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  • GLENN HUGHES - JUSTIFIED MAN: STUDIO 1995-03

GLENN HUGHES - JUSTIFIED MAN: STUDIO 1995-03

  • UPC: 5013929862005
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  • $38.99


Six CD set. Glenn Hughes, The Voice Of Rock, first came to prominence in Trapeze, a band featuring future Whitesnake guitarist Mel Galley, and future Judas Priest drummer, Dave Holland. Following their third album, Glenn joined Deep Purple in 1973 for their Burn, Stormbringer and Come Taste The Band albums. CD1: Glenn's fourth solo album, Feel, was originally released in 1995, and finds the singer veering towards more pop, soul and funk sounds rather than the hard rock that he's often better known for. CD2: Glenn's fifth solo album, Addiction was originally released in 1996, and saw the singer returning to a much harder rocking sound. CD3: Glenn's 1999 solo album, The Way It Is was produced by Glenn Hughes & Michael Scott, as well as featuring original material written with guitarist JJ Marsh. CD4: Glenn's 2000 solo album, Return Of The Crystal Karma, was produced by Glenn Hughes & Michael Scott, featuring original material written with guitarist JJ Marsh and keyboard player Hans Zermüehlen. CD5: Released in 2001, Building The Machine was the follow-up to 2000's Return of Crystal Karma, and as well as featuring original material written with long-time collaborator and guitarist JJ Marsh, the album also includes a version of the Deep Purple classic, 'Highball Shooter', a song which had originally appeared on 1974's Stormbringer. CD6: With a title that pays homage to one of Glenn's heroes, Stevie Wonder's Songs in the Key of Life, the album mixes his beloved funk with a deliberate 70s style hard rock. As well as featuring long-time collaborator JJ Marsh on guitar, the album includes guest spots from bassist Billy Sheehan and Red Hot Chili Peppers' Chad Smith, as well as co-producer Jeff Kollman. 'Higher Places (Song for Bonzo)' is a song dedicated to Glenn's dear friend, Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham.