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Album Review

The title of this CD is accurate, as this live date — recorded at Washington D.C.'s Adam's Rib on April 27, 1984 (but not released for the first time until 21 years later) — is full of explosive fire. The legendary Danny Gatton and Tom Principato had complementary guitar styles, open to jazz, electric blues, and country. With stimulating backup from keyboardist Mike Sucher (who often achieves the sound of an organ), bassist John Previti, and drummer Robbie Magruder, the two guitarists dig into blues, passionate pop/rock, and even "Harlem Nocturne" (a feature for Gatton), all of it having the spirit of adventurous jazz. While Principato has four vocals along the way, the emphasis is very much on the guitarists, who are at their best when they are interacting with each other. This is consistently exciting music.

Customer Reviews

Great Live Danny

Love this version of "Rumble"! It's SO Danny!

Two Tele's Are Better Than One!

This is the second pairing of two guitar legends—Mr. Tom Principato and fellow Washington D.C., area resident, guitarist-extraordinaire Danny Gatton. I grew up watching both men rip it up in the bars of Georgetown, and their recordings are some of the finest guitar work ever laid down. This outing is no different with a sampling of Danny’s fast finger technique and Tom’s virtuoso chops. This is Roots Rock-n-Roll with a D.C. edge. So, sit back and let the music carry you away—nobody does it better than these two gentlemen.


Born: September 4, 1945 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Guitar virtuoso Danny Gatton was known for the incredibly wide stylistic range of his playing; based in rockabilly, Gatton's musical vocabulary included R&B, pop, country, rock, and jazz, all of which he could play effectively. Gatton began playing at age nine, joining his first band, the Lancers, three years later. In 1960, Gatton pursued a jazz direction when he joined the Offbeats, where pianist/organist Dick Heintze proved to be one of Gatton's biggest influences. The band broke up four years...
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