Baby Animals’ Suze DeMarchi reveals solo album track list

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Baby Animals frontwoman Suze DeMarchi has revealed the full track list for her forthcoming solo LP, Home.

In a release announcing the news, DeMarchi also shares that she has been working alongside notable collaborators such as Russell Morris, Jimmy Barnes, Diesel and Tex Perkins.

“There’s a few more, but you know I love to keep you waiting and guessing!” says the singer and guitarist.

Home will be released via Social Family Records on the 10th of July and features renditions of songs by some of DeMarchi’s favourite artists.

The full track list is as follows:

01. “Home” (originally recorded by Gabrielle Aplin)
02. “Hometown Glory” (originally recorded by Adele)
03. “Come Home” (originally recorded by Ryan Adams)
04. “Home” (originally recorded by Sheryl Crow)
05. “Home” (originally recorded by Edward Sharp & The Magnetic Zeros)
06. “Get Home” (originally recorded by Bastille)
07. “Feel Like Going Home” (originally recorded by Charlie Rich)
08. “Our House” (Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young)
09. “The House Is Rockin’” (originally recorded by Stevie Ray Vaughan)
10. “Safe European Home” (originally recorded by The Clash)
11. “The Letter” (originally recorded by The Box Tops)

“These are the songs that have been close to my heart on my journey around the world and back home to Australia,” DeMarchi said when announcing the album earlier this year. “It’s a slight departure from the Baby Animals sound, and with Shane Nicholson on production it is something deeply personal to me and I hope you all love it.”

A special collector’s edition of the album, limited to 500 copies, is available to pre-order now. The set features a deluxe 12 track CD and limited edition numbered vinyl, coupled with a selection of personal photos and stories, all housed inside a signed bespoke coffee table book.

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Chris Cornell has finished recording his new solo album

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Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has confirmed that he’s finished recording his new solo album.

Cornell posted a picture from the recording studio on his Facebook page along with a short message thanking his collaborators.

“Last day of recording solo album. Thanks Brendan, Tom and Kyle. We made the magic happen,” it read.

Cornell’s last solo LP was 2011’s Songbook. He is due to return to the studio later this year to get underway recording Soundgarden’s new album, the follow up to 2012’s King Animal.

Soundgarden released their Echo of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across the Path box set earlier this year, a collection of b-sides, rarities and alternative cuts.

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Baby Animals frontwoman Suze DeMarchi heads Home on new solo LP

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Baby Animals frontwoman Suze DeMarchi is to release a new solo album in the summer she has revealed.

Home will be released via Social Family Records on the 10th of July and features renditions of songs by some of DeMarchi’s favourite artists.

Home is my first solo album in 15 years,” says Suze of the release. “It’s a collection of songs inspired by home and originally recorded by a diverse set of artists that I admire, including The Clash, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Sheryl Crow, Adele, Ryan Adams, Dionne Warwick and more.

“These are the songs that have been close to my heart on my journey around the world and back home to Australia,” she adds. “It’s a slight departure from the Baby Animals sound, and with Shane Nicholson on production it is something deeply personal to me and I hope you all love it.”

A special collector’s edition of the album, limited to 500 copies, is available to pre-order now. The set features a deluxe 12 track CD and limited edition numbered vinyl, coupled with a selection of personal photos and stories, all housed inside a bespoke coffee table book signed by Suze herself. A standard 10-track edition of the album will be available in July.

You can watch Suze’s video introduction to the album below:

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David Gilmour to release solo album in 2015

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David Gilmour is set to release a new solo album in 2015.

In conversation with Rolling Stone, Gilmour revealed that the follow up to his 2006 album On An Island is “well on the way.”

“There are some sketches that aren’t finished, and some of them will be started again. There’s a few months’ work in it yet. I’m hoping to get it out this following year,” he added.

The Pink Floyd guitarist also shared that he is planning on going out on “an old man’s tour” which he clarified as being “not a 200-date sort of thing”.

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Brian Tichy set to play on Chris Caffrey solo LP

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Brian Tichy, former drummer with Whitesnake, is set to appear on guitarist Chris Caffrey’s forthcoming solo album.

Tichy left Whitesnake last year, citing that he wanted to spend more time on his new project with singer Sass Jordan, Something Unto Nothing.

Says Caffrey of the announcement: “Brian is currently sending me drum tracks for five songs that I will release on my next solo record in 2015. I won’t be able to finish until after the Trans-Siberian Orchestra tour is finished, but I’m hoping to do some tracking on the days off. Lots of great musicians will be around me too, so perhaps I will steal some of them for appearances on these tunes!”

The new album will be Caffrey’s fifth solo effort. “I still haven’t decided exactly what I want to call the record. I had ideas, but I keep changing my mind as the newer songs develop! The album will most likely have 12 songs and I am considering an instrumental or two as well,” he adds.

Meanwhile, in addition to his work with Caffrey, Tichy has also confirmed that he is a member of Sweet Lynch alongside Michael Sweet of Stryper, George Lynch of Lynch Mob and James Lomenzo, formerly of Megadeth. Lomenzo was also a bandmate of Tichy’s when the two played together as part of Pride & Glory with guitarist and frontman Zakk Wylde in the mid 90s.

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