Deep Purple - Concerto For Group & Orchestra (2002 Remix) (Vinyl)

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Triple vinyl LP pressing. One of the great bold moves in Hard Rock history, this 1969 recording saw Jon Lord, Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Paice and Nick Simper (this was pre-Roger Glover) joining forces with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (conducted by Malcolm Arnold) for a performance of original music composed by Lord. Clearly, this was a soon-to-be-legendary Rock band on the rise, but this fusion of Rock and Classical is what they wanted to do right then, and they do it all the way, situating their heavy-hitting jams in between lush orchestral passages. If there was ever a way to hear this epic production, this is it, a luxurious visit back to the inspired concert event that paved the way for future Rock/orchestral creations by the likes of Pink Floyd and Metallica!

Product Details

Barcode
825646311712
Department
Music
Released
25 Aug 2014
Artist
Deep Purple
Format
Vinyl
Genre
Rock
Label
Rhino / Parlophone
Number of Discs
3
Tracks
Disc 1:
  1. Malcolm Arnold's 6th Symphony Op.95 - First Movement: Energico9:19
  2. Malcolm Arnold's 6th Symphony Op.95 - Second Movement: Lento8:52
  3. Malcolm Arnold's 6th Symphony Op.95 - Third Movement: Con Fuoco7:02
Disc 2:
  1. Hush4:42
  2. Wring That Neck13:23
  3. Child In Time12:06
Concerto For Group & Orchestra:
  1. First Movement: Moderato - Allegro19:23
  2. Second Movement: Andante19:11
Disc 3:
  1. Third Movement: Vivace - Presto13:09
  2. Encore: Third Movement: Vivace - Presto (Part)5:53
Year
2014
Videos
Deep Purple - Concerto for Group and Orchestra (1969)
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Published 8 years ago by pachitorex666
Duration: 52:21
Deep Purple [Concerto For Group And Orchestra 1969] - First Movement (Allegro) HD
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Published 10 years ago by maxxblade
Duration: 14:59
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Supply Source
USA

Deep Purple

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Deep Purple are an English rock band formed in Hertford in 1968. Along with Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, they are considered to be among the pioneers of heavy metal and modern hard rock, although some band members believe that their music cannot be categorised as belonging to any one genre. They were once listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as "the loudest pop group", and have sold over 100 million albums worldwide. Deep Purple were ranked #22 on VH1's Greatest Artists of Hard Rock programme.
Members
  • David Coverdale
  • Don Airey
  • Glenn Hughes
  • Ian Gillan
  • Ian Paice
  • Joe Lynn Turner
  • Joe Satriani
  • Jon Lord
  • Nick Simper
  • Ritchie Blackmore
  • Rod Evans
  • Roger Glover
  • Steve Morse
  • Tommy Bolin
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The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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The R.P.O. was founded by Sir Thomas Beecham in 1946 and is based in London at Cadogan Hall with seasons at Royal Albert Hall. RPO tours regionally and has played in 30 countries. Notable conductors have included Antal Doráti and André Previn; Maestro Daniele Gatti has been Music Director since 1996. The orchestra reaches out through its Community and Education programme and records for major commercial record companies, as well as its own label. A sister artist is The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, formed in 1987 for light classical and pops, as well as traditional classical music.
Members
  • Alain Petitclerc
  • Alan Baker
  • Alan Hammond
  • Albert Dennis
  • Aline Brewer
  • Andrew Fuller
  • Andrew Klee
  • Andrew Mitchell
  • Andrew Sippings
  • Andrew Williams
  • Anthony Protheroe
  • Barry Griffiths
  • Ben Cunningham
  • Brian Thomas
  • Charles Beldom
  • Charles Nolan
  • Chris Cowie
  • Chris West
  • Christopher Irby
  • Christopher Lydon
  • Christopher McShane
  • Clara Biss
  • Clio Gould
  • Clive Brown
  • Clive Dobbins
  • Colin Huber
  • Corin Long
  • Crispian Steele-Perkins
  • Cyril Newton
  • Daniele Gatti
  • Dave Lee
  • David Archer
  • David Chatterton
  • David Herd
  • David Newland
  • David Richard Hirschman
  • David Stowe
  • David Strange
  • David Towse
  • David Willis
  • Denis Vaughan
  • Derek James
  • Don Thompson
  • Duncan Riddell
  • Elizabeth Randall
  • Francois Rive
  • Frank Lloyd
  • Frederick Riddle
  • Gareth Wood
  • Geoffrey Browne
  • Geoffrey Gilbert
  • Geoffrey Palmer
  • Gerald Kirby
  • Gerald Ruddock
  • Gil White
  • Guy Bebb
  • Gwydion Brooke
  • Harry Jones
  • Helen Keen
  • Helen Simons
  • Helena Binney
  • Jack McCormack
  • Jaime Martin
  • James Warburton
  • James Watson
  • Jeff Bryant
  • Jian Liu
  • Jill Crowther
  • Jim Rattigan
  • John Anderson
  • John Bimson
  • John Fisher
  • John Graham
  • John Heley
  • John Holt
  • John McCutcheon
  • John Sibley
  • John Wilbraham
  • Jonathan Carney
  • Jonathan Snowden
  • Joseph Atkins
  • Julian Coward
  • Julian Cummings
  • Kate Smith
  • Kathryn Saunders
  • Keith Pearson
  • Ken Lawrence
  • Kevin Duffy
  • Laurence Cromwell
  • Lee Stephenson
  • Leonard Dommett
  • Marilyn Germains
  • Mark Denman
  • Mark Nightingale
  • Martin Chivers
  • Martin Owen
  • Martin Owens
  • Mary Samuel
  • Mats Lindström
  • Matthew Lee
  • Mia Cooper
  • Michael Baker
  • Michael Chapman
  • Michael Davis
  • Michael Dolan
  • Nicholas Ward
  • Nick Reader
  • Nicole Wilson
  • Nigel Pinkett
  • Nina Whitehurst
  • Norman Taylor
  • Owen Slade
  • Padraic Savage
  • Patrick Harrild
  • Paul Gardham
  • Paul Ringham
  • Peter Chrippes
  • Peter Dale
  • Peter Hamilton
  • Peter Hetherington
  • Peter Nutting
  • Peter Oxer
  • Peter Sermon
  • Peter Vel
  • Phil Brown
  • Philip Jones
  • Pru Whittaker
  • Raphael Wallfisch
  • Ray Simmons
  • Raymond Cohen
  • Raymond Ovens
  • Rebecca Kozam
  • Reginald Kell
  • Richard Addison
  • Richard Layton
  • Richard Skinner
  • Richard Taylor
  • Richard West
  • Robert Turner
  • Robert Winn
  • Robin Del Mar
  • Roger Argente
  • Roger Clarke
  • Roy Benson
  • Russell Gilbert
  • Simon Chamberlain
  • Sir Thomas Beecham
  • Stanley Woods
  • Stephen Kear
  • Stephen Quigley
  • Stephen Stewart
  • Stephen Williams
  • Steve Merson
  • Stewart McIlwham
  • Susan Smith
  • Sylvia Mann
  • Tamsy Kaner
  • Terry Johns
  • Thomas Watmough
  • Tim Barry
  • Timothy Welch
  • Vernon Dean
  • William Heggart
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Malcolm Arnold

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Real Name
Sir Malcolm Henry Arnold, CBE
Profile
English Academy awarded composer and conductor, born 21 October 1921 in Northampton, England, UK and died 23 September 2006 in Norfolk, England, UK.
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