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Jeff Healey's Heal My Soul streaming in full

Jeff Healey’s ‘lost’ album Heal My Soul is streaming in its entirety via TeamRock.

The record is released on March 25 to mark what would have been the late guitar icon’s 50th birthday. But it can now be heard in full using the playlist below.

The album is made up of tracks restored by the Jeff Healey Estate after his death. The blind blues rock guitarist passed away in March, 2008, at the age 41 after a three-year battle with sarcoma cancer.

Estate co-administrators Cristie Healey and Roger Costa said: “Heal My Soul is a project that we have wanted to tackle for years. It contains material recorded during one of the most creative periods in Jeff’s rock career.

“Until now, it has never seen the light of day. Jeff was very proud of this work and it features some of the most powerful and impassioned performances he ever committed to record.”

His tracks Daze Of The Night and Baby Blue from the album have previously been made available to stream.

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