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Submitted by Pär Winberg on 2007-07-24
Frankie Banali Tribute To Led Zeppelin

QUIET RIOT DRUMMER FRANKIE BANALI TO RELEASE THE TRIBUTE TO LED ZEPPELIN

"24/7/365 THE TRIBUTE TO LED ZEPPELIN" Frankie Banali & Friends will be released on September 18, 2007 via RSM Records distributed by the MVD Entertainment group.

Frankie Banali and his musical friends pay tribute to the legendary Led Zeppelin on 24/7/365. This release finds Banali along with bassist Tony Franklin working with a rotating cast of vocalists and guitarists.

According to Frankie Banali, "the album is dedicated with love and respect to the memory of John Henry Bonham - May 31, 1948 / September 25, 1980, and it has truly been a labor of love."

Sample MP3 audio tracks and partial CD art can be found at the following location: http://www.frankie-banali.com/LZ-Tribute.html

Track
Listing/Features:
THE WANTON SONG
FOUR STICKS
KASHMIR
OUT ON THE TILES
RAMBLE ON
THE OCEAN
THE IMMIGRANT SONG
ROYAL ORLEANS
GALLOWS POLE
CUSTARD PIE
WHEN THE LEVEE BREAKS
(THEY WERE) THE EYE OF GOD
The Rhythm Section:
Frankie Banali/Drums and Percussion
Tony Franklin/Bass (The Firm/Blue Murder)

The Vocalists:

Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple/Black Sabbath) - Bobby Kimball (Toto) Don Dokken (Dokken) - Jeff Scott Soto (Yngwie Malmsteen/Journey) - Alex Ligertwood (Santana) - Kevin DuBrow (Quiet Riot) - Robin McCauley (Michael Schenker/MSG) - Mark Boals (Yngwie Malmsteen) - Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt/Quiet Riot) - Chas West (Bonham/Lynchmob)

The Guitarists:
Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake) - Gilby Clarke (Guns N Roses)
Bruce Kulick (Kiss) - Reb Beach (Winger) - Bill Leverty (Firehouse) - Steve Fister (Lita Ford) - Neil Citron (Hero)

Additional Musicians:
Michael Lardie/Keyboards (Night Ranger/Great White)
Neil Citron/Additional Keyboards

Recorded & Mixed by Grammy Award Winning Engineer Neil Citron For Red Samurai Music.

Produced by Frankie Banali


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