Steel On Steel

Dave Hole

Steel On Steel

More jaw dropping, over-the-top slide guitar. "Blistering...relentless slide strafes and searing single-line solos...comes at you so hard you'll barely have time to catch your breath"--GUITAR PLAYER

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1. Wildfire 4:27
2. Quicksand 4:30
3. Counting My Regrets 5:09
4. Killing Bite 3:52
5. Take Me To Chicago 3:50
6. I Won't Leave 5:17
7. Worry 4:37
8. I Found Love 4:38
9. Going Down 3:43
10. One Last Breath 3:41
11. Hook, Line & Sinker 3:53
12. Cold Rain 3:20
13. Blues Will Call Your Name 4:02

All songs by Dave Hole (Dave Hole Music, admin. by Eyeball Music, BMI) except Going Down by Don Nix (Irving Music, BMI)

Guitar, Vocals: Dave Hole
Keyboards: Bob Patient
Drums: Rudy Miranda
Bass: John Wilson

Produced by Jim Gaines
Engineered by John Villani
Assistant Engineer: Les Williams
Mixed by John Villani and Jim Gaines
Recorded & Mixed at Planet Studios, Perth, Western Australia
Mastered by Jay O'Rourke at Monsterdisc, Chicago, Illinois

Cover Design by Steve Back & Tony Williams
Photography by Gary Peters

Many thanks to:  Bruce Iglauer, Nora Kinnally, Jay Septoski, Marc Lipkin and all our other fabulous friends at Alligator.

Our Provogue "family"- Jan, Sarien, Henk and Maurice, Bill Eeg, Kerry Fitzgerald, Martyn Smith, Graeme Dalziell and all at Festival Records, Rik van der Velde, Rob Formentin of Formentin Guitars, Rick Eastman, Leslie Hinton, Reg Zar, John Goldsmith of Kosmic Sounds, Lindsay Wells, Cliff Blackburn, Barry Newton, John Johnstone, Richie Pavledis, Howie Johnstone, Warren Daley, Robert van Ommen, Tom Gold, Ashley Cross, Raimund Tillman, Jon Vyner, Ralf Herff and Folkert Koopmans of Scorpio, Michael Cohen, Warren Cross and Lorraine Smith, Ken and Denise at Planet, Didier Lambert, Thomas Helwig, Erich and Gabi Camerzind, Alan Buckland, Sue Carter, Sue Bonnici, Marcelle Bahr, Rebecca Ryan, The Atterton Upson and Glendinning families, Peter Woodward, Damien Ward, Hans Deberitz, Howard Shawcross, Wayne Pethrick, Brady Drums, Yamaha Australia, and Zildjian Cymbals.

In memory of Derek Wilson