Don't Feed The Alligators
Pat Travers has been at the forefront of the American blues/rock scene for over two decades now. Travers' eighth and greatest Blues Bureau International CD, "Don't Feed The Alligators", contains high energy, blistering rock/blues guitar renditions of such classics as Steely Dan's "Black Friday", Jimi Hendrix' "Crosstown Traffic", ZZ Top's "I'm Bad, "I'm Nationwide," Little Feat's "Spanish Moon," Leon Russell's "Delta Lady" and others. "Don't Feed The Alligators" also features Tommy Calton on guitar, Larry Jacoby on bass and Liberty DeVitto on drums.
|03:34||I Can Hear You Calling||Vocal|
|06:11||I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know||Vocal|
|06:15||Don't Change Horses||Vocal|
|04:31||I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide||Vocal|
|04:23||Nothing Is Easy||Vocal|
|Pat Travers||Guitar, Vocals, Production|
|Doug Bare||Keyboards, Vocals, Engineering|
|Tommy Calton||Guitar, Nylon String Guitar on Track #6|
|Monica Travers||Backing Vocals|
|Dave Stephens||Graphic Design|
|Recorded at Doug Bare Studio & SL Productions in Orlando, Florida, 9/99 - 10/99.
Mastered at Spark Mastering, CA.