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Storm Warning

by Jim Gibson

All original compositions.This CD is NOT for TEA DRINKERS.This CD is about ELECTRIC GUITARS a Driving band and soulful vocals. Steve Cropper sits in a on a couple of songs and rips it up.
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. Love Don't Always Do
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2. It's Too Late
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3. Storm Warning
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4. Rolling Over me
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5. Say When
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6. Joy Ride
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7. Extra Special Delivery
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8. Good Day To Be Bad
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9. Which Witch Is Which
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10. Can't Slow Down
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11. Rock paper Scissors
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Album Notes
Storm warning is my 2nd CD. This CD is more guitar/vocal than the 1st (Something for everyone). This CD really rocks out with special guest guitarist "Steve Cropper" sitting in on a couple of songs. A duet with "Mighty Mo Rodgers" helps put this CD into overdrive. I think you will dig this one.


A review from Blues on Stage.

On the follow up to 1999's "Something For Everyone" Nashville based guitarist Jim Gibson has moved things on again. The New Orleans/Louisiana influence has been replaced this time by a more soulful streak. Just to reinforce it, Steve Cropper is drafted in on guitar for a couple of tracks.
Mighty Mo Rodgers also puts in an appearance, sharing vocals on the opener "Love Don't Always Do". It is a cracking soul workout, with Cropper on guitar and some very tasty sax from Jerry Peterson. Cropper later returns for the equally excellent mambo-based "Say When". Although these two are probably the best tracks, there is plenty of other good stuff too, all of which Gibson wrote. Tunes like "It's Too Late", with its almost Bonnie Raitt-like slide guitar interlude, and "Extra Special Delivery", for example, both chug along nicely. Elsewhere there is a chance to boogie too, on the horn laden "Storm Warning" where ZZ Top meet John Hiatt. Gibson also does a couple of songs solo on resonator. The first of these, "Joy Ride", does not appear to have anything to do with cars, despite its title!

On first hearing, the upbeat rock'n'roll stylings of "Can't Slow Down", with its excellent swinging horns, seems like a natural place to end. There is one more track, however, as Gibson takes things home with the slightly lower key, but highly effective closer, "Rock Paper Scissors".

Jim Gibson fits inside a musical triangle that has Hiatt, Raitt, and Delbert McClinton at its corners. There is much to admire about "Storm Warning", an album that rewards repeated plays, and is worth tracking down. Gordon Baxter

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Beverly Stanley

love this man!!!
Hi Jim... It's Beverly (Jack Daniel's), I am gonna miss you so bad. I hope we can stay in touch. I wish you all the best in the world. You are the Greatest Musician ever!!! You're my favorite... Hope to hear from you soon... Email address: VolsDoll40@aol.com
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Frank

Great Talent...Great CD!
I've had this CD in my car stereo for about two weeks now and have thoroughly enjoyed every song! The CD takes you through many moods and experiences, but leaves you wanting more! The guitar arrangements are beyond belief. I bought this CD expecting to hear the blues and got more than my money's worth. If you love the blues and love slide & blues guitar you must buy this CD. You won't regret it!
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Chris Ellis

Witty, worldly, modern blues classics, evocative of the legends
For the past week Storm Warning I've been listening to. Jim's ability to write, play and sing in a variety of blues styles is impressive. His songs are evocative of legends like Robert Johnson and Stevie Ray Vaughan while adding a witty, worldly spin. The songs "Rock, Paper, Scissors" and "Storm Warning" are modern blues classics (or would be if enough people heard them). The salient quality of Jim Gibson's music, and one often missing in modern artists, is his ability to make the genre come alive, not just in person, but on recordings as well. If you like the blues, you MUST buy this CD.
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Mike A.

Jim jumps, jams, and rolls on his second CD
Love Don't Always Do with Bluesmen greats, Mighty Mo Rodgers and Steve Cropper showcase Jim's ability to master the rhythm that makes this second CD a must buy for any collection of great blues lovers. The spooky guitar licks on the title track Storm Warning build to a powerful ending telling the tale of a freight train of a relationship running out of control.
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Maggie W.

This CD is the greatest!
I'm fairly new to this genre - I generally listen to Bluegrass and classic rock. Well, one day I was in a used book store and heard this awesome song - Rock, paper, scissors, and I knew I had to have it. I spent some time tracking it (and Jim) down on the internet. I just got it in the mail and have been wearing it out. Jim and everyone in the band is great. Awesome guitar work!
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M Thomson

What a WONDERFUL mix of R&B and Rock-n-Roll!
As one of the members of Jim's band, it is incredible to see him work. He does a wonderful job of blending the feel of R&B with a little Rock-n-Roll. A great guy, a great musician, and a great CD to add to your collection!
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Joe P.

You've got to add this CD to your blues collection!
Jim Gibson has truley outdone himself on this CD. Once again, Jim draws from a kaleidoscope of styles and masterfully blends them together in the "musical gumbo" that is Storm Warning. Storm Warning's driving rythyms and catchy lyrics will keep your toes tapping! It's a must have for any blues collection!
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Jake Carlton

this cd is awesome
This cd is awesome!!I have rarely heard this good of cd!They are a great blues combination band!!

BUY THIS CD!
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