Pete was outstanding on Trapeze’s Hotwire album.
I would love for JJ & Glenn to work together again.
According to an interview that Glenn & Pat did in 1982 that I had
on tape, Glenn had said that they wrote & recorded 20 tracks for
the first album & used the best 9. Not sure what happened to other 11.
Then in 1984 they recorded 6 demos for the follow up disc & also
recorded a song or two for Ghost Busters that was never used.
Hope that helps. Wish Glenn would put all that out for us as an archive cd
Absoluta-blinking-lutley Galleyfan. An authorised archive release of unreleased Hughes/Thrall material would be a dream come true for me.
For me, the live 'Mistreated' here remains, the best Glenn Hughes 'live version' on the market.
A few years back,I was lucky to see An Evening With Glenn Hughes, in Cannock, Staffs.
Nicky Horne was the MC for the evening and was very personable.
Glenn played a small selection of tunes with Keyboardist, Anders Olinder.
We were treated to a preview of a 'work in progress' movie -'The MK3 Story-Lay Down Stay Down'.
Some great interviews, especially the one with Roadie 'Magnet'.
Some unreleased music too:
A cover of 'Some Kind Of Wonderful' with Glenn singing.
I'm not sure if Ritchie was on guitar though?
Are there any updates on the movie?
2022 marks the 40th Anniversary of the classic Hughes/Thrall debut.
Do Glenn & Pat have any plans to mark this much loved release?
I would like to buy an official Boxset featuring outtakes from their respective archives?
Pat & Glenn wrote so well together.
It would be appreciated if the demos for the second album got cleaned up and released.
I heard 'You Were Always There' & 'Still The Night' online.
I so wish that Glenn and Pat would play some UK dates as it is the 40th Anniversary
of the classic debut.
I would like to know a information about these album:
This Time Around: An Anthology 1970-2007
On my CD there are 2 unreleased tracks: 'Justine" and "This Time Around" ( live in Kiev)
But there are another version with other unreleased track called "Song For You" repleacing This Time Around:
Where these other edition was released ?
Wow, I've never noticed this edition, with 'Song For You'. Thank you for posting..
With all the talk about the Led Zep reunion this past week, and the discussion here about DP reunions, I was wondering just what reunions others would like to see.
With so many choices, and so many incarnations of differing bands, be sure to list your specific band combination. And please only bands where the members are alive or name a replacement yourself (Jason Bonham for John Bonham for example).
Should give us a few minutes to think at least. Thanks.
I personally would pay to see an Argent reunion, Ten Years After (with Alvin Lee), King Crimson (in any incarnation), 801 and Mott the Hoople (Mick Ralphs). Just a few to start up.
Hughes/Thrall would be the top of my list.
What is your favourite Phenomena album ?. My favourite is Phenomena, which was released in 1985 and the latest one called Psychofantasy.
The debut album is my favourite. I would like an authorized remix, from the original master tapes. It would sound so much better if a remix would lose the mid 80's reverb, back the keyboards off a little, turn the guitar up significantly and get the drums sounding drier, and more natural.
I was reading the sleeve notes to the Rock Candy edition of H/T.
Pat Thrall said the master tapes were lost.
Pat wishes he could have remixed the album to and lose the 80's reverb wash.
The still unreleased tracks that are still up online, deserve a sonic upgrade and packaged in a Hughes/Thrall boxset.
Man this album is so good!!!! Played it Sat on a car trip heading back from Vegas. It's been awhile since I last listened to it all the way through. It hasn't aged or gotten cheesy at all. It's one of the first GH albums I bought when I became a GHCP in 98. I had to listen to Time Will Find the Answer in the gym again tonight and just got goose bumps. The singing is awesome, the guitar playing is awesome, the production, songs- thumbs up.
I picked up the recent Rock Candy edition. The album has aged well. I've always enjoyed 'Still The Night' & the title track. 'Good Man Shining' is an overlooked cut.
If you haven't got the individual CDs, this is a welcome collection of all Glenn's lead vocals features, on the Phenomena releases over the years.
Some may quibble over the running order as it lurches from one decade to the next and all points in-between?
To my ears the original mix of the Debut has dated severely.
I would like to a proper remix from the Original Masters of the debut.
A natural 'Rock' sound on the drums instead of tiny 'egg box' snare.
Something to honour the memory of the late Cozy Powell.
Turn the Keyboards down to a sensible level and turn the guitars up!
Cut back on the over-powering overall reverb wash over the whole mix too.
The 'Still The Night' 'remix' sounds like someone fooling around on Audacity,
and not much else.
It is 2020 and I've only just streamed this.
More 'left' of where HTP positioned themselves.
I personally enjoyed their songs.
2005 was awhile ago, I know.
thanks for posting.Good interview.
We all need a best of Glenn's Classic DP performances on dvd now.
Lots of different line ups to compare and contrast.
Getting our hands on a collectors cd of HUGHES/THRALL Outtakes would be very much appreciated..Pat would obviously have to approve such a release too.