Break It All Down
Richie Kotzen as guitarist and songwriter is what you'll find on his 2000 release, "Break It All Down". You'll find a wealth of sounds on the CD from melodic, bluesy material to honest rock and roll in reminiscent of the Rolling Stones or the Black Crows. Of course, you get Kotzen's superb guitar work, and he handles all vocals and production (Richie Zito does help on production on one track). Highlights on "Break It All Down" include the bluesy, Vaughan-like soloing of "I Don't Belong", "Live A Little", the haunting "Some Voodoo" and "The Feelin's Gone". Essential listening for fans of this many-faceted recording artist.
|04:03||Break It All Down||Vocal|
|05:08||The Feelin's Gone||Vocal|
|04:19||Too Don't Know||Vocal|
|04:13||Live A Little||Vocal|
|04:24||I Don't Belong||Vocal|
|04:42||I'll Be Around||Vocal|
|Richie Kotzen||Guitar, Bass, All Other Instruments, Production|
|Richie Zito||Production, Bass, Keyboards and Additional Rhythm Guitar on "My Addiction"|
|Doyle Bramhall||Backing Vocal, Acoustic Guitar, Drums, Bass, End Lead Trade Off Left Side and Additional Rhythm Guitars on "The Feelin's Gone"|
|Troy Lush||Wurlitzer Piano on "Some Voodoo"|
|Matt Luneau||Background Vocals on "I Would"|
|Lole Diro||Engineering, Mixing|
|Dexter Smittle||Engineering, Mixing|
|Recorded and mixed at Zeno Quent.
Mastered at Hop Mastering Lab in Lebanon, Pennsylvania.