DREAM THEATER: New Interview With JORDAN RUDESS Posted Online

MusicPlayers.com has posted an interview with DREAM THEATER keyboardist Jordan Rudess. The discussion covers the musical direction chosen for his new solo CD, "The Road Home", the guest contributions to the project, the ongoing evolution of Jordan's keyboard setup, programming, and technical style.

Having been influenced by classic progressive acts such as GENESIS, YES and GENTLE GIANT, Rudess revisits some of the great songs from those bands with his own special Jordan Rudess touch. He is assisted on "The Road Home" by a great group of guests, such as Nick D'Virgilio (SPOCK'S BEARD), Kip Winger (WINGER), Rod Morgenstein (WINGER), Ed Wynne (OZRIC TENTACLES), Bumblefoot (GUNS N' ROSES), Marco Sfogli (JAMES LABRIE), Ricky Garcia (LAFEE) and several others.

"The Road Home" track listing:

01. Dance On a Volcano
02. Sound Chaser
03. Just The Same
04. JR Piano Medley
05. Piece of The Pi
06. Tarkus

Check out audio samples at this location.

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