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Dobrze zrobione!

On October 10 last year Polish fans held a third Jon Lord memorial concert in Warsaw, which is now threatening to become an annual event. We had announced the first and second events, and apologize for missing it last year due to a miscommunication. In the spirit of better-late-then-never, we present you with excerpts from the proceedings.

And trust me, these are some of the best covers that this site has ever seen.

Child in Time
Lead Vocals: Ania Rusowicz
Keyboards: Łukasz Jakubowicz
Guitar: Piotr Brzychcy
Bass: Błażej Grygiel
Drums: Sebastian Wojciechowski

Hallelujah
Lead Vocals: Ania Rusowicz
Keyboards: Łukasz Jakubowicz
Guitar: Ritchie Palczewski
Bass: Michał “Burza” Burzymowski
Drums: Hubert Gasiul
Backing Vocals: Joanna Jakubowicz

Mistreated,
Vocals: Grzegorz Kupczyk
Keyboards: Łukasz Jakubowicz
Guitar: Ritchie Palczewski
Bass: Michał “Burza” Burzymowski
Drums: Hubert Gasiul

Thanks to Łukasz Jakubowicz (the Hammond man) for sending this in.



5 Comments to “Dobrze zrobione!”:

  1. 1
    Al says:

    Great idea, it’s so touching that people around the world are celebrating Jon’s music.

  2. 2
    Les Hedger says:

    Excellent!! I wonder if Jon knew how many people were touched by his music?

  3. 3
    Purpoz says:

    Damn fine!

    I particularly like the guitar / organ jamming on CIT – something we tend not to see very much in the commercially dominated 21st century. God, DP were great at that (and still to this day)!

    This stuff lights me up…

  4. 4
    Ivan says:

    The Hallelujah version is killer! The girl can sing, and the band sounds really good, especially the lead guitar.

    Well done!

    Mr. Lord, you will never be forgotten!

  5. 5
    Les Hedger says:

    Wow!! This is outstanding. The Lady can really sing!!!

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