Episode #28 – Roger Glover and Guests – The Butterfly Ball (Part 1: The Musicians)
The Deep Purple Podcast
“The Butterfly Ball (Part 1 – The Musicians)”
November 4, 2019
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Listener Steve emails with some recollections after attending both shows of the Concerto ‘99
performance at the Royal Albert Hall.
Mark 1 listener poll – songs moving to the next round:
Nate guests on Paul or Nothing podcast
Notes From The Field:
Nate reviews Deep Purple show on October 18, 2019 at the Rosemont Theater in Rosemont, IL.
Unfortunate issue with meet and greet
Origins of The Butterfly Ball:
Original Poem was by William Roscoe written in 1802.
The Mountain Fjord Orchestra
In The News . . .
Review: Goodbye? Say it ain’t so, Deep Purple
Review of Mohegan Sun show on October 9, 2019 that John attended.
Deep Purple trek celebrates band’s legacy with an eye to the future
Interview with Roger Glover
This Week in Purple History . . .
November 4 through November 10
November 10, 1940 – Screaming Lord Sutch is born
November 10, 1971 – Ray Fenwick releases “Keep America Beautiful, Get a Haircut
November 8, 1975 – Tommy Bolin’s first show with Deep Purple in Honolulu
For Further Information:
Deep Purple: A Matter of Fact by Jerry Bloom
Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story
The Road of Golden Dust: The Deep Purple Story 1968-1976 by Jerry Bloom
Child in Time by Ian Gillan
Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey
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