Episode #31 – Roger Glover and Guests – The Butterfly Ball (Part 4: The Movie)

The Deep Purple Podcast

Show Notes

Episode #31

“The Butterfly Ball (Part 4 – The Movie)”

November 25, 2019

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Lead Up To Album & Writing:

Album Art & Booklet Review

The Movie

Dreams of Sir Bedivere

Featuring Vincent Price


Featuring Vincent Price

Get Ready

Featuring Glenn Hughes

Saffron Dormouse and Lizzy Bee

Featuring Helen Chappelle and Barry St. John

Together Again

Featuring Tony Ashton

Old Bilnd Mole

Featuring Earl Jordan [wiki, discogs]

Originally sung by John Goodison

Was part of the Les Humphries Singers

Was on the Green Bullfrog album

Worked with Lucifer’s Friend

Magician Moth

Featuring Vincent Price

Watch Out For The Bat

Featuring John Gustafson


Featuring Judi Kuhl

Sir Maximus Mouse

Featuring Eddie Hardin

Behind the Smile

Featuring David Coverdale

Little Chalk Blue

Featuring John Lawton


Featuring Al Matthews [wiki, discogs]

Originally sung by Jimmy Helms

American actor and musician

Known for his role as Gunnery Sergeant Apone in the movie Aliens

Was also in Superman III and The Fifth Element

Sitting in a Dream

Featuring Ian Gillan

Originally sung by Ronnie James Dio

Gillan’s first time on stage since leaving Deep Purple two years earlier

No Solution

Featuring Mickey Lee Soule

The Feast

Featuring Vincent Price

Love Is All

Featuring John Lawton

Originally sung by Ronnie James Dio


Featuring Twiggy

Originally sung by Ronnie James Dio

Love Is All (Encore)

Featuring the group

Reception and Review

In The News . . .

Glenn Hughes is in the studio right now recording with The Dead Daisies. You can see what they’re up

to by reading their recording diary on their website here: Recording Chapter One

This Week in Purple History . . .

November 25 through December 1

November 30, 1945 – Roger Glover is born

November 27, 1984 – Deep Purple plays their first reunion show in Perth, Australia

November 28, 1981 – Don Airey quits Rainbow

Thanksgiving Thoughts:

Thinking of how fortunate we are this year.

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