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Glenn Hughes – Live At The Basement

Early 2006 Glenn Hughes did a acoustic show in Sydney, Australia with JJ Marsh on guitar and Lachlan Doley on keyboard. The performance was captured and will be released on CD and DVD in 2007. This was the setlist.
Coast To Coast
I Found A Woman
This Time Around
Nights In White Satin
Last Mistake
This House
Frail
The Divine
This Is How I Feel
Whiter Shade Of Pale
Mistreated
Soulmover
Gettin’ Tighter (with Jimmy Barnes)
You Keep On Moving
Thanks to Glenn Hughes for the information.



7 Comments to “Glenn Hughes – Live At The Basement”:

  1. 1
    bordoglass says:

    Great. Hear it on bootleg recordings and it’s a fantastic performance from Glenn & Co. ” I Found a Woman” is a true gem and a rarity too.

  2. 2
    Karl-Heinz says:

    I can’t wait for the live DVD. The australian unplugged shows were great. Glenn is celebrating his music!

    Karl-heinz

  3. 3
    Ed King says:

    Glenn is better than ever !!! Unlike some former Purple Members ( xmas tunes ) what the f*** !!

  4. 4
    Bradley says:

    EXCELLANT!!!! I was at the sydney show and it was incredible,can’t wait.Glenns voice was in incredible shape.

  5. 5
    Stephanovski says:

    I saw this show live on Australian television and was absolutely flipping out because Glenn was the most passionate, intense, artistic, creative and inspiration singer I have heard for years and possibly ever. A life changing experience. I watch and listen over and over and I am just as inspired and amazed.

    Thank you Glenn you are a legend. In more than you own mind.

  6. 6
    Shaun says:

    I saw Glenn’s performance on the ABC and it was so shit that I had to change the channel. He has got a good voice and he can play guitar but it was just crap really. There was no melding between lyrics and music.

  7. 7
    DeepOz says:

    Iconic Sydney music venue The Basement is closing its doors.
    The Circular Quay nightspot first opened in 1973 and is one of Sydney’s oldest jazz venues. Over the years it has become a stalwart of the city’s broader entertainment and live music scene.

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