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CD Reviews
Hot Shot
Review by Gary Hill
You kind of know what you are going to get when you put on a Pat Travers CD.

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Retro Rocket
Review by Gary Hill
This album finds Pat Travers leaning back toward his 1970s style.

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Swing!
Review by Gary Hill
Pat Travers is best known for bluesy, guitar-based hard rock. We get some of that influence here.

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DVD Reviews
Pat Travers - Live At Rockpalast: Cologne 1976 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I always love it when DVDs include an audio CD of the show. That makes it more versatile. 

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Shirley King is known as the Daughter of the Blues. That’s because B.B. King was her father.
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I’ve always been a big fan of the Doors.


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Travers & Appice - Live DVD
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Anybody remember the power trio? Well, have to say that I do, and I generally found that when a power trio was on - they rocked!
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Travers & Appice - Pat Travers and Carmine Appice – The Balls Album
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This hard rocking album really works pretty well. There is nothing here that’s entirely unique or original in terms of songwriting.


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Eli Cook - Primitive Son
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I know Eli Cook is considered in some ways a blues artist.


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Randy Pratt sure seems to get involved in a lot of cool projects. His bands are always quality operations, too.


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Carmine Appice - Ultimate Guitar Zeus
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An album like this could be a tricky venture. Essentially the concept is a series of songs with the same basic core band.
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