Contractual Obligation #2: Live in Warsaw Ian Gillan

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Label: earMUSIC

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Hard Rock

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  • 1Hang Me out to Dry (Live in Warsaw)04:08
  • 2Pictures of Home (Live in Warsaw)05:32
  • 3No Lotion for That (Live in Warsaw)03:16
  • 4Strange Kind of Woman (Live in Warsaw)05:08
  • 5Razzle Dazzle (Live in Warsaw)04:04
  • 6A Day Late 'n' a Dollar Short (Live in Warsaw)05:19
  • 7Lazy (Live in Warsaw)11:59
  • 8Rapture of the Deep (Live in Warsaw)06:20
  • 9When a Blind Man Cries (Live in Warsaw)05:20
  • 10You're Gonna Ruin Me Baby (Live in Warsaw)01:27
  • 11Ain't No More Cane on the Brazos (Live in Warsaw)07:59
  • 12Difficult to Cure (Beethoven's Ninth) (Live in Warsaw)05:33
  • 13Anya (Live in Warsaw)07:29
  • 14Perfect Strangers (Live in Warsaw)06:46
  • 15Hell to Pay (Live in Warsaw)05:13
  • 16Demon's Eye (Live in Warsaw)04:04
  • 17Smoke on the Water (Live in Warsaw)08:10
  • 18Hush (Live in Warsaw)06:44
  • 19Black Night (Live in Warsaw)08:31
  • Total Runtime01:53:02

Info zu Contractual Obligation #2: Live in Warsaw

Frisch nach dem Deep Purple-Erfolgsalbum „NOW What?!“ und nur wenige Monate vor Veröffentlichung ihres ebenso erfolg-reichen Albums „inFinite“, nutzte Sänger Ian Gillan die großartige Möglichkeit, einen Monat lang durch Osteuropa zu touren. Die glorreiche Rock-Show wurde dabei jeden Abend von einem anderen talentierten, lokalen Orchester begleitet. Begleitet wurde der Sänger des Weiteren von Don Airey und seiner Band, inklusive des Gitarrentalents Simon McBride. Kein Wunder also, dass jeder der Auftritte einzigartig und mit handverlesener Setlist inklusive Deep Purple-Klassikern und Ian Gillan-Solo-Songs daherkommt.

Zusammen mit Robert Plant, Ozzy Osbourne und einigen anderen gilt Ian Gillan als eine der legendären Stimmen, die den Hardrock geprägt haben. Dieses Live-Album ist wahrscheinlich eines der schönsten Kapitel in Gillans Solo-Karriere und erinnert daran, wie großartig seine Solomusik und seine Konzerte im Laufe der Jahre waren.

Ian Gillan
was born on August 19th 1945 in Hounslow and was brought up in this Middlesex suburb in an atmosphere where musical endeavour was highly regarded. He was introduced to rock and roll by Elvis Presley's 'Heartbreak Hotel' and at 16 decided to form a group, The Moonshiners. A few weeks later he was poached by The Javelins. It was October 1962, and Ian jacked school in mid-term.

Ian took the stage name Jess Gillan or Jess Thunder, and The Javelins worked hard for two years semi-pro until December 1964 when Gillan was again head-hunted, by Wainwrights Gentlemen, a soul big-band. He only stayed a few months and was invited to join Episode Six in early summer 1965. Episode Six's career was long and busy. They gigged continuously for four years and issued singles for Pye and others. In the band Gillan met founder member Roger Glover, while Mick Underwood later joined on drums. The group were highly thought of but never had any serious chart success in the UK and by early 1969 were hard up. Drummer Mick Underwood mentioned Ian to his old mate Ritchie Blackmore, looking for a singer to front Deep Purple, and Gillan got the job.

He devoted himself to Deep Purple for four years, with only a session on Jesus Christ Superstar, some production work for Jerusalem and others, and a few solo ideas breaking his concentration.

When he left in Deep Purple 1973, it was to start a number of business ventures - a recording studio (Kingsway), a delux Hotel (The Springs), and a motorbike engine company. It wasn't until 1974 that he began developing ideas which eventually became The Ian Gillan Band in 1975, which after two years doing jazz-rock changed line-up and became simply Gillan, employing a more direct rock direcion. They enjoyed European success, with hit singles and albums, before running out of steam in 1982.

With the possibility of a Deep Purple reunion under discussion, Ian Gillan accepted an invitation to join Black Sabbath for a year, recording one album with them, and leaving just before the reunion became fact in 1984. Ian left Deep Purple again in 1989, after two studio albums and a joint solo-album with Roger Glover. He then recorded a solo album, put together a new version of Gillan for one album, and toured extensively before rejoining Deep Purple in 1992.

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