In 1982, Deep Purple's Glenn Hughes & axeslinger Pat Thrall joined forces with producer Andy Johns (Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Rod Stewart).
Ex-Deep Purple bassist Glenn Hughes teamed up with axeslinger Pat Thrall in the early '80s, and their combined magic resulted in their one-off same titled album in 1982. Often called an 'overlooked gem' Hughes/Thrall was recorded in Los Angeles and coproduced by Andy Johns, famed for his production work for the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Rod Stewart.
The use of inventive guitar techniques and great sound quality made this album stand out. [...more...]