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Such A Doll - The Earl Slick Band - Razor Sharp (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Listen free to The Earl Slick Band – Razor Sharp (It's All Right, Post Yourself Home and more). 9 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at urotlitatiternworlnisttinhumugest.xyzinfo
  2. Sep 24,  · From the Earl Slick Band's Razor Sharp (). The song is written and sung by Jimmie Mack, who also shines on some killer rhythm guitar work. Slick (lead guitar) Gene Leppik (Bass) and Bryan Maday.
  3. "Razor Sharp" is a good rockin' 70's album. My favorite track is "Dead Man's Ransom" and I still play that track a urotlitatiternworlnisttinhumugest.xyzinfo singer's name is Jimmy Mack and after he split with Slick Band he made 3 albums that are up there with my all time favorites.
  4. Earl Slick came to fame as David Bowie s guitarist on the Diamond Dogs album and went on to play with artists such as Leo Sayer and Ian Hunter, as well as playing on John Lennon s Double Fantasy album. These two albums first appeared in the late 70 s. Slick went back to Bowie in the mid 80 s, and again in Digitally remastered/5(3).
  5. What Razor Sharp is, is a mean and tough, sinewy and muscular album of powerful Hard Rock without a flaw or a single misstep. Earl Slick's powerful, flexible, firestorm Guitar lines scintillate throughout this album and are set off perfectly by rock solid Drumming and Basslines.
  6. Nov 08,  · Slick explained: “Me and Jim were friends for years and we had a band in the States for a while. A record producer by the name of John Alcock – he produced Thin Lizzy records and my Razor Sharp record with the Earl Slick Band – got me and Jim hooked up.
  7. Tracklist with lyrics of the album EARL SLICK BAND/RAZOR SHARP [] of Earl Slick: Star of the Street - Heaven Couldn't Find - Sho'nuff - Burnt Love -.
  8. ALBUM: Razor Sharp () MVC Rating: /$$ I remember exactly why I got this record but not where. Earl Slick played guitars on one of my all time favorite albums, Tonio K’s ‘Life in the Foodchain.’ The wall of guitar sound on songs like the title song are amazing.

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