ZZ Top Have A Lot Of Material Left Over From 'La Futura' Sessions (Week in Review): ZZ Top News

On Tuesday ZZ Top Have A Lot Of Material Left Over From 'La Futura' Sessions was a top story. Here is the recap: (Gibson) Billy Gibbons says fans probably won't have to wait as long between ZZ Top albums as they did during the nine-year gap between Mescalero in 2003 and La Futura in 2012.

In an interview with The Morning Call, Gibbons said the band recorded so many tracks with megaproducer Rick Rubin for La Futura that there was enough left over to form the basis of a new album. "We're still looking at a lot of the material that remains unreleased that was created during those sessions with Rick," Gibbons said, adding, "Who knows, there's a lot of good stuff laying around."

Gibbons also offered a perfectly reasonable explanation as to why there was such a long gap between albums: it simply wasn't ready yet because Rubin didn't want to rush it. "It would be safe to say one of the most admirable traits that has endeared our band with Rick is his remarkable sense of patience," Gibbons said. Read more - here.

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