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All Out is now out

Don Airey — All Out cover art

Don Airey’s new solo album All Out is now available on Music Theory/Mascot.

Besides Don himself, who handled all the keyboards, musicians on the album are: Bernie Marsden (Guitar), Carl Sentance (Vocals), Darrin Mooney (Drums), Keith Airey (Guitar), Laurence Cottle (Bass), Joe Bonamassa (Guitar), and Rob Harris (Guitar).

Track list:

  1. The Way I Feel Inside (feat. Bernie Marsden)
  2. Estancia
  3. People in Your Head (feat. Joe Bonamassa)
  4. B’cos (feat. Rob Harris)
  5. Running from the Shadows (feat. Bernie Marsden)
  6. Right Arm Overture
  7. Fire (feat. Rob Harris)
  8. Long Road (feat. Keith Airey)
  9. Wrath of Thor (feat. Rob Harris)
  10. Tobruk

The album was recorded and mixed by Ewan Davies at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, UK.

Order it from a store near you:

Thanks to Nathan Sage for the info.

10 Comments to “All Out is now out”:

  1. 1
    Gillanfan says:

    A pure brilliance !!!!!!!!!!!!

    One of the BEST albums (not just from Purple family) i heard in ages….

    Pure PROG ROCK from the early 70’s (ELP style) !!!!!!!!

    Fabulous stuff

  2. 2
    buttocks says:

    Don’s last album was very good with spacy sounding keyboard solos, i will definitely be picking ” All Out ” up with all of the special guests on it.

  3. 3
    Black Sheep says:

    Absolutely sublime album!!

    Enough said.

  4. 4
    The Holy Chair says:

    The first song instantly brings URIAH HEEP to life.
    Another indeed ELP.

    Have not consumed it yet, the album, so I have to see other “influences ” creep in.

  5. 5
    shaun says:

    fantastic stuff don you can hear the purple influence on the rock songs.but it just teases me as to how good some new purple stuff would sound.the singer sounds so much like graham bonnet.highly recomended album.

  6. 6
    Roberto says:

    @4 Uriah Heep? I need to listen to this album…

  7. 7
    Speed_King says:

    As a Hammond organ player I have to wonder if the title has to do with the Hammond drawbar setting 8888888 which means all drawbars are pulled out all the way, i.e. ALL OUT

  8. 8
    Black Sheep says:

    @Speed_King – it’s a cricket reference. After the K2 and space themes of the last two albums, Don was toying with a cricket based concept album! I guess he decided there wasn’t enough substance there though – thank god! So the title and small bit of commentary on the track are the only cricket references remaining.

  9. 9
    Tommy H. says:

    I’ll take a listen, sounds interesting. I liked K2, but I think this one will be better.


    A Hammond drawbar set has 9 drawbars. “All out” means 888888888. Forgive me, but as a Hammond player I just had to put this right – no offense … 😉


  10. 10
    Louis says:

    You said: “Pure PROG ROCK from the early 70′s (ELP style) !!!!!!!!”

    You have me interested. I miss good 70s style prog rock!

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