Rock Jamberoni – A Dream Album Of Classic Rock, Southern Rock and Heavy Metal Jams!
ROCK JAMBERONI – Have you ever wished for that one day, when you were handed the golden keys to a record company by being named it’s Chief Executive Officer? With this newly bestowed title, you are now able to create that one Rock ‘n’ Roll album that forges your name alongside the legends of Rock ‘n’ Roll history? Well, yesterday I received word via email that my Rock ‘n’ Roll wish has been granted. For today only, I have been officially designated as the CEO and producer for Coverdale Records.
Given my new found Rock ‘n’ Roll power, I’ve decided to take up the fun task of compiling an album of legendary songs. These songs feature kick ass Classic Rock, Southern Rock, Hard Rock and Heavy Metal jams! These jams aren’t just merely a guitar solo heard at the beginning or during the middle of a song, these are full-throttle instrumental jams that last more than a minute with total band participation. Below is the album track listing of such legendary jam songs… and I’m titling this revved-up album – Rock Jamberoni. The expected release date is March 24, 2011. Enjoy!
Rock Jamberoni – Track Listing:
Green Grass and High Tides – The Outlaws
Fall of the Peacemakers - Molly Hatchet
Highway Song – Blackfoot
Freebird – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Working Man – Rush
Whole Lotta Rosie – AC/DC
Wasted White Boys – W.A.S.P.
Hallowed Be Thy Name - Iron Maiden
Fade To Black – Metallica
Beyond the Realms of Death – Judas Priest
Layla – Derek and the Dominos
Diamonds For Eyes – Whitestarr
* Bonus Track:
Hocus Pocus – Focus
Life Is One Gigantic Jam Session!
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