GEORGE LYNCH Unleashes New Instrumental CD

Former DOKKEN guitarist George Lynch has just released a new instrumental CD, entitled "Furious George". The album is collection of cover tunes with extensive guitar solos that "will leave his legion of fans pointing and staring as their speakers melt in the guitar fury," according to an official press release.

When asked about the album, Lynch replied, "Doing this record was a chance for me to give kudos to some of the great musicians, songwriters, and guitarists that have inspired me to play. This new work shows the ability to pursue a life of music by opening our minds and helping to make us aware of the possibilities through the power of musical expression."

"Furious George" track listing:

01. Space Station #5
02. Sins A Good Mans Brother
03. All Along The Watchtower
04. Stormbringer
05. I Want You/She’s So Heavy
06. Blood Of The Sun
07. Bridge Of Sighs
08. Precious And Grace
09. I Ain't Superstitious
10. One Way Or Another
11. You Shook Me
12. Dancing Madly Backwards


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