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Old Jun-14-2007, 6:39 AM
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Icon34 Which complete album should Glenn play live?

In recent years, many bands have performed all the tracks on an album in list order from first to last.

Of course, Deep Purple have performed Machine Head, Pink Floyd and Roger Waters have performed Dark Side of the Moon, Dio performed Holy Diver and I had the pleasure a few years ago to see the late great Arthur Lee play forever Changes.

So the question is which album do we think Glenn should play from first to last?

I would have to go with Building the Machine, which 6 years on sounds as good as when i first heard it and to me it cover all that Glenn is about

We have the hard rock of Can`t stop the flood and when you fall

the funk rock of Inside, Out on me and Slip away all sadly neglected classics. plus a great cover of Celebrate

The great pop AoR of When you fall

The classic soaring elegiac ballads Beyond the Numb and Big Sky

with a nod to the past with a storming Highball shooter

Glenn has done many great albums over the year but in my view he has never sounded better. So how about it what other suggestions to people have?
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Old Jun-14-2007, 6:56 AM
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Play Me Out without a doubt.
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Old Jun-14-2007, 7:29 AM
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That's a cool concept of course, I would go with Building the Machine as well I think. Or Feel. I love Music For the Divine, also....I love them all though, LOL - haven't heard Play Me Out yet.

Soul Mover may have saved my life since it was the first one I heard in many, many years and came along at the perfect time when I was floundering badly. The songs Change Yourself and Let it Go turned me around and got me playing music again. How do you thank someone for something like that?

I'm ready to hear a concert of the next one he has out. Anything he wants to play is cool with me.
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Old Jun-14-2007, 7:52 AM
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"From Now On..." or "The Way It Is" would be great to hear live in their full glory.


But, being a big blues fan, I would love for him to do the "Blues" album live!


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Old Jun-14-2007, 8:26 AM
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Hi Iain

Nice thread & I think 'Play Me Out' as well,especially if he can get a certain Pat Travers to appear on "LA Cut Off" & Mel Galley on "Destiny"

I would also expect Glenn to do the full re-released 14- track version

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Old Jun-14-2007, 8:35 AM
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Good question...

Ooh tricky!!

I think I'd have to agree with "Building the Machine" for sheer variety....

but then... I love "From Now On" and... "SITKOR"... and "Soul Mover" .. and .. and...


..oh blimey I dunno - ALL OF 'EM!!!!!!

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Old Jun-14-2007, 8:38 AM
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Addiction would be phenomenal

... and then Hughes / Thrall.

... and then I woke up

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Old Jun-14-2007, 8:39 AM
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I'll be 'odd man out' here.........he should do Trapeze's "You Are The Music" album on XM Radio (just like Tull did with Aqualung)!

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Old Jun-14-2007, 8:47 AM
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Oh my gosh - what a hard question. I love them all. But...if a gun was put to my head and I had to pick one...hmmm??

I would have to go with Feel.

This is how I feel this moment

Tomorrow the answer might be different.
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Old Jun-14-2007, 8:50 AM
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But...if a gun was put to my head and I had to pick one...hmmm??

If I had a gun put to my head Susan I'd be thinking about anything but music ... or perhaps Queen's 'Keep Yourself Alive?'

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Old Jun-14-2007, 8:55 AM
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If I had a gun put to my head Susan I'd be thinking about anything but music ... or perhaps Queen's 'Keep Yourself Alive?'

Yea..but I am from Texas...don't you know we are a bunch of cowboy rednecks - we wear guns on our hips around here...no biggie. LOL
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Old Jun-14-2007, 9:04 AM
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Would have to be Soul Mover-Glenn's best all round solo album

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Old Jun-14-2007, 9:23 AM
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Icon49 Never gonna' get a majority vote......so

OK, while everybody fights it out, in the above posts

........I vote for the Christmas album ~ "Soulful Christmas"

as part of "The Christmas Show at Radio City Music Hall, in New York."

6,000 people in the audience at one time, and that show
runs for 2 months, from November to January.

Six thousand seats, times five shows a day, times sixty days, equals:
One million, eight hundred thousand (GHC) People.

Plus, Glenn could join the Rocketts on stage, for some fancy footwork.


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Old Jun-14-2007, 10:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Grace View Post
OK, while everybody fights it out, in the above posts

.......
6,000 people in the audience at one time, and that show
runs for 2 months, from November to January.

Six thousand seats, times five shows a day, times sixty days, equals:
One million, eight hundred thousand (GHC) People.

Plus, Glenn could join the Rocketts on stage, for some fancy footwork.


___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___

OK, Grace, I agree, but I suggest just a tiny change - Every week Glenn plays a different solo album of his, so that all the wishes are satisfied!
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Old Jun-15-2007, 1:45 AM
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Addiction would be my choice. I've ever heard anything off that album performed live.

Although maybe some of the material isn't where Glenn is now, on a personal level.
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Old Jun-15-2007, 2:18 AM
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Pretty cool idea indeed!
I probably would go with Addiction....but to hear Play me Out in it's entirely would be a cult experience too
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Old Jun-15-2007, 9:33 AM
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I'm going with Incense and peaches and A soulful xmas!
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Old Jun-15-2007, 10:04 AM
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Hello All,

It's hard to chose, but I would love to hear,
1.-Play Me Out. or
2.-Feel
I love all Papa G's music, but really love the funky/rock side with a dash of soul thrown in for good measure. Have a great weekend everyone.

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Old Jun-15-2007, 9:37 PM
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i think id have to go w/ addiction first then feel and building the machine. what a hard choice anyway.
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Old Jun-16-2007, 8:21 AM
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From Now On or BTM - but only because i have seen him tour in support of the others and heard 4 or 5 songs live already.

I really think that Talking To Messiah could make a comeback because its just a great funk rock song with a killer riff chorus and fits in perfectly where his songs are at right now.

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Old Jun-16-2007, 8:42 AM
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From Now On or BTM - but only because i have seen him tour in support of the others and heard 4 or 5 songs live already.

I really think that Talking To Messiah could make a comeback because its just a great funk rock song with a killer riff chorus and fits in perfectly where his songs are at right now.

Whoa, Wolf, you hit the nail on the head. I think Talkin To Messiah is possibly my favorite song. Of all rock songs. It indeed has it all....I could see Trapeze doing that song if they were together now. I wonder why? LOL
Can you imagine how it would slay people in concert?
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Old Jun-16-2007, 4:43 PM
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I'd have to say "Feel".

STILL my favorite album to this day.

Just something about that album that does it for me every time...
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Old Jun-17-2007, 12:26 PM
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Not to mess up anybody's "vote" for a complete GH album,
but "The Innocence" is on this month's GHPG.net jukebox.
If you weren't able "to get it" from some computer finagling,
listen to it now.

So, just to hear that ending (beginning at 3:43)
.....LIVE.....I would vote for "Fused."
(GH wanted a "Fused" tour, but....... Anybody wanna' beat up Tony Iommi?)


And to be able to hear "I don't want to live that way again"
.....LIVE.....I would have to vote for "Addiction."

But I really, really don't care.
Whatever our boy chooses to sing, is OK with me
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Old Jun-17-2007, 2:06 PM
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I'd vote for Building The Machine, Music For The Divine and some stuff from Feel that hasn't been played live yet.
I totally agree that songs like Talking To Messiah, but also Maybe Your Baby, Livin' For The Minute, Coffee and Vanilla (played just a little heavier, maybe) or Speak Your Mind would go along well with the more recent stuff.
Actually I will put Feel into the CD player right now...

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Old Jun-18-2007, 5:14 AM
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I agree with Wolfy about Talking to Messiah.

As far as the back to back album it would have to be Play Me Out with a cheat encore of Soul Mover and Getting Tighter.

(I DJ'd on Saturday and played Soul Mover. It sounded brill live and the dancers were up).
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Old Jun-18-2007, 11:51 AM
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I'd vote for M4TD, if for no other reason than because it'd go along with his whole idea of promoting the new stuff and hopefully expanding his fan base, at least here in the States (if he did, in fact, tour here).
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Old Jun-18-2007, 9:52 PM
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I would like to hear "It's Alright", "Gone"and "This Life" in live.
It will be great

And "Play Me Out" or "Music For The Divine", if it possible to play with real string ensemble.
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Old Jun-19-2007, 1:59 AM
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I'd go for Soul Mover with Chad Smith and Dave Navarro

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Old Jul-02-2007, 3:54 AM
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Icon41 Krister

I would love to hear Play Me Out live, but I guess that will happen only in our dreams.

I love what Glenn are doing right now, and I hope the last tour was recorded and that Glenn will put it on a cd. Some of the vocal parts on the last set is wonderful. I just love it!

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Old Jul-06-2007, 11:51 AM
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R.O.C.K. is my choise.
Addiction, The Way It Is, From Now On would be fine too.
Glenn should play more songs from 90s and drop those Purple/Trapeze songs.
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