Glenn Hughes has cooperated on the new CD by popular Czech funk band 'Monkey Business'. The album is called 'Kiss Me On My Ego'. Glenn sings on two songs: "Weekend Warrior" and "Silence".
Another one guys !
A few months ago, Glenn said that he will stop outside projects to concentrate on his solo career.....
why don't you want to hear more about a bad show ?
If i though it was a bad show, it is possible for me to say that on this kind of forum. Right ? Or only positive ideas are allowed ?
Higher ground was great but what about the end of mistreated and the horrible burn as i said here above? It was not the first time they played those songs !
In front of a big crowd of people who have never seen Glenn before, playing new songs or songs from his solo career was a better idea. So he will be known for his actual and future position in the music history. Glenn said himself that his career is in front of him and not in the seventies.
The show in Zoetermeer seems to have been a great show!
Yesterday i saw Glenn at the Arrow Classic Rock festival. This kind of forum must accept bad reviews as good reviews.
I saw Glenn perhaps 30 times ( a lot of great shows and some bad shows due to illness or technical difficulties ) but yesterday it was something else.
The set list was different, only two songs from Soul Mover and nothing else from his solo career. And always the same old Deep Purple songs.... Great surprise Higher Ground from Stevie Wonder!
Glenn was in good mood and in great shape. But the band was completely wrong. Chad Smith plays very well but it was like it was the first time he plays with the band. Burn was horrible ! At the end of Mistreated all the band was lost, nobody knows when it was the time to end the song.
The sound was too loud and not clear ( later i saw Lou Gramm with a perfect sound).
At the end of the show Chad Smith destroy his drum kit, very spinal tap and ridiculous!
One thing to explain this, there was no rehearsal for this show! But when you know that you will play at a festival, in front of a big crowd, you have no excuse.
Perhaps my review will hurt some of you, but it is what i think now and i want to say the truth.
The promos are already sent to the radiostations.
Anyone can download illegaly the complete cd on the net....
But if you are a real fan, you'll buy the original cd.....
Anyway this cd is a bomb, a real winner !
Congratulations Glenn and Tony:claphands
First Glimpse of New Iommi Cover
With the cover artwork for the new album, ‘Fused’, finally approved, Iommi.com can now exclusively give you a sneak preview.
The cover was designed by UK based designer, Hugh Gilmour, who has previously worked on covers for Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Iron Maiden, Motorhead, David Bowie & The Beatles amongst others.
The album is due for release worldwide on the Sanctuary label on 12th July 2005.
Happy Birthday, Webmaster
Long live GHPG
Glenn is on vocals on the song "sad eyes". He sings perfectly and slowly. The song is a bluesy mid-tempo with slide guitar.
A must !!!!!!!!!
Big Daddy is singing like i like, he doesn't scream.....
And believe me all the cd is great.....
Glenn is lead vocal only on this song.
thanks a lot Ad
Is there someone who has already listened to this japanese bonus track ?
Give us some comments....
excellent review but where are the pics?
BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi is said to be making great progress with his new album which, as previously reported, also features Glenn Hughes (ex-DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH) on vocals and Kenny Aronoff (ex-JOHN MELLENCAMP) on drums. They’ve cut 13 tracks, all produced by Bob Marlette, who worked on Tony's first solo album ("Iommi") in 2000 and the BLACK SABBATH "Reunion" album in 1998, and whose recent productions with SEETHER and SHINEDOWN are currently in the U.S. Billboard charts.
Compared to the songs on the recently released "The DEP Sessions" (featuring songs recorded by Iommi and Hughes in 1996), the new material is "more riff-oriented," Iommi told Rolling Stone in a recent interview. He also promised that, like its impromptu predecessor, the songs would "come together very, very quick."
The album is now at the mixing stage and discussions are taking place regarding the release date, which will be later this year. Tony is also hoping to be able to take this album out live. More information will be made available soon.
Thanks a lot for all this informations from the land of the rising sun.
Except the UK leg and some Sweden dates , no more dates ??????
Anyone knows something about a bonus track on the "Soul Mover" japan import ?