Rocker Shooter Jennings is revisiting experimental tracks he recorded with his late father Waylon Jennings a decade ago (96), in a bid to pay tribute to the country legend. The Jennings boys teamed up in the studio to record tracks with Shooter's band, calling the project WAYLON JENNINGS + THE 357'S. The younger Jennings has been itching to revisit the sessions for some time and now hopes to take time out of a heavy touring schedule to concentrate on the project. He says, "It sounds like (LED) Zeppelin mixed with Pink Floyd's DARK SIDE OF THE MOON mixed with Waylon. There's some songs that are country, but there are some songs that are just out there."