Hughes Turner Project (HTP) was a musical project formed in the 2001 by bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes (formerly of Deep Purple and Black Sabbath, et. and vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (formerly of Rainbow, Deep Purple, and Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force)
Hughes Turner Project – HTP 2. Label: CD-Maximum – CDM 0903-1507. Producer – Gabrielle Hughes. Recorded By – Crumb Bros. Jeff Kollman, Mark Renk. Recorded By – Evan Beigel. Vocals – Joe Lynn Turner. Vocals, Bass – Glenn Hughes. Written-By – Hughes, Marsh (tracks: 1, 3 to 6, 9, 10), Turner (tracks: 1, 3 to 7, 9, 10). Notes. Released in standard jewel-case with clear tray, includes 12-pages booklet.
Hughes Turner Project (HTP) was a musical project formed in the 2001 by bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes (formerly of Deep Purple, Trapeze and Black Sabbath) and vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (formerly of Deep Purple, Rainbow and Yngwie Malmsteen). Long time friends Glen Hughes and Joe Lynn Turner had first planned to release an album together in 1989, the two got together and wrote some demos, but nothing ended up being released from these sessions.
Hughes Turner Project chronology. Live In Tokyo (2002)Live In Tokyo2002. After a failed attempt in the late 80s to write an album together, Glenn Hughes and Joe Lynn Turner again joined forces in 2001 and started writing and recording an album. The album was released in February 2002 and focuses on the hard rock that both musicians are known for as well as a more AOR sound that is indicative of Turner's output and funk leanings, in a similar vein to Hughes’ solo albums. Hughes’ regular guitarist JJ Marsh plays on the album and co-wrote the majority of the tracks. The album also features performances from drummer Shane Galaas and keyboardist Vince DiCola
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You Can't Stop Rock N' Roll
Guitar [Guest Guitar Solos] – Paul Gilbert
Missed Your Name
Mystery Of The Heart
Heaven's Missing An Angel
Guitar, Guitar [Guest Guitar Solos] – John Sykes
Ride The Storm
Guitar [Guest Guitar Solos] – Akira Kajiyama
Run Run Run
Against The Wall
On The Ledge
Engineer, Mixed By
JJ Marsh (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 12)
Joe Lynn Turner,
Glenn Hughes (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 12),
Joe Lynn Turner (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 12)
Recorded at Diamond In The Rough, Los Angeles, CA. Mixed at Westlake Audio, Hollywood, CA.
Mastered at Classic Sound.
This, American, version has one additional track (track 11), compared to the European version.