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Deep Purple: Come Hell or High Water (1994)

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Ritchie Blackmore
Ian Gillan
Roger Glover ... Himself
Jon Lord ... Himself
Ian Paice
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UK

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October 1994 (UK) See more »

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BMG Music See more »
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1.66 : 1
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"Hush" was also performed and filmed during the night but didn't make to the video release. See more »

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certainly not disappointing ...
14 October 2004 | by didi-5See all my reviews

For those of you not in the know, 'Come Hell or High Water' came at the end of a very fraught tour for Deep Purple (reformed Mark II), and after Ritchie Blackmore announced his decision to leave. In the same week as this video was taped, I saw the band at another venue and - musically at least - they were at their sharpest and their best for years. This includes Blackmore, despite reviews here to the contrary.

The disappointment in the band was their singer, Ian Gillan, once a great pair of lungs but by this time a bit of a croaker with no charm or style. A great performer he's not (and still limping along with the band as we speak).

But - this concert is terrific. All the classics are there; Highway Star, Smoke on the Water - as well as newer stuff from their reunion albums. What I could do without is the oh-so-serious sniping about Ritchie B from the other members of the group throughout the video. It's just a band, guys ...


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