When he sang in the band Free,Paul Rodgers was great,really,really great and soulful...a bit less in Bad Company,but still more than very good.
Bonnett!!!...,let me laugh...
We all have been young,we all have been influenced and good music is the rythm of our lives
It feels so good to know that we'll be all together with our friend Glenn Hughes,thank you very much!
When I bought this Sabbath album at a record fair many many years ago a asked the seller if the singer on this album was a good singer. (at this point I only had Dio and Tony MArtin sabbath records) and the seller said: yes this guy, Glenn Hughes, can sing pretty well ...... First I thought he jsut wanted to sell me this record but I soon found out this seller was damn right!
Anyway "Angry Heart" would be a real vintage song to hear live
Well,where have you been gone during the seventies for not knowing who Glenn was...
Since Deep Purple started for me, with the televised broadcast of California Jam,
I always thought that the MK3 line up WAS "the classic line up." (Actually, I still do.)
Plus.....I had no clue what the names of the DP players were.
And when I heard the news that the "strange" guitarist
(who had beat up the TV camera with his guitar)
had been replaced by a more normal person, that was OK with me...........
Yep, any line up with:
HUGHES and COVERDALE.
(The Purple Boys.)
I love Glenn so much,a great man,as far as David is concerned,too bad that he spent his life trying to be Robert Plant,it's well worth trying,but...he won't be.
MK III line-up is my favorite without a doubt
Wanted the MK IV band to be my favorite, but Tommy's addiction got the best of him throughout most of his time with DP. It was a brilliant album though.
But I have to admit that I have a soft spot for MK II...especially the "Who Do We Think We Are" album. "Woman From Tokyo" and "Rat Bat Blue" still tear me up:guitarmet
Yeah,you're all right,what a great stuff!!!!
Come on people what are your top 5 favorite bands of the 70's? I'll get the juice flowing with my list.DEEP Purple,Black Sabbath,Led Zepplin,KISS,Pink Floyd! I guess I did pretty good here! What do ya think?
Well,Kiss is just for laughing
Glenn Hughes: Vocals
Jimi Hendrix: Guitar
Eddie Van Halen: Guitar
Billy Sheehan: Bass
Jon Lord: Keyboards
John Bonham: Drums
Backing Vocals:Paul Rodgers,Robert Plant,David Coverdale,Peter Frampton and Janis Joplin.
Special guest:Ian Anderson playing occasional Flute
Can't begin to imagine what the final sound/style would'ave been like!!!! maybe two months in rehearsals needed to sort that out.
Well,Jimi is too messy,let's have Jimmy Page on guitar,Glenn Hughes on bass and vocals,let us pray the Lord for John Bonham to come back on drums,and if neccessary,we'll invite John Paul Jones on keyboards. What do you think of that?Robert will probably kill me...Lot of fun,Percy,we love you.
Deep Purple with my beloved Glenn
.... and more
Well,I would say
Donal Buck Dharma Roeser
Thank you all