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Dust & Bones

Gary Hoey

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1
Boxcar Blues
Gary Hoey
3:41
2
Who's Your Daddy
Gary Hoey
4:14
3
Born To Love You
Gary Hoey
3:14
4
Dust & Bones
Gary Hoey
4:08
5
Steamroller (tribute to Johnny Winter)
Gary Hoey
3:14
6
Coming Home (feat. Lita Ford)
Gary Hoey; Lita Ford
4:54
7
Ghost Of Yesterday
Gary Hoey
3:46
8
This Time Tomorrow
Gary Hoey
4:35
9
Back Up Against The Wall
Gary Hoey
3:06
10
Blind Faith
Gary Hoey
3:11
11
Soul Surfer
Gary Hoey
3:43
Total Playing Time    41:46
"This is where I belong—playing this ferocious blend of blues and rock music,” says guitarist Gary Hoey about his 20th album, Dust & Bones. “I did my last album, Deja Blues, to prove to myself that I could play authentic blues, and now that I feel more at home there, I felt it was time to mix my favorite guitar styles into something seamless, organic, and powerful."

Released through Mascot Label Group, Dust & Bones showcases Hoey’s Fender Stratocaster-driven fury alongside open-D-tuned resonator guitars plugged into half-stacks.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Provogue Studio Masters

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