Former DIO Guitarist Completes Work On New Solo CD
Former DIO/WORLD WAR III guitarist TRACY G has completed work on his latest solo CD, "Deviating From The Set List", featuring covers of classic rock tunes.
The album, which reportedly took a year to record, includes guest appearances from 24 artists, among them Ralph Saenz (vocals - ATOMIC PUNK, METAL SHOP), Ray Luzier (drums - DAVID LEE ROTH BAND), Mike Terrana (drums – YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, RAGE), and Jeff Pilson (bass/vocals - DOKKEN, DIO, L/P).
The complete track listing for the 90-minute effort is as follows:
01. Black Dog (LED ZEPPELIN)
02. Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers (ZZ TOP)
03. On Fire (VAN HALEN)
04. People Get Ready (JEFF BECK)
05. Fire (JIMI HENDRIX)
06. The Sky Is Crying (ERIC CLAPTON)
07. Them Changes (BUDDY MILES)
01. Going Down (JEFF BECK)
02. Maybe I'm A Leo (DEEP PURPLE)
03. The Immigrant Song (LED ZEPPELIN)
04. The Jack (AC/DC)
05. Little Wing (JIMI HENDRIX)
06. Into The Void (BLACK SABBATH)
For more information on how to obtain a copy, visit Tracy's official web site at this location.
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