Album info



Label: earMUSIC

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Modern Rock

Artist: Jon Lord

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  • 1Pictures of Home (Live)08:25
  • 2The Sun Will Shine Again (Live)04:31
  • 3Bourée (Live)05:37
  • 4Pictured Within (Live)10:04
  • 5The Telemann Experiment (Live)07:08
  • 6Wait Awhile (Live)06:35
  • 7Gigue (Live)10:36
  • 8Soldier of Fortune (Live)03:51
  • 9Child in Time (Live)10:50
  • Total Runtime01:07:37

Info for Live

Features 80 minute concert from November 2009, including several of Jon Lord's orchestral and rock favourites incl. Pictured Within, Child In Time, Gigue, Soldier Of Fortune, Wait A While and many more.

Jon Lord, Hammond organ, piano
Steve Balsamo, vocals
Kasia Laska, vocals
Darin Vasilev, guitar
Ivaylo Zvezdomirov, bass
Venko Poromanski, drums
The Rousse Philharmonic Orchestra
Nayden Todorov, conductor

Live from Bucharest, November 2009

Jon Lord
Jon Douglas Lord (born Leicester 9 June 1941, dead London 16 July 2012) was an English composer, Hammond organ and piano player.

He is recognised for his Hammond organ blues-rock sound and for his pioneering work in fusing rock and classical or baroque forms. He has most famously been a member of Deep Purple, as well as of Whitesnake, Paice, Ashton Lord, The Artwoods and Flower Pot Men.

In 1968, Lord co-founded Deep Purple. He and drummer Ian Paice were the only constant band members during the band's existence from 1968 to 1976 and from the reunion in 1984 until Lord's retirement in 2002.

One of his finest works was his composition Concerto for Group and Orchestra, which was performed at the Royal Albert Hall in 1969 with Deep Purple (Lord and Paice with guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, singer Ian Gillan and bass guitarist Roger Glover) and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

The concerto was revived for its 30th anniversary in 1999 with another performance at the Albert Hall, again performed by Deep Purple (Lord, Paice, Gillan, Glover and Steve Morse in place of Ritchie Blackmore) with the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

After retiring from Deep Purple in 2002, Jon Lord has concentrated on a solo career of composing and touring. In 2008, he achieved success as a classical composer when his Durham Concerto entered the UK classical album charts.

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