Legendary guitarist Pat Traver's "Blues Tracks" is a potent collection of classy tunes originally recorded by legends such as Willie Dixon, Ray Charles, and Johnny Winter. From super shuffles to slow blues, all are set apart from others by Traver's gutsy approach. Guesting on "Statesboro Blues" is the fret wizard Michael Lee Firkins, while Little John Chrisley adds a mean harmonica solo to "I Can't Quit You " and "Mystery Train". "Blues Tracks" - the first of a long string of muscular blues releases by Travers, who puts his flair and flavor to these great songs.
|04:45||Calling Card Blues||Vocal|
|04:50||I Can't Quit You||Vocal|
|03:27||I've Got News For You||Vocal|
|03:27||I Ain't Superstitious||Vocal|
|03:15||Built For Comfort||Vocal|
|03:39||Just Got Paid||Vocal|
|04:26||Sitting On Top Of The World||Vocal|
|Pat Travers||Lead, Rhythm and Slide Guitar, Vocals, Production, Arrangements|
|Little John Chrisley||Harmonica on "I Can't Quit You" and "Mystery Train"|
|Michael Lee Firkins||Lead Guitar Solo on "Just Got Paid" and Harmony Solo, Intro Solo, First Verse Lead Fills and Lead Solo after First Verse on "Statesboro Blues"|
|Mike Varney||Production, Arrangements|
|Steve Fontano||Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Ross Pelton||Front Cover Photography|
|Pat Johnson||Back Cover Photography|
|Annie Calef||Art Direction, Graphic Design|
|Recorded and mixed at Prairie Sun Studios, Cotati, CA.
Mastered at Rocket Lab, San Francisco, CA.