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Saxon - Inspirations [LP]
Inspirations [LP]
Artist: Saxon
Format: Vinyl

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Label: Militia Guard Music
Rel. Date: 03/19/2021
UPC: 190296800481

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SAXON PROUDLY DISPLAY THEIR "INSPIRATIONS" WITH NEW CLASSIC COVERS RELEASE British Heavy Metal legends Saxon will deliver a full-roar-fun-down set of covers in 2021 (Silver Lining Music), with their latest album Inspirations, which drops a brand new 11 track release featuring some of the superb classic rock songs that influenced Biff Byford & the band. From the crunching take on The Rolling Stones' 'Paint It Black' and the super-charged melodic romp of The Beatles' 'Paperback Writer' to their freeway mad take on Jimi Hendrix's 'Stone Free', Saxon show their love and appreciation with a series of faithful, raw and ready tributes. Recorded at Brockfield Hall near York, UK, with a firm eye on the old school way using Marshall cabs, Marshall amps and real drums, Saxon approach the likes of Motorhead's 'Bomber' (with added whistle!), AC/DC's 'Problem Child', Black Sabbath's 'Evil Woman' and a raucous Deep Purple's 'Speed King' with refreshingly warm, unfiltered, "vintage" sounding renditions. Byford takes on some new vocal challenges, which he duly smashes on the likes of Thin Lizzy's 'The Rocker'. Saxon do a supreme job of entertaining both themselves and their audience throughout Inspirations. For even more proof of the validity behind that statement, wrap your ears around their sparkling take on Toto's 'Hold The Line' and consider Saxon's Inspirations a mission accomplished.