Jim Pipkin | Slick Man

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Slick Man

by Jim Pipkin

Acoustic guitar and voice, occasionally joined by mouth harp, banjo, dulcimer, even a 75-cent kazoo!
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Roadsong
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2. Friend O'Mine
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3. Carolina Lady
2:59 $0.99
4. You Keep Me Dreamin'
2:41 $0.99
5. Beaches
3:08 $0.99
6. Cuttin' Edge
3:10 $0.99
7. State of Mind
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8. Innkeeper's Song
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9. Slick Man
2:48 $0.99
10. Violence Will Get You Anything
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Album Notes
This was a quirky follow-up to Primitive Mind, with a mix of biographical and fictional tales scrambled together in an effort to make these songs available at my shows to a wide variety of audiences. Some like Country, some Folk, some SCA ballads I wrote myself to perform at medieval cosplay gatherings.

It was a project backed by the Southwest Folk Music Association in 1990, who nominated me for the Arizona Governor's Arts Award
that year. Some SWFMA members joined me in the studio - Joe Bethancourt on banjo and Donald Tabler on fingerpicked mountain dulcimer.

The album was originally recorded in 1990 at Mastercraft Studios in Phoenix, AZ, with Richard Ashman as sound engineer. Scott Leon stepped up in 2018 and helped restore the old tapes and transfer the project into digital format.

Cover photograph and artwork by Alice Nelson

This album could not have been moved onto the internet without the generous and tireless help of my good friend Scott Leon, sound engineer extraordinaire. Thanks, bud, you are one helluva pard!



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