Bass player and singer. Was in Deep Purple and did Toni Iomni's solo album (but the record company insisted that it be called a Black Sabbath album). So, yes, not too many people would know him... but In For The Kill could be put on an HB discs and No Stranger To Love could fit an AMU disc, or pushing it a little a blues disc.
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Glenn Hughes is very cool. From Trapeze, to Deep Purple, to Iommi/Sabbath "Seventh Star", to another Iommi project in the '90's .... a very solid musician and gifted singer for damned sure! It's too bad that Mel Galley (Trapeze lead guitarist) passed-on last year -- he and Glenn were indeed a force to reckon with in the rock & blues world!
My Glenn Hughes/Trapeze/et.Al. suggestions include the following candidates:
1. Seafull 2. Jury 3. Medusa 4. Black Cloud 5. In For The Kill 6. Danger Zone 7. No Stranger To Love 8. Heart Like A Wheel
You must be familiar with down-under's great band MASTER'S APPRENTICES -- I just love those guys and can't get enough....my only hope, wish, and prayer is that at least a few of their tunes could be made available on a karaoke CDG someday....well, it's something to dream about and hope for. If you are a Master's Apprentices fan, my friend, then all I can say is "keep-the-faith", brother, and "Rock-On" with a vengeance!!!
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