‘Fly Like An Eagle – An All-Star Tribute To Steve Miller Band’ Featuring Members Of YES, Asia, XTC, Dream Theater, Survivor, The Tubes, Curved Air, Deep Purple, GONG, Nektar and Others Now Available!
Featuring Peter Banks, Rick Wakeman, Tony Kaye, Colin Moulding, John Wetton, Steve Morse, Steve Hillage, Fee Waybill, Rod Argent, Sonja Kristina, Jordan Rudess, Steve Stevens and others!
Produced By Billy Sherwood
Los Angeles, CA – A whole host of space cowboys, gangsters of love and legendary music icons from around the globe gather together to pay special tribute to classic rock legends the Steve Miller Band! Now available on Purple Pyramid Records, ‘Fly Like An Eagle’ features performances by members of YES, Asia, XTC, Dream Theater, Survivor, The Tubes, Curved Air, Deep Purple, GONG, Nektar and others! With exciting renditions of Steve Millers’ classic hits, ‘Fly Like An Eagle – An All-Star Tribute To Steve Miller Band’ is sure to please music fans worldwide! Also includes some final recordings by guitar legend Peter Banks.
Producer Billy Sherwood of YES/CIRCA: fame explains, “Steve Miller has written so many great songs, working on this record gave me a chance to look deeper into the inner workings of the material and explore it all with so many amazing guest artists. It was an honor producing and playing on this project. I think the fans of the music will appreciate the contributions of all the artists involved.”
- Take The Money And Run
- Jet Airliner
- Living In The USA
- Winter Time
- The Joker
- Jungle Love
- Space Cowboy
- Rock’n Me
- Fly Like An Eagle
To purchase ‘Fly Like An Eagle – An All-Star Tribute To Steve Miller Band’ CD: http://www.amazon.com/Fly-Like-An-Eagle-All-Star/dp/B00D3ZJDA2
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One thought on “BillyNews: Fly Like an Eagle”
Two things: First, I thought that Sherwood’s 2012 “Prog Collective” effort was very much a mixed bag, with some lackluster, flat moments. It lacked energy and focus, despite featuring some top-notch talent. Secondly, I’m not a Steve Miller fan at all. Not sure why. But when Seal, one of my favorite all-time pop/rock artists, covered “Fly Like An Eagle,” I couldn’t even bring myself to listen to the whole thing. Go figure!