|Interprète:||Iommi With Glenn Hughes|
|Titre:||The 1996 Dep Sessions|
|Style:||Hard Rock, Heavy Metal|
|Label:||Mayan Records, Sanctuary Records|
|1||Don't Drag The River||4:34|
|2||From Another World||5:55|
|3||Time Is The Healer||4:16|
|4||Don't You Tell Me||4:14|
|6||I'm Not The Same Man||4:21|
|8||It Falls Through Me||4:46|
|06076-84724-2||Iommi With Glenn Hughes||Iommi With Glenn Hughes - The 1996 Dep Sessions (CD, Album)||Sanctuary Records||06076-84724-2||US||2004|
|VICP-62961||Iommi = アイオミ With Glenn Hughes = グレン・ヒューズ||Iommi = アイオミ With Glenn Hughes = グレン・ヒューズ - The 1996 Dep Sessions = ザ・1996・DEP(デップ)セッションズ (CD, Album)||Victor||VICP-62961||Japan||2005|
|MYNCD030||Iommi With Glenn Hughes||Iommi With Glenn Hughes - The 1996 Dep Sessions (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Mayan Records , Sanctuary Records||MYNCD030||Russia||2004|
|06076-84724-2||Iommi With Glenn Hughes||Iommi With Glenn Hughes - The 1996 Dep Sessions (CD, Album, Club)||Sanctuary Records||06076-84724-2||US||2004|
|MYNPRO30||Iommi With Glenn Hughes||Iommi With Glenn Hughes - The 1996 Dep Sessions (CD, Album, Promo)||Mayan Records||MYNPRO30||2004|
"The 1996 Legendary Recording Sessions! Unseen. Unheard. Unearthed."
● Originally recorded at Cabin Studios, Coventry, and DEP Studios, Birmingham, July-December 1996.
● Drums re-recorded at Tone Hall Birmingham, March-April 2004.
● Engineered at DEP Studios by Mike Exeter & Kit Woolven, and by Paul Samson at Cabin Studios, 1996.
● Mixed at Tone Hall and The Sound Loft, Birmingham, 2004.
● Mastered at 360 Mastering, London
The 1996 DEP Sessions is a collaborative studio album by British musicians Tony Iommi and Glenn Hughes, released through Sanctuary and Mayan Records in 2004. Material for The 1996 DEP Sessions was originally recorded in 1996, and was circulated among fans as a bootleg recording dubbed Eighth Star, where two of the tracks were missing, but instead a track called Shaking My Wings was included, which did not feature Tony Iommi its real name is To Cry You A Song, still sung by Hughes but from the. The 1996 DEP Sessions is the second solo album by guitar player Tony. 2015 г. The 1996 DEP Sessions is the second. Line-up: Glenn Hughes - Vocals, Bass Tony Iommi - Guitars Don Airey - Keyboards. GuestSession: Neil Murray - Bass Mike 1996 Tony Iommi was writing for his solo album and looking around for singers who might do justice to his music. Tony and Glenn Hughes had stayed in touch since the 7th Star album and they arranged to meet, write and see what came up. These songs were recorded as a set of demos in Coventry and Birmingham in the autumn of 1996, the bulk of them at DEP Studios, owned by local band UB40. Q&A with Tony Iommi & Glenn Hughes - September 2004. Why did The 1996 DEP Sessions remain unreleased until now A. Glenn Hughes - The 1996 DEP Sessions 2004. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. The 1996 DEP Sessions. Two full decades after the release of 1986's underestimated Seventh Star album, Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi and journeyman vocalistbassist Glenn Hughes Trapeze, Deep Purple, etc. decided the time had come for them to work together once again. Ensconcing themselves in Birmingham's DEP Studios, the duo composed and recorded eight tracks for release, but when Iommi was suddenly called into action with a re-formed and regularly touring original Sabbath, the work in progress was abandoned, filed away, and then, naturally, quickly bootlegged under the imaginative title of Eighth. Released September 28, 2004 in the US October 4, 2004 in the UK. A different version of the album, with varying tracklist, songs, and recordings, was earlier released as a bootleg titled Eighth Star. All songs by Iommi and Hughes. Recording information: Originally recorded at Cabin Studios, Coventry & DEP Studios, Birmingham Jul-Dec 1996. Mastered at 360 Mastering, London. The drums were originally recorded by former Judas Priest drummer Dave Holland, but due to his conviction for sexual assault, Jimmy Copley re-recorded all the tracks in 2004. In late 2004, Iommi's second solo album was released, entitled The 1996 DEP Sessions. This album was originally recorded in 1996, but was never officially released. However, a copy with a drum track by Dave Holland was available as a bootleg called Eighth Star. Glenn Hughes performed vocals on the album, and he furthered his col read more. Tony Iommi's Solo Career In 2000, Iommi finally released his first legitimate solo album, titled Iommi. The album featured several guest vocalists that included Henry Rollins, Serj Tan read more. Tony Iommi's Solo Career In 2000, Iommi final. The 1996 Legendary Recording Sessions Unseen. Originally recorded at Cabin Studios, Coventry, and DEP Studios, Birmingham, July-December 1996. Drums re-recorded at Tone Hall Birmingham, March-April 2004. Engineered at DEP Studios by Mike Exeter & Kit Woolven, and by Paul Samson at Cabin Studios, 1996. Mixed at Tone Hall and The Sound Loft, Birmingham, 2004. The 1996 Dep Sessions. IommiHughes Iommi-Tony Iommi & Glenn Hughes Tony Iommi & 0 more Format: Audio CD. Hughes and Iommi had previously worked together under the Black Sabbath moniker for the 7th Star album and the tracks here have been available for years under the bootleg title 8th Star. I have never heard the boot versions, but apparently things have been cleaned up, additional drums recorded, along with a few other tweaks to the material. Overall this is a very nice hard rock disc. Album: The 1996 Dep Sessions. I'm Not the Same Man. embed . Get the embed code. Iommi with Glenn Hughes Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review