Former GUNS N' ROSES Guitarist To Appear On New YARDBIRDS CD

Former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash, ex-DAVID LEE ROTH/WHITESNAKE axeman Steve Vai and QUEEN's Brian May are among the guest musicians appearing on YARDBIRDS' "Birdland", the group's first new studio album since 1967.

The album, which was recorded primarily at Vai's Mothership studio in Los Angeles, features Vai on a newly recorded version of the YARDBIRDS' favorite "Shapes of Things".

The full track listing for "Birdland" is as follows:

01. I'm Not Talking
02. Crying Out for Love
03. The Nazz Are Blue
04. For Your Love (feat. John Rzeznik)
05. Please Don't Tell Me 'Bout the News
06. Train Kept a Rolling (feat. Joe Satriani)
07. Mr. Saboteur
08. Shapes of Things (feat. Steve Vai)
09. My Blind Life (feat. Jeff Beck)
10. Over, Under, Sideways, Down (feat. Slash)
11. Mr. You're a Better Man Than I (feat. Brian May)
12. Mystery of Being
13. Dream Within a Dream
14. Happenings Ten Years Time Ago (feat. Steve Lukather)
15. An Original Man (A Song for Keith)


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