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Fogerty enlists Springsteen, Eagles for covers set
NEW YORK (Billboard) ñ John Fogerty’s “The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again,” a new collection of some of the veteran rocker’s favorite classic songs, is set for release September 1.
The Verve Forecast project, recorded under the guise of the mythical group of his 1972 solo debut, includes guest spots from Bruce Springsteen and members of the Eagles.
It features covers of songs by John Prine, Buck Owens and John Denver, among others, as well as Fogerty’s own “Change in the Weather.”
Fogerty produced “…Rides Again” with help from former Warner Bros. executive Lenny Waronker at The Village Recorder studio in West Los Angeles. Rather than the one-man-band affair of the original “Blue Ridge Rangers” album, the new set features studio pros such as drummer Kenny Aronoff, guitarists Buddy Miller and Hunter Perrin, and former Jane’s Addiction bass player Chris Chaney.
“Those guys are just fantastic players,” Fogerty told Billboard. “They really captured or understood what the Blue Ridge Rangers vibe is. It’s a really cool record.”
The Eagles’ Don Henley and Timothy B. Schmit harmonize on Rick Nelson’s “Garden Party,” while Springsteen duets with Fogerty on the Everly Brothers’ classic “When Will I Be Loved.”
Fogerty hopes to put the Blue Ridge Rangers on the road once the album is out.
“Lord knows we played it great live in the studio — it’s probably more live than many rock ‘n’ roll records,” he said. “I think it really needs to be presented that way to an audience. We’ll have to wait and see how everything shapes up.”
The full track list for “The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again” is:
“Paradise” (John Prine)
“Never Ending Song of Love” (Bonnie Bramett/Delaney Bramlett)
“Garden Party” (Rick Nelson)
“I Don’t Care (Just As Long As You Love Me)” (Buck Owens)
“Back Home Again” (John Denver)
“I’ll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)” (Ray Price/Rusty Gabbard)
“Change in the Weather” (John Fogerty)
“Moody River” (Gary Bruce)
“Heaven’s Just a Sin Away” (Jerry Gillespie)
“Fallin’ Fallin’ Fallin'” (D. Deckleman/J. Guillot/J.D. Miller)
“Haunted House” (Robert L.Geddins)
“When Will I Be Loved” (Phil Everly)