Alan Parsons Shares “I Won’t Be Led Astray” ft. David Pack + Joe Bonamassa; ‘From the New World’ Album Out 7/15


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On July 15, revered prog rock icon/studio legend Alan Parsons will release a new album, From the New World, his first studio record since 2019’s The Secret.

Parsons has previewed the album with two songs thus far; the latest, “I Won’t Be Led Astray,” features David Pack (formerly of Ambrosia) on vocals and Joe Bonamassa on lead guitar. Here’s an epic video for the track:

The previous song shared from the album is “Uroboros,” featuring Tommy Shaw of Styx:

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The track listing for the album, as well as details on the musicians accompanying Parsons for this project:

1.   Fare Thee Well
2.   The Secret
3.   Uroboros (featuring Tommy Shaw of STYX)
4.   Don’t Fade Now
5.   Give ‘Em My Love (featuring James Durbin, Joe Bonamassa)
6.   Obstacles
7.   I Won’t Be Led Astray (featuring David Pack, Joe Bonamassa)
8.   You Are The Light
9.   Halo
10. Goin’ Home
11. Be My Baby

LINE-UP:

Lead Vocals – Alan Parsons, Tommy Shaw, David Pack, James Durbin, P.J. Olsson, Todd Cooper, Dan Tracey, Mark Mikel, Tabitha Fair
Backing Vocals – Alan Parsons, Tommy Shaw, P.J. Olsson, Todd Cooper, Dan Tracey, Doug Powell, Mark Mikel, Chris Shutters, Scott Hunt
Guitars – Alan Parsons, Jeff Kollman, Dan Tracey, Doug Powell, Jeff Marshall, James Durbin, Tim Pierce
Bass – Guy Erez
Drums – Danny Thompson
Keyboards – Tom Brooks, Doug Powell, Matt McCarrin, Kim Bullard
Sax – Todd Cooper
Cello on “I Won’t Be Led Astray” – Mika Larson
Guitar Solos on “Give ‘Em My Love” and “I Won’t Be Led Astray” – Joe Bonamassa

Click here to read Rock Cellar’s 2018 interview with Alan Parsons about his amazing career.

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