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180 gram vinyl LP pressing, includes digital download. Dust & Bones showcases Gary Hoey's fender stratocaster-driven fury, alongside open-d-tuned resonator guitars, plugged into half-stacks. The massive sonic attack was essential for paying sincere and appropriate homage to some of Hoey's influences, including Johnny Winter ("Steamroller"), Robin Trower ("This Time Tomorrow"), and Brian Setzer ("Who's Your Daddy"), as well as a thrill-a-minute mash up of Robert Johnson meets Led Zeppelin ("Boxcar Blues"). There's also a classic power ballad ("Coming Home") where Lita Ford sings a duet with Hoey.
180 gram vinyl LP pressing, includes digital download. Dust & Bones showcases Gary Hoey's fender stratocaster-driven fury, alongside open-d-tuned resonator guitars, plugged into half-stacks. The massive sonic attack was essential for paying sincere and appropriate homage to some of Hoey's influences, including Johnny Winter ("Steamroller"), Robin Trower ("This Time Tomorrow"), and Brian Setzer ("Who's Your Daddy"), as well as a thrill-a-minute mash up of Robert Johnson meets Led Zeppelin ("Boxcar Blues"). There's also a classic power ballad ("Coming Home") where Lita Ford sings a duet with Hoey.
819873013563

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Format: Vinyl
Label: PROVOGUE
Rel. Date: 07/29/2016
UPC: 819873013563

Dust & Bones [Vinyl]
Artist: Gary Hoey
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $11.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Boxcar Blues
2. Who's Your Daddy
3. Born to Love You
4. Dust ; Bones
5. Steamroller (Tribute to Johnny Winter)
6. Coming Home (Featuring Lita Ford)
7. Ghost of Yesterday
8. This Time Tomorrow
9. Back Up Against the Wall 1
10. Blind Faith 1
11. Soul Surfer

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180 gram vinyl LP pressing, includes digital download. Dust & Bones showcases Gary Hoey's fender stratocaster-driven fury, alongside open-d-tuned resonator guitars, plugged into half-stacks. The massive sonic attack was essential for paying sincere and appropriate homage to some of Hoey's influences, including Johnny Winter ("Steamroller"), Robin Trower ("This Time Tomorrow"), and Brian Setzer ("Who's Your Daddy"), as well as a thrill-a-minute mash up of Robert Johnson meets Led Zeppelin ("Boxcar Blues"). There's also a classic power ballad ("Coming Home") where Lita Ford sings a duet with Hoey.
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