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Black Country Communion 2
2 (Black Country Communion Album).jpg
Studio album by
Released13 June 2011 (2011-06-13)
RecordedJanuary – February 2011
Studio
Genre
Length64:17
Label
ProducerKevin Shirley
Black Country Communion chronology
Black Country Communion
(2010)
Black Country Communion 2
(2011)
Live Over Europe
(2011)

Black Country Communion 2 (also known simply as 2) is the second studio album by English-American hard rock band Black Country Communion. Recorded in early 2011 primarily at EastWest Studios in Hollywood, California, it was produced by Kevin Shirley and released by Mascot Records in Europe on 13 June 2011, and by J&R Adventures in North America the following day. The album reached number 23 on the UK Albums Chart and number 71 on the US Billboard 200.

Writing for Black Country Communion's second album began before the release of the band's self-titled debut in 2010, with bassist Glenn Hughes and guitarist Joe Bonamassa again leading the process. Producer Kevin Shirley increased his contribution to songwriting on the album, with credits on all but three tracks, compared to only two on the debut. As with Black Country Communion, Hughes performed lead vocals on the majority of songs, with Bonamassa leading on two tracks.

Black Country Communion 2 received positive reviews from the majority of critics, many of whom praised the album as a more coherent, balanced collection of songs than its predecessor. The album was promoted on a concert tour in June and July 2011 featuring shows in the United States and Europe, some of which were documented on the live video album Live Over Europe, released later in the year. One music video was released from the record, for "Man in the Middle".

Writing and recording

Glenn Hughes began writing material for Black Country Communion's second album before the band's self-titled debut had been released.[1] In contrast to the first album, for which material was written quickly, Hughes spent six months between May and December 2010 writing material for Black Country Communion 2, liaising with producer Kevin Shirley.[2] In October, drummer Jason Bonham suggested in an interview that recording for the follow-up to Black Country Communion was scheduled to begin in January 2011.[3] Hughes later tweeted on 11 January that the band had recorded its first song for the new album, which he estimated would be released in June.[4] Recording was completed within two and a half weeks, which guitarist Joe Bonamassa claimed was "more time than [the band] actually needed".[5] Hughes described the recording of Black Country Communion 2 as "a little easier" than that of the first album, due to the increased chemistry between band members by that time.[6]

Promotion and release

Black Country Communion 2 was officially announced on 17 March 2011,[7] with the track listing revealed the following week.[8] "Cold" was the first song from the album to be performed live, when Hughes played an acoustic arrangement of the track on a Spanish radio station on 11 April.[9] The first song to be released from the album was "The Outsider", which was premiered on British radio station Planet Rock on 5 May.[10] The track was later made available as a free digital download on the band's official website.[11] "Man in the Middle" was released on 6 June, with a music video directed by Davin Maske.[12][13] Black Country Communion 2 was released in the UK and Europe by Mascot Records on 13 June 2011, and in North America by Bonamassa's label J&R Adventures the following day.[8]

In promotion of their second album, Black Country Communion embarked on their first concert tour, beginning with seven shows in the United States between 9 and 19 June 2011.[14] The tour also featured fourteen dates in Europe between 23 June and 30 July, including appearances at festivals such as Azkena Rock Festival in Spain, Bospop in the Netherlands and High Voltage in the UK.[15] The Michael Schenker Group supported Black Country Communion on the European tour.[16] In October the band released their first video album Live Over Europe, which featured footage from three shows in Germany.[17] The video reached the top ten in several regions, including number 8 on the UK Music Video Chart.[18] The following February, Live Over Europe was issued as a live album.[19]

Reception

Commercial

Black Country Communion 2 debuted at number 71 on the US Billboard 200, selling over 8,000 copies in its first week.[20] It also registered at number 6 on the Hard Rock Albums chart,[21] number 10 on the Independent Albums chart,[22] and number 19 on the Top Rock Albums chart.[23] In the UK, the album debuted at number 23 on the UK Albums Chart,[24] number 18 on the Scottish Albums Chart,[25] number 1 on the UK Rock & Metal Albums Chart,[26] and number 6 on the UK Independent Albums Chart.[27] It also reached number 15 in Germany and Switzerland,[28][29] number 17 in Austria,[30] number 20 in Denmark,[31] number 24 in Sweden,[32] number 26 in Norway,[33] number 56 in the Netherlands,[34] number 74 in the Flanders region of Belgium,[35] number 84 in the Wallonia region of Belgium,[36] and number 118 in France.[37]

Critical

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic75/100[38]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[39]
Classic Rock4/5 stars[40]
Financial Times3/5 stars[41]
The IndependentFavorable[42]
Kerrang!4/5 stars[43]
PopMatters7/10 stars[44]
Sunday MercuryFavorable[45]
The Times3/5 stars[46]

Media response to Black Country Communion 2 was generally positive; aggregating website Metacritic reports a normalised rating of 75, based on six critical reviews.[38] Reviewing the release for AllMusic, Eduardo Rivadavia claimed that the album "arguably tops its worthy predecessor as a balanced song set", although suggested that it lacks any clear highlights in the vein of "Black Country" or "One Last Soul" from the band's self-titled debut.[39] Similarly, Mick Wall of Classic Rock praised the album's coherent composition and production, describing it as "clearly less of a 'project' than the first BCC disc, and more the real deal".[40] Wall hailed the "depth and artistry" of Black Country Communion 2, which he claimed was most prominent on songs such as "The Outsider", "The Battle for Hadrian's Wall" and "Cold".[40] The Independent columnist Nick Coleman compared the album favourably to the band's debut, which he shunned as "a ghastly glued-together assemblage of clichés and show-off playing".[42] Kerrang! suggested that Black Country Communion 2 "possibly betters [the band's] acclaimed debut".[43] Paul Cole of the Sunday Mercury praised the contributions of each band member in his review, concluding that "This is classic rock goes large, an album that lives up to its heritage. It may not be bettered this year."[45]

Multiple critics compared the album's sound to that of 1970s acts such as Deep Purple, Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin. Rivadavia claimed that "so many of [the album's] songs show no qualms about getting the "Led" out", but added that "Far from descending into a pale imitation ... however, BCC's offerings rise above and fly true thanks to the unimpeachable pedigree and recognizable musical personalities of all involved".[39] PopMatters writer Jedd Beaudoin concluded his review of the album with the admission that "It's retread music, purely, simply, unapologetically. So what?"[44] Coleman of The Independent claimed that the album "feels much more like a group searching for a sound together, even if the sound once belonged in a Venn diagram linking Led Zep, Deep Purple and Dio-era Sabbath".[42] Sunday Mercury writer Cole claimed that the album is "haunted by the spirit of [Led] Zeppelin", adding jokingly to "Close your eyes and it could be 1971 all over again."[45]

Black Country Communion 2 was nominated for the Planet Rock Album of the Year award in 2011. It came third in the poll behind Wasting Light by Foo Fighters and Bonamassa's own Dust Bowl, with the station calling it "a fantastic hard rock record that harks back to a simpler time in rock music when four guys could go into a studio and just play".[47] The band also came fourth in Planet Rock's Best Live Act poll,[48] as well as winning the Classic Rock award for Best Breakthrough Act.[49]

Track listing

No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."The Outsider"Glenn Hughes4:23
2."Man in the Middle"Hughes
  • Hughes
  • Bonamassa
  • Shirley
4:35
3."The Battle for Hadrian's Wall"Bonamassa
  • Bonamassa
  • Hughes
  • Shirley
5:10
4."Save Me"
  • Bonham
  • Chris Blackwell
  • Bonamassa
  • Sherinian
  • Hughes
  • Shirley
7:42
5."Smokestack Woman"HughesHughes5:10
6."Faithless"Hughes
  • Hughes
  • Bonamassa
  • Shirley
5:11
7."An Ordinary Son"
  • Bonamassa
  • Hughes
  • Bonamassa
  • Hughes
  • Shirley
7:58
8."I Can See Your Spirit"Hughes
  • Hughes
  • Bonamassa
  • Shirley
4:11
9."Little Secret"HughesHughes6:59
10."Crossfire"HughesHughes6:03
11."Cold"Hughes
  • Hughes
  • Bonamassa
  • Shirley
6:55

Personnel

Chart positions

Chart (2011)Peak
position
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[30]17
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[35]74
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[36]84
Danish Albums (Hitlisten)[31]20
Dutch Albums (MegaCharts)[34]56
French Albums (SNEP)[37]118
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[28]7
Irish Albums (IRMA)[50]83
Norwegian Albums (VG-lista)[33]26
Scottish Albums (OCC)[25]18
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan)[32]24
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[29]15
UK Albums (OCC)[24]23
UK Album Downloads (OCC)[51]65
UK Independent Albums (OCC)[27]6
UK Rock & Metal Albums (OCC)[26]1
US Billboard 200[52]71
US Hard Rock Albums (Billboard)[21]6
US Independent Albums (Billboard)[22]10
US Tastemaker Albums (Billboard)[53]8
US Top Album Sales (Billboard)[54]71
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard)[23]19

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External links

Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von Black Country Communion die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Black Country Communion 2 ¦ BCCIV ¦ Black Country Communion

Black Country Communion auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Black Country Communion
Black Country Communion in Belgien, 2011: Derek Sherinian, Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham (von li. nach re.)
Black Country Communion in Belgien, 2011:
Derek Sherinian, Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham (von li. nach re.)
Allgemeine Informationen
Genre(s)Hard Rock
Gründung2009, 2016
Auflösung2013
Websitewww.bccommunion.com
Gründungsmitglieder
Gitarre, Gesang
Joe Bonamassa
Bass, Gesang
Glenn Hughes
Aktuelle Besetzung
Joe Bonamassa
Glenn Hughes
Derek Sherinian
Jason Bonham

Black Country Communion ist eine englisch-amerikanische Rockband, eine sogenannte Supergroup, bestehend aus dem Ex-Deep-Purple-Bassisten und Sänger Glenn Hughes, dem Schlagzeuger Jason Bonham, dem Keyboarder Derek Sherinian und dem Gitarristen und Sänger Joe Bonamassa.

Geschichte

Für ein Konzert im House of Blues lud Joe Bonamassa Glenn Hughes ein und zusammen spielten sie einige alte Stücke von Trapeze und Deep Purple. Der Produzent Kevin Shirley, der dabei war, schlug beiden im Anschluss daran vor, etwas „Solides“ aus dieser Idee zu machen und eine Band zu gründen. Er schlug der Gruppe dann Jason Bonham als Schlagzeuger vor. Da Bonamassa ein „Power-Trio“ ablehnte, beschlossen sie, den Keyboarder Derek Sherinian mit aufzunehmen.[1]

Der Name der Gruppe bezieht sich auf das industriell geprägte Ballungsgebiet nördlich und westlich von Birmingham („Black Country“), in dem sowohl Hughes als auch Bonham ihre Wurzeln haben. Das Wort „Communion“ (lat. communio) steht für „Gemeinschaft“.

Die Band veröffentlichte ihr Debütalbum am 16. August 2010. Zu diesem Zeitpunkt hatten die Mitglieder bereits begonnen, weitere Titel zu schreiben, die sie für ihr zweites Album verwenden wollten. Dieses erschien am 10. Juni 2011 und wurde schlicht 2 betitelt. Im selben Jahr brachte die Gruppe die DVD Live Over Europe heraus. Das Filmmaterial für diese Veröffentlichung wurde bei verschiedenen Auftritten, überwiegend auf Festivals, aufgenommen. Eine gleichnamige Doppel-CD erschien am 24. Februar 2012.

Im Sommer 2012 nahm die Gruppe ihr drittes Studioalbum auf, das wie alle anderen Alben der Band wieder von Kevin Shirley produziert wurde. Die Veröffentlichung des Afterglow betitelten Albums erfolgte am 26. Oktober 2012.[2] Nach Abschluss der Aufnahmen zu Afterglow äußerte sich Sänger und Bassist Glenn Hughes kritisch über Joe Bonamassa und unterstellte ihm mangelndes Interesse an der Band, weil sich dieser kaum am Songwriting für Afterglow beteiligt habe und zudem auf Grund seiner Solo-Aktivitäten nicht für eine Tour mit Black Country Communion zu ihrem dritten Album zur Verfügung stehen konnte. Hughes wollte aber unbedingt auf Tour gehen, die neuen Songs live spielen und fühlte sich von dem Gitarristen im Stich gelassen. Nach seinem Eindruck habe Bonamassa „mit einer Rockband geflirtet.“ Er sei „für kurze Zeit ein Rockstar gewesen,“ aber Hughes glaube, dass Bonamassa „sich als Blueser wohler“ fühle. Hughes wurde mit den Worten zitiert: „Ich will damit höflich sagen, dass ich Platten mit Leuten machen will, die bereit sind, einhundert Prozent ihrer Zeit zu dieser Sache zu geben. Wenn du das nicht kannst, muss ich mir etwas anderes suchen.“[3] Aufgrund dieser und ähnlicher Aussagen sowie von Andeutungen von Hughes auf Twitter wurde in der Fachpresse über ein nahendes Ende der Band spekuliert.

Tatsächlich erklärte Bonamassa im März 2013 in einem Interview mit dem Magazin „Premierguitar“ öffentlich, dass seine Beteiligung an der Band Black Country Communion beendet sei. Er sei glücklich, nun nicht mehr involviert zu sein und zufrieden mit dem, was er mit den drei Alben, die unter seiner Mitwirkung entstanden seien, hinterlassen habe.[4] Glenn Hughes verkündete daraufhin die Auflösung der Band, da Bonamassa den verbliebenen Bandmitgliedern die weitere Verwendung des Bandnamens untersagen würde. Diese Aussage wurde bislang von Bonamassa nicht öffentlich bestätigt, und Glenn Hughes bekräftigte in Interviews, es habe „nie ein böses Wort“ zwischen ihm und Bonamassa gegeben[5]. Gemeinsam mit Jason Bonham, dem Schlagzeuger der Black Country Communion, und dem bis dato noch unbekannten Gitarristen namens Andrew Watt gründete Hughes das kurzlebige Nachfolgeprojekt namens California Breed.[6] Dieser Band gehörte Black Country Communion-Keyboarder Derek Sherinian jedoch nicht mehr an.

Im April 2016 bestätigten mehrere Bandmitglieder Pläne einer Wiedervereinigung im Jahr 2017,[5] die im Juni 2016 durch die Meldung bestätigt wurden, dass die Band im Januar 2017 mit den Arbeiten an einem neuen Album beginnen wolle. Produzent werde einmal mehr Kevin Shirley sein.[7][8]

Im September 2016 teilte Glenn Hughes über seine Facebook-Seite mit, dass er gemeinsam mit Joe Bonamassa an den Arbeiten für ein viertes Black-Country-Communion-Album begonnen habe. Das Album trägt den Titel BCCIV und erschien am 22. September 2017.

Jedoch konnte die Band nach der Veröffentlichung des Albums nur wenige Live-Konzerte in England spielen, weil sich Joe Bonamassa weiter seiner erfolgreichen Solo-Karriere widmete. So wurde es nach einem kurzen Aufleben wieder still um die Band. Am 2. September 2019 verkündete der Metal Hammer, dass sich Glenn Hughes The Dead Daisies angeschlossen hat.

Diskografie

Alben

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[9]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DEAT ATCH CHUK UKUS US
2010Black Country CommunionDE15
(4 Wo.)DE
AT50
(1 Wo.)AT
CH54
(3 Wo.)CH
UK13
(3 Wo.)UK
US54
(2 Wo.)US
20112DE7
(7 Wo.)DE
AT17
(2 Wo.)AT
CH15
(4 Wo.)CH
UK23
(3 Wo.)UK
US71
(2 Wo.)US
Live over EuropeDE56
(1 Wo.)DE
2012Live over Europe (DVD)DE28
(2 Wo.)DE
AfterglowDE9
(3 Wo.)DE
AT19
(1 Wo.)AT
CH44
(2 Wo.)CH
UK29
(2 Wo.)UK
US48
(2 Wo.)US
2017BCCIVDE6
(4 Wo.)DE
AT12
(2 Wo.)AT
CH5
(4 Wo.)CH
UK7
(2 Wo.)UK
US102
(1 Wo.)US

Kompilationen

  • 2017: The Story so Far… (Best of-Beilage des englischen Magazins „Classic Rock“ Nr. 241)

Weblinks

Einzelnachweise

  1. Interview mit Bonamassa, Shirley und Hughes auf der Bonus-DVD zu Black Country Communion
  2. ROCKS – Das Magazin für Classic Rock, Heft 05/2012, Seite 17; „Black Country Communion: So klingt das neue Album“
  3. Classic Rock Magazin, Heft 06/2012, Seite 50
  4. Interview: Joe Bonamassa – Restless Pick Syndrome auf premierguitar.com, abgerufen am 13. März 2013
  5. a b Black Country Communion planen Wiedervereinigung auf blabbermouth.net, abgerufen am 23. April 2016
  6. Das Leben nach Joe - Artikel von Alexander Kolbe zum Nachfolgeprojekt. (Memento des Originals vom 22. Februar 2014 im Internet Archive)  Info: Der Archivlink wurde automatisch eingesetzt und noch nicht geprüft. Bitte prüfe Original- und Archivlink gemäß Anleitung und entferne dann diesen Hinweis.@1@2Vorlage:Webachiv/IABot/www.rocks-magazin.de Website des Magazin Rocks, abgerufen am 11. Februar 2014
  7. Rocks – das Magazin für Classic Rock, Heft 04.2016, Seite 7
  8. eclipsed – Rock Magazin, Heft 181, Juni 2016, Seite 8
  9. Chartquellen: DE AT CH UK US

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