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ravenheart 04-04-2014 05:07 PM

Celebrating Jon Lord -- London, England -- April 4th, 2014
 
[CENTER]Venue: Royal Albert Hall
Set times: 19:30-20:45 / 21:10-23:00
Host: Bob Harris

[b]Murray Gould / Neil Murray / Jerry Brown / Paul Wichens / Nigel Hopkins[/b]
Fantasia
Durham Concerto: Part I, Morning, II. Durham Awakes
[SIZE="1"](with Kathryn Tickell)[/SIZE]

[b]Steve Balsamo / Anna Phoebe / Micky Moody / Nigel Hopkins[/b]
All Those Years Ago

[b]Miller Anderson / Nigel Hopkins[/b]
Pictured Within

[b]Rick Wakeman / Murray Gould / Neil Murray / Jerry Brown / Paul Wichens / Nigel Hopkins[/b]
Sarabande

[b]Margo Buchanan / Murray Gould / Paul Wichens[/b]
One From The Meadow

[b]Murray Gould / Neil Murray / Jerry Brown / Paul Wichens / Nigel Hopkins[/b]
??

[b]Jeremy Irons / Paul Mann[/b]
Afterwards

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[b]Paul Weller / Micky Moody / Murray Gould / Neil Murray / Jerry Brown / Paul Wichens / Nigel Hopkins[/b]
Things Get Better
I Take What I Want

[b]Phil Campbell / Nick Fyffe / Bernie Marsden / Ian Paice[/b]
Silas & Jerome
I'm Gonna Stop Drinking
[SIZE="1"](with Paul Wichens and Nigel Hopkins)[/SIZE]

[b]Steve Balsamo / Sandi Thom / Don Airey / Murray Gould / Neil Murray / Jerry Brown / Paul Wichens / Nigel Hopkins[/b]
Soldier of Fortune

[b]Glenn Hughes / Bruce Dickinson / Ian Paice / Don Airey / Murray Gould / Paul Wichens / Nigel Hopkins[/b]
You Keep On Moving
[SIZE="1"](with Micky Moody)[/SIZE]
Burn

[b]Glenn Hughes / Paul Wichens / Nigel Hopkins[/b]
This Time Around

[b]Deep Purple[/b]
Uncommon Man
Above And Beyond
Lazy
[SIZE="1"](with Stephen Bentley-Klein)[/SIZE]
When A Blind Man Cries
Perfect Strangers
Black Night
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Hush
[SIZE="1"](with Bruce Dickinson, Rick Wakeman, Micky Moody, Stephen Bentley-Klein, Murray Gould, Jerry Brown, Paul Wichens and Nigel Hopkins)[/SIZE]

All songs performed with The Orion Orchestra conducted by Paul Mann.

[U]House band:[/U]
Murray Gould - guitar
Jerry Brown - drums
Neil Murray - bass
Paul Wichens - keyboards
Nigel Hopkins - piano

[U]Guests:[/U]
Miller Anderson - vocals
Steve Balsamo - vocals
Margo Buchanan - vocals
Phil Campbell - vocals
Bruce Dickinson - vocals
Nick Fyffe - bass
Glenn Hughes - vocals/bass
Stephen Bentley-Klein - violin
Paul Mann - piano
Bernie Marsden - guitar
Micky Moody - guitar
Anna Phoebe - violin
Sandi Thom - vocals
Kathryn Tickell - Northumbrian smallpipes
Rick Wakeman - keyboards
Paul Weller - vocals/guitar[/CENTER]

PVH5150 04-04-2014 05:12 PM

Thought Coverdale was supposed to be a part of this?

Either way, seemed like a good show. Hughes & Dickinson on "Burn" must've been the tits.

ravenheart 04-04-2014 05:19 PM

Have filled in the missing songs, so the three remaining gaps are classical pieces I didn't recognise, presumably all written by Jon Lord.

[QUOTE=PVH5150;566108]Thought Coverdale was supposed to be a part of this?[/QUOTE]

Nope, never was.

[QUOTE=PVH5150;566108]Either way, seemed like a good show. Hughes & Dickinson on "Burn" must've been the tits.[/QUOTE]

I thought it'd be the highlight, but You Keep On Moving was better, and Glenn absolutely smashed This Time Around.

To be honest, I thought Deep Purple were pretty disrespectful. To me it felt like they were treating their 30 minutes as a showpiece for themselves, rather than a tribute to Jon. I mean, two songs he didn't even play on? (even if both were written as tributes to Lord, that's a dedication to make at your own shows, not an evening intended to celebrate HIS music) And they spent nearly 10 minutes on Lazy, letting Don Airey fuck around with a keyboard solo and dueling with the violinist, when all three could have been dropped for a movement from the Concerto For Group And Orchestra instead, which was something specifically written by Jon. Each of the movements are 15 minutes, so they could have done the middle one which actually has a part for Gillan.

Everybody else was immaculate.

JRA 04-04-2014 07:58 PM

[QUOTE=ravenheart;566109]To be honest, I thought Deep Purple were pretty disrespectful. To me it felt like they were treating their 30 minutes as a showpiece for themselves, rather than a tribute to Jon.[/quote]

I might agree with this if that was a straight up greatest hits set. The only song from Machine Head is Lazy (which belongs there).

The Ghost at Number One 04-04-2014 08:58 PM

Pretty surprising that Coverdale wasn't involved in this, at least on some level.

How are Mickey Moody and Neil Murray doing these days?

MetalIsArt 04-05-2014 03:02 AM

So uhm, did Glenn convert you to the hippie-dom yet? ;)

ravenheart 04-05-2014 03:49 AM

[QUOTE=JRA;566121]I might agree with this if that was a straight up greatest hits set. The only song from Machine Head is Lazy (which belongs there).[/QUOTE]

Greatest hits wouldn't have made it a showpiece for the band. In fact, that would have been massively more appropriate, since Jon played on all of their greatest hits. Playing NEW songs made it about them, not about Jon. That and, what DP greatest hits set wouldn't have When A Blind Man Cries, Hush, Perfect Strangers and Black Night in it?!

ravenheart 04-05-2014 03:50 AM

[QUOTE=MetalIsArt;566140]So uhm, did Glenn convert you to the hippie-dom yet? ;)[/QUOTE]

He's actually not all that bad. You can tell he's got a pretty big ego, but that whole "I love my golden ones" hippie bullshit is totally a front.

He is a health freak though.

ravenheart 04-05-2014 03:53 AM

[QUOTE=The Ghost at Number One;566124]Pretty surprising that Coverdale wasn't involved in this, at least on some level.[/QUOTE]

They asked him to be, but he must either have declined or not replied. Everyone there played for free.

[QUOTE=The Ghost at Number One;566124]How are Mickey Moody and Neil Murray doing these days?[/QUOTE]

Moody is in terrific shape. I saw him a while back with his current band, Snakecharmer, and he's playing his ass off these days. I thought he'd just play on a couple of classic songs last night, be he contributed to all kinds of different stuff. It's only since that I've realised at previous Sunflower Jam events, he was part of the house band.

Murray's new band is fucking awful, but he can still play. Looking old now.

Bernie Marsden is the one who looks like he's going to have a heart attack any minute.

Also worth pointing out that Jeremy Irons' reading of Afterwards, which is a poem by Thomas Hardy, was excellent. Amazing delivery.

MetalIsArt 04-05-2014 07:11 AM

[QUOTE=ravenheart;566143]He's actually not all that bad. You can tell he's got a pretty big ego, but that whole "I love my golden ones" hippie bullshit is totally a front.

He is a health freak though.[/QUOTE]


Good! ;)


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