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Old Sep-04-2005, 1:11 PM
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Arrow Glenn as a Band Member and Solo Artist

Just got through reading a brief recent interview with Tony Iommi-
http://www.classicrockrevisited.com/...iInterview.htm

I'm sorry if someone else has posted this-but this is the first I read it. It has a couple interesting tid-bits... like which song it was that Tony used the Stratocaster... and my guess was right- "Deep Inside a Shell".

Tony is pretty adament about the idea that "Iommi" is a working band, and he has full intentions of touring.

Judging by the postings on this site (or the lack of)- I'm not too sure many share my opinion... but I'd like to see Glenn and his realationship with "Iommi" continue for a long time to come. Is it asking too much to have an "Iommi" album and a Hughes solo project each year? Glenn can just cut the stuff he does on the side and concentrate his efforts to the two projects... a more consistant quality product.

"Fused" has just kept growing on me as most of Glenn's solo releases. I've tried to listen to other music lately... like Clapton's new release, Plant's, C.OC.'s, Demon's and Wizards and a few others... "Fused" (My 13 track copy) keeps on making iot back to the player in my car. I especially like "The Innocense" right now... It really bothers me that there are so many people listening to this album right now and have no idea that they are missing at least one (if not three) quality tracks. Who benifits from these exclusive downloadsa anyway? It's not the fans (or the artists) in my opinion.

M.
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