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Concerto for Group and Orchestra

Deep Purple / The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Type:
Collaboration
Release date:
December 10th, 1969
Catalog ID:
T-131
Label:
Tetragrammaton Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 95%)
Side A
1. First Movement 19:20   instrumental
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2. Second Movement: Andante Part 1 19:10   Show lyrics
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Side B
3. Second Movement: Andante Conclusion 13:07   Show lyrics
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4. Third Movement 05:51   instrumental
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  57:28  
Band members
Deep Purple
Roger Glover Bass
Ian Paice Drums
Ritchie Blackmore Guitars
Jon Lord (R.I.P. 2012) Organ
Ian Gillan Vocals
Guest/Session
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestra
Malcolm Arnold (R.I.P. 2006) Conductor
Miscellaneous staff
Martin Birch Engineering
Dave Siddle Engineering
Jon Lord (R.I.P. 2012) Liner notes
Ian Gillan Lyrics
Tony Edwards Executive producer
John Coletta (R.I.P. 2006) Executive producer
Deep Purple
Roger Glover Bass
Ian Paice Drums
Ritchie Blackmore Guitars
Jon Lord (R.I.P. 2012) Organ
Ian Gillan Vocals
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestra
Malcolm Arnold (R.I.P. 2006) Conductor
Martin Birch Engineering
Dave Siddle Engineering
Jon Lord (R.I.P. 2012) Liner notes
Ian Gillan Lyrics
Tony Edwards Executive producer
John Coletta (R.I.P. 2006) Executive producer
Read When Two Worlds Meet 95% Metal_Thrasher90 December 2nd, 2014

First issued (gatefolded) in December 1969 in U.S.A. on Tetragrammaton Records T 131.
(This edition was short lived as the company went bust in early 1970).
The distribution in U.S.A. was then managed by Warner Bros. WS 1860.
First UK edition on Harvest SHVL 767 in January 1970 (Two versions are in circulation: V1 laminated only outside and printed by E.J.Day - V2 laminated inside as well and printed by Gerrard & Lofthouse).
Four different vinyl versions in Japan chronological (all Warner Bros.):
BP 8962 (June 1970), P 8093W, P 6504W, P10331W (1976).

  • Harvest (1970-01, UK) SHVL 767
  • Harvest, Pathé Marconi EMI (1970, France) 2C 064-90 749, 2C 064 90749
  • Harvest, EMI Electrola (1970, Germany) 1C 062-90 749

Recording information:

Recorded Live on 24.03.1969 at Royal Albert Hall in London, The United Kingdom with the De Lane Lea Recording Studios Mobile Unit

Added by: oneyoudontknow Modified by: JohnnyDays
Added on: 2010-01-26 06:56:35 Last modified on: 2016-06-22 17:29:43