"Working Overtime" delivers more of the same righteous truth as Hole's debut album, "Short Fuse Blues". Jas Obrecht remarks in the liner notes, "He's never done hard-time in the hard scrabble American South or learned first-hand from a Delta bluesman, yet Dave Hole captures an utterly blues-approved sound. He specializes in original songs that mine deep urban veins, but has no trouble heating up difficult covers. His concert high points include a shredding "Purple Haze" on slide and -- far more difficult -- a harrowing "Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground" that's precise without losing the raw.) " "Working Overtime" features Hole's trademark overhand slide guitar technique, as he sprays a steely fire all over the strings.
|03:51||Nobody Hears Me Crying||Vocal|
|04:54||You Got To Reap Everything You Sow||Vocal|
|04:12||Mean Old Airplane||Vocal|
|05:00||Key To The Highway||Vocal|
|08:20||Up All Night Thinking||Vocal|
|02:49||I Can't Be Satisfied||Vocal|
|04:52||Crazy Kind Of Woman||Vocal|
|Dave Hole||Guitar, Vocals, Production|
|Rudy Miranda||Drums, Percussion|
|John Villani||Engineering, Mixing|
|Dr. Toby Mountain||Mastering|
|Gary Peters||Book Front and Inlay Photography|
|Tony Davidovsky||Inside Photography|
|Peter Cunningham||Art Direction|
|Matt Minde||Alligator Records Art Direction|
|David Forte||Alligator Records Art Direction|
|Jas Obrecht||Liner Notes|
|Recorded and mixed at Planet Studios, Perth, Australia.
Mastered at Northeastern Digital, Southborough, MA.