Though Deep Purple often sported a shifting, conflicted line-up of musicians, the band (in its various incarnations) nonetheless had a hand in making hard rock music what it is today. This in-depth critical retrospective examines the legendary group's rise to fame, and offers rarely-seen live performance footage from various stages in their influential career.
Description by Koch Entertainment Distribution:
DVD one draws on archive footage of Deep Purple playing in concert and features the candid reflections of former band members Nick Simper, Glenn Hughes, Ritchie Blackmore, Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Ian Gillan, David Coverdale and one of the last interviews with the late Tommy Bolin. DVD two features an in-depth analysis of their album, "Burn." Hughes joins a panel of experts for an in depth look at the album which became a rock landmark. Also featured is rare footage and live broadcasts of Deep Purple on tour in the USA promoting "Burn."
Archival Footage |
Live Concerts |
Music (General) |
Pop / Rock |
Rock Documentaries |