The vinyl box of MIJ just has a paperback version of the hardback book featured in cd box set. No tour program or family tree. Three gatefold sleeves, which are great, 3 vinyl set of each night. BackToBlack have done a fantastic job of the pressings themselves, the sound great.
Hi. I’ve trawled everywhere but I cannot find an answer to this. Does the 9 LP box version of Made In Japan have the memorabilia as listed on most sites? The tour programme in particular? I don’t think it does from the photos I’ve seen. I’d like the stuff and vinyl, but would have to get the Cd box for that. I already have a blu-ray version.
Here’s the big box then; it turns out the three ten inch singles are bits and bobs from the Now What live recordings. Otherwise it’s the LP and CD, and the DVD. Everything else is memorabilia; poster, sticker, prints and a shirt. The little box is the CD, DVD and shirt. Size is L by […]
The flyers for the London gig on the Rainbow tour in June are now about and show a busy bill, with Sweet, Blue Oyster Cult and others supporting, plus a second stage and even a comedy tent. Rare films, a beer tent and a vinyl record fair complete the attractions! Quite an inventive day if […]
Given the band’s look for the new LP it’s appropriate that they have now added a date in Finland in November! Thanks to Mark Maddock – who now has not excuse not to go, it’s only down the road. Ole Sandgaard Andersen says they have also added Denmark to the tour two days later, and […]
I know it’s Monday morning, but can we try and solve a conundrum? Put simply, has anyone out there got a genuine U.S. Warner Brothers white label promotional copy of Machine Head? Working on the discography for the upcoming book on the album and talking to collectors like Pericle in Italy, nobody seems to have […]
Some great reviews from Glenn Hughes‘ UK tour, and after last night’s show in Leeds at The Church, it’s not hard to see why. A tight, gritty and heavy barnstorming performance, with a tremendous rendition of Soul Mover which I will remember for a long time. Quite how Glenn managed to find the energy to […]
I thought I heard her calling my name… Just realised I’ve not posted the final Infinite track list for the standard CD, so there are the titles for those who might have missed them. 1. Time for Bedlam 2. Hip Boots 3. All I’ve Got is You 4. One Night in Vegas 5. Get Me […]
Deep Purple have announced their American dates for 2017, 19 dates in all through August into September. The shows are co-headed with Alice Cooper, with both bands getting equal billing on the poster (which is one I won’t be in any hurry to blag for the archives!) and opening act is Edgar Winter. AC and […]
Ian Paice is doing another of his occasional shows with tribute band Purpendicular later this month. It is part of the Giants of Rock season being staged at Butlin’s holiday camp in Minehead from Jan 27-30th. The full roster is quite impressive, with Steve Hackett, Jethro Tull, Barclay James Harvest etc. Other Purple People include […]
Well, a busy end to 2016 and 2017 hits the ground running. Infinite (the new LP, see below for a catch up) editions have sort of been winkled out of various European sites, and the album will come in the now familiar slightly confusing array of formats, all due in April 2017. As best people […]