Something To Say
Reviewer Chris Galambos on Richie Kotzen's CD, "Listening to "Something To Say" is like seeing a new friend that you haven't seen for a long time. All of the music is instantly recognizable and highly enjoyable. Richie's phrasing is superb, his tone is buttery smooth and his bluesy vocals are rich and full of lyrical content." Previously available only in Japan, "Something To Say" finds Kotzen enlisting heavyweight drummer Atma Anur, giving the tracks the extra dynamic punch you'd expect from this talented musician. Straight ahead rock and solid grooves trade track time with introspective ballads such as "Aberdine" and "Bitter End" - in short, something for every rock fan.
|04:12||Something To Say||Vocal|
|04:04||What Makes A Man||Vocal|
|03:35||The Bitter End||Vocal|
|04:56||Let Me In||Vocal|
|Richie Kotzen||Guitar, Bass, Drums on "Turned Out", "Ready" and "Holy Man", Piano, All Vocals, Wurlitzer Piano, Production, Arrangement|
|Kim Bullard||Hammond B3 Organ on "Bitter End", "Let Me In" and "Aberdine", Melotron on "Aberdine"|
|Arlan Schierbaum||Hammond B3 Organ on "What Makes A Man", "Ready", "Turned Out", "Holy Man"|
|Atma Anur||Drums, Percussion|
|Lole Diro||Engineering, Mixing|
|Dexter Smittle||Engineering, Mixing|
|David Blank||Art Direction, Photography|
|Paul Garcia||Photography, Design|
|Chuck Wright||Additional Design, Retouch|
|Recorded and mixed at the Trist A' Whirl.
Mastered at Capitol.