Tommy Bolin Teaser Box Set Coming -
Tommy Bolin

Tommy Bolin

Tommy Bolin Teaser Box Set Coming

by Paul Cashmere on July 24, 2012

in New Music,News

Universal will release ‘The Definitive Teaser’, a 5CD box set of the work of the late Tommy Bolin’s classic album ‘Teaser’.

Tommy Bolin

Tommy Bolin

The collection will include a remastered version of the album plus 2CDs of alternates and outtakes as well as the 2CD version of ‘Great Gypsy Soul’, a collection of tribute songs for Bolin.

Tommy Bolin had a brief rise to fame off the back of James Gang (he replaced Joe Walsh) as well as his stint in Deep Purple (Come Taste The Band).

Guests on the tribute albums include Peter Frampton, Warren Haynes (a key supporter of the project), Nels Cline, Steve Lukather, Steve Morse, Brad Whitford, Joe Bonamassa, John Scofield, Derek Trucks, Glenn Hughes and Myles.

“Many of the guests added after the fact have a close personal connection to Tommy—all share in acknowledging his place in rock history. Watching (and hearing) it all come to fruition some 35 years later was a journey of its own—well worth the travel,” says Warren Hayes.

Tommy Bolin was found dead after a gig in Miami in 1976. He had died from a drug overdose at the age of 25.

Track Listing Of TEASER:

Disc 1
. The Grind
. Homeward Strut
. Dreamer
. Savannah Woman
. Teaser
. People, People
. Marching Powder
. Wild Dogs
. Lotus

Disc 2
Alternates and Outtakes
. Teaser
. Flying Fingers
. Cookoo
. Wild Dogs
. Chameleon

Disc 3
. Crazed Fandango
. People, People
. Smooth Fandango
. Marching Powder
. Homeward Strut
. Oriental Sky (Lotus)

Track Listing of Deluxe Edition GREAT GYPSY SOUL:
Disc 1
. The Grind w/ Peter Frampton
. Teaser w/ Warren Haynes
. Dreamer w/ Myles Kennedy and Nels Cline
. Savannah Woman w/ John Scofield
. Smooth Fandango w/ Derek Trucks
. People People w/ Big Sugar and Gordie Johnson
. Wild Dogs w/ Brad Whitford
. Homeward Strut w/ Steve Lukather
. Sugar Shack w/ Glenn Hughes and Sonny Landreth
. Crazed Fandango w/ Steve Morse
. Lotus w/ Joe Bonamassa, Glenn Huges and Nels Cline

Disc 2 Bonus CD
. Flying Fingers w/ Oz Noy and Nels Cline
. Marching Bag –Movement One w/ Nels Cline, Bolin, Greg Hampton, John Scofield, Sonny Landreth
. Marching Bag—Movement Two w/ Nels Cline, Bolin, Steve Lukather, Derek Trucks, Peter Frampton
. Marching Bag—Movement Three w/ Gordie Johnson, Bolin, Nels Cline, Oz Noy, Steve Lukather, Steve Morse, Joe Bonamassa
Marching Bag—Movement Four w/ Nels Cline, Bolin, Warren Haynes, Joe Bonamassa, Oz Noy, Brad Whitford, Peter Frampton



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