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Ue ay A 0 y é rs Se AU GL eRe ae Ro PTE TAAL et" STEM aT hy 1,611 eae er BETTENCOURT ee, Tn DLeil caernintueed Notes From The Undergroun ty Best we way Oo wy Cala After years of laboring in relative obscurity, the brilliant DANNY GATTON emerges in the sunlight with his first major label release. 'S Redneck Ja or the more recent Unfinished Busine oduct. What 's Danny Gatton has ound gui nan who seemed to relish his ob-_ GATTON: It's just a seurity, But nove the secret is out, With the can I say? The recording and mixing tech: ebut, 88 Elmira niqui ‘on this one just didn’t exist a ‘onhishome turf around the Street (Elektra), Gatton’s incredible chops, the time of Redneck Jazz. The playing on BY BILL MILKOWSKI Bar iee psat 20 9 cena bonatide under reclus for years. Those in the kni {dowin his obscure records and followed him release of his major label us hington D.C. area. He impeccable technique, bluespower, Unfinished Business is fine but it's just not tats with an serious swing, uncanny versatility and irre” recorded as well asthe new one. Let's face te Roy Buchanan, Butfor —pressible sense of humor will at last be ap- it, thisisa very competitive business. Ifyou some reason, Danny never experienced the preciated by the guitar community atlarge. want something that’s going to be competi 4, albeit briefly, by ation and the world—a meeting long tive, it's gotta sound competitive. And Buchanan, He seemed content to play the overdue that's gonna cost you. This album doesn J circuit, make an occasional trip to New sound like an independent record 2 York and continue releasing albums on @UITARWORLD: Sonically speaking, what's 6WsInthat context, isthere anything in par 2 NRG, his own indeps | the difference between this new album and cular that distinguishes it from the pre DANNY GATTON vious albums? GATTON: Bass and drums, for one thing—