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It all started in his mum and dad’s kitchen

Glenn Hughes comments on 9 of his favourite songs for a feature in Louder Sound:

Trapeze – Medusa

I distinctly remember writing this song in my mother and father’s kitchen. Little did I know what an amazing impact it would have on my life as well as the lives of many others around the globe.

It was a very important song for myself and Trapeze back in 1971. Medusa really opened the doors to America for us. The song has stood the test of time and has nearly always made an appearance in my solo live shows. It was a great honour for me to re-record the song with Joe Bonamassa and Black Country Communion in 2010.

Read more in Louder Sound.



2 Comments to “It all started in his mum and dad’s kitchen”:

  1. 1
    Ivica says:

    And …. ten !? 🙂

    “I’m The Man” .. solo album “Blues ” 1992. Bluesy Mötley Crüe ” Dr. Feelgood “:).)
    Glenn vocal cool element ….instrumental driving …great solo bass Tony Franklin and amazing guitar John Norum

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IO-36XiGxa8

  2. 2
    Buttockss says:

    @ 1… I agree with you on the Glenn Hughes blues album, the song I’m a man is a flat out rocker and the highlight of that album which also includes the great Warren DiMartini of rat on that song.

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