The song represents a subject very close to the heart of Glenn Hughes as he explains. “Joe captured the mood brilliantly on this song.
This was as Glenn kept reiterating a night where four really good friends got together and played the music they loved.
When I was 21 years old I didn’t know I was going to be this guy… I’m being led, pointed this way by something greater than me.
“BCCIV” expands upon the progression that took place between the first three albums. With an abundance of heavy riffs, undeniable hooks, melodic flair and infectious choruses.
For a man who allegedly had his drugs delivered in mars bars when he fronted Black Sabbath in the 80s, the person we see before us these days is every inch the healthy, fit, wiser, stronger person that over the last few years, we have come to love immensely.
If you follow any sort of rock music news sites you’ve likely heard by now that things in the BCC camp aren’t as rosy as they once were…
the immense guitar talent is a plus and always has been but the way Derek conducts each song to fit each style of the guitar talent is the best quality about this instrumental effort and you don’t always just get the feel of just a “Jam” band.
The only thing missing this time around is the surprise factor and maybe a couple less really amazing tunes, but this is still a very, very high quality rock album that shows us BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION are easily one of the most exciting classic-rock inspired bands going around this generation…