Nazareth have made what's likely to be their final album with Dan McCafferty available for streaming.
Rock’n’Roll Telephone was recorded just before the singer was forced to retire after a health condition left him unable to perform live.
McCafferty threw in the towel last year following a series of setbacks – but not before he completed work on the Scots veteran’s 23rd studio project.
Last year the singer told Classic Rock: “To go into a studio and sing isn’t like doing a gig. I could make another record, but getting up to do an hour and three-quarters, and get people to pay money to come and see me – I can’t do that.”
Naz have hired Linton Osborne to take McCaffery’s place and the band have already completed a tour with the new frontman. Last month he revealed how his predecessor called him with a message of support just before he hit the stage for the first time.
Osborne said: “How much nicer can a man get? There’s no way he would have wanted to give this job up. Not a chance. But he obviously had to, and he did it with such class.”