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11 New Tracks – Including New Mark Knopfler

Mark Knopfler - Down The Road Wherever
Mark Knopfler – Down The Road Wherever

I have just added 11 new songs into high rotation from the following newly released classic rock albums:

Mark Knopfler – Down The Road Wherever … A new release from the former Dire Straits guitar player/frontman. A very nice record with catchy, well-played songs – what more could you ask for? Listen for the tracks One Song At A Time, Good On You Son, Nobody Does That and Back On The Dance Floor. Read the review here.

The Beatles – The White Album 50th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition Box Set … The album is actually called The Beatles – but everyone knows it as The White Album. This magnificent box set includes the original album re-mixed over 2 CDs, a CD containing the 27 track “Esher Demos“, 3 CDs of mostly unreleased studio sessions and a Blue-Ray disc containing a 5.1 surround sound White Album remix and more. A Beatlemaniac’s delight! Listen for the songs Glass Onion (Take 10) and While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Esher Demo). Read the review here.

David Crosby – Here If You Listen … The 77 year old one-third of Crosby, Stills & Nash delivers a quiet masterpiece of acoustic perfection. Teaming up with the Lighthouse Band really pays dividends and the results are well-worth a listen. Listen for the tracks Glory and a beautiful reworking of the Joni Mitchell song Woodstock. Read the review here.

Nazareth – Tattooed On My Brain … The Scottish rock legends celebrate their 50th anniversary with their 24th studio album. Featuring their new vocalist Carl Sentence – the album proves they are still rockin’! Listen for the Track Pole To PoleRead the review here.

I have also added into the playlist the recently released songs Got To Go Where The Love Is from Van Morrison‘s album The Prophet Speaks and Eyes On The Prize from John Mellencamp‘s album Other People’s Stuff (which are both due for release on December 7th).

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