FRANKIE BANALI's ZEPPELIN Tribute: Track-By-Track Breakdown

October 10, 2007

QUIET RIOT drummer Frankie Banali has created a labor of love with his new CD (released under the FRANKIE BANALI & FRIENDS banner),entitled "24/7/365 - The Tribute to Led Zeppelin". Frankie invited many of his friends to join him on making a heartfelt tribute to his favorite drummer John Bonham and his band LED ZEPPELIN. Frankie has penned an essay on the CD, which includes a track-by-track breakdown of the songs appearing on the disc, at Classic Rock Revisited.

Musicians featured on the album are as follows:

Frankie Banali - drums
Tony Franklin - bass (THE FIRM, BLUE MURDER)


Bobby Kimball (TOTO)
Don Dokken (DOKKEN)
Kevin DuBrow (QUIET RIOT)
Alex Ligertwood (SANTANA)
Robin McAuley (MSG)


Doug Aldrich (WHITESNAKE)
Gilby Clarke (GUNS N' ROSES)
Bruce Kulick (KISS)
Reb Beach (WINGER)
Bill Leverty (FIREHOUSE)
Steve Fister (LITA FORD)

Additional Musicians:

Michael Lardie - Keyboards (NIGHT RANGER/GREAT WHITE)
Neil Citron - Additional Keyboards and Guitars

Track listing:

Frankie Banali - Drums and Percussion
Tony Franklin - Bass Guitars

01. The Wanton Song

Alex Ligertwood - Vocals
Doug Aldrich - Guitar

02. Four Sticks

Glenn Hughes - Vocals
Steve Fister - Guitar
Frankie Banali – Drums, Djembe, Doumbek
Neil Citron - Keyboards

03. Kashmir

Don Dokken - Vocals
Michael Lardie - Keyboards
Steve Fister - Guitar

04. Out On The Tiles

Robin McAuley - Vocals
Reb Beach - Guitar

05. Ramble On

Paul Shortino - Vocals
Steve Fister - Guitar

06. The Ocean

Mark Boals - Vocals
Bruce Kulick - Guitar

07. The Immigrant Song

Bobby Kimball - Vocals
Gilby Clarke - Guitar

08. Royal Orleans

Jeff Scott Soto - Vocals
Gilby Clarke - Guitar

09. Gallows Pole

Kevin DuBrow - Vocals
Steve Fister – Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo

10. Custard Pie

Chas West - Vocals
Bill Leverty - Guitar

11. When The Levee Breaks

The 24 - 7 Overture - Levee Guest Vocalist: Joan Fraley

12. (They Were) The Eye Of God

Frankie Banali – Drums, Hand Percussion
Neil Citron - Guitar – Bass, Keys, Stringed Instruments

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