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GENESIS PUBLICATIONS ANNOUNCES THE OCTOBER 2014 RELEASE OF JIMMY PAGE'S OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC AUTOBIOGRAPHY TITLED SIMPLY JIMMY PAGE
CURATED AND CAPTIONED BY JIMMY PAGE, THIS IS THE FIRST EVER BOOK BY A MEMBER OF LED ZEPPELIN
Jimmy Page is one of music's greatest guitarists, innovators and legends. JIMMY PAGE is his official autobiography, a photographic essay he personally created to tell his story for the first time. Jimmy's own words, combined with his handpicked selection of over 600 photographs, make this book the definitive visual and historical record of a remarkable life. JIMMY PAGE will be available in all major bookstores from October 2014.
I've been asked on a number of occasions to do a written book and I thought of the other side of the coin. I thought it would be unique to have an autobiography in photographs, charting my whole musical journey. - JIMMY PAGE
The chronicle of a life in music, by one of the world's most iconic guitar players, JIMMY PAGE is testament to the author's vision - a work he describes as a photographic autobiography. Jimmy has chosen every one of the 650 photographs, written the accompanying text, arranged the content into its narrative order and overseen the design of his book.
It was important to include every milestone along the way, so people who were fans of the music have got a real testament of the times. - JIMMY PAGE
In the form of captions, the intensely private Jimmy has narrated the story of his legendary career for the first time.
Delving into his personal archives, Jimmy has revealed unseen photographs, memorabilia and every one of his passports, saved throughout his life. Jimmy's passport stamps were used to verify all tour dates, making JIMMY PAGE an authoritative historical account.
The tour schedules, passport stamps, working visas and memorabilia really make up a complete picture, which just keeps unfolding as you turn each page of the book. - JIMMY PAGE
In addition to Jimmy's own photos, and those chosen from various sources including fans and magazines, his book showcases a collection of iconic portraits and rare images by over 70 of the greatest names in rock photography, including: Ross Halfin, Kate Simon, Gered Mankowitz, Dominique Tarlé, Pennie Smith and Jim Marshall. Jimmy chose one of his favourite portrait shots for the book cover: a 1977 passport photo, shot by Neal Preston on board Led Zeppelin's private tour plane.
There are many rare finds throughout, such as Led Zeppelin playing an impromptu gig in a nightclub in Jersey, or double-exposure shots of Jimmy and Brian Jones by Ian Stewart.
I wanted to make it as thorough as possible, so that meant trawling through all the thousands of files that photographers had taken, and pulling from my personal collection as well. There's a photo of me playing the guitar by the fire at Bron-Yr-Aur cottage. It's the most complete document that there's ever going to be because of the amount of time that I've put into every aspect. - JIMMY PAGE
Over two years in the making, this 512-page volume documents Page's musical journey, from 13-year-old choirboy to Sixties session musician, through The Yardbirds to Led Zeppelin and beyond.
You see this young man growing, from when I'm a choirboy - and took my guitar along to see if I could tune it up from the organ - right through to almost yesterday. - JIMMY PAGE
Today, Led Zeppelin remain arguably one of the biggest rock bands of all time, with the demand for tickets to their recent 2007 reunion breaking world records and the hugely anticipated re-issues of their entire catalogue coming on Rhino Records later this year.
Jimmy Page continues to make history. He has performed at events including ARMS, Live Aid and the Beijing Olympics closing ceremony; collaborated with artists including The Black Crowes, Leona Lewis, Shirley Bassey and the Foo Fighters; and received awards including an OBE, a Kennedy Center Honor and a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. On 10th May 2014 he will receive an honorary doctorate from the prestigious university of Berklee, joining previous honourees The Eagles, B.B. King, Steve Winwood, Dizzy Gillespie, George Martin and David Bowie.
'JIMMY PAGE conveys in photographs what a typical written autobiography never could. The passion and energy of his life and career are crystal clear throughout.' - Steve Gorman, The Black Crowes
Originally conceived as a limited edition of only 2,500 copies worldwide, the first printing of JIMMY PAGE by Jimmy Page sold out within weeks of release. In the spring of 2010, it became the fastest-selling book in Genesis Publications' 40-year history. Now Jimmy Page and Genesis Publications announce a more accessible and affordable printing of the book, to be released this October 2014.
The perfect purchase for Led Zeppelin fans, guitar players and music lovers of any age, JIMMY PAGE is widely available in bookstores from October 2014.
I always like to do something different - if you're inspired by an idea, really make something of that inspiration. That goes for music, as well as anything else - even putting a book together! To have a photographic autobiography is a totally different way of looking at things, but it does the job very well and I think it will bring a lot of pleasure to people. - JIMMY PAGE
ABOUT GENESIS PUBLICATIONS
'As someone who's always been interested in having a library themselves, I appreciate fine bookbinding and their whole ethic of what they do.' - Jimmy Page
Founded in 1974, Genesis Publications is a family-owned independent publishing house true to the arts of printing and bookbinding. Genesis creates signed limited edition books and prints for collectors in over 50 countries. Recent authors include musicians such as Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton and David Bowie; visual artists such as Shepard Fairey, Storm Thorgerson and Sir Peter Blake; and contributing writers such as Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg.
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Jimmy Page is standing in almost the exact spot at London's Olympic Studios where, 45 years ago, he laid down the guitar track for Whole Lotta Love. An assistant taps a button on a control panel, and the song's familiar opening riff blares at punishing volume. But it doesn't sound quite right. Robert Plant's vocals are tentative, and the guitar solo during the instrumental breakdown is missing. Instead of crushing everything in its path, this version sounds like it could swerve off in any number of directions. “Tantalizing," Page says. "Isn't it?"
The deluxe editions of Led Zeppelin IV, Houses of the Holy, Physical Graffiti, Presence and In Through The Out Door have already been assembled, but Page is reluctant to get into details about them. "I want to surprise people," he says. "That's always been my game plan." Led Zeppelin IV will likely come out later this year. Will it feature unheard recordings from the Stairway To Heaven sessions? Page just smiles and offers one word: "Absolutely."
Read the entire article at: Rolling Stone
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Arguably the greatest ever question asked in a rock interview was posed by the American writer Chuck Klosterman to Robert Plant, asking about Led Zeppelin's Whole Lotta Love.
"On Whole Lotta Love you say you're going to give some girl 'every inch' of your love," Klosterman said. "But you're British. Why don't you use the metric system?"
Plant, to his credit, took the question in good part. "That would change the whole tone of the thing!" he replied. "I suppose today it would have to be, 'I'll give you several centimetres of bliss.' But people of my generation know nothing about the metric system. I'm fortunate to say I still use inches - or at least that's what my girlfriend says, and she's 29."
Whole Lotta Love showcased Zeppelin at their most priapic, coupled with one of rock's most memorable riffs. Even people who never bought a Zeppelin album knew it, thanks to a version being the Top of the Pops theme tune for many years.
Of course, Whole Lotta Love became a controversial song - it transpired the lyrics were largely pinched from You Need Love, written by Wille Dixon and recorded by Muddy Waters in 1962, and possibly taken from a 1966 version by the Small Faces (which was credited to Marriott/Lane, ironically), which has similar phrasing to Plant's in Whole Lotta Love. Dixon sued Zeppelin in 1985, with the case being settled out of court. Still, as Plant would later say, "Page's riff was Page's riff. It was there before anything else. I just thought, 'Well, what am I going to sing?' That was it, a nick. Now happily paid for."
Here, then, is an early version of Whole Lotta Love - minus its vocal chorus, without the slide guitar at the chorus break, and with a much less extravagant percussion section. It's a fascinating insight into Zeppelin, and you'll be able to hear more works in progress from one of rock's greatest bands when Led Zeppelin's first three albums are reissued with companion discs on Atlantic/Swansong on 2 June.
From: The Guardian
Created on Wednesday, 07 May 2014 21:55
Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones will once again appear at Bonnaroo - this time as a guest with Seasick Steve. The two have a long history together as Jones played on Seasick Steve's 2011 album You Can't Teach an Old Dog New Tricks and also joined him on stage at the Isle of Wight and Rock Werchter Festivals that year.
Most recently, Jones appeared on Seasick Steve's Hubcap Music along with Jack White and Luther Dickinson, among others. The two have shared the stage several times since the release of that album in 2013.
Jones last played Bonnaroo in 2007, participating in the Superjam alongside Questlove. The legendary multi-instrumentalist also sat in with a variety of acts that year including Gilian Welch and Uncle Earl.
In addition to the Jones announcement, Bonnaroo also confirmed artist additions of Arc Iris, Black Pistol Fire, Bully, Jennifer Sullivan and Royal Teeth.
Former Led Zeppelin frontman plays one-off set Saturday (April 26)
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British rock star Robert Plant and his latest band, the Sensational Space Shifters, moved from heavy rock to spacey audio exploration Saturday at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
The show featured a generous number of the classic rock songs that Plant recorded when he was Led Zeppelin's frontman, plus songs by Chicago blues star Howlin' Wolf and the Mississippi Delta's Bukka White and, presumably, music from a forthcoming album by Plant and the Space Shifters.
Plant reached all the way back to "Led Zeppelin I" for his first song at the Samsung Galaxy Stage. The thunder and butterfly contrast in "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" was a sign of things to come. Guitarist Liam "Skin" Tyson plucked acoustic guitar arpeggios in the song's soft bits between abrupt bursts of guitar and percussion.
From the opening song on, the 65-year-old Plant was in strong, distinctive voice, occasionally wielding his mic stand like the rock star he is.
"Hey! Hey!" he said after the band's opening number. "Let's go!"
Plant and the Space Shifters proceeded to transform Howlin' Wolf's already atmospheric "Spoonful" into heavy, moody blues. A West African influence entered the song when Juddeh Camara, a Space Shifter from Gambia, soloed with his one-string African violin.
Camara moved to an instrument that's obviously an ancestor of the American banjo for a reinvention of Led Zeppelin's "Black Dog" that morphed into a trance-rock jam.
Another blues classic, "Seventh Son," segued into a long tease by Plant and the band for a full-blown version of Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love."
The Space Shifters are a band that combines West Africa and the Middle East with the American South and the Delta blues that inspired Plant and his peers when they were kids back in England.
Plant and his Led Zeppelin cohorts, as well as a generation of their English musician peers - including Eric Clapton, who performs at Jazz Fest on Sunday - transformed American music from the South into their own louder, faster, wilder expression. And Plant hasn't stopped. He informed his audience that his Jazz Fest show is a one-off gig, for which he traveled 5,674 miles. And he won't have much time to enjoy New Orleans, a city he loves, because he's leaving Sunday.
He also changed the lyrics to a Zeppelin classic, "Going to California," singing, "I'm going to Louisiana with an ache in my heart."
Plant couldn't resist recalling riverboat parties he experienced back in the day, featuring music by such local music stars as Earl King, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown and Snooks Eaglin.
Odds are he'll be back again to rock some more.
From: The New Orleans Advocate
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
Going To California
Tin Pan Valley
In The Mood
Funny In My Mind (I Believe I'm Fixin' To Die)
What Is And What Should Never Be
Whole Lotta Love
Rock And Roll
Going To California
In The Mood
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To promote the release of the first album's reissues, Warner Music will do a massive press conference at the L'Olympia Music Hall in Paris, as a reference to the 1969 show being released soon. Originally scheduled for May 27, with plans to get all three original members, the event has been finally re-scheduled for May 21st and will feature only Jimmy Page. An interview will be conducted, and there will be a listening session of the re-issues.
The event is a private event for journalists only, however, media will have a competition to get tickets for the event.
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The Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page clearly likes to be in control. The British rock group, which is reissuing its first three albums on June 3, has just released two previously unheard recordings that Mr. Page, 70, found while going through the band’s archives.
"I don’t want to die and have somebody else do it," he told the BBC
The two tracks are "Keys to the Highway," recorded in 1970, and an early version of "Whole Lotta Love," a big hit for the band in 1969
. The earlier recording is significantly different, without some of the lyrics, chorus and instrumentation of the 1969 song. The tracks will be released officially along with the first three albums on June 3, and excerpts from them will be available before then only on the BBC website.
Mr. Page has remastered each of the albums - Led Zeppelin
, Led Zeppelin II
and Led Zeppelin III
, to be released by Atlantic/Swan Song - and said on the Led Zeppelin website
, that accompanying companion discs will present a portal to the time of the recording of Led Zeppelin. "It is a selection of work in progress with rough mixes, backing tracks, alternate versions, and new material recorded at the time," he said
The band, which formed in 1968 and broke up in 1980 after the death of the drummer John Bonham, got back together for a London concert seven years ago. But Robert Plant, the band’s singer, quashed any idea that another reunion is in the offing. The chances, he told the BBC, are "zero."
From: The New York Times
Created on Saturday, 12 April 2014 16:57
Glenn Hughes and Jason Bonham's new group California Breed have released a new lyric video for debut single "Midnight Oil," which comes from their forthcoming album. According to the band, the new animated lyric video for Midnight Oil," was created by Nev Todoroic who spearheads the interactive media production company The Young Astronauts.
Apart from Hughes and Bonham, the group also features 23-year-old guitarist Andrew Watt who had the following to say about the video, "We wanted a lyric video that would make people want to watch this song in addition to just listen to it, one that would highlight the bombastic grooves of the track and convey the rhythm of the message. I turned to my friends, the Young Astronauts, whose previous videos have hundreds of millions of views, but they don't work with a lot of rock bands and I thought THAT'S the magic, right there."
Hughes adds, "It's a refreshing animated video that really captures the lyrical concert and message of the Midnight Oil single. We didn't want to make a run-of-the-mill lyric video. The animation perfectly captures the raw energy, lyrical content and the message of what Midnight Oil is really all about... rock n roll!!"
The band will be releasing their self-titled debut album on May 19th in North America and the UK and on May 16th in Europe.
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Glastonbury boss Michael Eavis has claimed that Led Zeppelin will play again one day - and when they do, they'll headline his festival. The move seems unlikely, with the band having refused reunion offers from all directions since 2007's Celebration Day
appearance - including an approach from former US president Bill Clinton.
And frontman Robert Plant appeared to have been joking when last year he hinted: "I'm not the bad guy. You need to see the Capricorns... I've got nothing to do in 2014."
Plant will appear as a solo act at this year's Glastonbury - but Eavis is determined that the singer, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and John Bonham's son Jason will hit the stage together again.
He tells Ireland AM: "That will happen one day. I'm sure of it. They will do it."
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Some great new dates for Led Zeppelin Played Here: Florida, Philadelphia, Nashville, Chicago and even Northern VA with a post-screening discussion with Ian MacKaye.
Florida Film Festival - April 7 & 12
Cinedelphia Film Festival in Philadelphia - Sunday, April 20
Nashville Film Festival - April 22 & April 25
Chicago International Movies & Music Festival - Friday, May 2
College Park Arts Exchange (near UofMD, free admission) - Friday, May 9
DC Record Fair - Artisphere in Arlington, VA - Sunday, June 1
Thanks, and hope to announce more soon,
(brand new site)
(DVDs still available)
(28 years old on May 31st)
Led Zeppelin Played Here Trailer
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In advance of the deluxe reissue editions of the band's storied first three albums, Led Zeppelin has released a trailer showcasing the self-titled debut full-length that featured such classic tracks as "Communication Breakdown" and "Good Times Bad Times."
Live versions of both songs will be featured on the album's bonus disc, a Zeppelin show recorded at L'Olympia in Paris on Oct. 10, 1969
, the same year the group released its first album. The nine-track live disc includes electric renditions of "Heartbreaker," "Dazed and Confused" and rarity "White Summer."
The new trailers boasts snippets of Led Zeppelin performing at the 1969 show, as well as vintage images from the era, including concert posters and ticket stubs.
The deluxe reissue versions of Led Zeppelin
, Led Zeppelin II
and Led Zeppelin III
hit retailers on June 3, each album coming with all sorts of archival extras. Among the alternate versions on outtakes of the band's second album includes a previously unreleased song, "La La." The new edition of Led Zeppelin III comes with the tunes "Jennings Farm Blues," "Bathroom Sound" and "Keys To The Highway/Trouble In Mind," giving an official release to songs previously only heard on Led Zeppelin bootlegs.
"Everything is being transferred from analog to a higher-resolution digital format,"
guitarist Jimmy Page told Rolling Stone
in 2012 about the new reissues, promising a much-improved listening experience. "That's one of the problems with the Zeppelin stuff. It sounds ridiculous on MP3. You can't hear what's there properly."
View the trailer below
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Robert, Steve Winwood, Steve Gibbons and other talented singers and musicians performed a special concert in at the Church of St. Peter & St. Paul
in Northleach, Cotswold, Gloucestershire, England for the Church in Aid of Children, on Friday, April 4, 2014.
Planty,Gibbo and Steve all were in excellent voice and was amazing show put on by Church in aid of Children--Abby trying to keep awake coz of Dan's rambling and boring conversation--Robert in pub after the show--no room for us bums to join em--ha ha--who cares--who gets the opportunity to witness a show like this? -Dan Reddington
Special thanks to Robert Plant: The Lemon Tree Fanzine
for the story. Click here
for photos (including the one at the top) from the night.
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Palladia is airing Robert Plant‘s full Live From The Artists Den
concert Wednesday, April 9 at 9/8C. We’ve got a sneak of the trailblazing Led Zeppelin frontman rocking fan-favorite cover “Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down” from the self-titled debut of his short-lived group Band Of Joy at the War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville, TN.
You’ll have to wait until next week to hear the legendary voice - that influenced the likes of David Lee Roth, Freddie Mercury, Tori Amos, Axl Rose - roar through his 11-song set (complete with Zeppelin reworks), but in all honesty, Robert Plant’s slowed down go at the 1931 Great Depression-era gospel song is enough to keep even the most impatient Robert Plant fan waiting (on pins and needles, mind you, but still waiting) until the full episode. Good God does Plant squeeze every bit of country soul he can muster out of that storied 40-year-old master vocal! By the time Band of Joy joins in with their own haunting thrums to harmonize along with the melody, you’ll fully expected someone to spirit you away to the nearest river like an Evangelical Baptist to cleanse all sins. I swear, if Robert Plant ever decides to turn away from secular rock and pull an Al Green, I’m so joining his congregation.
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In honor of her 30 year stage jubilee, internationally successful rock singer Doro will celebrate with fans from all over the world with two unique shows on May 2nd: the "Classic Night" with an orchestra, and May 3rd: the "Rock Night," at CCD Stadthalle of her hometown Düsseldorf.
Just in time for the celebration, there will be an anniversary record from the rock queen.
The "Raise Your Fist – 30 Years Anniversary-Edition" contains the re-release of the "Raise Your Fist" record, as well as a bonus CD highlight entitled "Powerful Passionate Favorites." There you find new and unreleased tracks, but also Doro cover versions of Led Zeppelin, Tina Turner, Metallica, Kiss, and Dio.
To get a first impression, check out Doro's cover version of the Led Zeppelin track Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
Commented Doro Pesch: "Along with T.Rex, Led Zeppelin was among my all-time favorite bands of the 70s. They were four phenomenal musicians, who did not only come up with excellent rock songs, but also with wonderful ballads - such as 'Babe I’m Gonna Leave You,' a very emotional track and among my personal faves of the band. This is why it became the first choice for our 'Raise Your Fist - Anniversary Edition.'"
From: Metal Underground
Created on Friday, 28 March 2014 23:33
The always adventurous John Paul Jones, who has packed his post-Led Zeppelin career with numerous collaborations and unpredictable sonic experiments, has lately been making some truly next-level sounds with Minibus Pimps, a two-man noisefest composed of Jones and electronic musician Helge Sten. The duo’s debut album Cloud to Ground was just released via SusannaSonata Records, and the band has finally made a track from the album available as a free stream.
Head on over here
to take a listen or check it out below. But be warned: what you are about to hear does not conform to any model of pop or rock music. The track in question, “Superbolt,” sounds more like a field recording from an alien planet, or like the last scrambled minutes of an animal’s collapsing consciousness. In other words: this is some trippy stuff!
According to the band’s press materials, Jones and Helge achieve their otherworldly sound with the Kyma computer system, into which instruments (guitar, bass, violin) are “fed” before being “radically transformed by self-designed digital instruments and processors until their sources are barely recognizable.”
It is far out stuff, to be sure, and even if it’s not your cup of tea, you’ve gotta respect John Paul Jones for refusing to rest on his laurels. And yeah, a good old fashioned Led Zeppelin reunion would be nice, but the world needs nutty stuff like this, too.
From: Rock Square
Created on Friday, 28 March 2014 21:53
Rock legend Jimmy Page's photographer daughter has launched a new exhibition featuring her shots of guitar greats like her dad, Slash and Brian May.
Scarlet Page's Resonators show, which started at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday (24Mar14), also features candid portraits of Sir Paul McCartney, Noel Gallagher and Paul Weller.
Sales of the framed photos will benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The show coincides with the Teenage Cancer Trust concerts, which also began at the Albert Hall on Monday. The exhibition will run for a month.
From: Contact Music
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According to Wax Poetic, The Black Crowes & Jimmy Page will issue their Live At The Greek album documenting the classic 1999 collaboration as a 3-LP red, clear and blue vinyl set. Only 2,000 copies of the release are expected to be available at independent record stores on April 19.
1. Celebration Day
2. Custard Pie
3. Sick Again
4. What Is And What Should Never Be
5. Woke Up This Morning
6. Shapes Of Things To Come
7. Sloppy Drunk
8. Ten Years Gone
1. In My Time Of Dying
2. Your Time Is Gonna Come
3. The Lemon Song
4. Nobody's Fault But Mine
1. Hey Hey What Can I Do
2. Mellow Down Easy
3. Oh Well
4. Shake Your Money Maker
5. You Shook Me
6. Out On The Tiles
7. Whole Lotta Love
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The soundtrack to the 1966 movie "Blow Up", directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, composed by Herbie Hancock, is now available on 180-gram vinyl.
Rock fans remember the film and the soundtrack for the inclusion of a rare Yardbirds number, "Stroll On" (actually, a Hard Rock adaptation of Tiny Bradshaw's Jump Blues "The Train Kept A-Rollin'" from 1951), one of only three songs they recorded with both Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page on guitars.
More info can be found http://www.musiconvinyl.com/catalog/herbie-hancock/blow-up
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CALIFORNIA BREED is the new rock and roll power trio featuring legendary vocalist-bassist Glenn Hughes, drummer extraordinaire Jason Bonham and 23-year-old newcomer guitarist-vocalist Andrew Watt.
Mixing massive riffs, gutsy vocals and gale force rhythms, the band's self-titled debut album will be released in the UK on May 19th by Frontiers Records. The album will be released in regular CD and CD/DVD Deluxe Edition formats.
CALIFORNIA BREED was produced by Dave Cobb (Rival Sons, Lindi Ortega, Shooter Jennings) at his Nashville-based studio and features equal co-writing credits among the three-man line-up. "It's proper rock", says Hughes, "but at the same time it's very now. I live in the moment, California Breed is where I live, breathe and where my freak flag flies."
Tracklisting for CALIFORNIA BREED's self-titled debut album:
1. THE WAY
2. SWEET TEA
3. CHEMICAL RAIN
4. MIDNIGHT OIL
5. ALL FALLS DOWN
6. THE GREY
7. DAYS THEY COME
8. SPIT YOU OUT
*Deluxe Edition includes "Solo" bonus track, and a DVD including 2 video clips ("The Way" and "Sweet Tea", plus documentary).
The first single from CALIFORNIA BREED, entitled "Sweet Tea", was released on March 20. View the official video below.
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