DEEP PURPLE LIVE USA the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcom Arnold 12" Vinyl LP Album

The North American release of "Deep Purple Live" featuring the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold is a musical spectacle. This 12" vinyl LP album captures Deep Purple's electrifying live performance in the United States, enhanced by the majestic collaboration with the orchestra. The result is a fusion of rock and classical music that showcases the band's versatility and artistic innovation. This web page has photos of album covers, inner sleeves, record labels together with production details, musicians and track-listing.

 

High Resolution #1 Photo DEEP PURPLE Live Royal Albert Hall USA

Music Genre:

Classical Hard Rock Music
Production:  Composed by Jon Lord

Album Production:

Gatefold/FOC (Fold Open Cover) Album Cover Design 

Record Label Information:

Warner Bros (WB) Records WS 1860

Vinyl Record Format:

12" Double LP  
Country of Origin  Made in USA
Band Members and Musicians on: DEEP PURPLE and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcom Arnold
Track Listing of: DEEP PURPLE and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcom Arnold
    Side One:
  1. First Movement
  2. Second Movement
    Side Two:
  1. Third Movement
  2. Fourth Movement
Photos of the LP's cover: DEEP PURPLE and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcom Arnold

High Resolution #1 Photo DEEP PURPLE Live Royal Albert Hall USA

High Resolution #2 Photo DEEP PURPLE Live Royal Albert Hall USA

High Resolution #3 Photo DEEP PURPLE Live Royal Albert Hall USA

Index of DEEP PURPLE Vinyl Records and Album Cover Gallery

Deep Purple has undergone several line-up changes since its formation in 1968. Here are the most notable line-ups in the band's history:
    Deep Purple Mark I (1968-1973)
  • Rod Evans (vocals)
  • Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
  • Jon Lord (keyboards)
  • Nick Simper (bass)
  • Ian Paice (drums)
    Deep Purple Mark II (1973-1976)
  • David Coverdale (vocals)
  • Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
  • Jon Lord (keyboards)
  • Glenn Hughes (bass, vocals)
  • Ian Paice (drums)
    Deep Purple Mark III (1976-1984)
  • Ian Gillan (vocals)
  • Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
  • Jon Lord (keyboards)
  • Roger Glover (bass)
  • Ian Paice (drums)
    Deep Purple Mark IV (1984-1989)
  • Ian Gillan (vocals)
  • Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
  • Jon Lord (keyboards)
  • Roger Glover (bass)
  • Ian Paice (drums)
  • Joe Lynn Turner (vocals)
    Deep Purple Mark V (1989-1992)
  • Ian Gillan (vocals)
  • Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
  • Jon Lord (keyboards)
  • Roger Glover (bass)
  • Ian Paice (drums)
  • Joe Satriani (guitar)
    Deep Purple Mark VI (1993-2002)
  • Ian Gillan (vocals)
  • Steve Morse (guitar)
  • Jon Lord (keyboards)
  • Roger Glover (bass)
  • Ian Paice (drums)
    Deep Purple Mark VII (2003-present)
  • Ian Gillan (vocals)
  • Steve Morse (guitar)
  • Don Airey (keyboards)
  • Roger Glover (bass)
  • Ian Paice (drums)

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