Slippin And Slidin

Immediate Family

CD  |  Pop  |  23 Oct 2020

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The Immediate Family (the modern iteration of a legendary studio ensemble known as "The Section") is a rock and roll band composed of four of the most recorded, respected and sought-after players in modern music: Danny Kortchmar (guitar and vocals), Waddy Wachtel (guitar and vocals), Leland Sklar (bass), Russ Kunkel (drums) and the addition of prominent touring, session guitarist and songwriter Steve Postell (guitar and vocals). Frequent collaborators both in the studio and on-stage, their work can be heard on albums from Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Stevie Nicks, Keith Richards, Warren Zevon, Graham Nash, Neil Young, David Crosby and many, many, many more. Kortchmar, Sklar and Kunkel have worked together since the early 70s and made up three-quarters of The Section, best known for both their studio and live work in support of some of the top selling singer/songwriters and solo singers in the history of music, as well as their own acclaimed instrumental albums. (By mid 70s, they were later joined by Wachtel). Collectively, these musicians helped define the sound of a generation.
Following closely on the heals of the release of The Immediate Family's (Kortchmar, Wachtel, Kunkel, Sklar, Postell) first single "Cruel Twist", the band gives fans a deeper look into their music with the release of "Slippin' and Slidin'" a five song EP on Quarto Valley Records.


Title: Slippin And Slidin

Format: CD

Release Date: 23 Oct 2020

Artist: Immediate Family

Sku: 2601475

Catalogue No: QVR0134

Category: Pop



1. Slippin And Slidin

2. New York Minute

3. Top Of The Rock

4. Werewolves Of London (LIVE)

5. Cruel Twist