Sister Whiskey – Liquor & Poker

Sister Whiskey - Liquor & Poker
Released 1993 (Warner Bros.)

Track List:
01. Simple Man
02. Can You Satisfy Me
03. Moonshine
04. Keep Waitin’
05. I’d Lie To You For Your Love
06. Excuse Me
07. Count Me In
08. Sleepin’ Your Life Away
09. Ain’t ‘Bout Love
10. Edge Of The Night
11. Cryin’ Inside
12. Don’t Cha Know Ya Need It
13. Open Your Heart

Dennis Lee Duncan – lead vocals and harmonica
Tyler Gentile – lead guitar and background vocals
Jack Aurora – rhythm guitar and background vocals
Rich Florio – bass and background vocals
Gregg E. West – drums and background vocals

Additional Musicians:
Kenny Arnoff – percussion
Jimmy Z. – harmonica
Glenn Hughes – background vocals

Produced by Dana Strum.

Sister Whiskey‘s one and only release was a fun album, full of entertaining songs. The standout tracks include “Simple Man”, “Can You Satisfy Me”, “Moonshine”, “Excuse Me”, “Edge Of The Night” and the slower number “Cryin’ Inside”. “I’d Lie To You For Your Love” is a raunchy number with some funny and witty lyrics.

  The sound here is very similar to the Black Crowes and a more upbeat Tattoo Rodeo, with a laid back approach that walks the fine line between bluesy hard rock and country influences. Sister Whiskey looked and sounded good, and deserved more recognition (not even production by Slaughter‘s Dana Strum made the public notice this album though). Liquor & Poker is very enjoyable and receives two thumbs up!

Reviewed by Pam for Sleaze Roxx, September 2003.

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