Attached is a good overview of Hughes/Thrall, courtesy Classic Rock/Geoff Barton, from the beginning to the end and thoughts of what might of been from the not too distant past... with quotes and comments from both Glenn and Pat throughout
What a great read, Thanks David. Guess it goes to show that recording a great album is not all you have to do in order to achieve commercial success. So many other aspects need to be in line!
This is still my favourite work on Glenn's.
RIP Andy Johns...
RIP Andy Johns... Friend and producer of Hughes Thrall- engineer for the Stones - Led Zep and Free... Larger than life-You are loved Andy— Glenn Hughes (@glenn_hughes) April 8, 2013
More @ www.noise11.com/news/breaking-andy-johns-led-zeppelin-and-rolling-stones-engineer-and-producer-dies-20130408
[ame='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GkC1acCZyw']Shure: Interview with Recording Engineer Andy Johns - YouTube[/ame]
I just learned on Andy Johns reading Glenn's auto-bio. Sounds like he was a gifted producer.