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A project band of Italian guitarist Dario Mollo, known for his output with
The Cage and Crossbones.
For Voodoo Hill Mollo brought in the talents of former Deep Purple and Black Sabbath singer Glenn Hughes to lend a touch of class on the lead vocal front.
The debut album, which saw Max Matis on bass, Dario Patti on keyboards and Roberto Gualdi manning the drums, included a cover version of
The Gypsy by Deep Purple.

Ezio Secomandi of The Cage provides drums for the track Spun In Lost Wages.

A second Voodoo Hill album, Wild Seed of Mother Earth, recorded at Mollo’s studios in Ventimiglia, would be completed in early 2004, this retaining the same band structure with the exception of Fulvio Gaslini of Crossbones repute on bass guitar.

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  • Blarobbarg

    Great band. Wish I could find their second album locally. :| And plus, how does nobody seem to know about these guys? With a group of people like this, you'd think they'd be super popular!

    26 May 2010 Reply
  • Carmelo530

    Fantastic!

    12 May 2010 Reply
  • hurricane_mario

    Omfg.... "Glenn Hughes - Vocals (Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Aina, Erik Norlander, Iommi, Mötley Crüe, Quiet Riot, Trapeze, Finders Keepers, Hughes/Thrall, Phenomena, Phenomena II, Gary Moore, Jon Lord, Tommy Bolin, Pat Travers, 4 On The Floor, Climax Blues Band, Night Ranger, Heaven, Whitesnake, XYZ, Notorious, L.A. Blues Authority, The KLF, Lynch Mob, John Norum, Geoff Downes, Sister Whiskey, Mark Bonilla, George Lynch, Stevie Salas, Manfred Ehlert's Amen, Hank Davison, Brazen Abbot, Wet Paint, Richie Kotzen, Liesagang, Asia, Amen, Stuart Smith, The Bobaloos, Niacin, Tidewater Grain, Craig Erickson Project, Nikolo Kotzev, Max Magagni, Ape Quartet, Ellis, Hughes Turner Project, The Alchemist, Ryo Okumoto, Jeff Scott Soto, Chris Catena, Michael Men Project, Moonstone Project, The Lizards, Ken Hensley)" and also... more underrated than Diamond Head! [2]

    20 Jan 2010 Reply
  • grandakyle

    more underrated than Diamond Head!

    15 Apr 2009 Reply
  • TonyBarry

    Heeeeeeeeey, what is this - still no shouts for Voodoo Hill!!??? Shame on us all... In my opinion, both albums are true gems of hard rock sound, powerful, yet melodic, great songs, and Glenn Hughes proves once more why is he known as "The Voice of Rock"! I hope that Dario Mollo and Glenn Hughes will get together sometime soon and bless us with the new Voodoo Hill album...these two together just can't miss!

    28 Dec 2008 Reply

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