Re: Black Country Communion Reunion Confirmed
I enjoyed the BCC albums/DVD and I really enjoyed them live, but I have to say that it never seemed to be 100% committed hard rock. A lot of the material could quite easily have been included in Joe's solo sets. The fact that SOY is touted so much indicates that.
I think Joe was too much like Joe on the albums. I would love him to go with a whole new tonal approach and really 'dirty up' his work. His clean tones are just a little lightweight.
On one occasion, I saw BCC with Michael Schenker as support and even though Schenker was just coming back after his 'troubles', he is the supreme melodic hard rock guitar player. I assume Shirley will produce, so my advice to him would be to listen to Strangers in the Night and MSG at Budokan until his ears bleed !!!
nah not for me-an irritant getting in the way of joes real job where he is just flying-not a fan of screeching prima donna hughes-bound to end in tears