℗ 2020 UMG Recordings; A Republic Records Release
 

Hot Shot

Pat Travers

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1.1
I Gotta Fight
Pat Travers
5:48
1.2
Killer
Pat Travers
4:00
1.3
Just Try Talking (To Those Dudes)
Pat Travers
4:56
1.4
Hot Shot
Pat Travers
4:46
1.5
Women On The Edge Of Love
Pat Travers
3:26
1.6
In The Heat Of The Night
Pat Travers
3:49
1.7
Louise
Pat Travers
3:21
1.8
Tonight
Pat Travers
3:21
1.9
Night Into Day
Pat Travers
5:15
Total Playing Time    38:42
UMG presents the digitally remastered release for this album from the Canadian Rock/Blues guitarist Pat Travers, originally issued in 1984 (his last studio release in the '80s). Moving to the UK in the early '70s, Travers made a name for himself as a top notch guitarist who blended Hard Rock and Blues into a musical stew. Concentrating on the U.S. market in the late '70s, Travers reached his commercial peak with a slew of great albums including Hot Shot.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Polydor Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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