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- Joe Lynn Turner & 10-10-345
- October 4-10; A Bit of Lucre From Lucky Dog
- By Seth Schiesel
- Oct. 11, 1998
- What do Larry Hagman from ”Dallas,” Isabel Sanford from ”The Jeffersons” and Joe Lynn Turner from the rock group Deep Purple have in common?
- They are all dogs. At least, they help play dogs in television commercials for the Lucky Dog Phone Company, the first brand AT&T has created in its 113-year history that does not actually mention AT&T.
- There is a good reason for that. Since 1885, AT&T, the nation’s largest communications company, has built an image based on trust, reliability, convenience and a sense of community (as in ”Reach out and touch someone”).
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- Every day, AT&T will give away 345 prizes to people who use the service, plus a $1 million grand prize in January. Its market research found that people who like to save money with flat-rate services like Lucky Dog (a dime a minute, a dime to connect) also like sweepstakes.
- The research may also have discovered something else: that a phone call is a basic consumer product rather than a high-tech way to improve someone’s life. Maybe that is why the AT&T executive who invented Lucky Dog used to market Diet Pepsi.
- For the record, Mr. Hagman is the voice of a bull mastiff, Ms. Sanford a basset hound and Mr. Turner a mutt. SETH SCHIESEL
Lead up to the Album:
- This was their last album with the lineup of Hughes, Galley, Holland.
- First album not produced by John Lodge of the Moody Blues who had produced the first two
- Songs split evenly between Hughes solo compositions and Mel/Tom Galley compositions.
- Bass, Piano, Vocals – Glenn Hughes
- Drums, Percussion – David Holland*
- Guitar – Mel Galley
- B. J. Cole – steel guitar on “Keepin’ Time” and “Coast to Coast”
- Prolific session musician with Elton John (plays on “Tiny Dancer”), Kiki Dee, Uriah Heep, Cat Stevens
- Rod Argent – electric piano on “Coast to Coast”, piano on “Feelin’ So Much Better Now”
- Played in a band called The Zombies, long solo career
- Kirk Duncan – electric piano on “What Is a Woman’s Role”
- Played with The Moody Blues, The Spencer Davis Group
- John Ogden – percussion on “What Is a Woman’s Role”
- Main credit, also played on Trapeze’s “Hot Wire” album
- Frank Ricotti – vibraphone on “Will Our Love End”
- Very prolific session musician, played with Hans Zimmer, Mark Knopfler, Rick Wakeman, Oasis, Meat Loaf
- Jimmy Hastings – alto saxophone on “Will Our Love End”
- Played extensively with UK prog band Caravan,
Album Art & Booklet Review
- Photography By [Back Cover]
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Carl Dunn
- Dave Grinstead*
- Worked with John Mayall, The Moody Blues, David Bowie
- John Burns
- Worked with Genesis, Traffic, Jethro Tull’s first 3 albums
- John Burns (2)
- If one is incorrect it may be this one. Credits mostly start in late 70s. Says on his Discogs not to be confused with the other John Burns.
- Dave Grinstead*
- Producer – Neil Slaven
- Nickname of Neil “The Curmudgeon” Slaven
- Would produce later Trapeze albums post-Hughes “The Loser” and “The Final Swing”
- Worked with John Lee Hooker, Otis Rush, Peter Green, and John Mayall
- Keepin’ Time (M. Galley, T. Galley)
- Steel Guitar – B.J. Cole*
- Coast To Coast (Hughes)
- What Is a Woman’s Role (Hughes)
- Way Back To The Bone (Hughes)
- Feelin’ So Much Better Now (Hughes)
- Organ – Rod Argent
- Will Your Love End (Hughes)
- Loser (M. Galley, T. Galley)
- You Are The Music (M. Galley, T. Galley)
For Further Information:
- TRAPEZE – A BRIEF HISTORY (1969-1994)
- Glenn Hughes The Autobiography: From Deep Purple to Black Country Communion by Glenn Hughes
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