the guy takes all the best elements of Meat Loaf, the Faces, and Lynyrd Skynyrd, puts them all in a blender bought at Wal-Mart, and then chops and dices every last ounce of flavor and originality out of them. In the end, the whole thing comes out just as bland as a Hardees breakfast menu. It's a real shame, 'cause Henry Lee Summer truly knows how to rock out a few tunes on Slamdunk are pretty ferocious, especially "The Boys and Girls Are Doin' It". It would be interesting to see what he could do with a set of less cliché-ridden tunes and a band that isn't afraid to make a few mistakes.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/10/1993
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074645272122
  • Catalog Number: 52721

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Henry Lee Summer Primary Artist, Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Keyboards, Background Vocals
Earl Slick Guitar
Vaneese Thomas Background Vocals
Robert Bailey Vocals
Kevin Bents Keyboards
Jack Daley Bass
Peter Denenberg Guitar
Kirk Eberhard Bass
Kim Fleming Vocals, Background Vocals
Vicki Hampton Vocals, Background Vocals
Anthony Krizan Guitar
Frankie La Rocka Percussion, Drums
Stan Lynch Percussion, Drums
Dale Oliver Guitar
Michael Organ Drums
Rory Young Synthesizer
Robert Bailey Jr. Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Henry Lee Summer Arranger, Composer, Producer
Bill Deaton Engineer
Peter Denenberg Producer, Engineer
Derrick Garrett Engineer
Ted Jensen Mastering
Frankie La Rocka Producer, Engineer
Patrick MacDougall Engineer
Brian Malouf Engineer
F. Miller & J. Barry Composer
Dale Oliver Arranger
D. Warren Composer
Rory Young Programming
Mark Burdett Art Direction
Frank Ockenfels Cover Photo
Hans Neleman Cover Photo
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