Deep Purple | Concerto for Group and Orchestra | 3LP Vinyl Box Set

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Recorded September 24th, 1969 at London's Royal Albert Hall, Jon Lord's Concerto For Group and Orchestra really was a meeting of two different worlds, combining rock and classical modes. The first album to feature the classic Mk2 line-up of Deep Purple, it was originally released on Harvest Records in 1970 as a single LP. Now across six sides of vinyl, this is the very first time that the night's entire performance, starting with Sir Malcolm Arnold conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for his Symphony No. 6, Op. 95, and ending with the encore of the Third Movement: Vivace-Presto, has appeared on LP.



Jon Lord (Hammond organ)

Ian Gillan (vocals)

Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)

Roger Glover (bass)

Ian Paice (drums)

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold




LP 1 - Side 1:

Sir Malcolm Arnold's Symphony No.6, Op.95 performed by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Sir Malcolm Arnold

1. 1st Movement: Energico

2. 2nd Movement: Lento

3. 3rd Movement: Con Fuoco


LP 1 - Side 2:

Deep Purple

1. Hush

2. Wring That Neck


LP 2 - Side 3:

Deep Purple

1. Child In Time


LP 2 - Side 4:

Concerto for Group and Orchestra

1. First Movement: Moderato - Allegro


LP 3 - Side 5:

Concerto for Group and Orchestra

1. Second Movement: Andante


LP 3 - Side 6:

Concerto for Group and Orchestra

1. Third Movement: Vivaco - Presto

2. Encore