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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Scott Ellison 2008 Ice Storm

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:46:24
Size: 106,06 MB

United States

review by Greg Prato

Hailing from Tulsa, OK, singer/guitarist Scott Ellison can sing and solo with the best of the blues-rockers circa the early 21st century, and 2008's Ice Storm certainly proves this fact. As with most of the artists on the Earwig label, Ellison isn't afraid to merge his blues-rock with horn accompaniments, and the end result is certain to please fans of the genre. Standout tracks include the horn/guitar solo smorgasbord known as "Big Blue Car," the slightly funky-ish "Pride," and the blues shuffle "Cadillac Woman," as well as the speedy instrumental title track. Although he's been on the music scene since the '70s, there's no question that Ellison has certainly hit his groove on Ice Storm.


01 - Steamin' 03:29

02 - Big Blue Car 04:17

03 - Pride 03:19

04 - 4th Of July 04:22

05 - King Of The Blues 03:23

06 - Keys To My Heart 04:16

07 - I'm In Trouble 04:50

08 - Cadillac Woman 03:19

09 - Who Will Be The Fool 04:08

10 - Why'd Ya Lie To Me 03:13

11 - Ice Storm (Instrumental) 03:11

12 - Where You Stand With Me 04:37

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