Living The Dream (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators) Slash
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- 1The Call Of The Wild (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)03:59
- 2Serve You Right (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)05:11
- 3My Antidote (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)04:16
- 4Mind Your Manners (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)03:37
- 5Lost Inside The Girl (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)06:29
- 6Read Between The Lines (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)03:36
- 7Slow Grind (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)03:35
- 8The One You Loved Is Gone (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)04:49
- 9Driving Rain (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)04:10
- 10Sugar Cane (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)03:08
- 11The Great Pretender (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)05:25
- 12Boulevard Of Broken Hearts (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)04:05
Info for Living The Dream (feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)
LIVING THE DREAM is SLASH’s fourth solo album, and third for SLASH and his bandmates MYLES KENNEDY (Vocals), BRENT FITZ (Drums), TODD KERNS (Bass & Vocals) and FRANK SIDORIS (Guitar & Vocals). The band has also unveiled the album cover art with the eye-catching front cover artwork being created by renowned visual artist Ron English.
SLASH describes the creation of ‘Driving Rain’; “This is a riff I specifically remember playing with the guys for the first time at a venue in New Hampshire on the World on Fire tour,” explains SLASH. “It’s a cool guitar part we ran though, and from that point forward the rest of the song started to come together in my mind while on the road. We put it all together this year and Myles came up with a great melody for it.” MYLES KENNEDY adds, “The riff is very reminiscent of vintage Aerosmith. It’s got a certain funk to it that’s compelling. Lyrically, it’s a story about somebody who works on the road--it could be a musician, and it could be a traveling salesman. What makes it interesting is this guy has an addict girlfriend or spouse who continues to relapse, and she ends up getting him to come home. She’s miserable and falls back into bad old habits, and that compels him to head back to her to save the day.”
For LIVING THE DREAM, SLASH and his band re-teamed with producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette (Alter Bridge, Iggy Pop, Incubus) on the powerful 12 song collection.
Myles Kennedy, vocals
Slash, lead & rhythm guitars
Todd Kerns, bass, backing vocals
Brent Fitz, drums, percussion, electric piano
was born in Hampstead (London), England on July 23, 1965, and he was raised in Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England. His given name is Saul Hudson. His mother was a Black American, and his father is a white Englishman. Both artistic parents worked in the entertainment field. His mother was a clothing designer for entertainers. She designed some of David Bowie's unforgettable costumes. His father provides art direction for record albums. Two notable clients are Neil Young and Joni Mitchell. On Friday, June 5, 2009, SLASH's mother Ola Hudson died of lung cancer in Los Angeles.
At age 11 SLASH moved to Los Angeles with his mother while his father remained based in England. Born in the UK, SLASH was an immigrant in the United States and was to remain one for many years. The family eventually lived together again in L.A. where SLASH had a rough transition to conservative Southern California. The long hair, jeans and t-shirts that he wore even then didn't exactly fit with the other kids. An outsider at school, he lived a bohemian life at home. Surrounded by artistic friends of his parents, SLASH grew accustomed to the moods and eccentricities of those in the music world. Frequent visitors at the Hudson household included Joni Mitchell, David Geffen, David Bowie, Ron Wood and Iggy Pop. SLASH has said that these surroundings prepared him for coping with the stress of the music industry, the conflict between artistry and business.
In the mid-1970's, his parents separated. SLASH moved in with his beloved grandmother until he could sort out the situation at home. About this time SLASH discovered BMX (bicycle motorcrossing), joined up with a group of kids, and rode with a passion. It's not surprising to hear that SLASH would ride without brakes! SLASH eventually became a professional BMX biker winning awards and money for his great riding.
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