This is the definitive review of the music of Deep Purple, on record, in concert and on film. Featuring extensive rare concert footage from every part of an amazing career plus rare interview footage featuring the views of the band themselves. Editorial Control: This film is totally unauthorised and has not been approved by Deep Purple, nor has it been authorised or approved by past or present management of the band.
The Definitive Review 1969-1973.
This is the independent critical review of Deep Purple of the halcyon days of the Mark II Gillan/Glover/Blackmore/Lord/Paice line up. Featuring rare archive material, much of it appearing on DVD for the first time, along with incisive commentary from a leading team of music critics and working musicians.
Burn: The World's Greatest Albums.
Glenn Hughes joins a distinguished panel of music critics and working musicians for an in depth look at the album which has gone down in history as one of the landmark achievements by a rock legend. Burn was the album which unveiled the new look Deep Purple Mark III featuring David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes.
Deep Purple - Live Rarities.
Rare and unseen footage of Deep Purple performing for the TV cameras in Europe during the early seventies. Also featured are the earliest known recordings of the classic Mark II line up, playing the earliest versions of Speed King and Child in Time
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