Snapshot (Roger Glover album)

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Snapshot
Studio album by Roger Glover and The Guilty Party
Released November 5, 2002
Recorded 2001–2002
Genre Rock, Roots rock, Reggae
Length 54:27
Label Eagle
Producer Peter Denenberg, Roger Glover
Roger Glover and The Guilty Party chronology
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Snapshot is the fourth solo album by Deep Purple bassist Roger Glover released in September 2002 by Eagle Records. It features Randall Bramblett, Warren Haynes and Gillian Glover (Roger's daughter). It is credited to Roger Glover & The Guilty Party.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "My Turn" (Glover) - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  2. "Burn Me Up Slowly" (Glover) - Vocals by Roger Glover
  3. "Beyond Emily" - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  4. "Queen Of England" (Bramblett) - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  5. "No Place To Go" (Glover) - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  6. "The Bargain Basement" (Glover) - Vocals by Gillian Glover
  7. "What You Don't Say" - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  8. "Nothing Else" (Glover) - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  9. "Could Have Been Me" (Glover) - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  10. "The More I Find" (Glover) - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  11. "When It Comes To You" - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  12. "Some Hope" - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  13. "If I Could Fly" (Glover) - Vocals by Randall Bramblett
  14. "It's Only Life" - Vocals by Randall Bramblett

Personnel[edit]

Production notes[edit]

  • Engineered by Peter Denenberg.
  • Mixed by Peter Denenberg and Roger Glover at Acme Studios, Mamaroneck, New York.
  • Second engineer/programming: Michael Messier, Rory Young.
  • Assistant engineer: Jim Albert.
  • Mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound, New York. Art direction and design: Roger Glover.
  • Layout: Diane Murphy.
  • 1950 photograph of Roger Glover: Norman Glover.

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