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Rare and unreleased: 1968-76 Deep Purple on new 2DVD

DEEP PURPLE – ‘HISTORY, HITS & HIGHLIGHTS’ 2DVD

Containing a wealth of historical 1960s and 1970s footage, Eagle Rock Entertainment will release the new Deep Purple 2DVD set “History, Hits & Highlights 1968-76” on June 1, 2009 [Cat No EREDV726].

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According to YourWayToMusic.com, the new DVD set will combine full performances and a small number of archive interviews featuring much rare and previously unreleased live, studio and TV footage. As such, this DVD-set promises to be the definitive collection of the early years of Deep Purple.

The double DVD will include many never-before-seen (but often rumoured) live clips from the first four line-ups of Deep Purple – including “Wring That Neck” from Bilzen August 1969 (some of the earliest Mark 2 live footage), “Mandrake Root” and “Wring That Neck” from Paris 1970 (where you can watch Jon Lord conduct ‘surgery’ with a drum stick on the innards of his Hammonds!), the Fireball writing session film from 1971, and the excellent Leeds Polytechnic Project featuring Mark 3 filmed live in London in 1974 (by a Leeds Polytechnic student, hence the title) and much more [see below for the full tracklisting].

Clocking in at nearly five hours and with many full length performances, “History, Hits & Highlights 1968-76” promises to be essential for Deep Purple fans. It is packaged as a double amaray case inside a slipcase with lavishly illustrated booklet of memorabilia.

The DVD covers the initial phase of the band’s existence through four different line-ups from 1968 to 1976. This era produced the classic Deep Purple albums “In Rock”, “Fireball”, “Burn” and “Machine Head” that created their legend and still provide the backbone of their live sets today – despite the ongoing commercial success of the band post their 1984 reunion.

TRACKLISTING – HISTORY, HITS & HIGHLIGHTS 1968-76

Disc One
– 2hrs 24mins

HISTORY – 20 minute history of Deep Purple from 1968 to 1976.

HITS – full performances:

Mark One: (Evans, Blackmore, Lord, Simper, Paice)
1. Help
2. Hush
3. Wring That Neck

Mark Two: (Gillan, Blackmore, Lord, Glover, Paice)
4. Hallelujah
5. Mandrake Root
6. Speed King
7. Black Night
8. Child In Time
9. Lazy
10. Strange Kind Of Woman
11. Fireball Writing Session
12. Fireball
13. Demon’s Eye
14. No No No
15. Into The Fire
16. Never Before
17. Highway Star
18. Smoke On The Water

Mark Three: (Coverdale, Blackmore, Lord, Hughes, Paice)
19. Burn
20. Mistreated

Mark Four: (Coverdale, Bolin, Lord, Hughes, Paice)
21. Love Child
22. You Keep On Moving

Disc Two
– 2hrs 23mins

HIGHLIGHTS
– bonus performances and interviews

Mark One
1. And The Address (Playboy TV)

Mark Two
2. Wring That Neck (Bilzen Jazz Festival 1969)
3. Mandrake Root (“Pop Deux” Paris Concert 1970)
4. Wring That Neck (“Pop Deux” Paris Concert 1970)
5. Black Night (Promo Clip)
6. No No No (Take 1) (Rockpalast Rehearsal Session)
7. No No No (Take 2) (Rockpalast Rehearsal Session)

Mark Three
8. “Jt Nuit” – French TV 1974
9. Burn (Leeds Polytechnic Project 1974)
10. Interview (Leeds Polytechnic Project 1974)
11. Space Truckin’/Interview (Leeds Polytechnic Project 1974)

Mark Four
12. New Zealand TV Documentary (Nov 1975)
13. Smoke On The Water (New Zealand TV)

14. Tony Edwards (Deep Purple’s manager) French TV Interview 1976

The Highway Star will try to confirm the origin of the tracks not identified in the above track list from Eagle Rock.



99 Comments to “Rare and unreleased: 1968-76 Deep Purple on new 2DVD”:

  1. 1
    69 says:

    Is that the official one that DPAS announced for a couple of years already?

    http://www.deep-purple.net/mk1-6news/mk1to6news.htm (scroll down, currently it´s the 10th news from above)

    Okay, just wild guessing:

    1. Help (I think I´ve heard of some b/w rehearsal footage)
    2. Hush (could be also from the Playboy TV, afterall it´s not on disc two)*
    3. Wring That Neck (no idea where that is from, certainly not Inglewood, that was shabby amateur footage only)
    4. Hallelujah (can´t be anything but Beat Club)*
    5. Mandrake Root (that one is either from Doing Their Thing or from Southbank, hopefully it´s Southbank!)*
    6. Speed King (Could be Doing Their Thing)*
    7. Black Night (Same as above)*
    8. Child In Time (same as above)*
    9. Lazy (No idea, I fear it´s from Copenhagen 72)*
    10. Strange Kind Of Woman (Hopefully from Top Of The Pops!)
    11. Fireball Writing Session (there are very short clips on the Machine Head Documentary, hopefully this is longer and with original sound!)
    12. Fireball (This is most likely from Disco 72, I think I heard the Top Of The Pops one were stills exist from is lost?)
    13. Demon’s Eye (This is hopefully from The Memo Show, Berlin 1971)
    14. No No No (Most likely Beat Club)*
    15. Into The Fire (Also from Berlin ´71)
    16. Never Before (Hardly anything else but the promo video already found on the Machine Head DVD)*
    17. Highway Star (Beat Club Again)*
    18. Smoke On The Water (I fear this is from Hofstra again)*

    As for the Mark III and Mark IV clips I fear they´re from California Jam and Rises Over Japan respectively, but it would be nice if that wasn´t the case of course.

    * already officially avaiable(but good to have this all on one DVD!)

  2. 2
    stormbringer says:

    the old video clips have been already appeared in the previous dvds , I collected

  3. 3
    kraatzy says:

    … b.t.w. I think, now we have nearly all broadcasted purple tv-tapes on dvd.

    Bye Bye YouTube, but thank you for so many hours with you.

    -kraatzy-

  4. 4
    Crimson Ghost says:

    Not one piece of video on here I don’t already have, depending on a few tid bits, SKOW might be one of them, hopefully…. but hopefully it will have good sound options, otherwise it won’t receieve much play from me.

  5. 5
    HZ says:

    Great news!

  6. 6
    Konstantin Gorlov says:

    If it will be released, it will be the DVD of the year!

    It seems that this DVD that was planned long ago by Simon Robinson and EMI as “Deep Purple Archives Volume 3”.
    Seems that id didn’t work with EMI but will work with Eagle.
    Great that a huge bunch of several tapes will be finaly collected at one big official release.

    If it will realise, it could be as great release as Led Zeppelin DVD set from 2003.

    P.S. Some of that tapes I never saw before, even didn’t know about them! For example Mark 4 New Zealand or Mark 3 French TV…

  7. 7
    HardRockPete says:

    This is certainly very good news. I’ve seen a lot of these clips before, but now we will hopefully be able to see them with better picture and sound.

    Now, what about the 84ish reunion years? When will they release stuff from those tours and recordings?

  8. 8
    Daniel Todorov says:

    80 or maybe 90 years. Which is quite scary !!!

  9. 9
    stormbringer says:

    the MK III & IV songs are not completed arranged in this 2 dvd set.

    you better get a complete DVD RISES OVER JAPAN 1975

  10. 10
    Rascal says:

    Good to see all these on one DVD.

    @6 I was fortunate to be in the UK when Deep Purple headlined the Knebworth Fayre back in 1985. What a home coming for the band. I am fortunate in having a ‘betmax camcorder’ recording of part of the show, and also a recording of BBC radio promo show that accompanied the festival.

    Great times the reunion years

  11. 11
    Soulmover says:

    Excellent job.
    However, there are still some low points.
    For example…does this contain the full doing their thing and pop deux footage?
    what about southbank?
    black night from TOTP?
    the complete ROJ footage?
    Also they left footage from hamburg 70, montreaux 71 and mkI in switzerland

  12. 12
    Gillan89 says:

    I agree with soulmover.
    There are some vrely rare footage missing, which could be used on this double dvd. Unfortunately they have been left out once again. I have a bootleg dvd called “Golden Dust 1968-1976” which contains a very short footage from Hamburg 1971 (which was taken from german documentary film about that year od 1971). I checked the date of that concert and it’s correct. The rumours are going on that some of the “main bosses” in deep purple productions have a longer and better footage from Hamburg. Than again some people say that there is a video footage from Stockholm 1970 (Scandinavian nights)which was of course official live album and there is a remaster version of it. But nobody is sure in that source.
    I also just want to fill up 69’s description of tracks on the dvd.
    69 said that “Speed King” is probably from Doing Their Thing, but there is yet a another video footage of Speed King performed at Vicky Leandros show in 1970. Here is a link from youtube for anyone who is interested.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxfOZISnST0

  13. 13
    Gillan89 says:

    For a love of god !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Every DEEP PURPLE FAN pay a a full atention!!!!!!!
    Here is a link from youtube click it and watch
    a UNBELIEVBLE FOOTAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    THIS IS 100% MUST HAVE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkYHpk3TKCg

  14. 14
    Soulmover says:

    Can you give us the exact date of the hamburg concert?
    By the way, You are right…the DPAS did inded say that longer footage of this had been obtained and hopefully owukld be used on the archive dvd series.
    so….

  15. 15
    Soulmover says:

    wow that is an amazing mix of different footages…
    there are sooo many audience 8mm clips of bands like the doors or zepp. I wonder why nothing from purple.

  16. 16
    Gillan89 says:

    I vrely sorry soulmover, you were wright. The Hamburg concert was in 1970, exact date 12.02.1970. Sorry again.
    Soulmover you must!!! this video footage
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkYHpk3TKCg

  17. 17
    Gillan89 says:

    Another rare footage !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It’s not Deep Purple, but it’s Rainbow!
    You must see This !
    Rainbow – Live In Rochester 1976
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AfABv-AobE&feature=related

  18. 18
    Soulmover says:

    th speed king ffotage does sound like scandinavian nights 1970…i will compare closely. Gillan singing tyrolean style is amazing. and the last ffotage…well just amazing don´t where it can come from.

  19. 19
    Gillan89 says:

    69 you just have to see this video !!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AfABv-AobE&feature=related

    It diclaims all the videos that we were talking about.
    It has Speed King, Backstage Interviews, Highway Star all in color. It even has Yodel!!! from 1971, which loooks like that it was aired on 3sat channel.

  20. 20
    Gillan89 says:

    I gotta ask you soulmover ?
    Do you have any information about “full concert” of
    Rainbow in Houston 1976. I have the short documentary film about the tour (you probably have too) but do you have at least a rumour that there is a whole concert?

  21. 21
    Crimson Ghost says:

    @11

    This footage is synched to more than one audio, and there is no more to it, in fact when it first surfaced on the net, it was selling for hundreds$$$$$$$$$$$$ What a rip off! Any rumor of more existing is exactly that, a rumor!

    There is no ‘full’ concert footage from Houston 76, a fan filmed some of it, that’s all there is…. slow it down a bit, all existing footage is very well tracked by videophiles, and all at youtube are there for the taking and have been for years now, it’s all very well known about.

    If you collect videos at a fairly rapid pace, you’ll know that little to no footage on this forthcoming DVD has not been seen yet, in fact some of it is suspect concerning lack of details, so some of it won’t even be a surprise… and as I said, don’t expect superior sound either. Although concerning some of it, I hope I’m wrong about, like the mkIV stuff. And someone mentioned the entire ‘ROJ’ set, lol! Keep dreaming, you will never see the whole show! Best take your chances with the recently unleashed bootleg from low generation beta, it promises to impress even that concerts biggest detractors, it’s a fine quality piece with much brighter visual and sound… a must have for fans of that show.

  22. 22
    Soulmover says:

    I was refering to the whole ROJ footage with five songs, not just 2 listed on this dvd.
    Of course I know the entire tokyo 75 fotage is lost!

  23. 23
    Karl-Heinz says:

    I hope this is *** NOT *** the DPAS archive release because Simon said that this will include recordings which even full collected bootleggers don’t have.

  24. 24
    Crimson Ghost says:

    @20

    Just making sure, but one thing for sure is whatever reel they take ‘ROJ’ from for the two clips… it won’t be from the glorious quality of the recently unleashed bootleg from beta, the LD and DVD versions are the same exact transfer as my original official VHS Warner/Pioneer copy, which as you know is horrible quality. Get your hands on that baby, even the cover is a top job.

  25. 25
    soulmover says:

    to 23,
    Of course this IS the DPAS third archive dvd!!!

  26. 26
    Roberto says:

    I just have al these videos…and on you tube you can find anything…not interested…

  27. 27
    big al says:

    splendid stuff! I dont have any of this stuff so I will be getting it for sure… I WOULD LOVE TO SEE A GOOD QUALITY FILM OF THE BOLIN ERA..ANYBODY GOT ANY IDEAS?

  28. 28
    Andrew says:

    hi guys – Gillan89 has a few links , the one listed as from 1971 which includes Deep purple performing HIGHWAY STAR in Stuttgart in 1972 with interviews etc. Anyway it has the logo>> BW….does anyone know where its from? cheers andrew

  29. 29
    Russ says:

    Roberto,

    You even have the No No No take 2?

  30. 30
    cp says:

    “Soulmover says:
    I was refering to the whole ROJ footage with five songs, not just 2 listed on this dvd.
    Of course I know the entire tokyo 75 footage is lost!”
    I don’t know that it’s lost. The real question is whether the entire show was filmed in the first place.The 16mm cameras’ magazines only held 16 minutes worth of film, which is why on big shows like Woodstock and the like, so many acts and tunes were omitted. As it was, the footage that was filmed was for Japanese TV much like In Concert in the States, the only difference being in the US they used video tape, much cheaper and easier to edit, and it affored the ability to tape the whole show other than highlights. I don’t KNOW if the whole 75 show was or wasn’t filmed, but to assume it was needs more checking.
    Over on the Purple hub, there’s a great master taken from a beta, the best quality of the footage I’ve seen.I obtained a physical copy and it’s unreal, quality wise.

  31. 31
    Konstantin Gorlov says:

    I’ve just found the first link when it can be ordered. Artwork is ready and the price is 21,90 Euro (quite reasonable for such Holy Grail):
    http://www.recordshopx.com/artist/deep_purple/history_hits_highlights_68_76/dvd/
    Release date: 3.6.2009

  32. 32
    Soulmover says:

    I doubt this is the final artwork.
    And yes, the entire tokyo 75 was filmed. The DPAS has said it many times.

  33. 33
    Joerg says:

    To soulmover: A more complete version of the Montreux 1971 material (11 minutes) and 90 seconds of Mk I in Switzerland will soon circulate everywhere…

  34. 34
    Soulmover says:

    how do you know that?

  35. 35
    Crimson Ghost says:

    Hugely reliable source, trust him.

  36. 36
    Soulmover says:

    i will be pacient then. It will be nice to see that on youtube. Don´t understand why people complain about “I have seen mainly all of this footage” At least they gather them and release them officialy, which is allways better than a bootleg.

  37. 37
    Sami says:

    Will buy it the day it’s released…although already
    have some of the stuff, it’s really nice to have it on
    better quality/there’s still lots of rare material. Thanks to everyone involved with compiling this release, it’s really appreciated!!

    Have a good weekend everybody, now back to Wishbone Ash’s Argus(remastered version) : masterpiece, a timeless album I just can’t get enough of…well, I’m a little bit drunk, so time for another beer 😉

    Cheers

  38. 38
    Crimson Ghost says:

    @35

    Right, most of the time, but not always are they an improvement, depending on what audio and video sources used… I’ve seen plenty of ill advised official work concerning that.

  39. 39
    Sami says:

    big al : the only Bolin era film-footage I’m aware of is the Rises Over Japan…not very good quality sound & picture-wise, but still it’s better than nothing, and a nice addition to your collection. You can download it from ie. Isohunt.

    Kippis

  40. 40
    Crimson Ghost says:

    IsBunk! Upgraded version is like watching a whole different show, it’s that much better quality.

  41. 41
    Russ says:

    I personally like the look of Rises over Japan. I love the look of real film. Too bad there are no official releases of Mark2 on film. There is Sydney 84 but who knows if we will ever get to see that footage outside of the clips in the KAYBD promo.

    I still believe out there somewhere is a few rolls of super8 footage shot but some casual fan at the Made In Japan concerts in 72. Purple were too big at the time for someone to pass up this opportunity. It is probably just sitting forgotten in an attic.

  42. 42
    Russ says:

    Let me correct….The Come Hell or High Water video was film. But I want to see 70’s or 80’s stuff.

  43. 43
    Crimson Ghost says:

    Surely you’ve seen the quality version of ‘ROJ’ that was released by ‘heimdall’ from Sweden, right?

  44. 44
    Russ says:

    @43

    Oh yes. Got that one when it hit the web.

    The thing that bothers me about the ’93 CHOHW concert footage is that it is very flat. There are no cameras in the pit in front of the stage. And most of the angles seem to be shot from a distance zoomed in. I’m sure it all had to do with Ritchie and him not wanting a camera between him and the audience. But he doesn’t seem to have an issue with that other nights.

  45. 45
    Gillan89 says:

    To Russ
    You gotta check this video out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    You’re gonna like it 🙂

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkYHpk3TKCg

  46. 46
    ormandy says:

    …and check out this 1971 Swiss Deep Purple documentary out, while it lasts.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctG-EpxzYOQ

  47. 47
    ormandy says:

    …and check out this 1971 Swiss Deep Purple documentary, while it lasts.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctG-EpxzYOQ

  48. 48
    Gillan89 says:

    EVERYONE!
    You Need to see this, another pupped out!!!!!!!!!!!
    More footage archive and rare footage
    SEE THIS!!!!!!!!!1111

  49. 49
    Gillan89 says:

    Here is a link

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0jOFp6ck0I&feature=channel_page&fmt=18

  50. 50
    Russ says:

    @45

    Yes I actually tried to buy that super8 footage from the guy who was selling it on ebay a few years ago.

    These other new clips are sweet!!

  51. 51
    Crimson Ghost says:

    The clips will obviously be on this 2 DVD set.
    But what audio will be synched to the parts without sound, who knows?
    I’m just now seeing the Montreux with partial sound for the first time, I’ve had it without audio for some time now, same with Bern 68.

    Should be interesting to see the outcome on DVD.

    Think I’ll grab Montreux for some sharing fun while it’s still game.

  52. 52
    69 says:

    The montreaux interview bits are priceless. Hard to imagine Gillan was able to give such simple answers back in the days!

  53. 53
    Joerg says:

    Unfortunately the guy who uploaded it to youtube destroyed some of the feeling of the Montreux 1971 clip with cutting it and replacing the original CIT sound on the after show sequence…

  54. 54
    Rasmus Heide says:

    Joerg, do you have a better version?

  55. 55
    Peter Elliott says:

    Looking at the comments on YouTube on the 1968 footage, we find this…

    “Nick Simpler came into our studio last week and told us that they are re-releasing the first three purple albums with new bass and vocal tracks so him and Evans don’t get any money from it. Classic. He isn’t happy.”

    A poor joke if ever I saw one since Evans and Simper get no royalties anyway!

  56. 56
    Gillan89 says:

    I have found that the Fireball session which is going to be on the dvd is 3 minute long. I persume that’s a black and white documentary footage from the “ghost house” where did they recorded Fireball album. Yes of course there is a very short clip from that session on the Machine Head (Classic Albums) dvd. I really hope this is going to be much better.

  57. 57
    soulmover says:

    This is NOT going to be on the upcomming dvd? haven´t you seen the track list above???

  58. 58
    soulmover says:

    By the way…why still no official information on the eaglerecords we site or the dpas?

  59. 59
    soulmover says:

    waiting for the hamburg clips…

  60. 60
    Crimson Ghost says:

    @57

    Sure it is, read the track list again yourself.

    11.”Fireball writing session”

  61. 61
    Crimson Ghost says:

    Ah, correction again soulmover… he didn’t say that it would NOT, be on the DVD, so I’m sure he read the track list… when you jump the gun it can have a snowball effect! lol!

  62. 62
    Steve H says:

    @7

    From what I’ve read on DPAS in the past, the trouble with trying to do archive releases from the 84 reunion onwards requires the agreement of their current management, who aren’t interested, unfortunately.

  63. 63
    soulmover says:

    I was refering to the montreaux footage as not being on the dvd!

  64. 64
    soulmover says:

    Actually it was you crimson ghost who said the montreaux footage will eb included!

  65. 65
    Crimson Ghost says:

    I said that because it’s true… what’s your point?
    I directed my first correction at the fact that you followed post 56, as if you were responding to him.

  66. 66
    soulmover says:

    what about this?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gs7CYmV–g

  67. 67
    Russ says:

    @65

    Wow. This stuff just keeps coming.

  68. 68
    Crimson Ghost says:

    Yeah.. that footage is known about, but thanks to people just like you who have opened treasure chests and shared them Russ, we get to see yet another rare sleeper. Glad to see this and Montreux, finally.

  69. 69
    Gillan89 says:

    This is amazing!!! (Refering to the Speed King in Geramny 1971)
    I’m just thrilled because of the fact that there more and more rare footage revealing.
    Thanks to everybody who shares those footage with us

  70. 70
    Crimson Ghost says:

    You haven’t seen anything yet, there is tons of this stuff, youtube is just one platform for it, and that’s nice, but it’s only the tip of the iceburg.

  71. 71
    soulmover says:

    what are you talking about?
    LOTS of more rare footage?

  72. 72
    Gillan89 says:

    If your wright crimson ghost.
    Then those a wonderful news.
    I still believe that among those short tv/documentary clips
    lies a whole “new” concert footage with all the songs.
    It doesn’t matter if it’s black & white, just a knowledge that there is another full concert footage from the my favourite MkII line up. Maybe there is chance for that, because of the fact that the only recorded one Copenhagen ’72 was filmed by denmarks television. And it was also a short footage until the middle of the 80’s when it came out as a full concert on VHS named Scandinavian Nights.
    I hope that everyone in any way agrees with me

  73. 73
    Crimson Ghost says:

    I’ve been collecting film since 1980 or so, my list is incomprehensive concerning both what I have and do not have but know about existing. Both pro shot and known audience clips and full shows with important content of some kind in them, there is so much it would make your head spin.

  74. 74
    Gillan89 says:

    For example:
    They made a promo video for Never Before (everybody seen it)from concert material from Rainbow Theatre (October 1972). I still believe that somebody who filmed this (television or who ever) maybe has a complete footage of that concert. There’s a really little chance for that but who knows maybe it does exist. Personally for me that promo is piece c..p. Only positive fact is that you can see the lads from 1972 in “color”. And also it was stupid idea to Never Before song as a audio mix, because you can evidentially see Blackmore playing Highway Star, and in some sequence Gillan singing the same song. It would be whole lot better if they used H.star rather than N.Before

  75. 75
    Gillan89 says:

    I really envy you crimson.
    Way the go.
    I also a huge fan of concert footage (especially from 60’s and 70’s) not just Deep Purple Family, but whole British Rock scene.
    I also have a huge collection of concerts and bootlegs and compairing to you it’s a kids game.
    Well done

  76. 76
    soulmover says:

    To Gillan89.

    The dpas has said that the footage for the never before promo is an unknown early 72 show, probably in Scandinavia, but not Rainbow Theater.

  77. 77
    Crimson Ghost says:

    The shots filmed and used for the “Never Before” promo clip are from Croydon 72 I believe. Or so a very reliable source connected to the ‘dpas’ once informed me so, and I think he is right. I think it might have even been reported as a performance of “Space Truckin” but I’m not positive about that.

  78. 78
    soulmover says:

    can you crimson give us a clue about the rare ffotage of pro shot and audince film that is circulating only among serious collectors?

  79. 79
    Gillan89 says:

    Thanks for the information crimson

  80. 80
    Roberto says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5W2FlH4Bw4&feature=related

    this is a rare footage which I never saw…great!

    how much Gillan is tall?

  81. 81
    Don says:

    Lets not forget the complete MKIII Australian TV footage that seems to appear only in the background of interviews? Of course any Stormbringer tour footage other than that single songe B&W TV promo is priceless

  82. 82
    Gillan89 says:

    Here’s another one !
    Check this out.
    Of Course Gillan

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nm2pQU-2YE

  83. 83
    Crimson Ghost says:

    These onlygive so many around here something to talk about.

    The first clip is very rare, depending on who you are, the second, less.

    ‘Rare’ really does depend… but it’s nice to see that first clip get some airplay at Youtube.

  84. 84
    Crimson Ghost says:

    @78

    As I said, the list of these things is so big it’s incomprehensive. Plus they do keep coming… so the list keeps growing.
    Even some non serious collectors are sitting on things the ‘serious collectors’ want… it’s a janitors position trying to keep track of and accumulate them. Youtube has been a tremendous help, but did it didn’t start there and will never end there. But it has helped websites like this and others, to keep an eye out for when stuff surfaces, and post the odd oldie that’sbeen going around for years that nobody knew existed. Uploading to the internet at multiple locations has helped as well, for those who appreciate it and can download them.

    Mail trading though, will alsways be the best way to increase a bootleg collection, either audio or video… finding the traders is important, but once you do, as long as you deal nicely and offer something in return, sometimes blank media will do…. postage and cheap media is the fraction you pay for some stuff you will consider priceless.

  85. 85
    Gillan89 says:

    Here, on this link “deep-purple.net” gave their opinion and prediction what’s might gonna be on this double dvd.
    It looks like i was right for the 6. Speed King, it’s gonna be from Vicky Leandros show.
    Read this reviews, there’s a hope that we’re gonna see some nice rare footage.
    http://www.deep-purple.net/review-files/deep-purple-dvd/deep-purple-dvd.html

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    43 says:

    Another rare videos

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGm7ditnHEo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DovzOPOQer4

  87. 87
    Marcelo Soares says:

    They found the Purple Grail!

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    Gillan89 says:

    I know !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    :)))

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    BlackSparrow says:

    Since you blokes are talking RARE stuff could anyone tell me where to gets Ladies and Gentlemen THE ROLLING STONES it was once a feature length movie released ways back in 1974 and then it just up and disappeared. Maybe it was one of those new management things you blokes were talking abouts. I mean it had rare mick taylor stuff I mean stunning playing just splendid

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    samme says:

    Here’s a very rare video from Stormbringer tour.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqmPIlbTrDU

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    Benny says:

    no mentioning of the 90 sec clip of footage from Made in Japan, which was to be included as this website stated earlier.

    Anyone?

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    Lajos says:

    Yes…it appears in “history” (the first programme on DVD 1),and i have to say,that this snippet only is worth the price of this DVD.
    Cheers!!
    oh..by the way..,there is also a bit of Stormbringer in perfect (colour) quality.Why didn´t they use the entire shot?
    How much more is to release?

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    Alex Bergdahl says:

    The MIJ-clip is astounding, I almost wet myself.

    Does anyone know why one of the Rises Over Japan-clips is Crystal Clear while the other is not? Imagine to have the FULL Tokyo 75-gig on dvd in the aforementioned quality….

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    gustavo says:

    Hey. here since argentina!!!I´ve made the reserve to have this jewell. Greetings!! Gustavo.

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    Phil says:

    California Jam is a great show. I hope they add “Space Truckin”, “Strange Kind Of Woman” and “Smoke OTW”, from a 1973 New York performance….you can take a look at the live songs on youtube…..kicks ass….

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    purplepriest1965 says:

    @ 95

    Your post puzzles me.
    The DVD is already released.
    NOT in the proces to add some more.
    So suggestions like yours are too late, me thinks.

    Apart from that its understandable they did not put those on the release because one buy a disc with those, coupled with the Scandinavia gig ofcourse.

    But those tracks you mention sure are awesome.
    To think that was the period they KNEW they were going to split!!!!!!

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    jim sheridan says:

    Hey BlackSparrow, the Stones will finally be releasing “Ladies and Gentlemen” on DVD later this year! Wheee!

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    affandi haris says:

    DEEP PURPLE VERY FANTASTIC AND AMAZING****I LOVE DEEP PURPLE UNTILL I DIE***

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    gestapo says:

    Why do copyright holders want to restrict distribution of their content to a particular country?

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