August 3, 2021

Deep Purple’s Roger Glover Announces Reissue Of Solo Album ‘Snapshot’ With Unreleased Demo Tracks –

Almost 20 years after the release of his fourth solo album, Roger glover has announced the long-awaited relaunch of “Snapshot”. The album will be out October 8 on CD and the vinyl will arrive on November 19.

In 2002, the DARK PURPLE the bass player joined forces with him Guilty party, teaming up with the vocalist Randall Bramblett, is Gillian Gloverand guitarist Warren Haynes, among others, to deliver this blues rock album. It is a true highlight of GloverHis solo career, peppered with swing, reggae and jazz influences.

The re-release comes with a huge bonus, as it not only brings back these 14 wonderful blues songs, it also comes fully remastered with five additional previously unreleased demo tracks, showing the album in a whole new light. New liner notes from Roger glover he completes the additional content himself and gives insight into the songwriting and recording process behind this album. The album will also be released on vinyl for the first time, with new illustrations.

“Snapshot” re-release of the song list:

01. My turn

02. Burn me slowly

03. Beyond Emily

04. Queen of England

05. Nowhere to go

06. The bargain basement

07. What you don’t say

08. Nothing more

09. Could have been me

10. The more I find

11. When it comes to you

12. Any hope

13. If I could Fly

14. It’s just life

15. Burn me slowly (Manifestation)

sixteen. My turn (Manifestation)

17. Beyond Emily (Manifestation)

18. Nothing more (Manifestation)

19. The bargain basement (Manifestation)

The last December, Glover confirmed that he is still planning to publish his autobiography. “I’ve been toying with writing a book for several years, but I’m not really doing much about it,” he said in a new interview with a fan that was published in the YouTube the band’s record label channel, earMUSIC. “But since this pandemic situation and being trapped at home, I’ve actually started with a lot of energy and made a lot of progress. The only problem is that, as much as I progress, I realize how much there is still left. to come, that is very important. Got to the point where I’ll join PURPLE. And a lot of that was easy, because I wrote diaries in the 60’s. So there were a lot of notes and concert lists and stuff in the diaries. But when I joined PURPLE, I stopped writing, so it’s all over. It’s all I can think of now, so it’s hard. But I will, I am determined.

DARK PURPLEthe last album of «¡Whoosh!», was released in August 2020 via earMUSIC. The LP was again directed by the Canadian producer Bob Ezrin (KISS, PINK FLOYD, ALICE COOPER), who also worked on the band’s two previous studio albums, 2017 “Infinity” y 2013’s “Now what?!”

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