The Deep Purple Podcast

The Deep Purple Podcast

By Nathan Beaudry & John Mottola
A fan podcast dedicated to the history, music, and people behind the band Deep Purple . . . and beyond!
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Episode #38 - Ian Gillan Band - Child in Time
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #38 “Ian Gillan Band - Child in Time” January 13, 2020   Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Thanks to Our Patrons: $5 Tier Clay Wombacher Steve Seaborg (NameOnAnything.com, Alltheworldsastage.net) $3 Tier Peter Gardow Ian Desrosiers $1 Tier Ells Murders Spacey Noodles Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast: Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Show Updates: Comments from social media. Mo Foster's British Rock Guitar Book Gillan’s Financial Endeavors: Forming of the Band: Back in the Business: Lead up to the Album: Album Art & Booklet Review Album Credits (from Discogs):   Vocals – Ian Gillan   Album Tracks: Lay Me Down (Gillan, Fenwick, Nauseef, Gustafson) You Make Me Feel So Good (Gillan, Moran, Dave Wintour, Bernie Holland, Andy Steele) Shame (Gillan, Fenwick, Nauseef, Gustafson) My Baby Loves Me (Gillan, Fenwick, Nauseef, Glover) Down the Road (Gillan, Fenwick, Nauseef, Gustafson, Glover) Child in Time (Blackmore, Gillan, Glover, Lord, Paice) Let it Slide (Gillan, Fenwick, Nauseef, Gustafson, Moran) Reception and Review This Week in Purple History . . . January 13 through January 19 January 19, 1947 - Rod Evans is born January 13, 1973 - Deep Purple releases Who Do We Think We Are January 15, 2006 - Dream Theater performs Made in Japan in Osaka - Roger Glover does the mix For Further Information: Child in Time by Ian Gillan Purple Records 1971-1978 by Neil Priddey Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story by Dave Thompson Help from the archives of Jörg Planer Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:49:22
January 13, 2020
Bonus Episode #2 - Interview with Tony Flynn
In this episode Nate has a talk with Tony Flynn and discusses is career, time in the "New" Deep Purple.  He discusses his time working with Rod Evans, his work in music, and much more.
39:42
January 9, 2020
Episode #37 - The "New" Deep Purple
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #37 “The Bogus Deep Purple Special” January 6, 2020   Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Thanks to Our Patrons: $5 Tier Clay Wombacher Steve Seaborg (NameOnAnything.com, Alltheworldsastage.net) $3 Tier Peter Gardow Ian Desrosiers $1 Tier Ells Murders Spacey Noodles Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast: Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Show Updates: Comments from social media. Formation: Personnel: Rod Evans Tony Flynn Tom de Rivera Dick Jurgens III Geoff Emery The New Steppenwolf:   Formation:   Concert Audio: Smoke on the Water live in Mexico City   Tour Schedule:   Example Setlist From 21 June, 1980 show in San Bernadino California: (source:   http://www.dpac.at/Bogus_Deep_Purple_1980.html) In The Media: The New Deep Purple Album Featured the track list: Tracks the New Deep Purple band recorded in the summer of 1980 at L.A.'s Village Recording Studios had been: - Hush - All I Am Is Blue - Hold On Me - Blood Blister - Brum Doogie The Law Catches Up With Them What Deep Purple’s Former Members Had To Say Where are they now? In The News . . . Steve Vai: Whitesnake's Slip Of The Tongue was "the first rock record that has a seven-string guitar  throughout the whole thing" Ian Gillan “Announces” New Deep Purple Album on Facebook This Week in Purple History . . . January 6 through January 12 January 12, 1987 - The House of Blue Light is released January 7, 1975 - Stormbringer is certified gold in the US having been released the previous November January 10, 2013 - Claude Nobs dies Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:52:33
January 6, 2020
Episode #36 - Coverdale Tweets! (Part 1)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #36 “Coverdale Tweets! (Part 1)” December 30, 2019   Coverdale Tweets! The Year in Review Listener demographic Most listened to episode Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:38:20
December 30, 2019
Episode #035 - The Deep Purple Christmas Special 2019
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #35 “The Deep Purple Christmas Special 2019” December 23, 2019     The Christmas Program: Throw another log on the fire. Glenn Hughes’s 2008 Christmas Message Time for some Christmas cheer - Glühwein Blackmore’s Night - We Three Kings (Live at Minstrel Hall) Blackmore’s Night “Winter Carols” Ads David Coverdale - Chestnuts Deep Purple Holiday Ads from BRAVO (courtesy of Jorg Planer) Jon Lord  & Frida’s Christmas Experiment Featuring Frida from ABBA Pretty Maids (with Ian Gillan) - A Merry Jingle 1990 guest spot with Swedish band Pretty Maids off their EP “In Santa’s Claws.” Over the years Graham Bonnet, Ian Paice, and Roger Glover have guested on their recordings. Are those sleigh bells? Melody Maker Ad for Purple Records from December 18, 1971 - two months after Purple Records launched: Page 1 features the first four albums being released by Purple records (Drop in the Ocean, Curtiss  Maldoon, Gemini Suite, and Pick Up a Bone. Also Merry Christmas from Yvonne Elliman, Al Shaw, Rupert  Hine, Jon Lord, Clive Maldoon, Johnny Gustafson, Roger Glover, John Cann, Buddy Bohn, Tony Ashton, Paul  Hammon, David MacIver, Dave Curtiss, Ian Paice, and Purple Records. Second page features the band with a mountain range in the background (possibly taken in Geneva while  the band was recording “Machine Head.”) Energy - Miss Christmas Time for some more Christmas cheer - winter warmer beer David Coverdale - Zat You Santa Claus? We Wish You a Metal Xmas - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen Featuring Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi, Rudy Sarzo, Simon Wright Whitesnake Christmas Greetings over the years Reindeer in the Dark (parody of “Rainbow in the Dark”) Chris Rush - vocals, Sergio Ortega - guitars, Brian Hunsaker & Brian Laws - lyrics, Mixed and mastered by Brian "Singe" Hunsaker, Video by Brian Laws, Completed December 16th, 2011 As heard on KISW 99.9 Seattle David Coverdale - Whitesnake Christmas Sail Away For Christmas Glenn Hughes - Soulful Christmas Time for some even more Christmas cheer - Egg Nog with Brandy and nutmeg David Coverdale - The Night Before Christmas Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:31:13
December 23, 2019
Episode #34 - David Coverdale - White Snake
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #34 “David Coverdale - White Snake” December 16, 2019   Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Thanks to Our Patrons: $5 Tier Clay Wombacher Steve Seaborg (NameOnAnything.com, Alltheworldsastage.net) $3 Tier Peter Gardow Ian Desrosiers $1 Tier Ells Murders Spacey Noodles Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast: Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Show Updates: Comments from social media. Slowed Down Chipmunks inspired Hazemaze? Jorg Planer sends us King Kurlee Feat. Blackmore Jr. ?-- Smoke On The Water (More Black Mix) (1991) Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review Personnel: David Coverdale - lead vocal, piano, percussion Micky Moody [wiki, discogs] - guitar, percussion, backing vocals Tim Hinkley [wiki, discogs] - organ, percussion, vocals Ron Aspery [wiki, discogs] - saxophone, flute DeLisle Harper [wiki, discogs] - bass, percussion, vocal Roger Glover - bass, melodica, synth, percussion, vocals Simon Philips [wiki, discogs] - drums, percussion Liza Strike - backing vocals Helen Chappelle - backing vocals Barry St. John - backing vocals All three backup singers covered in Episode #29.   Additional Personnel Credits:   Credits:   Album Tracks: Lady (Coverdale, Moody) Blindman (Coverdale) Goldies Place (Coverdale) Whitesnake (Coverdale, Moody) Time on My Side (Coverdale, Moody) Peace Lovin’ Man (Coverdale) Sunny Days (Coverdale) Hole in the Sky (Coverdale) Celebration (Coverdale, Moody) Reception and Review In The News . . . This Week in Purple History . . . December 16 through December 22 December 19, 1947 - Jimmy Bain is born December 21, 1971 - Deep Purple concludes recording of Machine Head December 17, 1989 - David Coverdale marries Tawny Kitaen - they divorce in 1991 For Further Information: Sail Away: Whitesnake's Fantastic Voyage by Martin Popoff Purple Records 1971-1978 by Neil Priddey Help from the archives of Jörg Planer Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:03:52
December 16, 2019
Bonus Episode #1 - Interview with Martyn Ford
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Bonus Episode #1 “Interview with Martyn Ford” December 12, 2019 Visit DeepPurplePodcast.com for more information. In this special bonus epiosde Nate interviews Martyn Ford.  Martyn is a conductor, arranger, and  musician who has worked with The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, The Grateful Dead, Toto, Nazareth,  Phil Collins, Bad Company, Elf, Elton John, and many more. In this discussion we talk about: The Butterfly Ball Martyn’s beginnings in the industry Eddie Hardin Playing at The Royal Albert Hall His album Smoovin’ His professional relationship and friendship with John Gustafson Jesus Christ Superstar Working with Yvonne Elliman Paul McCartney’s “Live and Let Die” Vision 2020 Fifi Rong Mo Foster and a lot more! Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
55:01
December 12, 2019
Episode # 33 - Paice Ashton Lord - Malice in Wonderland
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #33 “Paice Ashton Lord - Malice in Wonderland” December 9, 2019   Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Comments from social media. Hazemaze released their new album the week of November 18. Thanks to Our Patrons: $5 Tier Clay Wombacher Steve Seaborg (NameOnAnything.com, Alltheworldsastage.net) $3 Tier Peter Gardow Ian Desrosiers $1 Tier Ells Murders Spacey Noodles Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast: Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review Personnel: Ian Paice - drums, percussion Tony Ashton - vocals, keyboards Jon Lord - keyboards, synthesizer Paul Martinez [wiki, discogs] - bass Accomplished session musician and songwriter Played with Bernard Purdie, Robert Plant, Cat Stevens, George Harrison, Peter Gabriel, and more. Bernie Marsden [wiki, discogs] - guitar, backing vocals Additional Credits:   Martin Birch - engineer Recorded between 20th September & 30th September 1976   Album Tracks: Ghost Story (Ian Paice, Tony Ashton, Jon Lord) Remember the Good Times (Ian Paice, Tony Ashton, Jon Lord, Bernie Marsden, Paul Martinez) * Arabella (Oh Tell Me) (Tony Ashton) Silas & Jerome (Ian Paice, Tony Ashton, Jon Lord) Dance With Me Baby (Ian Paice, Tony Ashton, Jon Lord) On the Road Again, Again (Ian Paice, Tony Ashton, Jon Lord, Bernie Marsden) * Sneaky Private Lee (Ian Paice, Tony Ashton, Jon Lord, Bernie Marsden) * I’m Gonna Stop Drinking (Ian Paice, Tony Ashton, Jon Lord) Malice in Wonderland (Ian Paice, Tony Ashton, Jon Lord) Reception and Review In The News . . . Dance With The Devil - The Cozy Powell Story by Laura Shenton coming out in March of 2020 Graham Bonnet and Joe Satriani to be inducted into the Heavy Metal Hall of Fame in January. This Week in Purple History . . . December 9 through December 15 December 11, 1968 - The Book of Taliesyn is released in the US - it won’t be released in the UK until  July of 1969 December 9, 1973 - Deep Purple Mk3 plays their first gig in Copenhagen, Denmark December 13, 1984 - George Harrison joins Deep Purple on stage and introduces himself as “Arnold  Grove.” Deep Purple Deep Track of the Week: N/A   Book and/or Documentary Reviews:  For future episodes. For Further Information: Paice Ashton Lord liner notes by Chris Welch Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:52:18
December 9, 2019
Episode #32 - Tommy Bolin - Teaser
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #32 “Tommy Bolin - Teaser” December 2, 2019   Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Comments from social media. Thanks to Our Patrons: $5 Tier Clay Wombacher Steve Seaborg (NameOnAnything.com, Alltheworldsastage.net) $3 Tier Peter Gardow Ian Desrosiers $1 Tier Ells Murders Spacey Noodles Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast: Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review The Album Personnel: Tommy Bolin  Glenn Hughes  Stanley Sheldon  Paul Stallworth  Dave Foster  Jan Hammer  Ron Fransen  David Sanborn  Jeff Porcaro  Prairie Prince  Michael Walden  Bobbie Berge  Phil Collins  Sammy Figueroa  Rafael Cruz Dave Brown Lee Kiefer  Johnnie Bolin The Sniffettes  The Grind (Bolin, Jeff Cook, Stanley Sheldon, John Tesar) Homeward Strut (Bolin) Dreamer (Jeff Cook) Savannah Woman (Bolin, Jeff Cook) Teaser (Bolin, Jeff Cook) People, People (Bolin) Marching Powder (Bolin) Wild Dogs (Bolin, John Tesar) Lotus (Bolin, John Tesar) Reception and Review Tommy Bolin is proud of the album and lists Wild Dogs as his favorite song. This Week in Purple History . . . December 2 through December 8 December 4, 1971 - The Montreux Casino burns down December 8, 1972 - Ian Gillan writes his famous letter to Tony Edwards that he is leaving Deep Purple  at the end of the tour the following June December 4, 1976 - Tommy Bolin Dies Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:39:25
December 2, 2019
Episode #31 - Roger Glover and Guests - The Butterfly Ball (Part 4: The Movie)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #31 “The Butterfly Ball (Part 4 - The Movie)” November 25, 2019   Show Updates: Comments from social media. Thanks to Our Patrons: $5 Tier Clay Wombacher Steve Seaborg (NameOnAnything.com, Alltheworldsastage.net) $3 Tier Peter Gardow New Patron Alert! . . . Ian Desrosiers $1 Tier Ells Murders Spacey Noodles Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast: Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review The Movie Dreams of Sir Bedivere Featuring Vincent Price Dawn Featuring Vincent Price Get Ready Featuring Glenn Hughes Saffron Dormouse and Lizzy Bee Featuring Helen Chappelle and Barry St. John Together Again Featuring Tony Ashton Old Bilnd Mole Featuring Earl Jordan [wiki, discogs] Originally sung by John Goodison Was part of the Les Humphries Singers Was on the Green Bullfrog album Worked with Lucifer’s Friend Magician Moth Featuring Vincent Price Watch Out For The Bat Featuring John Gustafson Aranea Featuring Judi Kuhl Sir Maximus Mouse Featuring Eddie Hardin Behind the Smile Featuring David Coverdale Little Chalk Blue Featuring John Lawton Waiting Featuring Al Matthews [wiki, discogs] Originally sung by Jimmy Helms American actor and musician Known for his role as Gunnery Sergeant Apone in the movie Aliens Was also in Superman III and The Fifth Element Sitting in a Dream Featuring Ian Gillan Originally sung by Ronnie James Dio Gillan’s first time on stage since leaving Deep Purple two years earlier No Solution Featuring Mickey Lee Soule The Feast Featuring Vincent Price Love Is All Featuring John Lawton Originally sung by Ronnie James Dio Homeward Featuring Twiggy Originally sung by Ronnie James Dio Love Is All (Encore) Featuring the group Reception and Review In The News . . . Glenn Hughes is in the studio right now recording with The Dead Daisies.  You can see what they’re up  to by reading their recording diary on their website here: Recording Chapter One This Week in Purple History . . . November 25 through December 1 November 30, 1945 - Roger Glover is born November 27, 1984 - Deep Purple plays their first reunion show in Perth, Australia November 28, 1981 - Don Airey quits Rainbow Thanksgiving Thoughts: Thinking of how fortunate we are this year. Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:23:01
November 25, 2019
Episode #30 - Roger Glover and Guests - The Butterfly Ball (Part 3: The Album)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #30 “The Butterfly Ball (Part 3 - The Album)” November 18, 2019   Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Comments from social media. Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (NameOnAnything.com, Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Ells Murders - $1 tier Spacey Noodles - $1 tier Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast: Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review The Album Dawn Get Ready Saffron Dormouse & Lizzie Bee Harlequin Hare Old Bind Mole Magician Moth No Solution Behind the Smile Fly Away Aranea Sitting in a Dream Waiting Sir Maximus Mouse Dreams of Sir Bedivere Together Again Watch Out For The Bat Little Chalk Blue The Feast Love is All Homeward Reception and Review In The News . . . This Week in Purple History . . . November 18 through November 24 For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Child in Time by Ian Gillan Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:30:50
November 18, 2019
Episode #29 - Roger Glover and Guests - The Butterfly Ball (Part 2: The Singers)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #29 “The Butterfly Ball (Part 2 - The Singers)” November 11, 2019 Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates:     Comments from social media. Thanks to Our Patrons:     Clay Wombacher - $5 tier     Steve Seaborg (NameOnAnything.com, Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier     Peter Gardow - $3 tier     Ells Murders - $1 tier     Spacey Noodles - $1 tier Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network:     Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast     The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd     Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast:     Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Notes From The Field:     John reviews his time in Miami.     Thunder Mother The Singers:     Glenn Hughes     Helen Chapelle     Barry St. John     Neil Lancaster     John Goodison     Micky Lee Soule     David Coverdale     Liza Strike     Judi Kuhl     Joann Williams     Kay Garner     Ronnie James Dio     Jimmy Helms     Eddie Hardin     Tony Ashton      John Gustafson     John Lawton In The News . . . This Week in Purple History . . . November 11 through November 17     November 16, 1974 - Stormbringer is released     November 17, 1975 - Tommy Bolin’s Teaser is released     November 11, 2010 - Tony Edwards dies For Further Information:     Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom     Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story     The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom     Child in Time by Ian Gillan     Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey Listener Mail/Comments     Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an  email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:23:08
November 11, 2019
Episode #28 - Roger Glover and Guests - The Butterfly Ball (Part 1: The Musicians)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #28 “The Butterfly Ball (Part 1 - The Musicians)” November 4, 2019   Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (NameOnAnything.com, Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Ells Murders - $1 tier Spacey Noodles - $1 tier Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast: Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Show Updates: Comments from social media. Listener Steve emails with some recollections after attending both shows of the Concerto ‘99  performance at the Royal Albert Hall. Mark 1 listener poll - songs moving to the next round: Nate guests on Paul or Nothing podcast Notes From The Field: Nate reviews Deep Purple show on October 18, 2019 at the Rosemont Theater in Rosemont, IL. Unfortunate issue with meet and greet Origins of The Butterfly Ball: Original Poem was by William Roscoe written in 1802. Alan Aldridge: Roger Glover: Musicians: Les Binks Michael Giles Ray Fenwick Eddie Hardin Eddie Jobson Chris Karan Mike Moran Ann Odell Robin Thompson Nigel Watson The Mountain Fjord Orchestra Jon Bell Del Newman In The News . . . Review: Goodbye? Say it ain’t so, Deep Purple Review of Mohegan Sun show on October 9, 2019 that John attended. Deep Purple trek celebrates band’s legacy with an eye to the future Interview with Roger Glover This Week in Purple History . . . November 4 through November 10 November 10, 1940 - Screaming Lord Sutch is born November 10, 1971 - Ray Fenwick releases “Keep America Beautiful, Get a Haircut November 8, 1975 - Tommy Bolin’s first show with Deep Purple in Honolulu For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Child in Time by Ian Gillan Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey https://www.pressreader.com/uk/classic-rock/20180529/283089889813325 https://www.goldminemag.com/blogs/spin-cycle-blogs/review-butterfly-ball-grasshoppers-feast http://streamline.filmstruck.com/2010/02/06/the-butterfly-ball-attend-if-you-dare/ https://www.rogerglover.com/writings/messages-from-roger-glover/the-dvd-release-of-the-butterfly-ball- concert/ Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:19:05
November 4, 2019
Episode #27 - Glenn Hughes - Play Me Out
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #27 “Glenn Hughes - Play Me Out” October 28, 2019    Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Ells Murders - $1 tier Spacey Noodles - $1 tier Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast: Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Show Updates: Comments from social media. Notes From The Field: John reviews Deep Purple show at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT on October 9, 2019. Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Lineup Glenn Hughes  Mel Galley Bob Bowman Pat Travers  Dave Holland Terry Rowley Robert Bailey Ron Asprey Henry Lowther Mark Nauseef Liza Strike Joy Wright Helen Chappelle Graham Prescott Engineer – Brad Davis Jon Walls Recorded By [Assistant At Island] – Barry Sage Album Art & Booklet Review Album Details and Analysis: I Got It Covered Space High It’s About Time L.A. Cut Off Well Soulution Your Love Is Like a Fire Destiny I Found a Woman Album Review & Reception In The News . . . Deep Purple pays tribute to Ginger Baker with ‘Sunshine of Your Love’  Martin Popoff’s new book Sensitive to Light: The Rainbow Story Steve Morse Recalls His Worst Moment With Fans After Joining Deep Purple This Week in Purple History . . . October 28 through November 3 November 3, 1945 - Nick Simper is born October 29, 1984 - Deep Purple releases “Perfect Strangers” October 30, 1993 - Ritchie announced his resignation from Deep Purple For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Glenn Hughes The Autobiography: From Deep Purple to Black Country Communion by Glenn Hughes Purple Records 1971-1978 by Neil Priddey    Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:04:26
October 28, 2019
Episode #26 - Rainbow - Ritchie Blackmore's R-A-I-N-B-O-W
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #26 “Rainbow - Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow” October 21, 2019    Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm,  Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Ells Murders - $1 tier Spacey Noodles - $1 tier Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Show Updates: Comments from social media. John is now on Twitter!  Follow him: @jhurr1cane David Coverdale responds back with his thoughts on Billy Cobham’s “Spectrum” album. https://twitter.com/DeepPurplePod/status/1179024304136167424 Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Lineup Ritchie Blackmore: guitar Ronnie James Dio: vocals Mickey Lee Soule: keyboards Craig Gruber: bass Gary Driscoll: drums Album Art & Booklet Review Album Details and Analysis: Recorded at Musicland Studios in Munich. Produced by Martin Birch, Ritchie Blackmore, and Ronnie Jame Dio. Man on the Silver Mountain (Blackmore, Dio) Self Portrait (Blackmore, Dio) Black Sheep of the Family (Hammond) Catch The Rainbow (Blackmore, Dio) Snake Charmer (Blackmore, Dio) Temple of the King (Blackmore, Dio) If You Don’t Like Rock ‘n’ Roll (Blackmore, Dio) Sixteenth Century Greensleeves (Blackmore, Dio) Still I’m Sad (Samwell-Smith, McCarty) Album Review & Reception This Week in Purple History . . . October 21 through October 27 October 21, 1921 - Sir Malcom Henry Arnold is born October 24, 1971 - Roger Glover sings lead vocals after Ian Gillan comes down with hepatitis October 26, 1978 - Whitesnke begins their first ever tour of the UK For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom   Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:48:27
October 21, 2019
Episode #25 - Ian Gillan - Cherkazoo and Other Stories (Part 2)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #25 “Ian Gillan - Cherkazoo and Other Stories (Part 2)” October 14, 2019    Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Ells Murders - $1 tier Spacey Noodles - $1 tier Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Show Updates: Comments from social media. Upcoming Deep Purple Shows Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Lineup Parts of this are demos he was working on with Dave Wintour (worked with Rick Wakeman) on bass, Andy Steele (Peter Frampton) on drums, and Bernie Holland on guitar. Trying To Get To You (Singleton/McCoy) Ain’t That Loving You Baby (Reed) Driving Me Wild (Fast Take) (Gillan) Music in My Head (Gillan) You Make Me Feel So Good (Gillan/Holland/Moran/Steele/Wintour) She Called Me Softly (Gillan) Driving Me Wild (Take Three) (Gillan) You Led My Heart Astray (Gillan) A Little Share of Plenty (Gillan) Night and Day (Gillan/Holland/Moran/Steele/Wintour) Extro - Hogwash backing vocal track In The News . . . John will be attending the October 9, 2019 Deep Purple show at the Mohegan Sun in CT. Nate will be attending the October 18, 2019 Deep Purple show at the Rosemont Theater in Rosemont, IL.   When was he asked? The Ultimate Guitar has quotes from an interview with Michael Schenker, in which he explains why he refused to join Deep Purple... Interview: Glenn Hughes of THE DEAD DAISIES This Week in Purple History . . . October 14 through October 20 October 16, 1968 - Deep Purple play their first US show opening for Cream for their farewell tour Video from show on October 18 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpmqIQlB4Lc October 16, 1975 - The Butterfly Ball is performed live at the Royal Albert Hall For Further Information: Simon Robinson’s Liner Notes from Ian Gillan - Cherkazoo and Other Stories Child in Time by Ian Gillan Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story   Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:57:18
October 14, 2019
Episode #24 - Ian Gillan - Cherkazoo and Other Stories (Part 1)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #24 “Ian Gillan - Cherkazoo and Other Stories (Part 1)” October 7, 2019    Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm,  Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Ells Murders - $1 tier Spacey Noodles - $1 tier Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Show Updates: Comments from social media. Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Lineup Ian Gillan Pete York (possibly) - drums Roger Glover - guitar, bass Jon Lord - piano Marc Bolan of T. Rex (unconfirmed) - guitar Engineer - Martin Birch Intro Cherkazoo (Gillan/Glover) Monster in Paradise (Gillan/Glover/Gustafson) The Bull of Birantis (Gilan/Glover) Intro Hogwash (Gillan/Glover) Driving Me Wild Donkey Ride Dream (Gillan/Glover) Album Review & Reception In The News . . . Jon Lord – Windows vinyl reissue: a closer look This Week in Purple History . . . October 7 through October 13 October 10, 1975 - Come Taste The Band is released October 7, 1977 - Ian Gillan Band releases Scarabus October 8, 2001 - Joe Lynn Turner releases Slam For Further Information: Simon Robinson’s Liner Notes from Ian Gillan - Cherkazoo and Other Stories Child in Time by Ian Gillan   Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:26:35
October 7, 2019
Episode #23 - Captain Beyond - Captain Beyond
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #23 “Captain Beyond - Captain Beyond” September 30, 2019    Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Ells Murders - $1 tier Spacey Noodles - $1 tier Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Show Updates: Comments from social media. Thanks to Jonatan Hedlin on Facebook who provided this interview clip which explains Martin Birch’s nickname as “The Farmer.”  https://youtu.be/nV6Cc9HjlXI?t=480 Comment on the Stormbringer episode on our website from Paris Here at Foot Fetish Lovers you’ll discover many of user profiles of women who like to brag their cute feet and cute toes. whether donning hot stiletto heels or going barefoot, our members love to transfer pictures that may satisfy any foot deviant. Some relish having their feet and toes tickled, licked, and sucked, or need to satisfy a man mistreatment their feet alone! marsha may foot fetish and sakura foot worship Bernie Marsden - The Postman - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnPxwtbOYnM Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Lineup Rod Evans – lead vocals Larry "Rhino" Reinhardt – guitars Started with The Thunderbeats Played with Iron Butterfly Passed away in 2012 Lee Dorman – bass guitar, backing vocals, piano Bass player in Iron Butterfly Passed away in December of 2012 Bobby Caldwell – drums, all percussion instruments (including bells and vibraphone), backing vocals, piano Played with Johnny Winter and Rick Derringer Also played with John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and Eric Clapton Still actively playing and living in Florida They previously played with a keyboardist, Lewie Gold, but he left before they recorded the first album. Album Art & Booklet Review Album Details and Analysis: Side One: Dancing Madly Backwards (on a Sea of Air) Armworth Myopic Void Mesmerization Eclipse Raging River of Fear Side Two: Thousand Days of Yesterdays (Intro) Frozen Over Thousand Days of Yesterdays (Time Since Come and Gone) I Can’t Feel Nothin’ (Part 1) As The Moon Speas (to the Waves of the Sea) Astral Lady As The Moon Speaks (Return) I Can’t Feel Nothin’ (Part 2) Album Review & Reception In The News . . . Heavy metal and classical music have more in common than you think This Week in Purple History . . . September 30 through October 6 October 1, 1973 - Billy Cobham’s “Spectrum” is released October 5, 1990 - Deep Purple’s “Slaves and Masters” is released October 4, 1999 - Paul McCartney releases “Run Devil Run” featuring Ian Paice For Further Information: https://archive.li/20010502182733/http://tinpan.fortunecity.com/aprilskies/65/hi.htm?nocache=916049916 https://web.archive.org/web/20110225032734/http://rockchoice.com/interview-bobby-caldwell/ https://www.officialcaptainbeyond.com https://www.loudersound.com/features/the-story-of-captain-beyond-stoner-rock-pioneers   Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:45:11
September 30, 2019
Episode #22 - Warhorse - Warhorse
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #22 “Warhorse - Warhorse” September 23, 2019    Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Ells Murders - $1 tier Show Updates: Comments from social media. Apple Podcasts Reviews! Lo Axelsson on YouTube: Ritchie fixing a TV. Jim Massa on YouTube: Album Titles That Disagree Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Lineup Ashley Holt - vocals Ged Peck - guitar Mac Poole - drums Nick Simper - bass Frank Wilson - keyboards Album Art Album Details and Analysis: Vulture Blood No Chance Burning St. Louis Cover of a song by Easybeats; written by George Young and Harry Vanda. Ritual Solitude Woman of the Devil Album Review & Reception Album was re-released in 1984 as “Vulture Blood.” This Week in Purple History . . . September 23 through September 29 September 24, 1969 - Deep Purple performs the Concerto for Group and Orchestra live for the first time. September 26, 1990 - David Coverdale quits Whitesnake! September 25, 1999 - Deep Purple performs the Concerto for Group and Orchestra for the first time since  1970. For Further Information: http://www.deep-purple.net/tree/warhorse.htm     Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:03:17
September 23, 2019
Episode #21 - The End & Mark 1-4 Wrap Up
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #21 “The End, The Breakup, and the Death of Tommy Bolin” September 16, 2019    Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm,  Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Comments from social media. Trinkelbonker (Michael Eriksson) interview with Dan McCafferty of Nazareth from 1989: DRUGS (TOMMY BOLIN/JIMI HENDRIX) Sleepfan on YouTube points out that “Sunset Ride” was NOT a Tommy Bolin album! Bolin writing credits on James Gang’s “Bang” album - accidentally credited him as having writing  credits on four tracks when actually he wrote/co-wrote eight tracks. Jim Massa on YouTube Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier The End of Mark 4 & the Death of Tommy Bolin Review of unreleased Mk 3 & Mk 4 materia. Coronarias Redig Highball Shooter (Instrumental) Same in L.A. Bolin/Paice Jam Mark 1-4 Wrap Up Listener Questions: In The News . . . Glenn Hughes replaces John Corabi and Marco Mendoza in The Dead Daisies Glenn Hughes Interview @ Stonedeaf Festival 2019 This Week in Purple History . . . September 16 through September 22 September 22, 1951 - David Coverdale is born September 22, 1977 - Ian Gillan Band record “Live at the Budokan” September 19, 2002 - Jon Lord’s last show with Deep Purple For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey Glenn Hughes The Autobiography: From Deep Purple to Black Country Communion by Glenn Hughes Sail Away: Whitesnake's Fantastic Voyage by Martin Popoff Touched by Magic: The Tommy Bolin Story by Greg Prato   Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:50:21
September 16, 2019
Episode #20 - Come Taste The Band
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #20 “Come Taste The Band” September 9, 2019    Show Updates: Comments from social media. Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Ells Murders - $1 tier Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review Album Details and Analysis: Coming Home (Coverdale, Paice, Bolin) Lady Luck (Cook, Coverdale) Getting Tighter (Bolin, Hughes) Dealer (Bolin, Coverdale) I Need Love (Bolin, Coverdale) Drifter (Bolin, Coverdale) Love Child (Bolin, Coverdale) This Time Around/Owed to “G” (Hughes, Lord, Bolin) You Keep on Moving (Coverdale, Hughes) Reception and Review In The News . . . Glenn Hughes Cancels South American Tour Flying Colors’ New Album “Third Degree” release date announced for October 4th This Week in Purple History . . . September 9 through September 15 9/11/1989 - Ian Gillan joins Black Sabbath on stage and performs Smoke on the Water as an encore 9/9/2003 - Deep Purple release Bananas 9/12/2014 - John Gustafson dies Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:56:37
September 9, 2019
Episode #19 - Before They Were Purple (Part 4 - Tommy Bolin)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #19 “Before They Were Purple (Part 4 - Tommy Bolin)” September 2, 2019    Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm,  Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Comments from social media. Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Background: Zephyr ZEPHYR featuring Tommy Bolin ‘St James Infirmary’ – Barry Richards Show Bass, Backing Vocals – David Givens Drums, Backing Vocals – Robbie Chamberlain* Guitar, Backing Vocals – Tommy Bolin Lead Vocals, Harmonica – Candy Givens Piano, Organ, Flute – John Faris Zephyr, Sunset Ride, Going Back to Colorado. Energy “Limits” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOinWtLXSo8 Bass – Stanley Sheldon Congas – Bobby LaKind (tracks: 1-7) Drums – Bobby Berge Guitar, Vocals – Tommy Bolin Keyboards – Tom Stephenson Vocals – Jeff Cook Billy Cobham - Spectrum James Gang - Wildfire Bass, Backing Vocals – Dale Peters Drums – Jim Fox (2) Guitar, Backing Vocals – Tommy Bolin Lead Vocals, Percussion – Roy Kenner Alphonse Mouzon - Mind Transplant Snow Bound Bass – Henry Davis Drums – Alphonse Mouzon Guitar – Tommy Bolin Organ [Hammond], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Jerry Peters Moxy Moon Rider (Earl Johnson, Buzz Shearman) Bass – Terry Juric Drums – Bill Wade Guitar – Tommy Bolin Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Earl Johnson (5) Rhythm Guitar – Buddy Caine (2) Vocals – Buzz Shearman In The News . . . Bernie Marsden's autobiography 'Where’s My Guitar?' gets full release in November This Week in Purple History . . . September 2 through September 8 9/5/1945 - Mick Underwood is born 9/4 & 9/6 1986 - Nobody’s Perfect Live Performances 9/3/2010 - Blackmore’s Night Releases Autumn Sky   For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Touched by Magic: The Tommy Bolin Story by Greg Prato Tommy Bolin The Ultimate Special from Music Link Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email  at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:16:42
September 2, 2019
Episode #18 - Stormbringer
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #18 “Stormbringer” August 26, 2019    Show Updates: Comments from social media. Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review Rundown of Album Art: Album Details and Analysis: Stormbringer (Blackmore, Coverdale) Love Don’t Mean a Thing (Blackmore, Coverdale, Hughes, Lord, Paice) Holy Man (Coverdale, Hughes, Lord) Hold On (Coverdale, Hughes, Lord, Paice) Lady Double Dealer (Blackmore, Coverdale) You Can’t Do It Right (With the One You Love) (Blackmore, Coverdale, Hughes) High Ball Shooter (Blackmore, Coverdale, Hughes, Lord, Paice) The Gypsy (Blackmore, Coverdale, Hughes, Lord, Paice) Soldier of Fortune (Blackmore, Coverdale) Reception and Review This Week in Purple History . . . August 26 through September 1 August 27, 1960 - Neil Murray is born August 30, 1950 - Micky Moody is born September 1, 1973 - Bang by James Gang is released August 27, 1978 - Gillan plays their first show at the Reading Festival For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey  Purple Records 1971-1978 by Neil Priddey Glenn Hughes The Autobiography: From Deep Purple to Black Country Communion by Glenn Hughes Sail Away: Whitesnake's Fantastic Voyage by Martin Popoff Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:14:23
August 26, 2019
Episode #17 - Burn
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #17 “Burn” August 19, 2019    Pre-Show Checklist: Show Updates: Comments from social media. Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg (Alltheworldsastage.net) - $5 tier Peter Gardow - $3 tier Notes From The Field: Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review Album Details and Analysis: All tracks by Blackmore, Coverdale, Hughes, Lord, Paice except where indicated. Burn Might Just Take Your Life Lay Down, Stay Down Sail Away (Blackmore, Coverdale) You Fool No One What’s Goin’ on Here Mistreated (Blackmore, Coverdale) 'A' 200 Reception and Review In The News . . . This Week in Purple History . . . August 19 through August 25 August 19, 1945 - Ian Gillan is born August 21, 1951 - Glenn Hughes is born August 25, 1970 - Concerto for Group and Orchestra was performed for the last time at the Hollywood Bowl For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey Glenn Hughes The Autobiography: From Deep Purple to Black Country Communion by Glenn Hughes Sail Away: Whitesnake's Fantastic Voyage by Martin Popoff Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:15:08
August 19, 2019
Episode #16 - Before They Were Purple (Part 3 - Hughes & Coverdale)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #16 “Before They Were Purple (Part 3 - Hughes/Coverdale)” August 12, 2019   Show Updates: Comments from social media. Thanks to Our Patrons: Clay Wombacher - $5 tier Steve Seaborg - $5 tier https://www.alltheworldsastage.net/ Peter Gardow - $3 tier Glenn Hughes: Acquiring Hughes: David Coverdale: Acquiring Coverdale: This Week in Purple History . . . August 12 through August 18 August 15, 1950 - Tommy Aldridge is Born August 15 & 16, 1972 - Made in Japan Live Performances August 16, 1980 - Cozy Powell’s last Rainbow gig For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey Glenn Hughes The Autobiography: From Deep Purple to Black Country Communion by Glenn Hughes Sail Away: Whitesnake's Fantastic Voyage by Martin Popoff Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:34:13
August 12, 2019
Episode #15 - Who Do We Think We Are (The End, Part 2)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #15 “Who Do We Think We Are - The End, Part 2” August 5, 2019    Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Comments from social media. Thanks to Terry Mathley - T-Bone’s Prime Cuts this past Saturday, July 27. Thanks to our Patrons: Clay Wombacher Steve Seaborg of alltheworldsastage.net Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review Album Details and Analysis: Woman From Tokyo (‘99 Remix) Woman From Tokyo (Alt. Bridge Version) Painted Horse (Studio Outtake Version) Our Lady (’99 Remix) Rat Bat Blue (Writing Session Version) Rat Bat Blue (‘99 Remix) First Day Jam (Instrumental Version) Reception and Review In The News . . . Ian Gillan Releases “Contractual Obligation” on July 26th.  Live video with the Don Airey Band. This Week in Purple History . . . August 5 through August 11 August 8, 1942 - John Gustafson is born August 8, 1980 - Gillan releases Glory road, their third album August 7, 2002 - Ian Paice releases instructional video “Not For The Pros” For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Child in Time by Ian Gillan Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey Deep Purple: The Illustrated Biography by Chris Charlesworth Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:24:03
August 5, 2019
Episode #14 - Who Do We Think We Are (The End, Part 1)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #14 “Who Do We Think We Are - The End, Part 1” July 29, 2019    Show Updates: Comments from social media. Now on Spotify!! Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review Album Details and Analysis: Woman From Tokyo Mary Long Super Trouper Smooth Dancer Rat Bat Blue Place in Line Our Lady Reception and Review In The News . . . Rick Wakeman remembers keyboard compatriot Jon Lord David Coverdale ‘Felt Presence’ of Jon Lord in Whitesnake Remix: Exclusive Interview This Week in Purple History . . . July 29 through August 4 August 1, 1951 - Tommy Bolin is Born August 2, 1951 - Joe Lynn Turner is born August 3, 1975 - Deep Purple begin recording Come Taste The Band August 1, 1977 - Captain Beyond release their third and final album “Dawn Explosion” without Rod Evans.  They tried to contact him but couldn’t find him. Willy Daffern replaced him.  Was in a band called “Hunger.” For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Child in Time by Ian Gillan Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:17:54
July 29, 2019
Episode #13 - Made in Japan
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #13 “Made in Japan” July 22, 2019  Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Comments from social media. Audio/Video issue on last episode - the one time there’s no copyright issues! Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review: Album Details and Analysis: Highway Star Child in Time Smoke on the Water The Mule Strange Kind of Woman Lazy Space Truckin’ Reception and Review This Week in Purple History . . . July 22 through July 28 July 25, 1969 - Hallelujah Single Released July 28, 1954 - Steve Morse is born July 26, 1974 - Windows is released July 28,1979 - Rainbow’s Down to Earth July 22, 2015 - Eddie Hardin Dies For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Child in Time by Ian Gillan Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:02:48
July 22, 2019
Episode #12 - Machine Head
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #12 “Machine Head” July 15, 2019    Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Comments from social media. Tbone’s Prime Cuts -  Skynyrd Reconsydyrd - “Don’t Ask Me No Questions” Sabbath Bloody Podcast - TYR, Dio 2 YouTube woes Ian Desrosiers on Twitter explains similarities between “Rockstar” by Warpig and Deep Purple’s song  “Fireball.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJVSymN0yqM Notes that there are hints of “Speed King” and “Hard Lovin’ Man” in this song. Some speculate DP was playing this live and that Warpig stole it from them. DP don’t exactly have a clean track record to support this. Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art & Booklet Review Album Details and Analysis: Highway Star Maybe I’m a Leo Pictures of Home Never Before Smoke on the Water Lazy Space Truckin’ When a Blind Man Cries Reception and Review This Week in Purple History . . . July 15 through July 21 July 15, 1956 - Joe Satriani is born July 16, 2012 - Jon Lord Dies July 17, 1968 - The album that started it all, “Shades of Deep Purple,” is released For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Child in Time by Ian Gillan Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:10:27
July 15, 2019
Episode #11 - Fireball (25th Anniversary Edition)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #11 “Fireball (25th Anniversary Edition)” July 8, 2019    Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Comments from social media. Ian Paice’s “Boy Howdy!” picture from In Rock (25th) episode: https://www.hometownlife.com/story/life/food/2016/06/17/boy-howdy-craft-beers-take-cue-creem- magazine/86036674/ Thanks to the great Mike Healy for clearing that up. Alphabetallica podcast Album Art & Booklet Review Strange Kind of Woman I’m Alone (B-Side) Freedom Slow Train Demon’s Eye (Remix) The Noise Abatement Society Tapes Fireball (Take 1 Instrumental) Backwards Piano No One Came (Remix) In The News . . . Review of Ian Paice’s performance with the Buddy Rich Band https://decibelreport.com/live-reviews/ian-paice-with-cathy-rich-and-the-buddy-rich-band-live-at-ronnie- scotts-london Absolutely no photo/video allowed. Hoping for a live recording. Ian Gillan and other celebrities in attendance The Artwoods “Art’s Gallery” compilation being released. http://www.topsoundsrecords.co.uk/arts_gallery.html Compiled from three live BBC sessions. http://www.topsoundsrecords.co.uk/ordering.html Ian Gillan helps fund a local theater’s website https://www.bridportnews.co.uk/leisure/stage/17733321.deep-purple-singer-ian-gillan-lends-a-helping-click/ Gabby Rabbitts, director of the Marine Theatre, said: "Our old website had run its course and we were  finding it difficult to communicate with our audience and the community. The new website is responsive,  user friendly, and people can become members. We are very grateful to Ian Gillan for funding this  important project and we hope that everyone enjoys using the new site." Ian said: "I am delighted to support the Marine Theatre in its anniversary year; it does a fantastic job  at bringing in names in to the town, while celebrating local performers. This new website is helping to  communicate their important work to the community." This Week in Purple History . . . July 8 through July 14 July 10 1942 Ronnie James Dio Born July 10, 1969 Gover/Gillan’s first show at the Speakeasy July 9, 1970 Fireball was released July 14, 1973 Roger Glover quits deep purple July 9, 2006 John Coletta dies in Spain Deep Purple Deep Track of the Week: Johnny Gustafson https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Gustafson_(musician) http://musiciansolympus.blogspot.com/2014/09/johngustafson-bass.html Make Me Your Number One (December of 1965 B-side to single “Take me for a little while” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYYn8LS5myA No information on backup musicians   Listener Mail/Comments: Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter
1:34:10
July 8, 2019
Episode #10 - Fireball
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #10 “Fireball” July 1, 2019    Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Details and Analysis: Fireball No No No Demon’s Eye Anyone’s Daughter The Mule Fools No One Came Reception and Review This Week in Purple History . . . July 1 through July 7 July 4, 1969 - Mk I plays their last show at the Top Bank Ballroom in Cardiff, Wales July 1, 1975 - Ian Gillan Band Forms July 2, 1993 - The Battle Rages On released Deep Purple Deep Track of the Week: Spencer Davis Group https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Spencer_Davis_Group Steve Winwood was a founding member of the band Muff Windwood, Steve’s brother, also in the band Catch You On The Rebop off of 1973 Album “Gluggo” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=speJqQ5Ozhs Lineup Pete York (Jon Lord on Windows) Spencer Davis Eddie Hardin Ray Fenwick (Ian Gillan Band, Fancy, Windows) Charlie McCracken   For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Child in Time by Ian Gillan Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:50:59
July 1, 2019
Episode #9 - In rock (25th Anniversary Edition)
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #9 “In Rock (25th Anniversary Edition)” June 24, 2019    Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Audio problems with “In Rock” episode. Jim Massa YouTube comment. Perro666 shares story of Concerto and meeting Ian Gillan. Chris Schild shares vintage Tommy Bolin articles. @CoolOldSwag - original 1984 Deep Purple Promo Poster for Mk II reunion/Perfect Strangers LP Notes From The Field: Ronnie James Dio Hologram show review! Album Art & Booklet: Album Details and Analysis: Black Night (Original Single Version) Studio Chat 1 Speed King (Piano Version) Studio Chat 2 Cry Free (Roger Glover Remix) Studio Chat 3 Jam Stew (Unreleased Instrumental) Studio Chat 4 Flight of the Rat (Roger Glover Remix) Studio Chat 5 Speed King (Roger Glover Remix) Studio Chat 6 Black Night (Unedited Roger Glover Remix) Reception and Review Great review by Mike Ladano on his website mikeladano.com. In The News . . . Ritchie Blackmore: A Life in Vision Being released Sept 12, 2019 Many other books by this publisher: https://www.wymeruk.co.uk/webshop/books/rock/deep-purple/ Vintage interview with Roger Glover and Steve Morse form 2002 https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=779&v=j7L6GdrJGJI Great concert footage, last shows with Jon Lord They were on tour with Dio and Scorpions This Week in Purple History . . . June 24 through June 30 June 28, 1982 - Jon Lord releases “Before I Forget” album June 29, 1948 - Ian Paice was born June 29, 1973 - Ian Gillan and Roger Glover play last show with Deep Purple Deep Purple Deep Track of the Week: Family https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_(band) It’s Only A Movie (1974) from album of the same name https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54HJZ1Xm_6k Lineup Roger Chapman - lead vocals John "Charlie" Whitney - guitar, banjo Tony Ashton - keyboards, backing vocals Jim Cregan - bass  (also with Rod Stewart) Rob Townsend - drums, percussion    For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Child in Time by Ian Gillan Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey https://mikeladano.com/2017/04/06/review-deep-purple-in-rock-anniversarry-edition/ Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:15:07
June 24, 2019
Episode #8 - In Rock
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #8 “In Rock” June 17, 2019   Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker,  PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Now available on Stitcher! The latest from Twitter. Chris Schild’s Tommy Bolin letters Michael Eriksson mentions us on his blog: https://trinkelbonker.wordpress.com/ Publisher of Deep Purple Forever magazine We did not mention Quatermass last week!! :-( Patrons: New Patron: Clay Wombacher, joining us at the $5 monthly tier.  Thank you so much, Clay! Lead Up To Album & Writing: Album Art: Album Details and Analysis: Speed King Bloodsucker Child In Time Flight of the Rat Into the Fire Living Wreck Hard Lovin’ Man Reception and Review In The News . . . Tony Iommi and Ian Gillan were guests in the Armenian Capital of Yeveran where they were recognized for  their fundraising efforts. Deep Purple have seen very little of the £1.2 billion record sales they’ve made over the past 50 years From the Mirror This Week in Purple History . . . June 17 through June 23 June 21, 1948 - Don Airey was born! June 21, 1968 - Hush released as a single June 21, 1969 - Deep Purple released June 22, 1984 - Roger Glover releases Mask Deep Purple Deep Track of the Week: Michael Schenker Group https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Michael_Schenker_Group_(album) “Cry for the Nations” off of their self-titled debut album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_koU1OrSt_4 Michael Schenker - guitar (The Scorpions, UFO) Gary Barden - vocals (Gary Moore, The Company of Snakes) Don Airey - keyboards (Ozzy, Rainbow, Deep Purple, etc.) Mo Foster - bass (Butterfly Ball, Fancy!) Simon Phillips - drums (Brian Eno, Mike Oldfield, Jeff Beck, Gary Moore, Bernie Marsden, Judas Priest,  Tears for Fears, and The Who, Jesus Christ Superstar) Produced by Roger Glover Episode #8 Deep Purple Deep Track (and more!!) revealed here [SPOILERS!!]   Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:26:11
June 17, 2019
Episode #7 - Concerto For Group and Orchestra
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #7 “Concerto For Group and Orchestra” June 10, 2019   Show Updates: Listeners in 30 countries! Losing track! Welcome to Indonesia, Greece, and the Czech Republic! Unfortunately no new listeners from Saint Pierre and Miquelon, at least not on YouTube. Twitter follower numebr 100! @MetallicastPod at Metallicast @SkynyrdPodcast at Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Candice Night  David Coverdale with two retweets! MKI to MKII Transition: History of the Concerto: Malcolm Arnold: The Lead Up to The Concerto: Album Details and Analysis: First Movement: Moderato - Allegro (19:23) Second Movement: Andante (19:11) Third Movement: Vivace-Presto (13:09) Reception and Review In The News . . . Dio Hologram tour about to happen: https://consequenceofsound.net/2019/05/wendy-dio-eyellusion-jeff-pezzuti-ronnie-james-dio-hologram-tour/ Dio documentary announced: https://metalheadzone.com/wendy-dio-shares-new-update-on-ronnie-james-dio-documentary/ Ian Gillan talks about new bands/music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1bXuT61HsA https://www.nme.com/news/music/deep-purple-ian-gillan-interview-young-artists-advice-2492137 This Week in Purple History . . . June 10 through June 16 June 10, 1982 - Rainbow releases straight between the eyes June 11, 1953 - Mark Nauseef is born June 12, 2006 - Live in Montreux 69 is released June 12, 1967 - “Hallelujah” is secretly recorded June 13, 2006 - M3 (formerly Company of Snakes) release “Rough and Ready” June 13, 2006 - Rainbow releases “Live in Munich” June 13, 2008 - Judas Priest releases Nostradamus with Don Airey on keyboards June 14, 2011 - Black Country Communion releases second album “2” June 15, 1951 - Craig Gruber is born June 15, 1973 - Tony Edwards notifies Roger Glover that Blackmore wants him out Deep Purple Deep Track: Fancy - Touch Me From the album “Wild Thing” released in 1974 Featuring: Ray Fenwick (guitar) - Ian Gillan Band, Spencer Davis Group, Jon Lord’s Windows Mo Foster (bass) -  Wizard’s Convention, Butterfly Ball (Finger pops) Helen Caunt - former Penthouse model for studio work Annie Kavanaugh - replaced Helen when they toured live, former chorus member of “Jesus Christ Superstar” Les Binks (drums) - Wizard’s Convention, Judas Priest,  More info: http://rayfenwick.com/fancy.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fancy_(band) Episode #7 Deep Purple Deep Track (and more!!) revealed here [SPOILERS!!]?   For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Child in Time by Ian Gillan Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
2:12:52
June 10, 2019
Episode #6 - Episode Six: Before They Were Purple (Part 2)
The Deep Purple Podcast Episode #6 “Episode Six: Before They Were Purple (Part 2)” June 3, 2019   Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean,  RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Welcome to our new listeners from Korea, Germany, and Japan! Over 20 countries (23)! Thanks to Kiss Podcast 2.0 @PodofThunder on Twitter - latest episode is “Gettin’ Tighter.” History of Episode Six: In The News . . . Someone found slides of pics they took a a DP mkII show May 6, 1974 at Sheffield City Hall: https://youtu.be/a82VUkervyk (Kansas City Concert Audio) Reported at https://darkerthanblue.wordpress.com/2019/05/14/glenn-delays/ Deep Purple mkII wins songwritng award https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/may/23/the-1975-win-two-major-awards-at-2019-ivor-novellos Award is from the Ivors Academy presented to Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord  (posthumous) & Ian Pace of Deep Purple who have won an Ivor Novello Award for International Achievement Do you know who won this award in 1959?  Malcolm arnold for his composition of the in the film “The Inn of  the Sixth Happiness” Joe Satriani’s first band “Squares” to release an album on July 12 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MT-pbYA4NJk “So Used Up” released as single Demos that have been mixed and mastered This Week in Purple History . . . June 3 through June 9 June 3, 1970 - Deep Purple In Rock released June 3, 1974 - Jon Lord performs last of his Munich classical dates for Windows June 3, 1998 - Whitesnake releases “Starkers in Tokyo” unplugged June 3, 2011 - Whitesnake releases Live at Donington 1990 June 4, 1969 - Ritchie and Jon catch Episode Six gig at the Ivy Lodge Club in Woodford June 5, 1970 - Black Night released as single in the UK June 6, 1946 - Mickey Lee Soule is born June 6, 1960 - Steve Vai is born June 7, 1969 - Mk II records their first session together at De Lane Lea - “Hallelujah” June 7, 1995 - Glenn Hughes releases “Feel” June 8, 1987 - Gary Driscoll Dies (drummer for Elf, Rainbow found murdered - still unsolved, person of  interest fled the country) June 9, 1941 - John Lord is born Deep Purple Deep Track: Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:42:37
June 3, 2019
Episode #5 - Deep Purple
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #5 “Deep Purple” May 27, 2019 Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean,  RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Welcome to Australia, Estonia, Serbia, Romania, Japan, Namibia, and the UK who just joined our listeners!   20 countries! Copyright issue on Episode #4 for “The Shield” only. Pretty sure it was a glitch with the algorithm. John has a new mic! Listener Feedback: Numerous tweets to review. It’s pronounced QWAY-ter-mass!! Got the date wrong on the Rainbow Rising release!!  5/17, not 5/15. Mike Healy sent in a great interview with Bobby Caldwell (former drummer of Captain Beyond).  Thanks,  Mike! Matteo Masiello leaving us a 4 star review on Apple Podcasts.  Thanks, Matteo! Lots of Quatermass links to recordings.  Thanks to Mike Healy! Quatermass Live (1970) Quatermass Live on Swedish TV with Introduction and proper pronunciation Quatermass - One Blind Mice (Hits à Gogo 28th April 1971) QUATERMASS: "A Phantom Pteranodon" (Live in Berlin, March 4th, 1971), full show, audio only QUATERMASS: Bern, Switzerland: November 9, 1970 (full show) Elf Covering “War Pigs” in 1972 History Leading Up to Deep Purple: Album Review: Deep Purple Tracks : Chasing Shadows (Paice, Lord) Blind (Lord) Lalena (Donovan Leitch) Fault Line (Blackmore, Simper, Lord, Paice) The Painter (Blackmore, Evans, Lord, Simper, Paice) Why Didn’t Rosemary? (Blackmore, Evans, Lord, Simper, Paice) Bird Has Flown (Lord, Evans, Blackmore) April (Blackmore, Lord) History After Release and Reception: In The News . . . Glenn Hughes announces rescheduled dates for his UK tour Rescheduled tour dates can be found at glennhughes.com Whitesnake releases new album “Flesh & Blood” Purchase Flesh & Blood here Rainbow releases “The Storm” Single This is a “rocked up” version of the Blackmore’s Night track of the same name Listen to “The Storm” here This Week in Purple History . . . May 27 through June 2 May 27, 1977: Steve Morse’s first album with Dixie Dregs “Free Fall” is released May 28, 2001: Tony Ashton passed away May 30, 1974: Jon Lord performs the first of his Munich shows which will become his “Windows” album. May 30, 1987: Performance that will be released as “Nobody’s Perfect” June 1, 1972: Warhorse releases their second, and final, album “Red Sea” Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook where we take a deep dive into all of these on a daily  basis. Mystery Track For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story Gettin' Tighter: Deep Purple '68 – '76 by Martin Popoff The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Deep Purple & Rainbow - Every Album, Every Song 1968-1979 by Steve Pilkington Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:59:40
May 27, 2019
Episode #4 - The Book of Taliesyn
May 20, 2019 Links to all that are at http://deeppurplepodcast.com/. You can also contact us at info@deeppurplepodcast.com. Show Updates: Welcome to our new Bulgarian, Russian, and Swedish listeners who joined us this past week!  That gives us  listeners from 16 different countries! We went a little long last week. Wanted to make sure we were thorough. We’ll try to tighten it up a little  bit this week.  Or should we not worry? Let us know what you think! Continuing to get support and kind words from @sabbathbloodypc on Twitter -- check his show out if you  want a deep dive into the history and music of Black Sabbath! Mike Ladano (who has a great music blog at mikeladano.com, @MikeLadano on Twitter) had a nice back and  forth about his review on the Deep Purple - In Rock (Anniversary Edition).  Check it out at  mikeladano.com.  Spoiler: he gives it 6/5 stars! More listener feedback: Who are we? Where do we come from?  What’s our story? People want to know what we’re all about and honestly, it never occurred to me that anyone would care. A little about us . . .  John’s Notes From The Field: Recent Whitesnake show in Lincoln, RI on Saturday, May 11. History Leading Up to The Book of Taliesyn: The Book of Taliesyn Album Review Tracks : Listen, Learn, Read On (Blackmore, Evans, Lord, Paice) Wring That Neck (Blackmore, Simper, Lord, Paice) Kentucky Woman (Neil Diamond) (a) Exposition (b) We Can Work It Out (Blackmore, Simper, Lord, Paice/Lennon, McCartney) Shield (Blackmore, Evans, Lord) Anthem (Lord, Evans) River Deep, Mountain High (Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich, Phil Spector) History After Release: In The News . . . Deep Purple Announces US Leg of The Long Goodbye Tour Will we see them? Glenn Hughes on the Eddie Trunk Podcast (May 8, 2019) Starts around the 40 minute mark Discusses his shows playing Deep Purple Material and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame awkwardness with current  members Saturday it was reported that Glenn Hughes cancelled his UK tour as he is ill - wishing him all the best.   Said to not be life threatening but something that needs immediate attention. Rainbow to Release another Single on May 17 - “The Storm” This is a “rocked up” version of a Blackmore’s Night track Blackmore’s Night - The Storm This Week in Purple History . . . May 20 through May 26 May 22, 1974, live performance that would be “Live in London.” Link to purchase. May 23, 1984, Nobody’s Perfect live performance. Link to purchase. We go a little deeper with these on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to highlight these landmark events Deep Purple Mystery Track For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom Deep Purple & Rainbow - Every Album, Every Song 1968-1979 by Steve Pilkington Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:46:24
May 20, 2019
Episode #3 - Shades of Deep Purple
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #3 “Shades of Deep Purple” May 13, 2019   Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, Castbox, PodBean, RadioPublic, or search in your favorite podcatcher!  Show Updates: Viewer feedback The Formation of Deep Purple Shades of Deep Purple Album Review: Tracks : And the Address (Blackmore, Lord) Hush (Joe South) One More Rainy Day (Lord, Evans) Prelude: Happiness/I’m So Glad (Blackmore, Evans, Lord, Paice, Simper/Skip James) Mandrake Root (Blackmore, Lord, Evans) Help! (Lennon McCartney) Love Help Me (Blackmore, Evans) Hey Joe (Billy Roberts) Notes: In The News . . . “Raving with Ian Gillan and the Javelins” is being reissued on May 10th.  Released April 19th. David Coverdale buys rights to first two Whitesnake albums “Whitesnake” and “Northwinds” Glenn Hughes Interview on “BBC Sounds of the 70s” Show This Week in Purple History . . . May 13 through May 19 May 13, 1948 - Colin Towns (keyboardist for Ian Gillan band) was born May 13, 1968 - Completed recording of “Shades of Deep Purple” after a mere 72 hours in the studio May of 1970 - Quatermass issued their self titled debut  May 16, 2010 - Ronnie James Dio dies We go a little deeper with these on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to highlight these landmark events Three Degrees of Deep Purple:   Book and/or Documentary Reviews: For future episodes. For Further Information: Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at  info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:38:26
May 13, 2019
Episode #2 - Before They Were Purple (Part 1)
Deep Purple Before They Were Deep Purple Before they were in Deep Purple, what were some of their early members up to? The Outlaws  Band Facts: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Outlaws_(band) Ritchie Blackmore on Guitar Mick Underwood who would later play with Episode Six and Gillan Song Law & Order - You have to check out Ritchie's dance in this one! Shake With Me MI 5 Band Facts: http://www.deep-purple.net/tree/the-maze/deep-purple-the-maze.html Rod Evans on vocals & Ian Paice on drums 1966-1967 Toured Germany and did Italian only and French only singles  Ian Paice would meet Ritchie Blackmore on the boat to Germany Songs: You'll Never Stop Me Lovin’ You Only Time Will Tell Sun Dragon Band Facts: http://todopurple.blogspot.com/2009/10/sun-dragon-feat-ritchie-blackmoreian.html Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Paice, & Jon Lord Backing for Rob Freeman and Ian McLintock They were managed by Brian Epstein They did one album before they broke up Songs Five White Horses Green Tambourine The Maze Band Facts: http://www.deep-purple.net/tree/the-maze/deep-purple-the-maze.html Rod Evans & Ian Paice Essentially same band as MI5, changed name Robert Stigwood production Songs Telephone The Trap The Flowerpot Men Band Facts: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Flower_Pot_Men Nick Simper on bass & Jon Lord on organ Songs You Can Never Be Wrong A Walk in the Sky The Artwoods - I Feel Good Band Facts: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Artwoods Jon Lord on organ Songs I Feel Good Down in the Valley   In The News:   Rainbow Releases New Version of “Black Sheep of the Family.” Article quotes: https://www.loudersound.com/news/ritchie-blackmores-rainbow-launch-new-version-of-classic-black-sheep-of-the-family “Joining Blackmore and [Jonnie] Romero in the current lineup of Rainbow are Stratovarius keyboard player Jens Johansson, Blackmore's Night drummer David Keith and bassist Bob Nouveau, and singers Lady Lynn and Candice Night.” Compare to original by Quatermass (1970) Bass: Johnny Gustafson Drums: Mike Underwood Keyboards: J. Peter Robinson Compare to original cover by Rainbow (1975) DEEP PURPLE To Start Work On New Album In 2019 Coverdale and Gillan in Sweden Rock Three Degrees of Deep Purple: I’ll play a snippet of a song that features musicians who are linked to Deep Purple in three or less steps.  You’ll need to narrow it down to: The year The members or band The album Googling is allowed Will reveal the mystery song and what the connection to Deep Purple   Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show?  We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
1:23:37
May 6, 2019
Episode #1 - Where Fans Begin
April 29, 2019 Visit us at: http://deeppurplepodcast.com/ Contact us at info@deeppurplepodcast.com Social: Twitter: https://twitter.com/deeppurplepod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deeppurplepodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxcThTTLtAC_k7m9sTV5HIw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Deep-Purple-Podcast-333239820881996/?modal=admin_todo_tour To support future episodes donate on Patreon and to help new people discover the show you can leave us a rating on iTunes.   Discussion: How did we get into Deep Purple?   Why are we doing this podcast? There aren’t any other podcasts!  Why?  There are tons on other bands.  Maybe no one out there is interested in a Deep Purple podcast and that’s why none exist.  Either way there are two possible outcomes: 1. ) People will appreciate this and want to enjoy more of it or 2.) we get to explore our love of Deep Purple every week and no one listens.  Either way we win! To get a chance to catch up on the band! There’s lots by the band that I have yet to explore and this will give me a great opportunity to do just that. What is your history with the band as a fan? When did you first hear of the band or what really caught your attention and made you want to learn more. In The News:   RITCHIE BLACKMORE's RAINBOW To Release New Version Of 'Black Sheep Of The Family' This Month   “Black Sheep of the Family” by Quatermass - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVPYDGfGbnM “Black Sheep of the Family” by Rainbow - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9Ir7cHYDdo DAVID COVERDALE REVEALS AN UNTOLD SECRET ABOUT DEEP Paice Ashton Lord – “Malice In Wonderland” reissue
1:02:26
April 26, 2019