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MessageSujet: Freddie Salem & The Wild Cats   Mer 6 Mar - 20:47

Freddie Salem & The Wild Cats 'Cat Dance'

CANDY165 / He may not be internationally well known but Freddie Salem
is one of the most impressive American rock guitarists to have emerged
in the 1980s. As a member of Southern guitar gods the Outlaws, Freddie
injected feisty guitar pyrotechnics into the band's most commercially
successful albums like 'Ghost Riders' and 'Los Hombres Malos', before
cutting loose to record a solo album. This was his debut, and so far
only, solo album, recorded for the Epic (Sony) label in 1982 and it
showcased Freddie in valedictory mood, looking to spread his wings with
various shades of guitar-fuelled mayhem. Self-produced and recorded in
New York City, the album captured a healthy mixture of Manhattan's manic
pace whilst still boasting a Southern rock tinge, proving that you can
take the man out of the country but you can't take the country out of
the man. 'Cat Dance' is a fine album indeed, boasting a healthy
selection of solid and memorable hard rock tracks and blessed with
lashings of Freddie's blistering guitar work, including hip thrusting
riffs and lightning fast solos. Released just as SONY laid off half of
their US staff in a frantic cost cutting exercise, the album failed to
make a commercial impact and was left to find its own audience.�
24-bit remastering from original source tapes, 3,500 word essay about
the making of the album, new interview with Freddie Salem, enhanced
artwork and previously unseen photos all spread out over a 12 page full
colour booklet.
Track Listing: 1. Dark Horizon/London Town 2. Open
My Eyes 3. Long Gone 4. Sunset
(Second Chance) 5. Got The Feelin' 6.
Evil For Evil 7. Rock N Roll Woman 8. Monica.



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