Heat In the Street
Download links and information about Heat In the Street by Pat Travers. This album was released in 1978 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll genres. It contains 1 tracks with total duration of 3:59 minutes.
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For Heat in the Street, Canadian hard rock bluesman Pat Travers put together his most formidable group to date. Drummer Tommy Aldridge and bassist Mars Cowling are a powerful rhythm section, locked in and loaded, while guitarist Pat Thrall is enough of a player to spur Travers onto even greater solos. Don't overlook the band's funk: it's a major component to its growling hard rock, and tracks such as "Killer's Instinct," "Evie," and even the pre-thrash "Hammerhead" benefit from the group's elasticity. Travers' vocals are pure '70s-era machismo mixed with a soulful rasp that gives the songs a heartfelt sincerity. Even the keyboards for "One for Me and One for You" evoke the oncoming wave of '80s power ballads, yet with a genuine earthiness that was often missing in the video age. Fans of hard rock guitar can't go wrong studying "I Tried to Believe," "Prelude," and the title track. There's a reason Metallica's Kirk Hammett lists Travers as one of his favorite guitar players.