arl Slick was just 22 years old when David Bowie recruited him to replace Mick Ronson in the wake of the breakup of The Spiders from Mars. Slick’s searing six-string work, played primarily on one of several go-to Les Pauls, adorned such classic Bowie discs as Station to Station and Young Americans. Later, John Lennon chose Slick to be one of the main guitarists on his and Yoko Ono’s Double Fantasy album. This terrific solo disc, graced by a cover shot of Slick with one of his beloved Les Pauls, shows why he’s always been in such demand.more
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