Paul Gilbert/Jimi Kidd
Raw Blues Power
Guitarist Paul Gilbert has sold over three million records in the United States stemming from his brilliant work with Racer X, Mr. Big and as a solo artist. On "Raw Blues Power", Gilbert showcases his diversity of playing and writing in conjunction with Chicago blues legend (and Gilbert's uncle) Jimi Kidd. Long known as one of the top shredders in the business, Gilbert returns to his blues rock roots in this dual guitar showdown revealing two formidable guitarists bearing their chops over classic rock/blues jammers. Recall the days of 70's blues rockers Robin Trower, Frank Marino, Johnny Winter and ZZ Top and you won't be disappointed with this blues rock free for all.
|03:00||Pacific Coast Highway||Vocal|
|03:50||12 Days Of The Blues||Vocal|
|Paul Gilbert||Guitar, Vocals, Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Jimi Kidd||Guitar, Vocals|
|Kate Gilbert||Additional Photography, Cruise Director|
|Harry Freemantle||Art Direction|
|Recorded at Batgirl Studio in Las Vegas on July 8-11, 2001.
Mastered at Futuredisc Systems.