Stephen Stills will be singing the blues on an upcoming collaborative album he's recorded with guitar slinger Kenny Wayne Shepherd and founding Electric Flag keyboardist Barry Goldberg . Under the moniker The Rides , the supergroup will release a 10-song collection titled Can't Get Enough on July 30.
According to 429Records.com , the project was inspired by Stills' 1968 Super Session album with late Electric Flag guitarist Mike Bloomfield and Blood, Sweat & Tears keyboardist Al Kooper . The new record features a mix of new tunes and covers, including renditions of Neil Young 's "Rockin' in the Free World" and Iggy and the Stooges ' "Search and Destroy."
Can't Get Enough was produced by Talking Heads keyboardist Jerry Harrison , and also features the talents of ex- Double Trouble drummer Chris Layton and Crosby, Stills & Nash touring bassist Kevin McCormick .
Talking about the collaboration in a preview video, Stills says, "We sat at my house for about five days or so. It was just really magical with just the three of us…It was one of the best times I've had in my musical career."
Adds Shepherd, "Stephen and I have rock backgrounds as well, but the blues is the fabric that holds this all together."
Here is the track list for The Rides' Can't Get Enough album:
"Mississippi Road House"
"That's a Pretty Good Love"
"Don't Want Lies"
"Search and Destroy"
"Can't Get Enough Of"
"Rockin' in the Free World"
"Talk to Me Baby"
"Only Teardrops Fall"
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