THE GLENN HUGHES DISCOGRAPHY

The discography is aiming at being a complete listing of all officially released recordings featuring Glenn Hughes. The listing is not aiming at listing every issued release in every country, every re-release or single etc. The year listed in parentheses following each title represents the year of release, and may not necessarily reflect the exact year in which the particular album/single/etc. was recorded.

Last updated: May 16th, 2014

SOLO

Play Me Out (1977)
L.A. Blues Authority Volume II: Glenn Hughes - Blues (1992)
From Now On... (1994)
Burning Japan Live (1994)
Feel (1995)
Addiction (1996)
The Way It Is (1999)
Return Of Crystal Karma (2000)
Building the Machine (2001)
Songs In The Key Of Rock (2003)
Soulfully Live in the City of Angels (2004) [DVD] and [CD]
Soul Mover (2005)
Music for the Divine (2006)
This Time Around : An Anthology 1969-2007 (2007)
Live in Australia (2007) [DVD] and [CD]
First Underground Nuclear Kitchen (2008)

Book

From Deep Purple To Black Country Communion [Paperback softcover] (2011)
From Deep Purple To Black Country Communion [Amazon Kindle] (2011)
From Deep Purple To Black Country Communion [Apple iBook] (2011)
Deep Purple & Beyond: Scenes From The Life Of A Rock Star [Limited Edition's hardcover] (2011)

Special

Play Me Out (Special Edition) (1995)
[Reissue with four bonus tracks: Getting Near To You, Fools Condition, Take Me With You, She Knows]
Talk About It (cd-single) (1997)
[Includes previously unreleased songs: Kiss of Fire (live), Coast to Coast (acoustic), You Keep on Moving (acoustic)]
From The Archives Volume I - Incense & Peaches (2000)
(Demos and unreleased tracks, released on Glenn's private Pink Cloud label]
A Soulful Christmas (2000)
[Christmas songs, released on Pink Cloud records]
Freak Flag Flyin' (2005)
[Live in the UK in 2003, Pink Cloud Records]
Hughes/Thrall (2007)
[Remastered edition with bonus tracks] [More]
Glenn Hughes Alive Drive (USB) (2009)
[Music & Video downloads + web streams + exclusive content; all on a portable device] [More]
Official Bootleg: Live in Wolverhampton: Full Band Show (2009)
[8 song download @ Apple's iTunes Store - recorded live at The Robin - Saturday, June 6th, 2009]
Official Bootleg: Live in Wolverhampton: 'You Are The Music' An Evening of Trapeze (2009)
[11 song download @ Apple's iTunes Store - recorded live at The Robin - Sunday, June 7th, 2009]
Live in Wolverhampton [2 CD] (2011) (Europe)
[18 song live double-CD encompassing both nights in Wolverhampton during June 2009]
Live in Wolverhampton [2 CD] (2013) (USA)
[18 song live double-CD encompassing both nights in Wolverhampton during June 2009]
Scenes From The Life Of A Rock Star (2011)
[EP - 400 copies pressed on 10-inch Black vinyl & 100 copies pressed on 10-inch White vinyl & packaged with a signed screen-print]

Compilations

Greatest Hits: The Voice Of Rock (1996)
The God Of Voice: Best Of Glenn Hughes (1998)
Different Stages - The Best of Glenn Hughes (2002)
This Time Around (Anthology) (2007)

DVD

Soulfully Live in the City of Angels (2004)
Rata Blanca - A Vivo en Teatro Gran Rex (Argentina 2005)
[Glenn guests on Stormbinger, Mistreated, You Keep on Moving, Burn]
Live in Australia (2007)
[Acoustic set with guest appearance from Jimmy Barnes on "Gettin' Tighter"]
Live In Wolverhampton (Official Bootleg) (2009)
[Recorded live at The Robin - Saturday & Sunday, June 6th & 7th, 2009 - Bonus Material - PAL format - 202 minutes]

AS A MEMBER OF BANDS

Finders Keepers - Sadie, The Cleaning Lady (single) (1968)

Trapeze - Trapeze (1969)
Trapeze - Medusa (1971)
Trapeze - You Are The Music... We're Just The Band (1972)
Trapeze - (Featuring Glenn Hughes) The Final Swing (1974) [compilation]
Trapeze - Trapeze (1975)
Trapeze - Way Back To The Bone (1986) [compilation]
Trapeze - High Flyers: The Best Of Trapeze (1995) [compilation]
Trapeze - Live: Way Back To The Bone (1998)
Trapeze - Welcome To The Real World - Live 1992 (1998)

Deep Purple - Burn (1974)
Deep Purple - Live In London (1974)
Deep Purple - Stormbringer (1974)
Deep Purple - Made In Europe (1975)
Deep Purple - Come Taste The Band (1975)
Deep Purple - Last Concert In Japan (1976)

Deep Purple - Singles A's & B's (1993)
Deep Purple - On The Wings Of A Russian Foxbat: Live In California 1976 (1995)
Deep Purple - California Jamming: Live 1974 (1996)
Deep Purple - Mk. III: The Final Concerts (1996)
Deep Purple - Days May Come And Days May Go, The California Rehearsals, June 1975 (2000)
Deep Purple - 1420 Beachwood Drive, The California Rehearsals, pt 2 (2000)
Deep Purple - This Time Around. Live In Japan 1975 (2001)
Deep Purple - California Jam (2003)
Deep Purple - Perks & Tit (2003)
Deep Purple - Just Might Take Your Life (2003)
Deep Purple - Live in Paris 1975 (2004)
Deep Purple - Burn Remastered 30th Anniversary Edition (2004)
Deep Purple - Stormbringer Remastered 35th Anniversary Edition (2009)
Deep Purple - Come Taste The Band Remastered 35th Anniversary Edition (2010)
Deep Purple - Phoenix Rising - The Untold Story of Deep Purple MK IV [DVD/CD] (2011)

Hughes/Thrall - same (1982)

Black Sabbath - Seventh Star (1986)

Hughes Turner Project - HTP (2002)
Hughes Turner Project - Live In Tokyo (2002)
Hughes Turner Project - II (2003)

Iommi - The 1996 DEP Sessions (2004)
Iommi - Fused (2005)

Black Country Communion - Black Country [CD] [Vinyl] (2010)
Black Country Communion - 2 [CD] [Vinyl] (2011)
Black Country Communion - Live Over Europe [DVD] [Blu-ray] (2011)
Black Country Communion - Live Over Europe [CD] [Vinyl] (2012)
Black Country Communion - Afterglow [CD] [Vinyl] (2012)

California Breed - California Breed [CD] [CD/DVD] (2014)

SESSIONS

Roger Glover And Guests - The Butterfly Ball And The Grasshopper's Feast (1974)
- Glenn Hughes sings lead vocals on one track, "Get Ready".
Jon Lord - Windows (1974)
- Glenn is credited for vocals, bass and guitar.
Tommy Bolin - Teaser (1975)
- Glenn sings part of the lead vocals on one track, "Dreamer".
Various Artists - The Wizard's Convention (1976)
- Glenn Hughes sings lead vocals on two tracks.
Pat Travers - Makin' Magic (1977)
- Glenn sings backing vocals on one track, "Stevie".
4 On The Floor - same (1979)
- Glenn sings all lead vocals.
Climax Blues Band - Lucky For Some (1981)
- Glenn sings backing vocals on one track, "Shake It Lucy".
Night Ranger - Midnight Madness (1983)
- Glenn is uncredited but said to have done some backing vocals.
Heaven - Where Angels Fear To Tread (1983)
- Glenn is credited for backing vocals on two tracks.
Phenomena - same (1985)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on eight or ten tracks depending on what release you get.
Gary Moore - Run For Cover (1985)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on four tracks and plays bass on five tracks.
Various Artists - Dragnet (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1987)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on in the chorus of one track, "City Of Crime".
Phenomena II - Dream Runner (1987)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on three tracks.
Whitesnake - Slip Of The Tongue (1989)
- Glenn sings backing vocals on some tracks. No one seems to know exatly what tracks he's on.
XYZ - same (1989)
- Glenn is just credited for "inspiration" but did some backing vocals.
Notorious - same (1990)
- Glenn is part of a "backing vocals group" on several tracks.
Various Artists - Music From And Inspired By The Film Highlander II: The Quickening (1990)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Haunted".
L.A. Blues Authority - same (1991)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Messin' With The Kid".
The KLF - America: What Time Is Love? (single) (1992)
- Glenn sings lead vocals in the chorus.
Lynch Mob - same (1992)
- Glenn is credited for additional background vocals.
John Norum - Face The Truth (1992)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on six or seven tracks depending on what release you get.
Geoffrey Downes/The New Dance Orchestra - Vox Humana (European version) (1993)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, the Buggles classic "Video Killed The Radio Star".
Sister Whiskey - Liquor And Poker (1993)
- Glenn did some backing vocals.
Marc Bonilla - American Matador (1993)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, a cover of Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade Of Pale".
George Lynch - Sacred Groove (1993)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on two tracks.
Stevie Salas - Stevie Salas Presents: The Electric Pow Wow (1993)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on a cover of Stevie Wonder's "I Was Made To Love Her".
Motley Crue - same (1994)
- Glenn does backing vocals on "Misunderstood".
Manfred Ehlert's Amen - same (1994)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on three tracks.
Various Artists - Smoke On The Water: A Tribute (1994)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Stormbringer".
L.A. Blues Authority Volume V - Cream Of The Crop: A Tribute (1994)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Born Under A Bad Sign".
Hank Davison & Friends - Real Live (1995)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on two tracks, a cover of Deep Purple's "Highway Star" plus "The Liar".
Brazen Abbot - Live And Learn (1995)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on three tracks.
Wet Paint - Shhh..! (1995)
- Glenn does co-lead vocals on one track and he is also credited with additional background vocals.
Richie Kotzen - Wave Of Emotion (1996)
- Glenn sings backing vocals on "Stoned".
Liesegang - No Strings Attached (1996)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on three tracks.
Asia - Archiva 1 (1996)
- Glenn is uncredited but does backing vocals on "Tears".
Various Artists - To Cry You A Song: A Collection Of Tull Tales (1996)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "To Cry You A Song".
Various Artists - Dragon Attack: A Tribute To Queen (1996)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Get Down Make Love".
Amen - Aguilar (1996)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on a remixed version of a track off the first Amen CD.
Glenn Hughes/Geoff Downes - The Work Tapes (1998)
- Glenn sings all lead vocals.
Glenn Hughes, Johnnie Bolin & Friends - Tommy Bolin: 1997 Tribute (1998)
- Glenn sings all lead vocals.
Stuart Smith - Heaven And Earth (1998)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean".
Various Artists - Humanary Stew: A Tribute To Alice Cooper (1999)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Only Women Bleed".
Various Artists - Encores, Legends & Paradox: A Tribute To The Music Of ELP (1999)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Knife Edge".
The Bobaloos - The Bobaloos (1999).
- Glenn sings lead vocals on six tracks and backing vocals on another one.
Niacin - Deep (1999)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Things Ain't Like they Used To Be".
Erik Norlander - Into The Sunset (2000)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Rome Is Burning".
Tidewater Grain - Here On The Outside (2000)
- Glenn sings backing vocals.
Voodoo Hill (2000)
- Glenn sings lead on the entire CD.
Craig Erickson Project - Shine (2000)
- Glenn sings lead on a cover of Tommy Bolin's "Wild Dogs".
Nikolo Kotzev's Nostradamus (2001)
- Glenn sings lead/co-lead on several tracks.
Max Magagni - Twister (2001)
- Glenn plays bass and sings lead vocals on one track "Can You Get It Up".
Stone Cold Queen - A Tribute (2001)
- Glenn sings on a cover of Queen's "Killer Queen".
Another Hair Of The Dog - A Tribute To Nazareth (2001)
- Glenn sings on a cover of "Piece Of My Heart".
Let The Tribute Do The Talking - Tribute To Aerosmith (2001)
- Glenn sings on a cover of "Kings And Queens".
Ape Quartet - Please Where Do We Live? (2001)
- Glenn sings on "'Its Gonna Break"
Voices Of Classic Rock - Voices For America (2001)
- America the Beautiful
Ellis - EIII (2002)
- Glenn sings co-lead on "Growing Wise" and co-wrote "Happy To Be Cool"
Ryo Okumoto - Coming Through (2002)
- Glenn sings on "Highway Roller"
Pigs And Pyramids: An All Star Lineup Performing The Songs Of Pink Floyd (2002)
- Glenn sings on "Young Lust"
Jeff Scott Soto - Prism (2002)
- Glenn sings on "I Want To Take You Higher"
The Alchemist - Songs From The Westside (2002)
- Glenn sings on 6 (out of 8) tracks
Aina - Days of Rising Doom (2003)
- Glenn sings a few songs on this metal opera, released on Transmission Records
Chris Catena - Freak Out! (2003)
- Glenn and many other big names on this interesting Italian project by singer Chris Catena (Frontiers Records)
Voodoo Hill - Wild Seed of Mother Earth (2004)
- Glenn's second Voodoo Hill album with Dario Mollo
Iommi & Hughes - The 1996 DEP Sessions (2004)
- Glenn and Tony Iommi. An official release of the infamous bootlegged sessions
Sabbath Crosses Tributo a Black Sabbath [CD] (2004)
- Argentinian release featuring Glenn with Rata Blanca performing "No Stranger To Love"
Vargas Blues Band - Love, Union, Peace (2005)
- Glenn sings on "Sad Eyes"
Monkey Business - Kiss Me On My Ego (2005)
- Glenn is the featured vocalist on 2 songs, "Weekend Warrior" and "Silence"
Michael Men Project - Made In Moscow (2005)
- Glenn co-wrote and sings, together with Joe Lynn Turner
Stealth - Official Motion Picture Soundtrack (2005)
- Glenn perfoms "Nights in White Satin" with Chad Smith and John Frusciante
Rata Blanca - A Vivo en Teatro Gran Rex [DVD] (2005)
Moonstone Project - Time to Take a Stand (2006)
- Glenn sings on "Rose in Hell" and 'Where Do You Hide"
Phenomena - Psychofantasy (2006)
- Glenn sings on some of the tracks
The Lizards - Against All Odds (2006)
- Glenn co-wrote and sings on the album
Quiet Riot - Rehab (2006)
- Glenn co-wrote and sings on the album
Ken Hensley - Blood On The Highway (2007)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on two songs, "What You Gonna Do" and "The Last Dance"
Frankie Banali & Friends - 24/7/365 The Tribute To Led Zeppelin (2007)
- Glenn is featured on the song, "Four Sticks", which also features Steve Fister (guitar), Frankie Banali (drums, djembe, doumbek) and Neil Citron (keyboards).
Robin George/Glenn Hughes - Sweet Revenge (2008)
- Songs from sessions recorded in 1989
Moonstone Project [2008 Reissue] - Hidden In Time [previous 2006 title, "Time to Take a Stand"] (2008)
- Glenn sings on "Rose in Hell" and 'Where Do You Hide", with an additional vocal and piano version of, "Where Do You Hide Your Blues".
Keith Emerson/Glenn Hughes/Marc Bonilla - Boys Club - Live From California (2009)
- Glenn is the featured vocalist on this live compilation taken from the shows in California in 1998
Monkey Business - Twilight Of Jesters? (2009)
- Glenn is the featured vocalist on 2 songs, "Gumball" and "History Of Pathos"
Various Artists - Childline Rocks 2009 (2009)
- Glenn performs "You Keep On Moving", "Mistreated" and "Soul Mover" and joins the full artist line-up with the finale of, "Smoke On The Water".
Abbey Road - A Tribute To The Beatles (2009)
- Glenn is the featured vocalist on the timeless classic song, "Let It Be"
Moonstone Project - Rebel On The Run (2009)
- Glenn wrote and features on one song, "Closer Than You Think".
Various Artists - An All-Star Salute To Christmas (2009)
- Glenn is the featured vocalist on the timeless Holiday classic hymn, "O' Holy Night"
One Soul Thrust - 1st (2010)
- Glenn guests on a duet, "Go Home and Melt" with Salem Jones, singer/songwriter, for Canadian rock band, One Soul Thrust, for their May 2010 debut release.
Kens Dojo - Reincarnation (2010)
- Glenn contributes vocals on 4 songs - guests on the song, "I Surrender". Ken Ingwersen is a guitar player, songwriter and producer.
Mike Porcaro - Brotherly Love (2011)
- From former Toto member, Mike Porcaro and dedicated to his brother, Jeff Porcaro. Glenn is featured on 6 songs from this live album, recorded in Koblenz, Germany in 2002 - "Rosanna", "Manic Depression", "Georgy Porgy", "Lowdown", "English Eyes" and "Let's Stay Together".
Pushking - The World as We Love It (2011)
- One of Russia's most popular metal/rock bands, Pushking has released over 15 albums. Glenn guests on 4 songs, "Why Don't You?", "Private Own", "Tonight" and "Kukarracha".
Joe Bonamassa - Dust Bowl (2011)
- Glenn guests on his Black Country Communion bandmates' solo album, singing vocals on the album cut, "Heartbreaker", the Paul Rodgers penned and FREE classic.
SIN-atra (2011)
- Glenn contributes vocals to one song, the classic Frank Sinatra track, "I've Got You Under My Skin". SIN-atra offers a set of totally original versions of classic Frank Sinatra songs. All 12 songs are given a radical and individual new treatment from some of the finest voices in rock.
The Slam - Hit It (2011)
- Glenn is the guest vocalist on the song, "Little Angel", from Bosnia based band, The Slam's debut album, "Hit It".
Tommy Bolin & Friends - Great Gypsy Soul (2012)
- Glenn joins a host of rock legends on this tribute album to his late and close personal friend and fellow musician, Tommy Bolin. He sings on two songs, "Sugar Shack" and "Lotus".
Ken Hensley - Love & Other Mysteries (2012)
- Glenn features on the song, "Romance".
Various Artists - Re-Machined : Deep Purple Tribute (2012)
- Glenn performs "Maybe I'm A Leo" with Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer, Chad Smith, joined by guitarist, Luis Carlos Maldonado. In addition, he sings in a tribute to Jon Lord on "Highway Star", with guitar virtuoso, Steve Vai, again with Chad Smith on drums, and with Lauchlan Doley on keys.
Various Artists - An All-Star Tribute To Christmas (2012)
- Glenn's rendition of the Christmas classic, 'O' Holy Night', re-recorded in 2009 for Cleopatra Records, not his original, as featured on the Pink Cloud Records, solo release, "A Soulful Christmas" in 2000.
Device - Device (2013)
- Glenn's is featured on the song, "Through It All", from the debut album by Device, formed by DISTURBED front man, David Draiman.
Keith Emerson/Glenn Hughes/Marc Bonilla - Boys Club - Live From California - The Complete Concert (2013)
- Glenn is the featured vocalist on this live compilation taken from the shows in California in 1998
Gov't Mule - Shout! (2013)
- Glenn is the guest vocalist on the song, "No Reward", from the unique all-star double album by Gov't Mule, with 11 guest vocalists interpreting each of the album's 11 songs.
Various Artists - Ronnie James Dio - This Is Your Life (2014)
- In celebration of one of rock's most powerful voices and a close friend, Glenn is joined by an all-star line-up in tribute to Ronnie James Dio. He is featured on the song, "Catch The Rainbow".

OTHER CREDITS

Don Dokken - Up From The Ashes (1990)
- Glenn co-wrote "When Love Finds A Fool".
Go Back Phantom Blue - Built To Perform (1993)
- Glenn co-wrote "TimeTo Run".
Snakes In Paradise - Love Got Wings (single) (1993)
- Glenn co-wrote one track, "Play With Fire".
Snakes In Paradise - same (1994)
- Glenn co-wrote "The Night Goes On".
Dave Nerge's Bulldog - The Return Of Mr Nasty (1994)
- Glenn co-wrote "If You Don't Want Me To".