Track Listing
Devil's Road
You Can't Stop Rock N Roll
Death Alley Driver
I Surrender (3)
Dark Days
Mistreated (1)
Can't Stop The Flood
Better Man
Ride The Storm
King Of Dreams
Street Of Dreams (2)
Spotlight Kid
Against The Wall

(*) Best Tracks

Hughes Turner Project

Buy it if you liked:
Deep Purple
Black Sabath

Live In Tokyo
MTM Music
Produced By: HTP
Running Time: 72.41 Genre: Hard Rock
Release Date: Out Now Released: EU JP
WebLink: HTP LabelLink: MTM

Live In Tokyo was recorded on the Hughes / Turner tour of Japan earlier this year, undertaken in support of their debut album together.
I loved the album and it's safe to say if you did too, then this album is an essential purchase.
This album is not only a chance for the guys to loosen up and rock out with the tracks they recorded together, it's a snapshot of rock n roll history, with the guys both delving back into their pasts.
With tracks from Rainbow, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath, not to mention some solo classics also, this 14 track album has a hell of a lot to offer.
To hear a 9 minute plus version of Purple's Mistreater, with Hughes in amazing form is cool. But then there's a couple of gems from Joe Lynn Turner's career King Of Dreams (a favorite Purple track) and Rainbow's Street Of Dreams.
Add the obligatory Stormbringer and some of the best tracks from the HTP album (Devil's Road, Ride The Storm) and you have a great classic hard rock album performed live.
Of special note is the partnership between Hughes and Turner. The guys both swap vocals back and forth, often sharing each others parts and always providing harmony support. They have a chemistry that really works and almost know what each other is thinking on stage. Great to see two guys that have shared a lot of parallels in their careers teaming up so well.
Added bonus is the studio Japanese bonus track Against The Wall - a very good track from the debut album.

The Bottom Line
A good hard rocking, non tampered with live album.
This is everything I love in a live album raw, 100% live, great vibes and importantly a great sound.
Above all - a great track selection for fans fo classic hard rock.
Good art, good running time (for a live CD) and great track selection.

Line Up
Glenn Hughes, Joe Lynn Turner: Vocals
Akira Kajiyama, Joe Lynn Turner: Guitar
Toshio Egawa: Keyboards
Yoshihiro Kudo: Drums
Glenn Hughes: Bass

Additional Ratings

AOR Heaven NEH Records Z-Roxx Loud 1 Destiny Hot Tracks Target Wishing Well Loud Metal Perris