DEEP PURPLE Bassist To Issue Solo CD
DEEP PURPLE bassist Roger Glover is set to issue his latest solo effort, tentatively entitled Snapshot, at the end of the year. Recorded at Acme Studios in Mamaroneck, New York, and engineered by Peter Denenberg (who helped on the 25th anniversary remixes for Machine Head), the album will contain fourteen original songs, some co-written with Randall Bramblett. Song titles set to appear on the CD include the following:
01. If I Could Fly
02. Nothing Else
03. What You Don't Say
04. The Bargain Basement
05. It Could've Been Me
06. Burn Me Up Slowly
07. Some Hope
08. It's Only Life
09. Beyond Emily
10. My Turn
11. Queen Of England
In addition to Roger, the core musicians appearing on the CD include Randall Bramblett (vocals, keyboards, saxophone) and Joe Bonadio (drums and percussion). Among the guests taking part on the CD are: Eran Tabib (guitar), Nick Moroch (guitar), Larry Saltzman (guitar), Warren Haynes (slide guitar), Joe Mennonna (saxophone/trombone), Vaneese Thomas and Deena Miller (backing vocals) and Gillian Glover (vocals, backing vocals).
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