Corey Taylor's collaboration with Dave Grohl premieres on Bbc radio; audio available"From Can To Can't", the collaboration between Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor and Foo Fighters mainman Dave Grohl, was premiered on Bbc radio earlier today and is now available for streaming as a reduced-quality radio rip using the audio player below (courtesy of Antiquiet).
"From Can To Can't" will appear on "Sound City: Real To Reel", the soundtrack to Grohl's upcoming documentary. The track also features Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen and bassist Scott Reeder, formerly of Kyuss.
"From Can To Can't" radio rip (courtesy of Antiquiet):
Taylor will perform with Grohl as part of a new band called the Sound City Players on January 18 at a concert in Park City, Utah during the Sundance Film Festival. Also scheduled to appear are Queens Of The Stone Age multi-instrumentalist Alain Johannes, fellow Foo Fighters members Taylor Hawkins, Rami Jaffe, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett and Pat Smear, Grohl's onetime Nirvana partner Krist Novoselic, Chris Goss (Masters Of Reality), Rage Against The Machine drummer Brad Wilk, John Fogerty, Stevie Nicks, Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen, Rick Springfield, Fear's Lee Ving and violinist Jessy Greene. The show will feature what a publicist described as "core musicians" as well as "special guests" who appear in, "Sound City: Real To Reel".
The film, which marks Grohl's debut as a feature director, will premiere at the Sundance festival before becoming available in theaters, on Dvd and on demand on February 1, according to The Pulse Of Radio. The movie chronicles the history of Sound City, a legendary Los Angeles recording studio where acts ranging from Fleetwood Mac to Nirvana cut some of rock's most classic albums.
In addition to conducting numerous interviews with musicians and producers for the film, Grohl brought together a selection of older and more contemporary artists to create new music together for the movie and its soundtrack.
The first of these collaborations, a song called "Cut Me Some Slack", features Grohl and several other former members of Nirvana backing up Paul McCartney.
Grohl was inspired to make the film last year after purchasing Sound City's custom-built Neve 8028 recording console, considered by many to be the crown jewel of analog recording equipment.
The film and soundtrack will include contributions from Stevie Nicks, Trent Reznor, Rick Springfield, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk of Rage Against The Machine, Joshua Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age and more.
In a recent interview with Shan Man of the Phoenix, Arizona radio station 98 Kupd, Taylor spoke about his involvement with the "Sound City" documentary.
Taylor revealed: "[Grohl] sent an email to me, basically explaining this huge project he was doing â€” the documentary around the infamous board that he got from Sound City [studios], which so many people have recorded on, myself included; [Slipknot] did 'Iowa' on that boardâ€¦ He bought it, and I loved the idea that he was like, 'How many albums have been made on this board?'"
He added: "He wrote the song, he sent me a demo of it and I was like, 'This is fantastic,' and I just basically wrote the first thing that came off the top of my head. He didn't even hear it until I went down there to record it. And I laid it down, and he was just like, 'Wow.' Because we did it old school â€” two-inch tape, take after take after take. And with that board, man. It was really, really cool."
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