"Dog Party" features noted fusion guitarist Scott Henderson going back to his bluesy roots on this doggone concept record. The CD features the vocal and drum talents of Kirk Covington (seven tracks contain vocals), and Henderson also includes three instrumental tracks, "Hole Diggin'", "Milk Bone" and the Liebert/Stoller classic "Hound Dog". The song "Too Many Gittars" lives up to its title by serving up a total of five guitar solos, including guest appearances by T.J. Helmerich (who also engineered and mixed), Steve Trovato, Keith Wyatt and Willie Scoggins. "Dog Party" will have you barking and howling the blues at your next 'dog house' party.
|06:54||Fence Climbin' Blues||Vocal|
|05:09||Same As You||Vocal|
|05:20||Hell Bent Pup||Vocal|
|07:55||Smelly Ol' Dog Blues||Vocal|
|04:38||Too Many Gittars||Vocal|
|Scott Henderson||Guitar, Production|
|Kirk Covington||Drums, Vocals|
|Erin McGuire||Vocals on "Same As You"|
|Linda "Zig" Zegarelli||Harmonica on "Same As You"|
|Willie Scoggins||Guitar Solo on "Too Many Guitars"|
|Steve Trovato||Guitar Solo on "Too Many Guitars"|
|Keith Wyatt||Guitar Solo on "Too Many Guitars"|
|T.J. Helmerich||Guitar Solo on "Too Many Guitars", Engineering, Mixing|
|Tim Anderson||Engineering and Mixing Assistance|
|Bradley Cook||Overdub Assistance|
|Michelle Laurencot||Art Direction, Hand-tinting|
|Jim Snowden||Executive Production|
|George Nauful||Executive Production|
|Recorded February 1994 at Studio Sound, North Hollywood, CA and The Convent, Beverly Hills, CA.
Mastered at FutureDisc Systems, Hollywood, CA.