DOKKEN singer Don Dokken offerered a short preview of his brand new collaboration with legendary guitarist Michael Schenker, a song called "Faith", during an appearance on today's (Monday, October 8) edition of the "Dropping The Needle" podcast. You can now watch the interview below. (Note: The Dokken/Schenker track can be heard starting at around the 16-minute, 30-second mark.)According to Don, he has picked a select few cuts from Schenker's three instrumental acoustic albums "Thank You, Vol. 1", "2" and "3" and is currently laying down vocals over them. In a recent interview with GlideMagazine.com, Don stated about his collaboration with Schenker, "It's going to be fun. He's a great guy and he put out a few acoustic CDs. I saw him last month in Bulgaria and he says, 'Don, we've always been talking about doing an acoustic record.' And I said, 'Yeah.' So he gave me a couple of his albums that are just instrumental and I said, 'Why don't I take them home and see if I can write lyrics and sing over the songs?' And it's coming out really great. It's not rock; it's a kind of chill record." "Dropping The Needle" is hosted by Michael Brandvold from Michael Brandvold Marketing and Mitch Lafon from PureGrainAudio.com. It is described as "the podcast where all music from all genres is discussed. New releases, classic albums, rediscovered music, signed and unsigned. No ass-kissing, just two guys talking about music."
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