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Celebrating Jon Lord feat. Deep Purple, Bruce Dickinson,
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Celebrating Jon Lord feat. Deep Purple, Bruce Dickinson, Glenn Hughes, Paul Weller and many others (2014)

Bluray | BDMV | MPEG-4 AVC 16765 kbps / 1920*1080i / 29,970 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1 | 46.71 GB
Audio: DTS-HD MA 5.1 / 96 kHz / 6202 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48
kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit); LPCM 2.0 / 96 kHz / 4608 kbps / 24-bit;
(documentary): LPCM 2.0 / 48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit | Length: 01:16:04 + 01:53:35 + 01:03:22 (documentary)
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It was in 2006 when, once a year, a group of stellar musicians and stars of rock
started meeting up in London for a night of live music. The main intent
was to raise money for a charity called The Sunflower Jam. At first the
rumours about these sessions with Deep Purple, Robert Plant, Brian May
and Alice Cooper were too good to be true, to the point that a few
thought that they were nothing else than an urban legend. "The Jam" as
it soon started to be called quickly became a cult night. A real must
first of all for the artists themselves, finally free and happy to leave
their commercial thoughts outside the venue and able to enjoy playing
music together with colleagues, friends and maybe even secret rivals and
for the audience, who often could simply not believe their eyes.
The Sunflower Jam started as an idea from Jacky Paice, who very often
could count on the drumming of her husband Ian. Who would turn down
playing with him? The first editions were mainly open to guests and
music business professionals that would contribute to the charity. Later
"The Jam" became too good not to be available for the public. It is in
one of the earlier SFJs that Jon Lord played for the last time with his
friends with Deep Purple, duetting in a peaceful "war of hammonds" with
Don Airey, who had replaced Lord in Deep Purple when he decided it was
enough with a life spent on the road, and after a lifetime dedicated to
rock and roll, Lord left to concentrate to his first love: classical
music and the combination of rock elements in it.
2014: "The Sunflower Jam" is a now a regular sold out event. The fourth
one at the Royal Albert Hall. A night of great music but also an
explosion of joy and will to live. Jon Lord sadly passed away in 2012.
Just a few weeks before the release of the just finished remake of what
is universally known as the first ever meeting of classical music and
rock. The "Concerto For Group and Orchestra". The same composition that
Purple played live in 1969 at the Royal Albert Hall. Considering the
amount of respect, friendship and love expressed on any occasion by
anybody who had worked, played or simply met Jon Lord, it is not a
surprise that the 2014 Jam would be dedicated totally to his music. The
night turned out to be an historical moment in rock music: A full
orchestra, a director - Paul Mann - crazy enough to give wonderful
arrangements to a repertoire going back and forth through fifty years of
music, many old friends for an unforgettable night. The Albert Hall
sold out to the last seat...


• The Composer
1. Fantasia from Sarabande
2. Durham Awakes from Durham Concerto
3. All Those Years Ago (with Steve Balsamo and Micky Moody)
4. Pictured Within (with Miller Anderson) from the album Picture Within
5. Sarabande from Sarabande (with Rick Wakeman)
6. One From The Meadow (with Margo Buchanan)
7. Bourrée from Sarabande
8. Afterwards (with Jeremy Irons and Paul Mann)

• The Rock Legend
9. Things Get Better featuring Paul Weller / originally by Jon Lord’s Artwoods
10. I Take What I Want feat Paul Weller and Micky Moody / originally by Jon Lord’s Artwoods
11. Silas and Jerome (featuring Phil Campbell from The Temperance
Movement, Ian Paice, Bernie Marsden. Originally by Paice Ashton Lord)
12.: I’m Gonna Stop Drinking (featuring Phil Campbell from The
Temperance Movement, Ian Paice, Bernie Marsden. Originally by Paice
Ashton Lord)
13. Soldier of Fortune (with Steve Balsamo, Sandi Thom and Micky Moody) originally by Deep Purple
14. You Keep On Moving (with Glenn Hughes, Bruce Dickinson, Ian Paice, Don Airey and Micky Moody) originally by Deep Purple
15. Burn (with Glenn Hughes, Bruce Dickison, Ian Paice, Don Airey and Rick Wakeman) / originally by Deep Purple
16. Deep Purple, Mk. III: This Time Around (with Glenn Hughes) originally by Deep Purple
- Deep Purple celebrating Jon Lord: Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Don Airey, Steve Morse
17. Uncommon Man
18. Above And Beyond
19. Lazy featuring Stephen Bentley-Klein, Violine
20. When A Blind Man Cries
21. Perfect Strangers
22. Black Night
23. Hush feat. Bruce Dickinson, Rick Wakeman, Phil Campbell, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody

• Documentary: Two Worlds - The Making of Celebrating Jon Lord

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