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Taken from their fourth album Deep Purple In Rock, the band performs 'Child In Time' live on the British TV show "Doing Their Thing". The performance features the "Mark II line-up": Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice. Footage licensed from ITV Archive. All rights reserved. Make sure to subscribe to the official Deep Purple Channel for more amazing videos: 🤍 #DeepPurple
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The Concerto for Group and Orchestra is a concerto composed by Jon Lord, with lyrics written by Ian Gillan. It was first performed by Deep Purple and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold on 24 September 1969 and released on vinyl in December 1969. The release was the first Deep Purple album to feature Ian Gillan on vocals and Roger Glover on bass. The Concerto for Group and Orchestra displays some characteristics of the concerto grosso, sinfonia concertante, and concerto for orchestra genres: First movement (Moderato - Allegro): after an elaborate orchestral introduction the Group and the Orchestra work as separate blocks, trying to get dominance over the main theme - this opposition of a group of soloists against an orchestra is quite "concerto grosso" style. Second movement (Andante), with lyrics sung by Ian Gillan: here the group integrates more with the sound of the orchestra while still clearly on top of the orchestral texture, giving a sinfonia concertante look and feel. Third movement (Vivace - Presto): apart from Ian Paice's drum solo, the music is so tightly knit that the distinction between the group and the orchestra is almost lifted: in a way the group becomes part of an extended orchestra, with one elaborate "solo" passage, by an instrument that is no soloist throughout the movement, giving a concerto touch: this is more or less what is understood by the Concerto for Orchestra genre. Source: 🤍 Note: I do not own the rights for this video. Nonetheless, I had to share it because it had to be shared. Enjoy.
Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Concerto For Group And Orchestra live at the Royal Albert Hall 1969! Composed by Jon Lord! [Third Movement Vivace - Presto] Part 2
The Concerto for Group and Orchestra is a concerto composed by Jon Lord, with lyrics written by Ian Gillan. It was first performed by Deep Purple and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold on 24 September 1969 and released on vinyl in December 1969. Track Listing: 1.First Movement (00:00 Moderato Allegro) 2.Second Movement (19:05 Andante) 3.Third Movement (38:06 Vivace - Presto) © EMI/Harvest 1969
Live at the Royal Albert Hall es un álbum en vivo por el British Purple banda de hard rock Deep, registrado el 25 de septiembre y 26 de septiembre de 1999 en el Royal Albert Hall de Londres con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Londres, y puesto en libertad el 8 de febrero de 2000, sobre los registros Spitfire . El álbum fue un proyecto iniciado en 1999 por el teclista Jon Lord, quien trató de recrear la banda innovador álbum de 1969, Concierto para grupo y orquesta, de los cuales se perdió la partitura original. Con la ayuda de Marco de Goeij, un ventilador que era también un musicólogo y compositor, los dos cuidadosamente recreado la partitura perdida, y el Señor eligió para que la banda se realizan una vez más en el Royal Albert Hall, pero esta vez con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Londres Orquesta en lugar de la Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, y con Paul Mann como director en lugar de Malcolm Arnold. El concierto también incluyó canciones de carreras en solitario de cada miembro, así como un breve conjunto de Deep Purple, y músicos invitados como Ronnie James Dio, la banda de Steve Morse y Brown Sam. A principios de 2001, dos conciertos similares se realizaron en Tokio, y fueron puestos en libertad como parte del sistema de la caja La caja de resonancia serie. Un DVD de la actuación también fue lanzado, titulado In Concert con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Londres. Live at the Royal Albert Hall is a live album by British hard rock band Deep Purple, recorded on September 25 and September 26, 1999 at the Royal Albert Hall in London with the London Symphony Orchestra, and released on February 8, 2000 on Spitfire records. The album was a project started in 1999 by keyboardist Jon Lord, who sought to recreate the band's innovative 1969 album, Concerto for Group and Orchestra, of which the original score was lost. With the help of Marco de Goeij, a fan who was also a musicologist and composer, the two painstakingly recreated the lost score, and Lord elected to have the band perform it once more at the Royal Albert Hall, but this time with the London Symphony Orchestra rather than the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and with Paul Mann as conductor rather than Malcolm Arnold. The concert also featured songs from each member's solo careers, as well as a short Deep Purple set, and guest musicians such as Ronnie James Dio, the Steve Morse Band, and Sam Brown. In early 2001, two similar concerts were also performed in Tokyo, and were released as part of the The Soundboard Series box set. A DVD of the performance was also released, entitled In Concert with the London Symphony Orchestra.
Order "Turning To Crime" here: 🤍 Listen to “Oh Well” here: 🤍 After the acclaimed release of “7 And 7 Is”, the first song revealed from their upcoming album “Turning To Crime”, Deep Purple release their brand new single “Oh Well” today. “Oh Well” is a song originally written and recorded by Fleetwood Mac. It is accompanied by a music video that shows Deep Purple on a very special mission. Label and management would like to state that nobody from the band or crew, nor members of the media, were hurt during the shooting of the video in Germany in early October. “Everyone knows ‘Oh Well’ is a great song,” Roger Glover says. “Steve did the demo for that one. You never quite know where it‘s gonna go with Steve because he is very inventive. Right up until the point, with a couple of verses in, it was pretty much the same as the original. And then, all of a sudden, it took off like a rocket… in some other space.” “Turning to Crime” is the first studio album by Deep Purple entirely made of songs not written by the band and previously recorded by other artists. It is produced by Bob Ezrin and will be released on earMUSIC on November 26, 2021. 🤍deep-purple.com 🤍turningtocrime.com #deeppurple #turningtocrime #OhWell Credits: Directed by: Dan Gibling Producer: Carl Mason Production Company: Chiba Film Cinematographer: Sam Gott Production Designer: Luke McDonnell Art Director: Sadie French Costume Designer: Bettina John Editor / Colourist: Dan Gibling
Setlist : 1.Highway Star 2.Nobody's Home 3.Strange Kind of Woman 4.Blues 5.A Gypsy's Kiss 6.Perfect Strangers 7.Under the Gun 8.Lazy 9.Knocking at Your Back Door 10.Difficult to Cure 11.Keyboard Solo 12.Space Truckin'13.Woman From Tokyo 14.Black Night 15.Smoke on the Water
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Hey everyone! I made this remaster for the epic and historical Concerto for Group and Orchestra. The original audio and the video was ok and I thought: "Why not try to get this better?". So, here it is. I hope you enjoy this. Cheers 00:00 Intro 03:32 First Movement: Moderato-Allegro 22:56 Second Movement: Andante 42:32 Third Movement: Vivace-Presto The #HDREMASTER playlist: 🤍
2016 ABOUT DEEP PURPLE. THE 31ST ANNUAL ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME TRIBUTE Setlist 00:00 - Lars Ulrich (Metallica) Introducts Deep Purple 14:15 - Deep Purple (Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes) and Vickie Gibbs Lord Acceptance Speech 24:33 - Deep Purple - Highway Star 31:04 - Deep Purple - Smoke On The Water Members of Deep Purple Roger Glover Rod Evans Ritchie Blackmore Jon Lord Ian Paice Ian Gillan Glenn Hughes David Coverdale INTRODUCTION Deep Purple were the harbingers of hard rock, paving the way for metal groups with their breakneck style. Despite their rotating lineup, Deep Purple could be counted on for consistency and innovation in equal measure. They drew inspiration from both orchestral music and harder rocking sounds to create riffs that left an indelible mark on music history. Jim Farber They created a riff everyone knows, a concert format no one had previously presented, and a sound to which countless bands owe a great debt. That gives Deep Purple at least three claims on history. The chugging chord progression of “Smoke on the Water” became so deeply embedded in the culture, it now has the resonance of a Biblical quote. The 1969 Concerto for Group and Orchestra was the first live release ever to pair a rock band with a full symphony, while Deep Purple’s essential musculature forged the hard-rocking sound that later solidified into heavy metal. #DeepPurple #RRHOF #RockAndRollHallOfFame #Tribute #Concert #Music #LarsUlrich #RogerGlover #RodEvans #RitchieBlackmore #JonLord #IanPaice #IanGillan #GlennHughes #DavidCoverdale #Rock
Deep Purple Mark X playing the NBC Today Show cranking out the classic hit Smoke on the Water to a live TV audience on 23rd July 2015.
Deep Purple "Highway Star" performed by The Classic Rock Show. Recorded live at The Sage, Gateshead, England, 23rd of February 2018. For The Classic Rock Show Tour Dates and Information please visit: 🤍 🤍 Musical Director - James Cole Video Editing - Bryan Kolupski Sound Mixing - Gareth Darlington Live Sound - Gareth Darlington & Andrea Pellegrini
🤍 For more info - 🤍 In 1969 Deep Purple premiered Jon Lord's groundbreaking "Concerto For Group And Orchestra" at the Royal Albert Hall. 🤍 Thirty years later, in September 1999, Deep Purple and the London Symphony Orchestra returned to the same venue for the concerto's second performance. The centrepiece of the concert is of course the concerto itself but it is preceded by a short set of other Jon Lord tracks, songs from Roger Glover's "Butterfly Ball" (sung by Ronnie James Dio) and Ian Paice's jazz arrangement of the early Purple classic "Wring That Neck". Following the concerto are five Deep Purple classics culminating with "Smoke On The Water".
aufgenommen am 02.11.2019, Kurtheater Bad Homburg Dies ist ein Zusammenschnitt des am Abend komplett gespielten Werkes. Orchester des Collegium Musicum der Goethe-Uni Frankfurt Dirigent: Jan Schumacher Patrick Sühl - vocals Andy "Doc" Kraus - guitar Andreas König - Hammond & keys Dominik Stotzem - bass Patrick Hauert - drums
Strange Kind Of Women Female European Deep Purple Tribute Band Live 20 July 2019 🤍Haus Eifgen Wermelskirchen/Germany Alteria (vocals) (Stefania) Eliana Cargnelutti (guitars-backin' vocals) Marilena Montarone (bass) Margherita Gruden (hammond-piano) Paola Caridi (drums) Tracklist 00:00 Intro 02:27 Stormbringer 07:36 Black Night 11:53 Perfect Strangers 19:10 Lay Down Stay Down 24:48 Strange Kind Of Woman 32:20 Mistreaded 43:17 Into The Fire 47:33 Speed King 54:32 Smoke On The Water 1:01:03 Drum Solo (Paola Caridi) 1:06:45 Child In Time 1:19:06 Space Truckin' 1:21:53 Bass Solo (Marilena Montarone) 1:25:51 Highway Star 1:33:46 Burn 1:41:29 Fireball To support the channel or make a donation 🤍
Abandon is the sixteenth studio album by Deep Purple released in the Spring of 1998. It was Deep Purple's second album with Steve Morse on guitar and the last album to feature founding member Jon Lord prior to his departure in 2002. Track Listing: 1.Any Fule Kno That (00:00) 2.Almost Human (04:32) 3.Don't Make Me Happy (09:00) 4.Seventh Heaven (13:59) 5.Watching the Sky (19:22) 6.Fingers to the Bone (24:55) 7.Jack Ruby (29:55) 8.She Was (33:52) 9.Whatsername (38:23) 10.69 (42:52) 11.Evil Louie (48:05) 12.Bludsucker (53:03) © EMI (UK) - CMC (US) 1998.
The Concerto for Group and Orchestra is a concerto composed by Jon Lord, with lyrics written by Ian Gillan. It was first performed by Deep Purple and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold on 24 September 1969 and released on vinyl in December 1969. The release was the first Deep Purple album to feature Ian Gillan on vocals and Roger Glover on bass.
Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Concerto For Group And Orchestra live at the Royal Albert Hall 1969! Composed by Jon Lord! [First Movement Allegro] Second Movement (Andante): 🤍
In 1974, Deep Purple played one of the craziest American rock ‘n’ roll festivals, the Californian Jam, in a set which ended with Ritchie Blackmore attacking a cameraman. Their sensational performance – fueled by backstage aggro – climaxed in an orgy of destruction by Blackmore. At the end of Space Truckin’ he smashed his Stratocaster repeatedly into a camera operator’s lens. He went on to destroy several more guitars before a madder-than-expected explosion in his Marshall stacks set his hair on fire. And Ian Paice’s. And most of the road crew’s. David Coverdale: "We were supposed to go on stage at sunset. That was actually written into our contract. But the California Jam was running ahead of schedule. We’d just flown in by helicopter and I remember being in my backstage caravan, pouring myself a scotch and Coke, when somebody came in and said: “It’s time for you to get out on stage.” "Ritchie wanted Purple to be the first band to use lights on stage. He refused to go on stage until the contracted time, and he was absolutely correct. I remember someone saying: “Do you know who you’re dealing with there?” There was inference the Mafia was involved." Glenn Hughes: "There was lots of screaming and yelling. Ritchie locked the door to his trailer. They had to break in to get him out of there. Was there a chance Purple’s show might not have gone ahead?" David Coverdale: "Yes. The festival organizer told us: “Right, that’s it, we’re pulling the plug. You’re all going to fucking hell.” And he stormed off to announce that we wouldn’t be appearing. Luckily our tour manager, Ossie Hoppe, beat him in a race to the stage. Ossie grabbed the mic and shouted to the crowd: “Do you wanna see Deep Purple?!” And a quarter of a million people went: “Yeah!” Glenn Hughes: "We managed to delay by about 20 minutes but the sun only went down about halfway through our set. But it fired us up; it gave a bit of an edge to our performance. Ritchie had a bit of a moan – he hadn’t had time to change into his stage clothes. Then Blackmore attacked a cameraman." David Coverdale: "That was never supposed to be part of the show, to smack the cameraman. But he was on Ritchie’s arse from the word go. Ritchie would do his thoughtful, melodic little pieces and there’d be this abrasive voice going: “Hey, step back so I can get a decent shot of you.” What about the explosive climax? David Coverdale: "It went a bit too far. There was too much explosive. It looks great, I agree, but Ritchie got burned, Paicey got burned, and some of the crew got burned. Thankfully it was nothing too serious." Glenn Hughes: "We sold a lot of records and concert tickets in America after that. It was a big, bold statement and it deserves its place in rock’s history books." 🤘 #DeepPurple #RitchieBlackmore #CaliforniaJam1974
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Who ever thought it would happen, the comeback of DP's MKII. Well it did, in 1984 with a brand new album called Perfect Strangers. After that a World tour. The rest as they say is history. Even a smiling Blackmore on this recording.
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Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Concerto For Group And Orchestra live at the Royal Albert Hall 1969! Composed by Jon Lord! [Second Movement Andante] Part 1 Part 2: 🤍
Lyrics: Sweet child in time, you'll see the line Line that's drawn between good and bad See the blind man shooting at the world Bullets flying, ooh taking toll If you've been bad - Oh Lord I bet you have And you've not been hit oh by flying lead You'd better close your eyes, aahaouho bow your head Wait for the ricochet Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.. Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.. Aaa-aaa-aaa.. Oh, I wanna hear you sing.. Aaa-aaa-aaa.. Oaoh.. AAA-AAA-AAA!! AAA-AAA-AAA!! Sweet child in time, you'll see the line Line that's drawn between good and bad See the blind man shooting at the world Bullets flying, mm taking toll If you've been bad - Lord I bet you have And you've not been hit oh by flying lead You'd better close your eyes, aahaao bow your head Wait for the ricochet Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.. Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.. Aaa-aaa-aaa.. Oh, I gotta hear you sing.. Aaa-aaa-aaa.. Oaoh.. AAA-AAA-AAA!! Oh.. AAA-AAA-AAA!! Oh..god oh no..oh god no..oh..ah..no ah..AAh..oh..AAWAAH!!..oh
Band: Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Album: Concerto For Group And Orchestra - DVD Year: 1969 Genre: Hard Rock/Progressive Rock & Orchestra Country: USA Tracklist: 00:00 - Intro 03:33 - First Movement: Moderate - Allegro 18:37 - Second Movement: Andante 38:08 - Third Movement: Vivace - Presto
A brand new video for the song “Johnny’s Band” by rock legends DEEP PURPLE is being premiered today. The song is taken from Deep Purple’s worldwide chart album “inFinite”, which has been released on April 7th 2017, entering the Top 10 Album Charts in eighteen countries, once again smashing chart records the hard rock legends have accumulated during their magical fifty year history. Get the album here: CD+DVD Digipak: 🤍 2LP+DVD: 🤍 CD Jewel Case: 🤍 Box Set: 🤍 Big Box Set: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 inFinite Online Store: 🤍 The song is an affectionate portrait of a fictional band that quickly gain success and enjoy every side that comes with it. As often happens, Johnny’s Band can´t help but lose it, and break up, only to find out later that the pleasure still to be performing live is all that matters, even when the hype, the success and the glory have long vanished. In their minds, they are still playing the sold out big venues. The video has been scripted and directed by Craig Hooper and Collin Games, known from the Deep Purple movie documentary “From Here To inFinite”. The song can be found on the recent studio album “inFinite”. A collector’s edition single including previously unreleased live songs will be released by earMUSIC in July. The single will also be available digitally. Deep Purple are currently touring the world on their “inFinite – The Long Goodbye Tour”, playing in front of thousands of excited fans and, for the first time, presenting songs from their ground breaking album “inFinite”, among them also “Johnny’s Band”. DEEP PURPLE – JOHNNY’S BAND MUSIC VIDEO CREDITS Director CRAIG HOOPER Producers CRAIG HOOPER COLLIN GAMES A COOLHEAD PRODUCTION Concept by CRAIG HOOPER Based on the song by GILLAN/ GLOVER/ PAICE/ MORSE/ AIREY/ EZRIN Director of Photography TREVOR BURGESS Cast Johnny – STEVE BALSAMO Bill the Bass – MORGAN LYNHAM Pete – JAKE POWELL-HUGHES Crazy Benny – MATT THOMAS Old Johnny – PHIL JONES (S.E.X.) Old Bill the Bass – STEVE DOBBY DAWSON (Saxon) Old Pete – DAI SHELL (Sasafrass) Old Crazy Benny – STEVE WILLIAMS (Budgie) The Major – MIKE BUBBINS June – LEAH COLLINS Chris Peacock – STEVE FISHER DJ Ralph – JOSH FOLKS Nurses – KELLY GUMBLEY & AIMEE THOMAS Cameras STEPHEN MEREDITH Sound BRIAN ULLAH Picture and Sound Editor COLLIN GAMES Dubbing Mixer DAI SHELL Assistant Director IAN FITZELL Studio Lighting Director DAVE THOMAS Runners LEAH COLLINS AIMEE THOMAS KELLY GUMBLEY Set Dressers EZRA OLSSON LUCY CHAPLIN LARYSSA CZORNYJ ELLIE KOSZACK With Thanks To MASONIC HALL, CARDIFF UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH WALES, CARDIFF THE DEEP PURPLE FANS WHO TURNED UP AT VERY SHORT NOTICE..! Stills STEPHEN MEREDITH Executive Producer earMUSIC
side one: 1. First Movement: Moderato - Allegro - Vivace 0:00 2. Second Movement: Part One: Andante 19:08 side two: 1. Second Movement: Part Two 25:45 2. Third Movement 38:21 All rights belong to Rhino/Warner Records and Deep Purple. Enjoy.
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................... 1 Burn 0:00 2 Love Child 7:25 3 I Need Love 13:26 Soldier of Fortune 15:57 Woman From Tokyo 17:52 Lazy 19:10 Homeward Strut 23:32 4 Gettin' Tighter / Dance to the Rock 'n' Roll 24:19 5 Lady Luck 30:47 Wild Dogs 33:52 6 Smoke On The Water 37:27 This Time Around 43:06 Owed to G 45:12 7 You Keep On Moving 48:27 8 Drifter 54:39 9 Going Down 59:35 Stormbringer 1:04:32 10 Not Fade Away/Highway Star 1:11:20 Same in LA 1:17:18 Audio: Long Beach Arena, California February 27th 1976 except Going Down from Springfield January 26th 1976 and I Need Love, Soldier Of Fortune, Woman From Tokyo, Wild Dogs, You Keep on Moving & Drifter from Budokan, Japan December 15th 1975 Video: Phoenix Rising (Japan 1975) This is my tribute to Deep Purple mark 4. Tommy Bolins guitar playing in Tokyo was weak (we know the reason why) but the cameraes.were there that Night. At Long Beach Arena Bolin was in better shape, but there were no cameraes. So l mixed the audio and images together.....and a few overdubs here and there....so enjoy !
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In this video we compare some of Rock's most iconic singers, all of whom spent a little bit of time in the Lead Vocal slot for DEEP PURPLE! Who Did It Better? DEEP PURPLE - Who Did It Better? Ian Gillan vs. David Coverdale vs. Glenn Hughes Deep Purple is often considered to be the pioneers of both heavy metal and modern hard rock and the band featured some of the greatest rock singers in all of rock history. I’m going to compare Ian Gillan, David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes alongside one another and I want to hear your thoughts! Who do you think did it better? Share with me in the comments! Ian Gillan essentially wrote the book on hard rock and we’ll examine his approach as we compare it alongside Coverdale’s who took over as frontman with little previous experience. We’ll also look at Glenn Hughes and see where he stood in the mix as I explore his soulful, wide-ranging voice and what he added to the band. Here are the Deep Purple tunes that I've done: 🤍 🤍 🤍 And here is the version of "Hocus Pocus" with Gabriela Gunčíková that we did: 🤍 Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy – Where The PROOF Is In The Singing! Learn To Sing Like This! Click Here Now: 🤍 I wanted you to know that YouTube no longer sends email notifications about new releases. If you would like to know when a new video is released you can sign up to receive updates at: 🤍 Subscribe here 🤍 check out my website at 🤍 Learn how to sing better for beginners, all the way to learning advanced PRO vocal techniques. Increase vocal range and become a better singer than you ever thought possible! Check out Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy and see what the possibilities really are! Check out the KTVA website to learn more: 🤍 Check out the KTVA Singers Forums: 🤍 Check out these additional resources: How To Sing: 🤍 How To Sing Higher: 🤍 What Is My Vocal Range and Voice Type: 🤍 How To Get Over Stage Fright and Fear of Singing Publicly: 🤍 Please Follow me on Instagram: 🤍kentamplinvocalacademy 🤍 Find me on facebook: 🤍 Check out my TikTok: 🤍 Business E-mail: ktvahelp🤍gmail.com Oh, yeah! And here's some news some of you may be interested in: Some Fun Nostalgia For You. My Old Shout Records Have Been Remastered. For Anyone Interested: You Can Find Them Here: 🤍 #DeepPurple #WhoDidItBetter #IanGillan #DavidCoverdale #GlennHughes #KenTamplinVocalAcademy