If your slab is in good mechanical shape, if moisture throough the is not a concern, if the wood manufacturer allows their product to be glued down on this type of slab (slab-on-grade and not below-grade basement slab), then you can have a suucessful installation.
I agree with Steve in that some of the floating systems do give the person walking on them different feedback. Tread carefully before you proceed.
Many failures in glue-down are caused by the installer. Not enough/too much open time. Wrong adhesive. Wrong product, or wrong application.
Look into Bostik's Best adhesive. Simply, it's the best out there. Expensive, but well worth it to avoid installationa failure. It's a urethane with a tenacious grip.
Other comments? I'd choose Kahrs over Bruce each and every day of the week.