Roger Glover puts on a star-studded concert at the Royal Albert Hall for his concept album "The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast".
Deep Purple in Concert with the London Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Paul Mann. Recorded at the Royal Albert Hall London 25th & 26th September 1999.
Made in Japan was recorded live over three nights during 15–17 August 1972 at Festival Hall, Osaka and at Budokan, Tokyo, Japan. Four of the tracks come from the album Machine Head which had been released earlier that year. The album was at first seen as somewhat unimportant by the band members, and only Roger Glover and Ian Paice showed up to mix it. The release in the US was delayed, until April 1973, because Warner Bros. wanted to release Who Do We Think We Are first. The three concerts recorded were later released as Live in Japan 3-CD box set (1993). According to the liner notes for that set, unlike many live albums, there are no overdubs or studio additions to the original album.
1. Deep Purple Overture/Highway Star 2. Hard Lovin' Man 3. Maybe I'm A Leo 4. Strange Kind Of Woman 5. Rapture Of The Deep 6. Woman From Tokyo 7. Contact Lost 8. When A Blind Man Cries 9. The Well Dressed Guitar 10. Knocking At Your Back Door 11. Lazy 12. No One Come 13. Don Airey Keyboard Solo 14. Perfect Strangers 15. Space Truckin' 16. Smoke On The Water 17. Hush 18. Black Night Deep Purple played their classic hits accompanied by a full symphony orchestra at the Montreux Festival on July 16, 2011.
Live at Montreux
Feature length documentary about the story behind the pioneering and influential British heavy metal band as they enter the studio to record their new album.
Collection of music videos and live performances by Rainbow
Deep Purple au Hellfest 2017
Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow - Live At Budokan 1984
This musical biography tells the story of the making of Deep Purple's classic album "Machine Head. Exclusive interviews with Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, John Lord and Ian Paice take us through a track by track making of the album. The performers demonstrate riffs & licks from the songs and explain the genesis of the songwriting. Also included are featured songs, archive footage of Deep Purple in concert, including American footage of "Smoke on the Water" and "Space Truckin'", TV performances and promotional videos, more.
1. Highway Star 2. Black Night 3. Talk About Love 4. Twist In The Tale 5. Perfect Strangers 6. Beethoven 7. Knocking At Your Back Door 8. Anyone's Daughter 9. Child In Time 10. Anya 11. The Battle Rages On 12. Lazy 13. Space Truckin' 14. Woman From Tokyo 15. Paint It, Black 16. Smoke On The Water Rock legend Deep Purple recorded live at the Birmingham NEC, UK on November 9, 1993. Five members from the band's most famous line up play their hits during their 25th anniversary world tour. Note that Ritchie Blackmore dropped out soon after this particular concert.
Filmed on the closing night of this year's Montreux Festival on July 16, this concert features Deep Purple playing their classic hits with the accompaniment of a full symphony orchestra conducted by Stephen "BK" Bentley-Klein. The orchestral arrangements give an added depth and range to the familiar songs and the band, who are clearly enjoying the experience, deliver one of their finest performances. With a career stretching back into the late sixties and global album sales in excess of 100 million, Deep Purple need no introduction. They continue to record and perform around the world on an ongoing basis and remain of the finest hard rock bands on the planet.
Deepest Purple: The Very Best of Deep Purple is a compilation album by the British hard rock band Deep Purple, released in 1980. It features the original hits of Deep Purple before their 1984 reunion. Aided by a TV advertising campaign it would become Purple's third UK #1 album.
It was at one point the longest album ever released as a single LP, but it was overtaken by Def Leppard's Hysteria album in 1987.
This also marked the debut of "Demon's Eye" for the North American release, where it was replaced by "Strange Kind of Woman" on Fireball.
All songs from this album later appeared on Rhino's The Very Best of Deep Purple, along with 3 additional songs.
All titles composed by Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, Ian Paice, except where indicated
Filmed in the spectacular surroundings of the Arena di Verona, a Roman amphitheatre originally built in 30 AD, this concert from the summer of 2011 sees Deep Purple joined on stage by a full symphony orchestra for performances of all their classic tracks.
Filmed by 12 HD cameras and recorded by a top mobile studio, the show offers one of the most magical performances of the NOW What?! tour. Every member of the band is in fantastic form, the band being strong from a full tour together, and the performance seems to be driving the band through the song like if audience and band were suspended in time.
The show is a blast from the first note to the last and grows song after song, supported by the audience impressive presence. During this concert, Deep Purple left their “safe zone”. That is why this concert is the one that represents a feeling of improvisation and electricity similar to the band's classic years - more than many other live releases by the band. The show has been filmed by 9 HD cameras and it is also available in 3D on the Blu-ray version (the first time for Deep Purple)
Live at Hard Rock Café, London
Double bill of live shows by British rockers Deep Purple. The first show, at the open air Wacken festival in Germany, includes the hits 'Vincent Price', 'Strange Kind of Woman' and 'Perfect Strangers'. The second, at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan, includes 'Hard Lovin' Man', 'Above and Beyond' and 'Smoke On the Water'.
Deep Purple is one of the most influential and important guitar bands in history, one of the godfathers of the heavy metal genre, with over 100 million album sales worldwide to their name. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Deep Purple's groundbreaking double live album Made in Japan, this documentary explores these recordings and Deep Purple Mark 2, the line-up between 1969 and 1973.
This documentary examines the period of Deep Purple's career when Ian Gillan and Roger Glover left the band, but the group forged ahead by hiring David Coverdale. Included is a wealth of live footage from the mid and late seventies, as well as a detailed explanation of how the band finally sputtered to an end due to a drug overdose.
Deep Purple In Rock
1. Fireball 2. Woman From Tokyo 3. Mary Long 4. Ted The Mecanic 5. Lazy 6. The Well Dressed Guitar 7. When A Blind Man Cies 8. Space Truckin' 9. Keyboard Solo 10. Perfect Strangers 11. Speed King 12. Guitar Solo 13. Smoke On The Water 14. Hush 15. Black Night 16. Highway Star You'll have a front-row seat as British hard rockers Deep Purple tear through some of their biggest hits in this 2002 performance recorded at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, England.
Deep Purple. Live At The Sunrise Theatre, Miami, Florida, June 5th 2001
1. Introduction 2. Fireball 3. Maybe I'm A Leo 4. Black Night 5. The Battle Rages On 6. Woman From Tokyo 7. Purpendicular Waltz 8. When A Blind Man Cries 9. Perfect Strangers 10. Pictures Of Home 11. Child In Time 12. Anya 13. Space Truckin' 14. Guitar Solo 15. Lazy 16. Speed King 17. Highway Star 18. Smoke On The Water
This live 114 minute DVD was filmed in Bombay, India in 1995 and features material from Purpendicular and top hits . Steve Morse was the featured guitarist.
In April 1999 Deep Purple made their triumphant return to Australia after a prolonged absence. This DVD includes the full show from Melbourne Park as well as bonus footage, interviews, extras and more.
Deep Purple: Rock Review 1969-1972
Electrifying performance from the Graham Bonnet era Rainbow recorded on December 1 1979 by the Capitol's in-house video crew on the 'Down To Earth' tour and now a cult classic performance.
As vocalist for Deep Purple and Black Sabbath and the title performer on Andrew Lloyd Webber's original "Jesus Christ Superstar" album, Ian Gillan has lived a life in rock. Explore his career with exclusive concert footage and interviews with music luminaries ranging from Joe Satriani to Luciano Pavarotti. Also included are concert highlights that span Gillan's career and rarely seen television appearances.
They All Come Down to Montreux
Special release of their landmark 1972 album
Deep Purple: Live in China Recorded live at Gymnasium Beijing, China March 31, 2004 1. Highway Star (7:01) 2. Woman From Tokyo (5:25) 3. I Got Your Number (5:48) 4. Strange Kind Of Woman (4:44) 5. Pictures Of Home (5:35) 6. Silver Tongue (4:56) 7. Knocking At Your Back Door (5:44) 8. Contact Lost (1:46) 9. Well Dressed Guitar (2:49) 10. Don Airey Solo (1:03) 11. Perfect Strangers (3:56) 12. Lazy (4:52) 13. Space Truckin' (5:05) 14. Smoke On The Water (6:17) 15. Hush (2:30)
The best moments of live concerts between 1970 and 1972 were recorded by German TV and are on this DVD. Big names in unforgettable performances such as the Nazareth acoustic and the performance of B. J. Wilson, the drummer of Procol Harum. An unmissable show with Alice Cooper's stage performances and lots of excitement with Santana and Jethro Tull.
Deep Purple in 1972 were reaching the height of their success, with hit singles and albums worldwide. Into this heady atmosphere they delivered one of the most famous rock albums of all time, 'Machine Head'.
1. Intro 2. First Movement: Moderato - Allegro 3. Second Movement: Andante 4. Third Movement: Vivace - Presto Recorded on September 24th, 1969 at London's Royal Albert Hall, Jon Lord's Concerto for Group and Orchestra really was a meeting of two different worlds.
Filmed in Melbourne, Australia in 1984, this concert video is the only full length concert film of the band at this time. A stunning concert with the band in incendiary form, the setlist mixes then new tracks from the 'Perfect Strangers' album with favorites from the early seventies culminating in the brilliant 'Smoke On The Water' finale.
Rainbow live at the Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey, USA - December 01, 1979 Set List: 01. Eyes of the World 02. Love's no Friend 03. Maybe Next Time 04. All Night Long 05. Lost In Hollywood (with guitar, keyboard and drum solos) 06. Lazy (short) - Man on the Silver Mountain 07. Blues 08. Long Live Rock and Roll 09. Kill The King (jam) - Long Live Rock and Roll (Reprise)
1. Pictures Of Home 2. Things I Never Said 3. Strange Kind Of Woman 4. Rapture Of The Deep 5. Wrong Man 6. The Well-Dressed Guitar 7. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye 8. When A Blind Man Cries 9. Lazy 10. Keyboard Solo 11. Space Truckin' 12. Highway Star 13. Smoke On The Water 14. Hush 15. Too Much Fun 16. Black Night Few bands are more closely associated with Montreux than Deep Purple and there was simply no other contender when it came to choosing the act to headline the closing night of the 40th Festival in 2006. In response the band delivered one of their finest concerts including a show-stopping performance of "Smoke on the Water". As an added bonus. The DVD and Blu-ray features the whole of Deep Purple's 60 minute show at London's Hard Rock Cafe earlier in the same year.
Deep Purple: Knocking In Saarbrücken
Deep Purple in Montreux
This collection contains rare and previously unreleased live performances, TV shows appearances & studio sessions footage from 1968 to 1976-era Deep Purple. Also includes a documentary and Interviews with band members.
Based on the life and death of Gov't Mule bassist Allen Woody, and the making of a double-disc tribute album (Gov't Mule's The Deep End , Volumes 1 & 2) featuring a host of legendary bass players. Throughout the film, director Mike Gordon (of Phish, who also plays on the album) interviews Woody's family and bandmates and also discusses the philosophy and technique of bass playing with a number of the instrument's legends, including Chris Squire, Les Claypool, John Entwistle, Flea, Bootsy Collins, Mike Watt, Roger Glover and others.
Witness the history of the legendary band, their friends, and their fans in an hour long program of live archival performances, in-depth interviews and behind the scenes footage.
The concert gave fans a chance to relive Jon Lord's remarkable and extensive musical career, remembering music from Paice, Ashton Lord, Deep Purple, his later classical compositions and everything in between – all in aid for the charity organization The Sunflower Jam. The 83-piece Orion Orchestra performed, conducted by Paul Mann and accompanied by bands and artists such as Deep Purple, Paul Weller, Glenn Hughes, Bruce Dickinson, Rick Wakeman, Joe Brown, Miller Anderson, Steve Balsamo and many, many more.
THE COMPOSER: 01 Fantasia from Sarabande 02 Durham Awakes 03 All Those Years Ago 04 Pictured Within 05 Sarabande from Sarabande 06 One From The Meadow 07 Bourrée from Sarabande 08 Afterwards THE ROCK LEGEND: 01 Things Get Better 02 I Take What I Want 03 Silas and Jerome 04 I’m Gonna Stop Drinking 05 Soldier of Fortune 06 You Keep On Moving 07 Burn 08 This Time Around DEEP PURPLE CELEBRATING JON LORD: 01 Uncommon Man 02 Above And Beyond 03 Lazy 04 When A Blind Man Cries 05 Perfect Strangers 06 Black Night 07 Hush
A history and tribute to British Jim Marshall's amplifiers, which since then became the standard of rock'n'roll amplifiers ever since.
An intimate portrait of the legendary bass guitarist for The Who. This documentary includes the last footage ever recorded with John Entwistle, and features interviews with Pete Townshend, as well as other major figures in rock history.
A documentary series about pop and rock albums that are considered the best or most distinctive of a well-known band or musician or that exemplify a stage in the history of music.
A definitive landmark series charting the emergence and re-emergence of rock music as a global force, told through the musicians who have shaped this most enduring of genres.
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