AEROSMITH: Four Complete 'Bobo' Tracks Posted Online
Sony Music has posted four complete cuts from AEROSMITH's much-anticipated blues album, "Honkin' on Bobo", in streaming Windows Media format. Check them out:
01. Road Runner (Windows Media)
02. Baby Please Don't Go (Windows Media)
03. You Gotta Move (Windows Media)
04. Stop Messin' Around (Windows Media)
As previously reported, the disc, due on March 30 through Columbia, will feature classic blues songs by MUDDY WATERS, FISHER/HOPKINS, BLIND WILLIE MCTELL and others done AEROSMITH-style, and one original, a track called "The Grind" (a.k.a. "Into The Grind")
All songs were produced by Tyler, Perry with Jack Douglas except "Baby, Please Don't Go" and "Stop Messin' Around", which were produced by Tyler, Perry and Frederiksen. The album was mixed by Marti Frederiksen at Pandora's Box and the Attic and was mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering in Portland, ME.
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