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A Future Classic

First album from Black Country Communion was a good solid start but the follow up is an absolute screamer! I can honestly say there is not one track that I'd skip and there are very few albums I can say that about. Great 70's rock with a modern edge - Glen Hughes vocals perfectly suit the material but Joe Bonamassa also sings on three tracks and does a great job of providing contrast to Hughes's very distinctive style. Standout tracks - All of 'em!! but "An Ordinary Son" is the track I keep going back to - absolutely fantasic!
If you want an album of well wrtitten songs performed by extremely talented musos that will stand the test of time - this is it!!

Great 2nd Album From BCC

A great allbum to sit back and listen through. Solid album from first song till last.


Formed: 2010

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

A band featuring four veteran heavy-hitters of British and American hard rock, Black Country Communion are rooted in an alliance between bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple) and blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa. At the suggestion of engineer and producer Kevin Shirley, journeyman drummer Jason Bonham and keyboardist Derek Sherinian (Dream Theater) were invited to join, and both obliged. The quartet recorded its first album during early 2010 and had it issued that September on J&R Adventures....
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