Deep Purple stand as one of the largest and important English hard rock acts, many of their recordings and live performances provided the blueprint followed by virtually every heavy rock & roll band since the mid 70’s. The line-up featured in this collection of live performances heralded the beginning of the group's most creative and commercially successful period.
No No No
Jon Lord – Organ
Ian Paice – Drums
Ritchie Blackmore – Guitar
Roger Glover – Bass
Ian Gillan – Vocals
“No, No, No” is known as one of the live favourites which appeared on the album “Fireball” in 1971. “Fireball” reached the number one spot in the album charts across Europe in ’71 and hit the top 30 across the water in the U.S.
The album “Machine Head” reached the U.S. top five in mid-1972 and positioned Deep Purple among rock's elite. It featured the classic "Highway Star" which epitomizes all of Deep Purple's intensity and versatility.
The track “Hallelujah” as presented live on this DVD-EP will be a rare treat for fans. Not only was it the first recording made (during the summer of ’69) by this legendary line-up, it also isn’t available on any known official album releases.
‘DVD Jukebox’ feature enables the viewer to select various other audio-visual tracks by relevant artists.
‘Previews’ feature enables the viewer to select samples of other titles available in the series.
‘Pop Up DVD’ section provides useful information on each band.
Sound Options: 5.1 Dolby Digital Sound/DTS