Glenn Hughes: Live in Wolverhampton
2007 live DVD from the “Voice of Rock”, the talented bassist and vocalist who has played with Deep Purple, Trapeze and others. For his first solo show in Australia in June of 2006 at the famed Sydney venue, Hughes brought his unique brand of Rock-Funk to a new audience.
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
Glenn Hughes: Soulfully Live in the City of Angels
"Live Over Europe" is the first video album by English-American hard rock band Black Country Communion. The album documents the supergroup's debut tour of Europe in the summer of 2011. Produced by Kevin Shirley, who also produced the band's two studio albums, the video's track listing is made up of six tracks from "Black Country" and nine tracks from "2", and includes a new instrumental track in the video's introduction, a Joe Bonamassa solo song and a Deep Purple cover. (source: Wikipedia)
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.
A 5 song concert filmed at Budokan Hall on December 15th, 1975.
Deep Purple Mark III recorded and aired live by ABC-TV on 6 April 1974 at the Ontario Speedway near Los Angeles, California USA. TRACKS: 01. Burn 02. Might Just Take Your Life 03. Lay Down, Stay Down 04. Mistreated 05. Smoke on the Water 06. You Fool No One / The Mule 07. Space Truckin' /// David Coverdale - vocals / Ritchie Blackmore - guitar / Glenn Hughes - bass and vocals / Jon Lord - organ / Ian Paice - drums
Deep Purple were the biggest selling album act in America when they embarked on a 28 date tour promoting their new album 'Burn'. The undoubted climax of this tour was headlining the California Jam Festival in front of 200,000 people in 1974. Burn - Might just take your time - Lay down, stay down - Mistreated - Smoke on the water - You fool no one - Space truckin'
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.
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.
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
Heavy: The Story of Metal is a four-part documentary special that aired on VH1 in 2006.
The series focuses on the origins, subgenres, and the bands of heavy metal music, paying close attention to influential bands like Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Judas Priest, and Iron Maiden, who helped to define heavy metal in its early years. Other bands on the program include, Alice Cooper, Kiss, AC/DC, Van Halen, Def Leppard, Quiet Riot, Mötley Crüe, Megadeth, Metallica, Anthrax, Guns N' Roses, and Marilyn Manson. However, the documentary notably passes over lower profile metal sub-genres such as death metal, black metal, doom metal, progressive metal, power metal and many others considered core elements of today's metal pantheon, focusing mostly on hard rock & traditional heavy metal. In Canada, the documentary aired on MuchMoreMusic and on C4 in New Zealand. It is not available on DVD or video.