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DEEP PURPLE - CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA

CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA
  • Format: (LP) Vinyl record 12"
  • Executor: DEEP PURPLE
  • Title: CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA
  • Catalog number: SHVL767
  • A country: England
  • Label: Harvest
  • Year of issue: 1970
  • Complictation: FOC
  • Type of publication: ORIGINAL PRESS 1972
  • Condition (record/cover): NMint/NMint
  • Style: Prog Rock/Hard Rock
  • Rarity: star_rate

A very rare British reissue of the cult band. Concerto for Group and Orchestra is a live album by the British rock band Deep Purple, recorded with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. One of the first attempts to harmoniously combine classical music and rock music in one piece. It was released in the USA in December 1969, and in the UK in January 1970. By the time the second line-up of Deep Purple was formed, there was a confrontation in the band between the art-rock ambitions of Jon Lord and the hard-rock Ritchie Blackmore. Lord considered the possibility of creating a piece that would combine the features of classical and rock music. Deep Purple manager Tony Edwards decides to go all-in and reserves the Albert Hall for September 24, leaving Jon Lord about six months to write the score. Ritchie Blackmore was later terribly jealous of Lord that such an idea did not occur to him.

Price: 9,000 ₽

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