A Cinderella CD box set is to be released later this month.

Cinderella: The Mercury Years will bring together all four of the band’s studio albums: 1986’s Night Songs, 1988’s Long Cold Winter, 1990’s Heartbreak Station and 1994’s Still Climbing.

A fifth disc featuring b-sides and live cuts will also be included in the set.

The collection has been put together in collaboration with Cinderella vocalist and guitarist Tom Keifer and will be housed in a clamshell box. It’ll contain a 16-page booklet featuring a new interview with Keifer by journalist Malcolm Dome, where they discuss the band’s history and legacy.

The box set will be released on CD on September 28th via Caroline International and has been mastered from the original tapes – where available – by Andy Pearce.

Night Songs features classic Cinderella tracks including Nobody’s Fool, Shake Me and Somebody Save Me, while their more blues-orientated second album Long Cold Winter included Gypsy Road and Don’t Know What You Got (Till It’s Gone).

Heartbreak Station sold more than one million copies and was certified platinum and entered the US album charts at no. 19. Still Climbing was originally scheduled to launch in 1991, but was delayed until the winter of 1994.

Cinderella: The Mercury Years

CD 1: Night Songs

1. Night Songs​
2. Shake Me​
3. Nobody’s Fool​
4. Nothin’ For Nothin’​
5. Once Around the Ride​
6. Hell, On Wheels​
7. Somebody Save Me​
8. In From The Outside​
9. Push, Push​
10. Back Home Again​
11. Nobody’s Fool (Single Edit)
12. Shake Me (Single B-Side)
13. Galaxy Blues (Single B-Side)
14. Night Songs (Single B-Side)

CD 2: Long Cold Winter

1. Bad Seamstress Blues / Fallin’ Apart at The Seams​
2. Gypsy Road​
3. Don’t Know What You Got (Till It’s Gone)​
4. The Last Mile​
5. Second Wind​
6. Long Cold Winter​
7. If You Don’t Like It​
8. Coming Home​
9. Fire And Ice​
10. Take Me Back​
11. Don’t Know What You Got (Till It’s Gone) (Single Edit)
12. Coming Home (Single Edit)

CD 3: Heartbreak Station

1. The More Things Change​
2. Love’s Got Me Doin’ Time​
3. Shelter Me​
4. Heartbreak Station​
5. Sick For The Cure​
6. One For Rock and Roll​
7. Dead Man’s Road​
8. Make Your Own Way​
9. Electric Love​
10. Love Gone Bad​
11. Winds of Change​
12. Shelter Me (Radio Edit)
13. Move Over (Greatest Hits)
14. War Stories (Greatest Hits)

CD 4: Still Climbing

1. Bad Attitude Shuffle​
2. All Comes Down​
3. Talk Is Cheap​
4. Hard To Find the Words​
5. Blood From A Stone​
6. Still Climbing​
7. Freewheelin​
8. Through The Rain​
9. Easy Come Easy Go​
10. The Road’s Still Long​
11. Hot & Bothered​

CD 5: Live B-Side

1. Jumping Jack Flash (Single B-Side​)
2. Nobody’s Fool (Single B-Side​)​
3. Push Push (Single B-Side​)
4. Once Around The Ride (Single B-Side​)
5. Somebody Save Me (Single B-Side​)
6. In From The Outside (Single B-Side​)
7. Rock Me Baby / Bring It On Home (Single B-Side​)
8. Second Wind (Single B-Side​)
9. The More Things Change (Japanese live EP)
10. Somebody Save Me (Japanese live EP)
11. Heartbreak Station (Japanese live EP)
12. Don’t Know What You Got (Till It’s Gone) (Japanese live EP)
13. Gypsy Road (Japanese live EP)
14. Shake Me (Japanese live EP)

source: Classic Rock via loudersound.com

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Scott Munro of Classic Rock reports:

Michael Schenker has ruled out any possibility of playing with UFO on their farewell tour.

Frontman Phil Mogg – the band’s only ever-present member – announced his decision to retire from UFO earlier this year and will bow out following a 50th anniversary tour in 2019.

Many fans would like to see former members make guest appearances during the dates in the UK and Ireland, but the guitarist won’t be one of them and he’s explained exactly why he won’t take part – not even at the all-star jam on the final night of the tour at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on April 4th.

He tells Classic Rock, “Bands like UFO and the Scorpions are trying to fool the audience, and I’m not a part of that world. It’s becoming a trend to make a big deal about playing last shows, and those bands do it because they can’t get anywhere in a normal way.

I returned the UFO name to Phil Mogg in 2003 – it was a precious gift that I gave him for free and he didn’t even thank me. Why should I show up with UFO again?

For me, UFO only exists with the original five members, plus producer Ron Nevison. Phil calls his current band UFO, but it isn’t UFO. If he shows me no respect or appreciation, why would I do that for him?”

Schenker and Mogg both live in Sussex, England, with the guitarist saying that they see each other often – but haven’t spoken recently.

Schenker says, “When I use a zebra crossing, Phil’s there walking his dog. Or I see him in Morrison’s queuing up to buy a Lotto ticket. Or he’s going up the hill on his racing bike. It’s like a comedy. But we haven’t actually spoken for quite a while.”

The full interview with Schenker will feature in an upcoming issue of Classic Rock magazine.

UFO’s Last Orders – 50th anniversary tour will begin at The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh, on March 29yj and conclude with a set at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on April 4th.

source: Classic Rock via loudersound.com

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As previously reported, a Gary Moore tribute titled Moore Blues For Gary, and featuring artists such as Steve Lukather, Danny Bowes, Glenn Hughes, Joe Lynn Turner, Steve Morse, John Sykes, Neil Carter, Doug Aldrich, Eric Singer and more, will be released on October 26th.

The song Still Got The Blues (For You) featuring Danny Bowes (vocals), John Sykes (guitar), Don Airey (keyboards), Bob Daisley (bass), Rob Grosser (drums), can be streamed below.

Moore Blues For Gary is the brainchild of Bob Daisley (Rainbow, Ozzy Osbourne), who had played bass with Moore since the early Eighties.

“In my opinion, Gary was one of the best guitarists who ever lived,” Bob Daisley said in a statement. “It was an honor for me to have worked with him and to have known him so well.”

Daisley continued, “When Gary passed away in 2011, the world lost one of the all-time greats. I don’t think that enough was said or done at the time to acknowledge the loss of such a great player so I took it upon myself to pay personal tribute to the man and record some new versions of his music, mostly from his blues catalog.

I asked many members of the Gary Moore family tree, and some other great players, to contribute to the project. The response was not only encouraging but very moving. It seems that the name Gary Moore is also synonymous with the words ‘respect,’ ‘honor’ and ‘greatness.’

I didn’t set out to recreate anything that Gary had done, or to compete in any way. These arrangements and performances represent a ‘hats off’ to Gary and nothing more.

Long live the memory of Robert William Gary Moore. Yes, he was another ‘Bob’ — something that I wasn’t aware of for all of those years that I worked with him.

I feel such gratitude towards the people who contributed to this album and I’m honored to have worked with them all.”

To read more about this special project, and to view a track listing, please click here.

additional source: guitarworld.com

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Led Zeppelin was at the peak of its powers on July 27TH-29TH 1973 when the band’s performances at New York’s Madison Square Garden were recorded for the concert film, The Song Remains The Same. The soundtrack to the film, produced by Jimmy Page, was originally released on Swan Song in 1976.

The band continues revisiting their live canon with a new edition of the soundtrack to The Song Remains The Same that features newly remastered audio. Available today worldwide, this release follows the recent reissue of their live album How The West Was Won, and rounds out the deluxe reissue series of their classic albums that began in 2014, building to the band’s 50th anniversary celebration slated to commence later this year. Coincidentally, John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant played their first live show together, under the moniker “The New Yardbirds” at the time, 50 years ago today, on September 7, 1968.

The Song Remains The Same is available in multiple formats from Atlantic/Swan Song, including the full album’s debut in hi-res 5.1 surround sound on Blu-ray. The Super Deluxe Boxed Set is the most exquisite and elaborate release in the reissue series, recreating the intricate embossing of the set’s original issue and will also mark the first time the full length film and soundtrack have been available in the same package. On the 4-LP set, Page made a change to the track sequence, allowing the epic, 29-minute version of “Dazed And Confused” to be featuring in its entirety on one side of vinyl for the first time.

• CD – Remastered audio on two CDs, plus 24-page booklet.
• Vinyl – Remastered audio on four 180-gram vinyl LPs, plus 28-page booklet.
• Blu-Ray Audio – 96kHz/24 bit 5.1 (DTS-HD Master Audio Surround) and stereo mixes
(PCM Stereo and DTS-HD Master Audio Stereo). Video performances of four songs not in
the original film: Celebration Day, Over The Hills And Far Away, Misty Mountain
, and The Ocean. (All with 5.1 audio)
• Streaming & Digital Download – Remastered audio.
• Super Deluxe Boxed Set
o Remastered audio on two CDs and four 180-gram vinyl LPs.
o Two DVD set of the The Song Remains The Same featuring the full theatrical
version of the film plus bonus content including four performance outtakes that
were not part of the original film: Celebration Day, Over The Hills And Far
, Misty Mountain Hop, and The Ocean.
o DVD of the entire album in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround and PCM Stereo, plus
photo gallery.
o High-def download card of all stereo audio content at 96kHz/24 bit.
o A 28-page book featuring band photos and stills from the film and an essay by
Cameron Crowe.
o A replica of the Japanese program from 1977, previously available only when the
film first toured cinemas in that country.
o High-quality print of the original album cover, the first 30,000 of which will be
individually numbered.

The Song Remains The Same Soundtrack:

CD And Digital Track Listing:

1. Rock And Roll
2. Celebration Day
3. Black Dog
4. Over The Hills And Far Away
5. Misty Mountain Hop
6. Since I’ve Been Loving You
7. No Quarter
8. The Song Remains The Same
9. The Rain Song
10. The Ocean
11. Dazed And Confused
12. Stairway To Heaven”
13. Moby Dick
14. Heartbreaker
15. Whole Lotta Love

LP Track Listing:

LP One:

1. Rock And Roll
2. Celebration Day
3. Black Dog
4. Over The Hills And Far Away
5. Misty Mountain Hop
6. Since I’ve Been Loving You
7. The Ocean

LP Two:

1. The Song Remains The Same
2. The Rain Song
3. No Quarter

LP Three:

1. Dazed And Confused
2. Moby Dick

LP Four:

1. Stairway To Heaven
2. Heartbreaker
3. Whole Lotta Love

The Song Remains The Same is the soundtrack to the legendary concert film of the same name, which was released in 1976. The performances in the film were recorded July 27-29, 1973 at Madison Square Garden during the band’s tour for its then-current studio album, Houses Of The Holy. The two-CD and four-LP collections are packed with electrifying live versions of Zep classics like Rock and Roll, Stairway To Heaven, No Quarter, Moby Dick, Dazed And Confused, and Celebration Day.

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Greta Van Fleet – Jake Kiszka/guitars, Sam Kiszka/bass & keys, Josh Kiszka/vocals, and Danny Wagner/drums – is very proud to announce the upcoming release of the band’s debut album, Anthem of The Peaceful Army, due out October 19th on Lava/Republic Records. The album is available for pre-order now by going here. Fans who pre-order the album will receive an instant grat track, the brand new song Watching Over, that you can check out here.

Collectively written by all four band members, the ten original songs explore a variety of topics that include fresh starts, love, integrity, innocence, adventure, diversity and peace, the life cycle and its inherent responsibilities, courage, masked deceptions, revolution, and truth. Blending rock, soul and blues, Jake’s blazing guitar riffs, Josh’s soaring, powerful vocals, Danny’s thunderous drums, and Sam’s swaggering baselines and keys create a menagerie of musical elements throughout.

The first single from Anthem of the Peaceful Army, When The Curtain Falls, arrived at rock radio on August 15th and is already a Top 10 track with more than 13-million total audio streams. The song’s companion music video has surpassed 1.7-million views and can be seen below.

The tracklisting for Anthem of the Peaceful Army is as follows:

1. Age of Man
2. The Cold Wind
3. When The Curtain Falls
4. Watching Over
5. Lover Leaver (Taker Believer)
6. You’re The One
7. The New Day
8. Mountain of the Sun
9. Brave New World
10. Anthem

Music fans were first introduced to Greta Van Fleet in March 2017 with the release of the band’s debut single Highway Tune that held the #1 position on U.S. Rock Radio Charts for five consecutive weeks and on Canada’s Active Rock Radio Charts for nine straight weeks. For Greta Van Fleet, 2017 went on to be a wild ride of sold-out concerts in North America and Europe, glowing press, accolades from a slew of fellow artists from Elton John to Nikki Sixx to Justin Bieber, millions of YouTube video plays and Spotify streams, two #1 EPs, and most importantly, the genesis of an extraordinary connection with their fans.

For more information, visit gretavanfleet.com.

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KISS bassist/singer Gene Simmons, who is currently in Australia on a solo tour, apparently took a swipe at his bandmate Paul Stanley while onstage.

Video posted to YouTube by fans who attended one of Simmons’ recent solo concerts, which featured Ace Frehley, shows the bassist calling “Bulls**t” on his fellow KISS co-founder before bringing some VIP fans on stage to sing Rock and Roll All Nite.

“We need some help though; we can’t sing the song by ourselves,” Simmons told the audience, before adding sarcastically. “‘Cause I’m 69 and I’ve lost my voice.”

What’s more, this wasn’t even the only time on this tour that Simmons called out Stanley — who, by the way, had surgery in 2011 to help fix “recurring vocal cord issues.”

“I’ll sing everything,” Simmons said in another video. “Because my voice always works. I don’t lose my voice. I don’t lose my voice…Paul Stanley.”

After a long pause, and some surprised oohs from the crowd, he added, “No, I love him.”

Simmons’ apparent amusement with Stanley’s vocal cords comes off as more than a bit caustic.

Hear Eddie’s thoughts below, as well.

[Dana’s note: Thank you, to Robert Davenport, for alerting me to this news].

additional source: iheart.com

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