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to rent? See, I'm a member of Netflix and I searched under "Deep Purple" and they have the following:

Deep Purple: Total Abandon: Australia '99 (1999)
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This 200 minute DVD features 17 tracks recorded live in Australia, plus the 76-minute "A Band Downunder."
  
-Deep Purple: In Concert with The London Symphony Orchestra (1999)
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 Accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra, classic-rock icons Deep Purple perform at London's Royal Albert Hall in this concert film recorded in September 1999.
-Deep Purple: Perihelion (2001)
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One of the founding members of the hard rock movement, Deep Purple rose to worldwide fame with monster hits such as "Hush" and "Smoke on the Water." The group's legions of fans travel far and wide .
  
Deep Purple EP (2003)
Deep Purple, one most important bands of the late-1960s British hard rock movement, is captured here in their most creatively and commercially successful period. (I think this is the MK II version and there are 3 songs on it)

Deep Purple: Live Encounters (2004)
Classic rockers Deep Purple perform 16 hits for fans in Katowice, Poland, in this concert video. Songs include "Smoke on the Water," "Black Night," "Perfect Strangers," "Highway Star," "Speed King.

Me again: I think, with the exception of the EP one, are shows from recent years.
  
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I think, with the exception of the EP one, are shows from recent years.
 



Yep. I would recommend Total Abandon.

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dprocks wrote:


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to rent? See, I'm a member of Netflix and I searched under "Deep Purple" and they have the following:

Deep Purple: Total Abandon: Australia '99 (1999)
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This 200 minute DVD features 17 tracks recorded live in Australia, plus the 76-minute "A Band Downunder."
   
-Deep Purple: In Concert with The London Symphony Orchestra (1999)
 NR
 Accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra, classic-rock icons Deep Purple perform at London's Royal Albert Hall in this concert film recorded in September 1999.
-Deep Purple: Perihelion (2001)
 NR
One of the founding members of the hard rock movement, Deep Purple rose to worldwide fame with monster hits such as "Hush" and "Smoke on the Water." The group's legions of fans travel far and wide .
   
Deep Purple EP (2003)
Deep Purple, one most important bands of the late-1960s British hard rock movement, is captured here in their most creatively and commercially successful period. (I think this is the MK II version and there are 3 songs on it)

Deep Purple: Live Encounters (2004)
Classic rockers Deep Purple perform 16 hits for fans in Katowice, Poland, in this concert video. Songs include "Smoke on the Water," "Black Night," "Perfect Strangers," "Highway Star," "Speed King.

Me again: I think, with the exception of the EP one, are shows from recent years.
   




If you order "Live Encounters" you should have no problem recieving it now,but it's not as essential as the rest here,so I'd save it and "Perihelion" for last,but every other one of these are first class imo.
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Thanks for the info. I wish they had classic concert clips or show from MK II back in the day though.....

Speaking of,is thereany MK II footage on DVD i.e. concerts. I'm thinking official releases but unofficial works too. emoticon
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Next year will have the release of a DVD from a March 1972 performance of DP with some bits of a 1973 performance as well.

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...and well worth waiting for.
There are some very rare pieces and clips going around,but you'll wind up with a headache the size of mine if you get too involved in obtaining them,it's best to just wait till they all make some kind of official release,which they likely will,as I've been seeing this as the big picture for some time now,just when I get ahold of that cherished little piece of film,I hear something about it being cleaned up and packaged nicely,then released,usually with long delays,but what I'm saying is that since this is the video age,it will most likely all see some sort of release,sooner or later.
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wait for ST2 release 72/73 stuff.

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Thanks for the info.

In the meantime, I'll rent the '99 Australia show.

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...good choice,lots of extra bonus footage there. emoticon
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