I remember back in 1985 when Tom Galley, the brother of Whitesnake guitarist Mel Galley, released his first Phenomena album. The album wasn’t a huge hit sales wise, but I remember me and my friends just couldn’t stop listening to it. Galley didn’t play anything on the album (or on any other Phenomena album, for that matter), but worked as a conductor, producer and song writer. He was the one who hired all the professional musicians for the album. That CD (or LP, which was the case back then) featured Glenn Hughes on lead vocals and the album is now considered a classic by rock fans around the globe. It was also Hughes big comeback, an album that gave Hughes the job with both Gary Moore and Tony Iommi’s Black Sabbath, both jobs he screwed up because his drug addiction.