Well To The Bone
Scott Henderson's "Well To The Bone" is a guitar masterpiece where the guitar does the talking. True, five tracks feature the guest vocals of Wade Durham and Thelma Houston, but with six tracks running over six minutes, one track over seven minutes and one track over eight minutes, the insturmental portions of even the five vocal tracks dominate the release. The five instrumentals include "Hillbilly In The Band" (complete with dog barks), "Ashes", "Sultan's Boogie", "That Hurts", and the eight-plus minute closer "Rituals". Running the gamut from slinky Texas blues to harmonically adventurous forays into uncharted musical terrain, Henderson delivers his most impressive blues-oriented recording to date.
|05:06||Hillbilly In The Band||Instrumental|
|04:50||Well To The Bone||Vocal|
|06:54||Dat's Da Way It Go||Vocal|
|Scott Henderson||Guitar, Production, Mixing|
|Thelma Houston||Vocals on "Lola Fay", "Well To The Bone", "Dat's Da Way It Go"|
|Wade Durham||Vocals on "Lady P", "Devil Boy", "Dat's Da Way It Go"|
|Scott Kinsey||Electronic Percussion|
|Joachim Becker||Executive Production|
|Mike Varney||Executive Production|
|Mehdi Hassine||Engineering Assistance|
|Oscar Donez||Engineering Assistance|
|Cynthia Weckert||Engineering Assistance|
|Chad Carrier||Engineering Assistance|
|Doug Wingert||Engineering Assistance|
|Dave Stephens||Cover and Disc Label Design|
|Recorded at the Tommy Tedesco Studio at Musician's Institute, Hollywood, California.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC.
Artwork by Bob Design, Trier, Germany.