DEEP PURPLE: 'In Concert With The London Symphony Orchestra' DVD To Be Reissued

August 16, 2007

On September 18, Eagle Rock Entertainment will re-release one of its most popular DVDs, DEEP PURPLE's "In Concert With The London Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Paul Mann". According to a press release, the disc "has this most classic of classic rock bands blowing the roof off the famed Royal Albert Hall in London, England a full 30 years after their first symphonic project. Keyboardist Jon Lord, singer Ian Gillan, drummer Ian Paice, guitarist Steve Morse and bassist Roger Glover perform 13 tracks in two hours, with heavy accents on improvisation and even a guest shot by the legendary Ronnie James Dio!"

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