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Artist: Joey C. Jones and the Glory Hounds

Title: Joey C. Jones and the Glory Hounds

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Joey C. Jones and the Glory Hounds Joey C. Jones and the Glory Hounds Album Cover


Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1993

Label: Tony Nicole Tony Records

Catalog Number: 0002-4


Joey C. Jones vocals
Adam Hamilton drums
Les Farrington keyboards
Christopher Torok bass
Craig Bradford guitar


1.  Hello  
2.  Wait All Night  
3.  Kiss the World  
4.  She Loves  
5.  The Role You Know So Well  
6.  All I Need to Know  
7.  Thinkin' Bout You  
8.  It's Everywhere  
9.  Talk to Me  
10.  Broadway  
11.  How Much, How Soon  
12.  Castles in the Sky  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: tomcat Date: June 8, 2003 at 6:10
i remember when i first heard 'wait all nite' ooooh, cheer bubblegum rock perfection..that was in october 2003 i saw the video,but i could get my hands on the cd in march 1994. This is not your typical hardrock cd cos it doesn't really rock, but it rocked my world..great ballads, great songs..highlights 'think about you' (maybe the best song on this disc); hello (hello cheap trick); wait all night (written by robin zander); 'the role you know so well' etc etc. So glad i have experienced this cd

From: MButt Date: June 8, 2003 at 22:25
I liked this one as well, get it, if you can find it, usually it's pretty cheap. but don't let the price fool ya, it's worth every penny of the $5 you'll spend!!! good stuff!!

From: Trick Taylor Date: June 9, 2003 at 13:59
I found this cassette for $1 at a San Diego outlet center (I live in MN, long story)and bought it because I had a buck and the dudes looked cool. What I got was a majestic blend of Enuff meets Cheap Trick psych-a-rock. Lead track "Hello" is a fun ditty that could have been a single. Other great moments include "She Loves" and "Talk to Me". Joey's voice is distinctive yet not annoying and his band (Needle Park actually) is obviously talented. Not heavy but a good item to own.

From: Gar Date: June 9, 2003 at 22:03
Hey, tomcat. You first heard this in "october 2003"?! You don't have a time machine, do you?

From: Kristian Date: June 10, 2003 at 11:54
Great Rock 'n Roll cd, Reminds me of Quireboys. Great stuff!!! Highly Recommended.

From: b__5423198&&& Date: June 13, 2003 at 2:29
I actually have a copy of WAIT ALL NIGHT, the Gloryhounds CD, and it seems there is still a, though somewhat diminished, demand for this piece of *rare* quality rock. Not the crap that is out there today... I still find it quite refreshing to listen to, even though Joey has lost most of his talent in recent years...Definitely washed up, but hey, he gave it his best shot while he was still young enough to do it!!

From: Dean Date: November 24, 2003 at 11:52
I also bought this tape for a buck because the band looked like a sleaze metal band. I listened to it briefly and hated it. A year later i gave it another chance and now I love the thing. This reminds me of what Steve Summers would sound like if he sang for Cheap Trick. It's very mellow but the songs get stuck in your head very easily. Now I need to find this on CD.

From: ROB GARCIA Date: January 19, 2004 at 15:55
if you imagine a mixture of enuff znuff with a melodic poison this is what you get....and guess what!....its pretty good too!!.

From: Howard Date: January 23, 2004 at 3:25
I remember Joey C Jones with Sweet Savage and Shock Tu in the 80s. Hey used to rock then, I hope he still does. He needs Rick Soga back on guitar

From: ROCKER Date: February 5, 2004 at 19:23

From: ROCKER Date: February 5, 2004 at 19:23

From: Drag-in-Bones Date: February 8, 2004 at 14:41
Poison knocks up Enuff Znuff in the back seat of a Ford Mustang Coup during a drive-in double feature and {BLAAMMMM!!!} out comes Joey C. Jones and the glory hounds!!! Just one look at these cat's and you have'ta ask yourself, could this be anything less than a LONG HAIRED HIPPY FREAK classic??? Well your instinks won't let you down, nor will the 12 tracks on this Slap Nasty Beauty!!! Featuring-Joey Jones-{Needle Park} who also gripped a mic for {Sweet Savage} in the 80's. THIS IS GLAM BAM THANK

From: Drag-in-Bones Date: February 8, 2004 at 14:46
Hay you cut me off!!! That's {GLAM BAM THANK YOU MAM, BEAUTIFUL!!!}thank you!!!

From: Eric Date: February 15, 2004 at 7:17
Hi all. Love the Joey C. Jones stuff. And.............if you listen to The Role You Know So Well closely enough, you will hear that Linda Perry from 4 Non Blondes and Christina Aguilera ripped it off for her song Beautiful. Too bad that dirty skank can't come up with anything original huh?

From: tomcat Date: March 9, 2004 at 9:55
eric, you're right ...it sure does sound alot like 'the role...'.. anyone with that 'crabtree' cd joey was involved with?

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: March 18, 2004 at 20:53
WOW! A cheap pick up offa Ebay turns out to be a VERY pleasant surprise!These guys sound like an amalgam of most of the bands mentioned by other reviewers...Slaughter/Enuff Z'nuff/Poison/etc.. Super catchy lyrics with an interesting overall sound make this one well worth picking up for the 4-5 bucks it usually goes for.

From: mixaplic Date: April 13, 2004 at 17:18
Jones's prior band Sweet Savage was too raw and the Glory Hounds were a bit too polished, but more than just your average band. Jone's vocals are excellent, sounds like a mix of Mark Slaughter/Vince Neil/Jack Russell,but musically the disc doesn't take enough chances, except for a few exceptions. Listening to this I think that either the band or producer went a little too soft. Add some guitar to this disc and it is far above average. As is, it's worth more than a brief listen.

From: CC Date: April 20, 2004 at 14:58
Craig & Adam released the album "C'mon get real" in 2002 under this bands old name "Needle park".They handle all the instruments between them,with Craig handling vocal duties as well. Yogi (ex-Buckcherry) plays guitar on one track & Donnie Vie (EZN) sings on two of the songs (no surprise that JCJ&TGH sounds like EZN is it). Wonder whatever happened to the stuff they did with CC DeVille?

From: J Campbell Date: August 4, 2004 at 16:17
I agree with mixaplic. Get rid of most of the keyboards and turn the guitars up a notch and you have one awesome cd. The songs and melodies are strong and catchy as hell but the keyboards/synths in every song kill it for me. Would love to be able to re-mix this thing. Check out Joey C. Jones' previous band Sweet Savage, they just re-released their EP on Cd along with some live cuts and demos.

From: Jay Date: October 31, 2004 at 19:05
I was digging through my old cds and came across this beauty I havent seen since 92-93. My dad used to hang out with and travel with Joey in Dallas/Lake Dallas area and I wasnt sure if anyone else had actually ever heard of these guys. Wish they would have done better sales wise, it was alot of fun in the early 90's to watch these guys at the clubs.

From: Jill Date: November 18, 2004 at 16:32
I used to see these guys when i lived in Dallas. They rocked and if anyway if anyone has heard from Les who was in the band i would love to know what he is up to..

From: jill Date: November 18, 2004 at 16:41
Hi Jill again if anyone knows where i can get a copy of this cd could you let me know.. Mine no longer plays

From: C.j. Scheck Date: December 30, 2004 at 16:28
I LOVE THIS CD!!! Adam on drums is GREAT!! I met Adam once while he played drums for TUFF on TUFF's last tour. Anyone know how I can get some Shock Tu Music?. Thanks this is a REALLY COOL web site. saltydog419@webtv.net

From: J Campbell Date: January 3, 2005 at 20:47
Hey CJ, I agree, I would love to hear Shock Tu also. On Joey's website it says he's doing a compilation CD of all his previous bands, but the site hasn't been updated in years so I don't know what's going on with that. Meanwhile, I'd check out the Sweet Savage CD if you don't have it already.

From: Geoff Date: February 10, 2005 at 4:07
'She loves' and 'Thinkin' about you' are cool tracks, but something just doesn't sit right for me on this album. If you like Needle Park you'll like this, but to me this sounds de-spirited, especialy compared to Joey's hard rocking days with Sweet Savage. Not really a bad CD, but pretty forgettable.

From: Roxas Date: March 2, 2005 at 23:32
Love this album, love the melancholic sound. I agree Jeff this is not a "hard rocking" "arena type" record at all. Much more trippy melancholic spiritual stuff. Very reflective. .... O' it's not hard to see, why you always won, always in the lead. When i remember back to the first time it was such a sad, a sad story to me. But i stayed right there - till the curtain fell and you thought you made it, thought you was somewhere, and when you looked around. you were the only one there.

From: manicmurderdoll Date: April 25, 2006 at 22:44
I had this on cassette,lost it, and just recently it occurred to me to check ebay and amazon. Found the cd on Amazon for like two bucks. I was thrilled."The Role You know so Well" is simply one of the best ballads ever penned and performed. Also noteworthy for me are "She Loves" and "Thinking About You." Not a musical masterpiece but not utter trash either.

From: hair metal again Date: June 17, 2014 at 3:08
fantastic debut by JOEY C JONES&THE GLORY HOUNDS and indeed this is a unique release!i totally agree with all the positive comments above about their sound and i must add the exceptional voc performance by Joey!all the songs are excellent and the whole result is brilliant!i bought the vinyl in 93 and didnt remember it to be so good!essential for sure!

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