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post Aug 31 2014, 03:17 PM
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Not sure if there already have been a post about this, but I couldn't find any, so excuse me if there already is one!

Either ways, for those that don't know, Paul Gilbert recently released a new album 'Stone Pushing Uphill Man'

Musicradar.com - Paul Gilbert talks: Stone Pushing Uphill Man track-by-track

Tracks
01. Working for the Weekend (Originally recorded by Loverboy)
02. Back in the Saddle (Originally recorded by Aerosmith)
03. I Got the Feelin' (Originally recorded by James Brown)
04. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Originally recorded by Elton John)
05. Why Don't We Do It In the Road? (Originally recorded by the Beatles)
06. Shock Absorber
07. Purple Without All the Red
08. Murder By Numbers (Originally recorded by the Police)
09. My Girl (Originally recorded by Eric Carmen)
10. Wash Me Clean (Originally recorded by K.D. Lang)
11. Stone Pushing Uphill Man (Non-instrumental)



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post Sep 1 2014, 08:16 AM
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So it's only one song we have to endure his singing?


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post Sep 2 2014, 12:17 AM
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Thanks for the post!! smile.gif I always like hearing his new stuff.


QUOTE (Qenzoz @ Aug 31 2014, 10:17 AM) *
Not sure if there already have been a post about this, but I couldn't find any, so excuse me if there already is one!

Either ways, for those that don't know, Paul Gilbert recently released a new album 'Stone Pushing Uphill Man'

Musicradar.com - Paul Gilbert talks: Stone Pushing Uphill Man track-by-track

Tracks
01. Working for the Weekend (Originally recorded by Loverboy)
02. Back in the Saddle (Originally recorded by Aerosmith)
03. I Got the Feelin' (Originally recorded by James Brown)
04. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Originally recorded by Elton John)
05. Why Don't We Do It In the Road? (Originally recorded by the Beatles)
06. Shock Absorber
07. Purple Without All the Red
08. Murder By Numbers (Originally recorded by the Police)
09. My Girl (Originally recorded by Eric Carmen)
10. Wash Me Clean (Originally recorded by K.D. Lang)
11. Stone Pushing Uphill Man (Non-instrumental)




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post Sep 2 2014, 02:23 AM
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Haha, that's one way to put it, but yeah! But I also think that he's singing fits that song & it's mostly just in the beginning of the song.
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So it's only one song we have to endure his singing?


No problem! smile.gif, yeah I like this album a lot, especially Back in the Saddle & Why Don't We Do It in the Road.
He's guitar tone/sound just seems to get better & better for each album.
QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Sep 2 2014, 01:17 AM) *
Thanks for the post!! smile.gif I always like hearing his new stuff.



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