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"Live Encounters" DVD


"Recorded at one of their recent live shows in Katowice"...er, looks like the '96 set list to me emoticon.

Anybody know anything about this DVD...like the release date?

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Where did you see this one? Can't see any info on the Highway Star about it.

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Re: "Live Encounters" DVD


quote:

Big J wrote:

Where did you see this one? Can't see any info on the Highway Star about it.



http://www.101cd.com/music/info.asp?id=811122&asptnr=2172

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This is weird... Haven't seen anything on this, Amazon and Play certainly don't stock it... Release date on 101cd apparently is 27/09/04, suppose we'll know what it is soon enough! Wouldn't mind a 1996 show on official DVD to be honest!
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Very strange,
there is a bootleg DVD going round from this show ( Katowicze 03-06-96 )with a very good quality. It was broadcast by the polish TV.
I don`t think that it`s an official licened product. Maby someone took this bootleg material and release it without having the rights.

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sweet !!! i hope this is for real , i wouldnt mind this one emoticon

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the setlist is great, and I really want it, but it smell (a lot) as a bootleg one.

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As well as the DVD there's also:

a Slim box DVD + 2CD set (inc. bonus track) - limited to 2000 copies.

a Digibox DVD + 2CD set (inc. bonus track) - limited to 5000 copies.

a triple LP limited to 2000 copies.

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I'm game...we'll see how it turns out,sounds very interesting.
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Dear Friend,

This dvd is official. here are more news. I found this news from polish distributor

all the best

Johan

METAL MIND PRODUCTIONS
presents:

DEEP PURPLE
Live Encounters….

 

Label: Metal Mind Records
Distribution: Metal Mind Productions
Genre: hard rock
Street date: 27/09/2004
Territory: Russia & all former USSR Republics, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia & all former Yugoslavian Republics, Greece, Turkey, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldavia.

FORMATS:
DVD, NTSC, Region 0
Cat. Nr: MMP DVD 0031
Barcode: 5907785025417
Total running time: 210 min, DVD-9

DIGI BOX incl. DVD + 2 CD
Limited to 5.000 copies, (incl. 1 bonus track)
Cat. Nr: MMP DVD 0032
Barcode: 5907785025424
Total running time: 315 min.

SLIM BOX incl. DVD + 2 CD
Limited to 2.000 copies, (incl. 1 bonus track)
Cat. Nr: MMP DVD 0033
Barcode: 5907785025530
Total running time: 315 min.


 3 LP gatefold release
Limited to 2.000 copies (incl. 1 bonus track)
Cat. Nr: MMP LPBOX 0002
Barcode: 5907785025431
Total running time: 115 min.


3 LP purple vinyl gatefold release
Limited to 1.500 manually numerated copies (incl. 1 bonus track)
Cat. Nr: MMP LPBOX 0003
Barcode: 5907785025448
Total running time: 115 min.

ATTENTION: Every format comes in a different cover!

Track List
1. Fireball
2. Maybe I'm a Leo
3. Ted the Mechanic
4. Pictures of Home
5. Black Night
6. Cascades I'm Not Your Lover / Steve Morse's solo
7. Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming
8. Woman from Tokyo
9. Rosa's Cantina
10. Smoke on the Water
11. Jon Lord's solo
12. When a Blind Man Cries
13. Speed King
14. Perfect Strangers
15. Hey Cisco
16. Highway Star

Bonus track: ‘No One Came’ only on audio versions like cd or lp

Sales points
-Recording of a brilliant DP show recorded in Katowice, Poland!!!
-The band performs their greatest hits, incl. Black Night, Perfect Strangers, Highway Star, Speed King, and many more
-Fully animated menu
-Biography
-4 interviews (Gillan, Glover, Paice, Morse)
-Discography
-Photo gallery consisting of pictures from the whole of the European tour as well as pictures from recording the DVD
-Desktop images
-Weblinks
-Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound

Biography
The Montreux Jazz Festival, Royal Albert Hall, Melbourne Entertainment Centre, a Blizzard somewhere in the Alps, Tokyo, Rio, Moscow's Olympic Hall, Cape Town, Bangalore, La Paz, Toronto and Kansas City.
What do they have in common? They are just a few of the places where you could have seen a Deep Purple show over the last couple of years. Simply reading the itineraries gives you an idea of how this band operates on a truly international level.
Deep Purple is not a conformist group. There never was, nor ever will be, any fawning to trends. What you do get from them are cutting edge performances based on a sound philosophy: "the music comes first". That music comes from within the core spirit of the band, nowhere else. They won't be bagged. Why?
In the sixties and early seventies they were described (by others) as "Progressive" or "Underground", when they made a conscious decision to depart from the "Hush" era in order to record the seminal album "Deep Purple in Rock".
"Fireball", "Machine Head", "Made in Japan" and "Who Do We Think We Are" quickly followed, and they were then tagged (along with Zeppelin and Sabbath) as leaders of the "Hard Rock" explosion. At this point began the gradual disintegration of the famous MK 2 line-up, (Blackmore, Gillan, Glover, Lord, Paice) and some long overdue individual R & R.
The eighties re-union as "Perfect Strangers" shook the world (again) with a fresh look at the music but with a bold detachment that stated "this is Deep Purple". The era was to end in disharmony, however (again), with first Gillan leaving, then Blackmore and then Gillan returning; confusing? Not really.
After the divorce, and seeing this as a genuine opportunity to get back to the music, the guys invited Joe Satriani join as locum, and he spent the best part of a year on the road with the newly revitalised band before returning to his own commitments. The scene was now set for the most important line-up change since '69.
Steve Morse was the only name on the list, and the question he asked, (after a couple of out of town gigs had confirmed the chemistry) "Is there a dress code?" paved the way for a return to the humourous disdain the band have for what they used to call "poseurs".
They never set out to be "Rock Stars". Call them "Classic" and they will laugh and patiently explain that nostalgia is not a creative word. Sure they've been through the mill a few times. However each time they've emerged stronger, and now you see a band that is hard and professional; displaying texture, dynamics and a humanity that can only come from those rare artists who are masters of their craft.
Deep Purple's music has evolved organically into an expressive maturity, and the sell-out shows at the cities mentioned above are testament enough to the massive fan commitment. There's a lot of affection out there for what many say is the greatest of them all.
(taken from www.deep-purple.com)
The band decided to release this DVD thanks to the amazing reception they got in this part of Europe at the following gigs (sold-out venues with capacity from 7.000 to 20.000 people!!):
29/03/02 Kipsalla Hall, Riga, Latvia
30/03/02 Vilniaus Koncertu Ir Sporto Rumai, Vilnius, Lithuania
24/09/02 Lycabettus Theatre, Athens, Greece
25/09/02 Lycabettus Theatre, Athens, Greece
17/11/03 T-mobile Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
18/11/03 Arena, Budapest, Hungary
03/12/03 Spodek, Katowice, Poland
05/12/03 Hala Tivoli, Ljubljana, Slovenia
06/12/03 Fairhall No. 5, Zagreb, Croatia
07/12/03 Sajam - Hala 1, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
08/12/03 Fõnix-Hall, Debrecen, Hungary
28/06/04 Stadion Lekkoatletyczny, Szczecin, Poland
29/06/04 Stadion Legia, Warsaw, Poland

On 11th August 2004 they start over-20-date American-Canadian tour, in October they visit Russia and Ukraine with the Russian leg of Bananas Tour 2004 (17 dates) and in November they play in UK (most of the 9 planned gigs are already sold out).

Line-up
Ian Gillan - vocals
Roger Glover - bass
Jon Lord - keyboards
Steve Morse - guitar
Ian Paice - drums

Website
www.deep-purple.com


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