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Demon’s Eye (Berlin 1971)

Many thanks to Jim Collins for spotting this goodie. A very extended live version of Demon’s Eye from Berlin 1971:

And thanks to all the people who’ve sent us this — Into The Fire from the same show:



8 Comments to “Demon’s Eye (Berlin 1971)”:

  1. 1
    Burn says:

    Very nice video!

  2. 2
    Dr. dp says:

    Over 35 years on. Awesome find! THANKS! A little subdued but “THEY” just don’t make them like this anymore. Nice little SKOW-like improv thingy in the mid to end section. WHO was that MIB? &&&& whatever happened to HIM???? Oh,never mind. Regards,Drdp

  3. 3
    69 says:

    That´s great, so the whole thing does exist afterall! For years there have snippets of the Into The Fire performance from the same source been circulating paired with aftershow audience interviews(most of which were negative!!!).

    Actually there is a two part video of this as well on youtube that includes Into The Fire as well:

    Part 1(Into The Fire): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fT_e5kD3zc
    Part 2(Demon´s Eye): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6BAKF7Ka5I&mode=related&search=

  4. 4
    sedeort says:

    “Into The Fire” is also avalaible from the same show.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZKVSZT7ip4

  5. 5
    max says:

    Well. This one is just…FANTASTIC! (Even Blackmore and Gillan put a smile on on their way through…). And I thought I knew most of the mark 2 live-in-colour-footage…where does this comne from? And – is there more of it?

    Thanks so much for putting it on and for spotting it!

  6. 6
    Podzilla says:

    Wooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooow !!!

  7. 7
    Elias says:

    I’t was realy good, but this camera angles was not god,i’t should be better..

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    joe crowley says:

    awesome seeing the best version of Purple in the glory days.

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