GLENN HUGHES Guitarist JJ MARSH: Solo Album Samples Posted Online

February 22, 2005

GLENN HUGHES fan site has uploaded an MP3 file containing samples from all the tracks on the debut album from Hughes' longtime co-writer and guitarist, JJ Marsh.

The CD, entitled "Music From Planet Marsh", will be available first for purchase during Glenn's current European Soul Mover Tour 2005, beginning with the Helsinki (Finland) gig on February 23.

Download the audio file at this location.

The lineup for the album is as follows:

JJ Marsh: Vocals, Guitar, Bass
Tomas Broman: Drums
Kjell Haraldsson: Keys

"Music From Planet Marsh" track listing:

01. Electric Women (6:10)
02. Play the Game (3:56)
03. Is It Real (5:42)
04. Into the Light (9:42)
05. Something Song (7:41)
06. Move On (4:10)
07. It's Not Too Late (5:03)
08. Need a Friend (5:39)
09. The Change (11:27)

Total running time: 59:45

Commented JJ: "I'm really happy and proud of [the album], it's the best I've done. I'm really happy with the music and how the record sounds, very '70s! Of course, I can't sing like Glenn, but it is not too bad. Broman is my favorite drummer and he sounds great!!

"It's like a mix of HENDRIX, SABBATH, PURPLE and a little touch of YES here and there!!"

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