Best of Both Worlds: Concerto for Group and Orchestra (1970)

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Credited cast:
Malcolm Arnold ...
Himself - Conductor
Ritchie Blackmore ...
Ian Gillan ...
Roger Glover ...
Ian Paice ...


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4 April 1970 (UK)  »

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Deep Purple: Concerto for Group and Orchestra  »

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Brilliant concert... -really the best of both worlds!
29 November 2001 | by (Reykjavik, Iceland) – See all my reviews

This really must be one of the best concerts that Deep Purple ever played. I haven't seen the "remake" they did in 2000 and I don't really want to! It's been ten years more] since I last saw the film or listened to the music and I've been searching all over for a copy of the concert on VHS or DVD. Can't seem to find it. If you [who ever reads this!] know how to get a copy of the film, please contact me at once!

Brilliant performance by both bands, a wonderful concert. See it now!!... (if you can find it :)

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