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Vault DVD


Has anyone seen or bought the Masters from the vault DVD?I keep reading bad and then good reviews about it...
Anything rare on it ?

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Short answer no. Has a bunch of previously available on DVD Purple and Gillan (circa Naked Thunder clips) plus Doing Their Thing botched up and inserted in random order amongst them... Avoid.
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http://com3.runboard.com/bdeeppurplefanforum.fdvds.t9

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Just an extra question: Is it a Live version of Hallelujah?
I'm not familiar with the Beat club and other TV shows so...

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No, they're miming to the single.

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Nigel Youngwrote:

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No, they're miming to the single.




It's my understanding that it was filmed at Rogers audition
and was recorded for the single at the time.
Making it atleast live in the tv studio.
No miming here as far as I know,I don't know of any
Beat Club videos that were mimed.


Please elaborate and reveal a source Nigel
I would love to know the truth about this once and for all.
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Gillans micstand wrote:

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It's my understanding that it was filmed at Rogers audition
and was recorded for the single at the time.
Making it atleast live in the tv studio.



Roger's audition was the first studio session for the single, 7th June. After that he was in. There were two more sessions at De Lane Lea, 12th June & 17th June. You think they'd record a single in a TV studio???

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No miming here as far as I know,I don't know of any
Beat Club videos that were mimed.



Have another look at the video - it's mimed! Beat Club went through a couple of years when, sadly, most were miming. There's a classic film of Cream miming with Jack Bruce using a six-string guitar instead of a bass emoticon

Sources? Access to personal diaries, management stuff, etc.

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I've always been under the impression that Gillan + Glover's first audition(s)/session(s) with Deep Purple were (understandably, given the circumstances) pretty low key, if not outright "shady" affairs. Didn't the fact they were being auditioned need to be kept from both Evans + Simper, seeing as Purple still had some commitments to play out with those two, and in those days the band really couldn't afford cancelations?
This is to say nothing about how Gloria Bristow would've reacted if there was more revenue to be extracted from Purple's management via a tv appearance by Gillan + Glover with Deep Purple, when they were still, technically, members of Episode Six.
By the way, what was the settlement between Coletta/Edwards and Bristow? I seem to remember a certain amount of money being mentioned as changing hands, and an agreement that Gillan + Glover would play out a half a dozen or so show commitments with Episode Six. Were there any other concessions made by Purple's management?

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Nigel,
I never said it wasn't mimed Purple just haven't been
as much of a fact case study for me as they have for you in the last 15 years or so.
I've been too busy concentrating on Merchandise and compiling cat numbers.
It was once believd to be live according to a few obviously misinformed sources,but that was many years ago.
(before mass circulation of the video assuming it had to do with the rights to it)

Nice to have people like you banging the old noodle for us. emoticon

Thanks for revealing the source of this.
Is the access you have straight from management
as far as personal diary's and such go?
Or is it second hand through people like Simon?


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Nigel Young wrote:
 There's a classic film of Cream miming with Jack Bruce using a six-string guitar instead of a bass emoticon
 



Isn't that the short-scale Fender Bass VI he used before the EB-3?, the one that can be seen on the inside covers of the Fresh Cream and Disraeli Gears CDs, (don't have the LPs so I don't know if it's in those), being played on the presumably posed stage shot and next to Clapton's Psychadelic SG respectvely.

I've seen Cream doing Strange Brew and I Feel Free on Beat Club, the thing I remember about them mocking the miming is during the "I can walk down the street" part of I Feel Free, Jack Bruce pauses and sticks his tongue out.
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