Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of Theosophy, the new album by Pete Molinari.
The album, the followup to A Train Bound For Glory, will be released June 3 through Clarksville Records/INgrooves.
The 13-track album, which features the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach and Barrie Cadogan (Primal Scream), was primarily recorded at Humbug Studios on the Isle of Wight and mixed at Full Mongrel in Wales.
Produced by Boe Weaver with additional production and mixing from Andrew Weatherall, Tchad Blake and Liam Watson, Theosophy pushes boundaries from the start.
Molinari’s influences range from Billie Holliday to Jack Kerouac to John Coltrane and Leadbelly. However, the true inspiration for Theosophy came from the Theosophical Society, an organization formed in 1875 “to promote an understanding of the Esoteric Teachings” and whose interest spans science, mysticism, religion and the arts.
U.S. tour dates are in the works for this summer and will be announced soon.
For more about Molinari, visit petemolinari.com. Be sure to tell us what you think of the album in the comments below!
Theosophy Track Listing:
01. Hang My Head In Shame
02. You Will Be Mine
04. I Got Mine
05. I Got It All Indeed
06. When Two Worlds Collide
07. What I Am I Am
08. Dear Marie
09. Mighty Son Of Abraham
10. So Long Gone
11. Easy Street
12. Winds Of Change
13. Love For Sale