New Brad Delp-Barry Goudreau Song Hits Airwaves

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Over the past week or so, a brand-new track by late Boston singer Brad Delp and former Boston guitarist Barry Goudreau. The new track, “Rockin’ Away” has been getting some airplay on Boston area radio stations.

“Rockin’ Away” was the last song that Delp and Goudreau worked on together before Delp’s death in March. The song was recorded last summer to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of Boston’s first album, which I recall very well and was happy to spend a few bucks on at the time.

Goudreau reports that the new song is something that sounds like it might have come from the original Boston album. I have not personally heard it myself, but word is that it will be available as a download on iTunes in the near future.

I suppose it might be time to dust off an FM radio here and tune in to one of the Boston area’s classic rock stations and see if I can catch this one.

3 Comments

  1. Lewis October 31, 2007 at 10:24 pm

    I heard the song a few minutes ago and loved it. It had the same sound and feel of what it felt like when I first heard Boston. I grew up in Connnecticut and loved Boston’s music. Sorry the great voice of Brad Delp will not be heard again.

  2. Scott November 1, 2007 at 11:56 pm

    I heard “Rockin’ Away” on my way to pick up my check at my second job on wzlx. What an AWESOME song! This song sounds like it was a song that never made the first Boston debut album! Kudos to BRAD and BARRY for this very special gift to all of us who love BOSTON as well as BRAD and BARRY!

  3. Greg November 7, 2007 at 12:04 am

    Nice song, but doesn’t sound anything like original BOSTON. Sounds like it could have been on an RTZ album, though.

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