Tag Archives: Bob Marlette

Feature: Albums that time forgot – NEAL SCHON – Late Nite

Neal Schon - Late Nite

Columbia [1989] Years ago there was a very good record store in the Liverpool area and with a branch in my nearby shopping bolthole Chester.  Penny Lane Records yielded a fine selection of import albums at a reasonable price.  It … Continue reading

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Feature: Albums that time forgot – IOMMI – Fused (Tony Iommi/Glenn Hughes)

IOMMI - Fused (Tony Iommi/Glenn Hughes)

Sanctuary [2005] In 2005 Tony Iommi and Glenn Hughes collaborated on the album ‘Fused’.  It was Iommi’s second solo album.  The pair had worked together on ‘Seventh Star’ in 1986,  with drummer Kenny Aronoff, and this was originally destined to … Continue reading

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Album review: SEBASTIAN BACH – Give ‘Em Hell

SEBASTIAN BACH - Give

Frontiers www.frontiers.it [Release date 21.04.14] Sebastian Bach’s fourth solo studio album once again finds Bob Marlette in the producers seat and it includes everything you would expect- the instantly recognisable vocals, the screams and the heavy grooves partnered with those … Continue reading

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