Celebrating Jon Lord – Live at The Royal Albert Hall: The Composer (2014)
Jun 3, 2016 Video
Celebrating Jon Lord – Live at The Royal Albert Hall: The Composer (2014) Genre: Classical, Tribute Concert Quality: DTS-HD MA 5.1 96 kHz 6202 kbps 24-bit Time: 01:16:04 Full Size: 3,29Gb
• 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… • Jon’s big musical loves were in the room, once again: same venue, many years later, many of the same people involved, a million times more the amount of emotions. For four hours Jon’s music was shining. Commotion, jokes, laughs and a lot of music came together by magic. The result is the show you can now hear and watch. All the wonderful musicians who played at the "Celebrating Jon Lord"
Setlist: • 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. Bourree from Sarabande 8. Afterwards (with Jeremy Irons and Paul Mann)
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