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Finally – New Tracks Released!

Strawbs - The Ferryman's Curse
Strawbs – The Ferryman’s Curse

After a quiet holiday season (music release-wise), we finally have some new tracks released! I have just put 6 newly-released classic rock tracks into high rotation in the playlist. Start streaming now (it’s free) and listen for songs from the following recently released albums:

The Yardbirds – Yardbirds ’68 … this Jimmy Page produced double release contains one disc of live material recorded in May of 1968 at the Anderson Theatre in New York, and one disc of never previously officially released “studio sketches” recorded by the band during the same period – consisting of eight tracks ranging in quality from near finished master takes to bare bone instrumental scratch tracks. Listen for the tracks The Train Kept A Rollin’ and Over Under Sideways DownRead the review here.

Strawbs – The Ferryman’s Curse … this critically acclaimed album from the English prog-rock band fronted by Dave Cousins (which has been recording since 1968) is a joy to listen to. Listen for the tracks In The Beginning/The Nails In the Hands of Christ and We Have the PowerRead the review here.

Joe Satriani – What Happens Next … If you like the electric guitar – you will find this album a pure delight. One of the finest guitar players on the planet has released another album of sizzling instrumentals. Listen for the tracks Smooth Soul and Cherry BlossomsRead the review here.

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3 comments

    1. Hi Tim …

      Definitely … the following MTB tracks are in the playlist:

      24 Hours At a Time
      Can’t You See
      Fire on the Mountain
      Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
      Heard It In A Love Song
      I’ll Be Loving You
      Jimi
      Long Hard Ride
      Now She’s Gone
      Ramblin’
      Take The Highway
      This Ol’ Cowboy
      Where a Country Boy Belongs
      Windy City Blues

      Thanks for listening!

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