KING’S X GUITARIST TY TABOR SET TO RELEASE
ALIEN BEANS VIA RAT PAK RECORDS ON JANUARY 12, 2018
Now Available For Pre-Order in Various Bundle Configurations At: www.ratpakrecords.com/ty-tabor
Iconic King’s X guitarist Ty Tabor will release his all new solo effort, Alien Beans, on January 12, 2018 via Rat Pak Records. Alien Beans is a double-disc album that features 10 all new studio tracks and a “best of” compilation disc. The “best of” disc is comprised of 11 re-mixed and re-mastered tracks personally selected by Tabor from his previous releases.
“I wanted to do a rock album and put some new, heavier stuff together. Along the way we also decided to remix some of the older stuff and make it a double album. Everything just fits together like it should,” explains Tabor.
The album is now available for pre-order in various configurations at: www.ratpakrecords.com/ty-tabor
From the melodic instrumental album opener “Alien Beans” to the brooding lyrics of closer “Deeper Place,” Ty combines his unique songwriting and sense of melody that made him famous in King’s X with his individual vocal style. Songs like “Freight Train,” “Johnny Guitar” and “Somebody Lied” showcase Ty’s rockier side while “So Here’s To You” and “This Time” show his softer sensibility.
On the subject of song writing Ty states, “When it comes to what I write for solo material, I don’t really think about bands or anything like that. I just write music that makes me happy and I’ve ended up with an album I really love!”
The track listing for Alien Beans is:
01. Alien Beans
02. Freight Train
03. Johnny Guitar
04. So Here’s To You
05. Back It Down
06. Somebody Lied
07. This Time
08. Heavily Twisted
09. Until This Day Is Done
10. Deeper Place
01. ‘Cause We Believed (Blame It)
02. Free Yourself
04. Senseless Paranoia
05. Money Mouth
06. Fast Asleep
07. Politician’s Creed
09. Bring It On Back
10. Nobody Wins When Nobody Plays
Ty Tabor burst on to the music scene 30 years ago when he partnered up with Doug Pinnick and Jerry Gaskill to form King’s X. The band released acclaimed albums together including Out Of The Silent Planet, Gretchen Goes To Nebraska, Faith Hope Love and Dogman. These records have been cited as influential by some of the biggest names in rock music today. Ty’s love for recording and musical gear would eventually lead to him opening his own studio in Kansas City in 1996. In 1997, he released his first solo album Naomi’s Solar Pumpkin and much of that album would eventually become his second solo album, Moonflower Lane. He has released seven solo albums to date as well as projects with his other side band, The Jelly Jam. Ty spends his time between the studio and playing on the road with King’s X.