Jake E. Lee
On "Retraced", guitarist Jake E. Lee (Ozzy Osbourne, Badlands) revisits some of the music that inspired him as a young guitarist. Teaming up with drummer Aynsley Dunbar, bassist Tim Bogert, and vocalist Chris Logan, Jake plays stellar versions of songs previously recorded by artists such as Free, Montrose, Grand Funk, Johnny Winter, Robin Trower, etc., each song brimming with high energy guitar work. Amazing, since Lee admitted not caring that much for cover tunes in general, and even more amazing since his guitar had been in the back of a Las Vegas closet for over a year. But the lure of playing with monster musicians Bogert and Dunbar was too string, so "Retraced" is dedicated to the memory of Lee's early, formative years, playing tunes in his bedroom.
|05:34||Way Back To The Bone||Vocal|
|05:18||I'll Be Creepin'||Vocal|
|03:54||Guess I'll Go Away||Vocal|
|04:26||Love Is Worth The Blues||Vocal|
|05:10||I Come Tumblin'||Vocal|
|03:49||A Hard Way To Go||Vocal|
|04:28||I Can't Stand It||Vocal|
|Jake E. Lee||Guitar, Production|
|Michael Lardie||Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Mike Varney||Associate Prodction|
|Dave Stephens||Album Cover Design, Graphics|
|Bass and drums recorded at the Tone Factory, Las Vegas, NV.
Guitar and vocal tracks recorded, and mixing performed at JAVA JAG Studios, Las Vegas, NV.
Mastered at Eugene Productions.