MENIKETTI: 'Live In Japan' Track Listing Unveiled
MENIKETTI, the band led by Y&T frontman Dave Meniketti, will release their live album, "Live In Japan", on March 26.
The CD, which was recorded on Jan. 31 on the group's Japanese tour, will include the following track listing:
01. No Lies
02. Angel On My Shoulder
04. Take It Like A Man
05. All In This Together
06. Say Goodbye
07. Lay Me Down
08. Tough Luck Avenue
09. Tell Me (Why I Should Wait)
10. Mister Blister
11. Until The Next Time
In other news, Meniketti recently told Germany's On The Rocks that his work with solo band is more creatively fulfilling than that with Y&T.
"I enjoy [working with] both [bands], but I think I have more emotional outpouring with my solo material," Dave said. "This is because in my solo band, we play the material very open & allow ourselves to jam & extend solos, etc depending on how we feel at that moment. Every night is a different performance. In Y&T, we basically play each song just like the record, which doesn't give you as much room to open up as a musician for improvisation & spontaneity."
(Thanks: On The Rocks)
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