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Lazy with Purpendicular

Back in March Ian Paice played a couple of shows with a European tribute band Purpendicular. The band produced a video with a short interview with the maestro and their live take on Lazy:

Thanks to Purperndicular for the info.



16 Comments to “Lazy with Purpendicular”:

  1. 1
    Marco Paice Mastria says:

    Always the greatest as ever !!!

  2. 2
    Buttockss says:

    Impresive wow!!!…..maybe will replace the real band. Maybe ian sees something i see. a young gillan that can scream, and a young blackmore that can hit all the right notes.

  3. 3
    fdr says:

    Quite good. Very rare to find a band covering the Satriani line up of the band!

  4. 4
    Tracy (Zero the Hero) Heyder says:

    Too bad there are still the chronic whiners frequenting this site. A stark reminder as to where the lack of new records from Purple have gone. What’s the point when they are constantly bombarded by the hecklers here at THS?

    Cheers

  5. 5
    Wim says:

    Impressive,
    Only one thing missing in this one.

    The old lunchwrapper. But otherwise veeeeery good

    Thanx for letting us in on this one

  6. 6
    Tommy H. says:

    Wow, the singer sounds awesome! Cool band.

    Cheers

  7. 7
    Jim says:

    What a boring band, except for the drummer! Please stop the cover/tribute band crap on this website!

  8. 8
    Bo says:

    This is great because they play with their heart. AND THEY CAN PLAY!!!
    At times it sounds like Purple in the old days.
    You will be more than welcome here in Denmark.

  9. 9
    Wiktor says:

    Hey, hey Mr Butt, take it easy will ya, as far as I know (and the rest of the civilized world) Mr Blackmore can still hit all the right notes, he´s still the man!

  10. 10
    Arthur says:

    Jim – there’s as many original members of Deep Purple in this video as there are in the current line up of Purple……

  11. 11
    Tracy (Zero the Hero) Heyder says:

    Arthur @10:

    Though your response is quite true on the technical aspect, your point is mute, as is with any of the typical negative attitudes here. Though I have no problem with Paice enjoying his playing with a Tribute Band for fun, I do have a problem with the likes of those such as you whom are making the obvious point that present Purple is a tribute act. If that is the case, then using that logic, all of the many MKs since MK1 are just tribute acts…..

    Cheers

  12. 12
    Frank says:

    Mr. Paice seems to be having a blast! What an honor for the other members of the band to be playing with him…I can only imagine their excitement. There’s some great energy in their performance. Life’s full of changes, and yes, musical lineups. A nice take on an old favorite; and I can still enjoy the original recordings just as well. It’s great to see this come together, if only for one evening, and I’m glad it was able to be shared here.

  13. 13
    purplepriest1965 says:

    Oh man, this is cool!!!
    Brazen Abbot with LAZY.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZywfDDddL8&feature=related

  14. 14
    Sami says:

    Of course the current Purple is a tribute act: Bobby Woodman was the original drummer, not Ian Paice, HA!

    Why can’t you all just take it a little less seriously for god’s sake.

    Yes Mark, that is quite cool rendition of Lazy, have a good weekend everyone.

  15. 15
    olaf says:

    HAHA Sami…very true, also Chris Curtis was in there somwhere as far as I can remember.
    Heres some interesting Tracks with Ian on Drums, plus content with Roger & Ian on PDTV.
    http://www.purpendicular.eu/index.php/dvd-content/

    Enjoy the week!

  16. 16
    Mr Leslie says:

    Again and again and again: Use at least a REAL LESLIE!!! This is a DP TRIBUTE band. It’s a question of RESPECT to have a real HAMMOND/LESLIE sound!

    Mr Leslie

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