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Deep Purple: Come Hell or High Water (1994)

Filmed at the Birmingham NEC on 9th November 1993, capturing the five members of Deep Purple's Mark II line-up regrouped to celebrate their 25th anniversary with a full world tour.

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Hugh Symonds
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Ritchie Blackmore ... Self
Ian Gillan ... Self
Roger Glover ... Self
Jon Lord ... Self
Ian Paice ... Self
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Filmed at the Birmingham NEC on 9th November 1993, capturing the five members of Deep Purple's Mark II line-up regrouped to celebrate their 25th anniversary with a full world tour.

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Documentary

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 1994 (UK) See more »

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BMG Music See more »
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Stereo

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Color

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1.66 : 1
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"Highway Star" was edited to make it look like Ritchie Blackmore appeared on stage earlier than he actually did. See more »

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Drum Solo
Written by Ian Paice
Performed by Ian Paice
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The way it is
12 June 2006 | by lundin125See all my reviews

This is not the best DP concert you can watch but they are still the best band in the world and it is a good concert. I am a DP maniac and I love their music, I have to say that this show is better than the "California Jam" show that sucked, the songs i miss in this movie are hush and speed king. The fact that Ritchie isn't appearing tight at the start is a bit disturbing but you can live with that, but when they rock away in the Black Night they show that they are the best even Blackmore lets loose when he play the riff. All those who say Blackmore isn't active at stage he ruined the concert should remember that he left the band for a reason and he created all those songs that we all head bang to and singalong in. As a final sentence i have to say without Blackmore there wouldn't be a DP and we would never heard the songs: smoke on the water, black night, woman from Tokyo, hush, Hightway star and the rest of them.


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