Thursday, July 27, 2017

Alice Cooper releases new album 'Paranormal' tomorrow

Here are all the details - as well as the cover artwork - for Alice Cooper's new album Paranormal that will be released tomorrow (Friday, July 28, 2017)...


As previously announced, Paranormal is out tomorrow, July 28, on earMUSIC and can be pre-ordered via Amazon and iTunes today. The album features two songs written and recorded with the original members of the Alice Cooper band and also boasts guest appearances by ZZ Top guitarist Billy GibbonsU2 drummer Larry Mullen and Roger Glover of Deep PurpleParanormal was produced by long-time collaborator Bob Ezrin (Pink FloydDeep Purple). 

In addition to the new studio album and the two new recordings from the original Alice Cooper band, fans will receive a bonus of 6 live tracks recorded at one of Cooper's 2016 shows in Columbus, OH. Head here to check out the new Paranormal photo app and insert yourself onto the album cover. There will also be a limited run of blood-red vinyl available at indie retailers across the country. Listen to samples of each track from the album below via the embedded link.




"...[Paranormal]'s got enough fist-shaking brainbangers to get us through the summer..." - Team Rock

"It's the middle of summer, but school is back in session as Alice Cooper teaches us how it's done." - The Washington Post

"Alice Cooper is America's most beloved villain" - AXS

"There's almost no other rockers of Alice's vintage that could pull off such a feat. Sharpen up the guillotine, folks; he ain't done yet." - Paste Magazine

He'll join up with Deep Purple beginning in August. Highlights include The Greek in Los Angeles on August 13 and Jones Beach on August 26. Alice Cooper is on a world tour throughout 2017. Full North American tour dates below.

For more information visit www.alicecooper.com


Photo credit: Rob Fenn
TRACK LISTING:
Paranormal
2. Dead Flies
3. Fireball
5. Fallen In Love
6. Dynamite Road
7. Private Public Breakdown
8. Holy Water
9. Rats
10. The Sound of A

New studio recordings with the original Alice Cooper band:
11. Genuine American Girl 
12. You And All Of Your Friends
Live in Columbus, Ohio, May 6th, 2016 with the current Alice Cooper band:
13. No More Mr. Nice Guy
14. Under My Wheels
15. Billion Dollar Babies
16. Feed My Frankenstein
17. Only Women Bleed
18. School's Out

WITH DEEP PURPLE:
Aug 12 - Chelsea Theater at The Cosmopolitan - Las Vegas, NV
Aug 13 - The Greek - Los Angeles, CA 
Aug 15 - AK Chin Pavilion - Phoenix, AZ
Aug 16 - Isletta Amphitheatre - Albuquerque, NM
Aug 18 - Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion - Houston, TX
Aug 19 - Gexa Energy Pavilion - Dallas, TX
Aug 21 - Chastain Park Amphitheatre - Atlanta, GA
Aug 23 - Jiffy Lube Live - Bristow, VA
Aug 24 - BB&T Pavilion - Camden, NJ
Aug 26 - Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre - Wantagh, NY
Aug 27 - Xfinity Center - Boston, MA
Aug 28  P.N.C. Bank Arts Center - Holmdel, NJ
Aug 30 - Klipsch Amphitheater - Indianapolis, IN
Sept 01 - KeyBank Pavilion - Pittsburgh, PA
Sept 02 - Molson Canadian Amphitheatre - Toronto, ON
Sept 03 - DTE Energy Music Theatre - Detroit, MI
Sept 06 - Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre - Chicago, IL
Sept 08 - Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre - St. Louis, MO
Sept 09 - Blossom Music Center - Cleveland, OH
Sept 10 - Riverbend Music Center - Cincinnati, OH

ABOUT ALICE COOPER'S PARANORMAL:
By Brad Tolinski

"PARANORMAL is like 12 great episodes of The Twilight Zone," laughs Alice Cooper, "each song tells its own twisted little tale."
            
Yes, the inimitable King of Shock Rock is back with his first album of original material in six years. It's a weird and wonderful collection of guitar-driven delights, but what else would you expect from the composer of beautifully warped classics like "Under My Wheels," "I'm Eighteen" and "Billion Dollar Babies"?
            
Produced by long-time collaborator Bob Ezrin (Pink Floyd, Deep Purple), and featuring guests like ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons, U2 drummer Larry Mullen Jr., Deep Purple bassist Roger Glover, as well as a highly anticipated mini-reunion of the original Alice Cooper band members, Paranormalis full of surprises and riveting turns.

"My definition of paranormal is something that is 'other than normal' or 'alongside of normal'," says Cooper. "You could say my whole career has been that. I would look at what was normal and step left of it. That's what gets people's attention. They'd listen to our music and see our show and say, 'That's so strange...oh yeah, that's so Alice."
          
In keeping with his passion for the unexpected, the singer decided to steer clear of writing another concept album like 2011's Welcome 2 My Nightmare, and focused on creating an explosive collection of unforgettable standalone songs.
            
"Bob Ezrin and I wanted to break the mold," says Alice. "I said, let's get 20 different ideas from 20 different places, put our spin on them, and go with whatever turns out the best."
            
Out of the 20 tunes, they picked a dozen to immortalize, each played for thrills, chills and even a few laughs. "Dynamite Road" tells the story of a band that has a deadly encounter with the devil. In "Fireball," the singer has a bad dream about the end of the world, only to wake up in time to see it happening in real life. "Genuine American Girl" is about a tough guy who is transgender and not afraid to let the world know about it, and the title track is the tender story about a girl and her best ghoul friend.
            
 "Alice doesn't have a problem being scary," Cooper says about his rock and roll alter ego. "He likes to be a villain, but he also has a slapstick side. He'll threaten to slit your throat, and then slip on a banana peel."
            
Banana peels aside, perhaps the biggest surprise on Paranormal is the historic two-song mini-reunion with his former bandmates, guitarist Michael Bruce, bassist Dennis Dunaway and drummer Neal Smith.
            
"When the original band broke up in 1975, there was no bad blood," explains Cooper.  "There were no lawsuits-we had just burned out the creative process. We had gone to high school together and had recorded something like five Platinum albums in a row. We were never out of sight of each other for 10 years. Everybody just went their own way. Neal, Dennis and I always stayed in touch. Mike disappeared for a while and Glen Buxton passed away in 1997, which was a big blow."

"But last year Neal called me up and said, 'I have a couple of songs.' I said great, bring 'em over. Then he said Mike was stopping by, so I had them come to my house and we just worked on a few things for a week. Then Dennis called up and said, I got a couple songs. So, I thought, hey let's do this! When you listen to record, it just fits right in."
            
One could argue that the two songs, "Genuine American Girl" and the Who-inspired "You and All Your Friends," do more than fit in. They stand out, as in their iconic sound being instantly recognizable.
            
Like any great entertainer, Alice Cooper is compelled to over deliver. In addition to the 12 new tracks on Paranormal, the singer has included a bonus disc of his current band playing killer live versions of some of The Coop's greatest hits, such as "No More Mr. Nice Guy," "Billion Dollar Babies" and "School's Out." Think of it as a taste of what to expect at an Alice Cooper concert circa 2017, including a summer co-headline North American tour with the equally legendary Deep Purple.
           
"This album is like the sideshow at a circus," Cooper concludes. "It's a little creepy. There's a three-headed monkey and the snake woman, but you're intrigued. That's where Alice lives, and it's been the place to go for 50years."
 

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Gregg Allman new album news

Very exciting news with today's announcement that another studio album featuring the late, great Gregg Allman (who passed away in May 2017) is on its way later this summer...


Rounder Records to release Gregg Allman's final studio album
'Southern Blood' on Friday, September 8, 2017
Don Was-produced collection serves as remarkable farewell for groundbreaking Rock & Roll Hall of Famer

LEGENDARY ARTIST'S LAST RECORDING FEATURES ONE ORIGINAL AND SONGS BY
BOB DYLAN, JACKSON BROWNE, JERRY GARCIA, WILLIE DIXON
NPR PREMIERES "MY ONLY TRUE FRIEND"
PRE-ORDERS AVAILABLE NOW
LIMITED-EDITION NUMBERED DOUBLE-SIDED PICTURE DISC AVAILABLE AUGUST 4TH


Rounder Records has announced the release date for Gregg Allman's final studio album. SOUTHERN BLOOD arrives everywhere on Friday, September 8thNPR premiered the album's first song, "My Only True Friend" today.

Gregg Allman painting by Vincent Castiglia
SOUTHERN BLOOD will be available for pre-order beginning today July 26. A special and unique part of the deluxe package and the first run of the vinyl will be the inclusion of a painting that Allman and his daughter Layla commissioned from visual artist Vincent Castiglia. The beautiful portrait Castiglia painted was made with Gregg's actual blood in the paint. The process served as inspiration for the album title. On August 4, a limited edition numbered double-sided picture disc will be available at local record shops or with pre-orders of the album via greggallman.com.

SOUTHERN BLOOD serves as a remarkable final testament from an artist whose contributions have truly shaped rock & roll throughout the past four decades. Allman's first all-new recording since 2011's GRAMMY® Award-nominated solo landmark, LOW COUNTRY BLUESthe album is among the most uniquely personal of the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer's career, an emotionally expansive collection of songs written by friends and favorite artists including Jackson Browne, Willie Dixon, Jerry Garcia & Robert Hunter, Lowell George and Spooner Oldham & Dan Penn, meant to serve as a salutary farewell to his legion of devoted fans and admirers. Allman collaborated on his closing project with manager and dear friend Michael Lehman andGRAMMY® Award-winning producer Don Was, a longtime acquaintance and staunch supporter committed to helping the rock icon actualize his very specific aspirations.
"As his producer, I was dedicated to helping Gregg crystallize his vision for the record and to help make sure that this vision made it to the tape," says Was. "He was a musical hero of mine and, in later years, had become a good friend. The gravitas of this particular situation was not lost on me. Gregg was a sweet, humble man with a good heart and good intentions and it was a great honor to help him put his musical affairs in order and say a proper farewell."
Allman, well aware his time was short, approached the project with an unambiguously realistic agenda. High atop his list of goals was to capture the sound of the ultimate Gregg Allman Band in full flight, considering them the tightest knit combo of all the line-ups that had backed him over his 40+ year solo career. Despite his ongoing health issues, the Gregg Allman Band had picked up right where the Allman Brothers Band left off in 2015, spending nearly two years on the road with tour highlights including the now-annual Allman-curated Laid Back Festival. 2015's two disc CD/DVD set, BACK TO MACON GA, immortalized Allman and his eight-member band's floor-shaking live power but their leader was determined to see what the group could do within the confines of the studio.
"Gregg was very excited to be in the studio," says Lehman. "He was especially thrilled to be recording this studio album with his solo band - he was so proud of them and loved the sound that they produced together. Gregg felt close to every single one of them.  The Gregg Allman Band was like a family or a well oiled machine, always knowing what the other band members were thinking and doing."
"The Gregg Allman Band enabled him to realize a sound that he'd been hearing in his head for decades but was previously unable to achieve. We talked a lot about his first solo LP, LAID BACK - what would that type of album sound like in the modern era played by these cats and fronted by an older and wiser Gregg Allman?"
A further key to Allman's vision for SOUTHERN BLOOD was his decision to record at the world-renowned FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. Alongside its own fabled history, the legendary studio occupied a momentous place in Allman's personal back pages.
"A constant discussion during all of my nearly 15 years working with Gregg was his desire to return to Muscle Shoals," Lehman says. "He always would talk about how he needed to get back to FAME Studios to bring him full circle."
"Muscle Shoals is hallowed musical ground," says Was. "FAME was the place where Gregg's brother Duane first started making waves in the music world and where the earliest seeds of The Allman Brothers Band were sown in a back room during their first, seminal rehearsals. Duane's presence is still ubiquitous in that building. Recording there was Gregg's way of making his spirit a part of this album, in the same way that his spirit continued to be part of Gregg's life."
Brother Duane's presence courses through SOUTHERN BLOOD, from Jackson Browne's "Song For Adam" - the final verse of which Was says reminded Gregg of his older brother's premature passing - to the funk-fried "Blind Bats and Swamp Rats," originally found on the Duane-produced TON-TON MACOUTE!, a lost classic from left-handed blues guitarist Johnny Jenkins. Allman, Was, and Lehman spent significant time plotting out SOUTHERN BLOOD, carefully selecting material that would capture the moment and simultaneously serve as a synopsis of an undeniably extraordinary life. Songs like Bob Dylan's haunting "Going, Going Gone" and Tim Buckley's immortal "Once I Was" allowed Allman a chance to look back over his time on Earth while also pondering the journey that lay ahead. 
"Gregg, Don and I listened to a lot of material," Lehman says.  "We went back and forth with each other to ultimately come up with songs that Gregg felt reflected his mood, where he was presently in life both on a personal level and professional level, as well as what would be on his fans' minds later on."
Allman was of course a gifted and evocative tunesmith in his own right, the award-winning author of such modern standards as "Midnight Rider," "It's Not My Cross To Bear," "Dreams," and "Whipping Post." SOUTHERN BLOOD is highlighted by one of the most candid tracks of his long songwriting career, "My Only True Friend," co-written with Gregg Allman Band guitarist/musical director Scott Sharrard.
"'My Only True Friend' was Gregg's attempt to contextualize the course of his life," says Was. "The man that his fans saw performing onstage was the essential Gregg Allman - he was whole and truly satisfied when he was up there playing music. The trials and troubles he faced in life were mostly the result of not knowing what to do with himself in between shows. In this song, he's addressing a woman and explaining that, although he loves her and doesn't want to face living his life alone, being away on the road and performing every night is his lifeblood. If you understand this about Gregg Allman, every other aspect of his life makes complete sense."
Sharrard - who also contributes his own show-stopping "Love Like Kerosene" - led the Gregg Allman Band through two weeks of recording, with all nine musicians playing together in the same room and Allman singing live vocals. Despite the undeniable "overtones of finality," the sessions proved both relaxed and fun for all involved. Though Allman's diminishing stamina caused the daily sessions to be shortened, he filled each moment in-studio with every ounce of signature Gregg fire and enthusiasm -- an intensity that prevailed to the very last note.
"Gregg was not feeling great," Lehman says, "but being a true professional, he gave it his all as usual. He hit the studio every day for about four or five hours and would typically nail one or two of the songs."
"Gregg was thrilled that the sound in his head was manifesting itself on the tape," Was says. "He didn't have all the lungpower of his younger self, but we felt that these raw, weathered performances were honest and compelling. We all agreed to leave them as they were on the day they were recorded. In the spirit of LAID BACK, Gregg wanted to hear things like background harmony vocals and reverb on his voice but this album is essentially a documentary of our two weeks in the studio.
"Even though I'd known Gregg for a while, I was still blown away to be there with him and to witness his genius up close. I can still remember being swept away by his performances. He was so deeply engaged with the music! Working closely with him reinforced and further enhanced my view that Gregg Allman was one of the greatest artists of this or any time."
Rich with emotional texture, historical connectivity, and purity of performance, SOUTHERN BLOOD would be a landmark Gregg Allman record under any circumstance, its powerful subject matter and passionate presentation as emblematic an expression of his distinctive art as any prior work in the Allman canon. Though his loss leaves a vast musical space that can never truly be filled, SOUTHERN BLOOD stands tall as a remarkable valedictory and memorial to a true giant of American music, now and forever.
About GREGG ALLMAN:
Gregg Allman was undoubtedly among rock and roll's greatest and most significant artists, his soul-fired and still utterly distinctive voice one of the defining sounds in all of American music. From his founding role in the one and only Allman Brothers Band to his long and storied solo career, Allman consistently proved himself to be an iconic singer/songwriter and exceptional practitioner of the American blues tradition. Allman accrued a remarkable list of honors over his five decade career, including the ABB's 1995 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award at the 54th Annual GRAMMY® Awards. Allman detailed his brilliant career in 2012's acclaimed memoir, My Cross To Bear. Now available in both hardcover and paperback, the New York Times bestseller chronicles an astonishing life and creative journey burdened by unimaginable loss, alcohol and drug addiction, told with clear-eyed wisdom and sharp hindsight.

Classic 1978 film 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonley Hearts Club Band' coming to Blu-ray on September 26, 2017

With 2017 marking the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," now comes the classic 1978 musical film of the same name on Sept. 26, 2017.  Here is the media release from Shout! Factory...


SGT. PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND
COMING TO BLU-RAY™ FROM SHOUT! FACTORY
SEPTEMBER 26, 2017


Los Angeles, CA – As the world celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Beatles groundbreaking album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Shout! Factory will release the film of the same name on Blu-ray™ on September 26, 2017, and is available for pre-order now on Shoutfactory.com and Amazon.com. Sit back and let the evening go with the 1978 musical spectacular featuring stunning reinterpretations of over twenty classic Beatles songs! Special features on Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band include an Audio Commentary with Pop Culture Historian Russell Dyball, Galleries and the Original Theatrical Trailer.

The one and only Billy Shears (multi-platinum recording artist Peter Frampton) and his best friends the Hendersons (Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Bee Gees) are four young men from the quaint little town of Heartland. With superstardom calling, this fabulous foursome leaves Heartland – and Billy’s beloved Strawberry Fields (Sandy Farina) – vulnerable to mean Mr. Mustard, who steals Sgt. Pepper’s magical instruments for a fiendish, “evil force that would poison young minds, pollute the environment, and subvert the democratic process.” It’s up to our heroes to save everything they hold dear with the power of music, kindness, and heart.

Featuring performances by Aerosmith, George Burns, Steve Martin, Earth, Wind & Fire, and more, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is a magical, musical tour through some of the greatest songs ever written, and an astounding time capsule of the late 70s unlike anything you’ve ever seen or heard.

Special Features:
·         Audio Commentary With Pop Culture Historian Russell Dyball
·         Original Theatrical Trailer

Classic Sounds Celebrated on New Releases

A stylish 1980's rock 'n' roll film, and a trio of musical tributes available on audio CD and digitally highlight a new crop of releases available now.


Title: Streets of Fire {Collector's Edition} (Shout! Factory)
You might like if you enjoy: The Blasters, the Fixx, the Shout! Factory collector's edition of the 1974 film "Phantom of the Paradise"
Tell me more: The two-disc Blu-ray collector's edition of Streets of Fire is cause for celebration for fans of the cult classic. Originally released in 1984, the film's catch phrase "A Rock & Roll Fable" plays out over each frame thanks to writer-director Walter Hill's sharp instincts, great on-screen performances (including Diane Lane, Michael Pare, Rick Moranis, Willem Dafoe and Amy Madigan) and songs penned by the Blasters (the band appears on screen playing two of their songs), Tom Petty & Belmont Tench, the Fixx and others. The look and style of the film artfully blends '50s cars and retro cityscapes with '80s hair styles and music video trappings of that era; the result is a look and feel that belongs to this fast-moving 93-minute movie alone. The 2K high-def transfer of the film looks and sounds fantastic and there are extras galore, including a new "The Making of Streets of Fire" documentary, vintage featurettes, a theatrical trailer and still gallery. Information: shoutfactory.com.


Title: Red Hot: A Memphis Celebration of Sun Records (Americana Music Society Records)
You might like if you enjoy: Early recordings featuring Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis; Bobby Rush
Tell me more: A love letter to Memphis' Sun Records and its founder Sam Phillips, Red Hot: A Memphis Celebration of Sun Records exudes a joyful and nostalgic spirit celebrating the groundbreaking sounds of the 1950s. A number of roots and Americana artists join forces across the 10-track title, revisiting classic tracks spanning blues, country and rockabilly and first forged by Carl Perkins (a great "Sure to Fall (In Love With You) featuring Valerie June, Jimbo Mathus and Amy LaVere), Johnny Cash (Alvin Youngblood kills "Folsom Prison Blues"), Howlin' Wolf ("Moaning' at Midnight" with Luther Dickinson and Lightnin' Malcolm) and other greats. Blues legend Bobby Rush, 83, is a direct link with the original icons who recorded in Memphis in the 1950s and delivers a rousing original "Tough Titty," a tribute to the late Junior "Mr. Blues" Parker. All proceeds from the Americana Music Society will benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Information: AmericanaSociety.org.



Artist: Stanton Moore: The Songs of Allen Toussaint
Title: With You In Mind (Cool Green Recordings / Mascot Label Group)
You might like if you enjoy: Allen Toussaint, Trombone Shorty, Dr. John
Tell me more: One of the late 20th century's leading American musical voices, Allen Toussaint (who died in November 2015 at age 77) was a musician, songwriter, arranger and record producer who helped spread the New Orleans R&B sound around the globe. The newly-issued tribute Stanton Moore: The Songs of Allen Toussaint celebrates Toussaint with 10 glorious selections produced by Moore (who also plays drums on the disc) that feature many of the players influenced by Toussaint's extensive artistic touch. The funky "Here Comes the Girls" kicks off the buoyant collection and features Cyril Neville (lead vocals, trombone) and Trombone Shorty (trombone solo) joining forces. Spiritual forays ("Life"), instrumentals (the rousing "Java" featuring Trombone Shorty, trumpeter Nicholas Payton and alto sax player Donald Harrison Jr.), ballads ("All These Things") and uptempo romps (the jazzy "Night People") are handled with an equal amount of energy and musical dexterity, all fully honoring the legacy and free wheeling spirit of the groundbreaking Gert Town, Louisiana native. Information: stantonmoore.com.



Artist: Robert Kraft Trio
Title: North Bishop Ave. (Resistor Record Co.)
You might like if you enjoy: Bill Withers, the James Hunter Six, Robert Cray
Tell me more: Austin-based singer-songwriter Robert Kraft has a smooth and soulful voice able to deliver deeply affecting material that draws comparisons with vocal greats such as Bill Withers and Marvin Gaye. On his new seven-song disc "North Bishop Ave." the Robert Kraft Trio (Kraft, guitarist JD Pendley, bassist Lindsay Greene) join forces with some great guest players and backing vocalists for upbeat material ("So Beautiful" and "I Want to Show You," both featuring some hot guitar work from Pendley), tender ballads ("Gotta Have You," "Alone With You") and a rhythmic cover of the 1950 Leon Payne song "You've Still Got a Place In My Heart." Fans of traditional smooth soul, Motown and R&B will love this album. Information: TheRobertKraftTrio.com.


Robert Kinsler

The Waterboys' 'Out Of All This Blue' coming; listen to new track too!

I count The Waterboys' 1985 album This Is The Sea and 1989's Fisherman's Blues as two of my favorite '80s albums. I also loved Mike Scott & company's wonderful 2011 album "An Appointment with Mr Yeats" with 14 tracks crafted amidst the poetry of W.B. Yeats. I can't wait to hear the band's new album based on the terrific song "If the Answer is Yeah."...



The Waterboys release the groovy, infectious track, "If The Answer Is Yeah" 

New Double Album 'Out of All This Blue' is out September 8, 2017


The Waterboys have announced their brand new double album entitled Out Of All This Blue, available September 8 via BMG. This is their debut album with BMG since recently signing with the label. In advance of the album, The Waterboys have released their first single "If The Answer Is Yeah" - bound to make heads nod... and there's no "No" for an answer! The track is availabletoday for download and streaming. You can listen to the official audio below.


Mike Scott
Produced by Mike Scott and recorded in Dublin and TokyoOut Of All This Blue will be available on digital, double CD, and double LP formats, plus deluxe triple CD and LP packages, which include bonus tracks. CLICK HERE to pre-order. 

Out Of All This Blue is The Waterboys' most exploratory recording yet, comprising 23 songs with Mike Scott's trademark sharp lyrics set to pop music with echoes of classic R&B, country, soul and funk, underpinned by modern hip-hop production values and rhythms. String & brass sections were arranged and conducted by Trey Pollard of The Spacebomb Collective.

Of the record, Mike Scott explains: "Out Of All This Blue is 2/3 love and romance, and 1/3 stories and observations. I knew from the beginning I wanted to make a double album, and lucky for me - and I hope the listener - the songs just kept coming, and in pop colors."

The Waterboys – Out Of All This Blue




Official Tracklisting:
01. Do We Choose Who We Love 
02. If I Was Your Boyfriend 
03. Santa Fe 
04. If the Answer Is Yeah*
05. Love Walks In 
06. New York I Love You 
07. The Connemara Fox 
08. The Girl in the Window Chair 
09. Morning Came Too Soon 
10. Hiphopstrumental 4 (Scatman) 
11. The Hammerhead Bar 
12. Mister Charisma 
    13. Nashville, Tennessee 
14. Man, What a Woman 
15. Girl in a Kayak 
16. Monument 
17. Kinky's History Lesson 
18. Skyclad Lady 
19. Rokudenashiko 
20. Didn't We Walk on Water 
21. The Elegant Companion 
22. Yamaben 
23. Payo Payo Chin 

*Available Now!

Bonus Tracks:
01. The Memphis Fox 
02. If the Answer Is Yeah (Alternate Version) 
03. If I Was Your Boyfriend (Zeenie Mix) 
04. Epiphany on Mott Street 
05. Didn't We Walk on Water (JessKav Mix) 
06. Santa Fe (Instrumental) 
07. Payo Payo Chin (Tokyo Hotel) 
08. Return to Roppongi Hills 
09. Nashville, Tennessee (Live) 
10. Mister Charisma (Alternate Version) 
11. So in Love with You 

Album Pre-Order


This Fall, The Waterboys will tour the UK in support of Out Of All This Blue with dates as follows:

10/18 - Bristol Colston Hall - Tickets
10/19 - Birmingham Symphony Hall - Tickets
10/21 - London Palladium - Tickets
10/22 - Manchester Opera House - Tickets
10/23 - Sage Gateshead - Tickets
10/24 - Glasgow SEC Armadillo - Tickets
10/26 - Dublin 3Arena - Tickets

For more information and tour updates, follow The Waterboys at:
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