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Live at the California Jam

Deep Purple

Type:
Video
Release date:
October 21st, 1981
Catalog ID:
BBCV 4019
Label:
BBC Video
Format:
VHS
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1. Burn 05:35   Show lyrics
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2. Might Just Take Your Life 04:35   Show lyrics
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3. Mistreated 06:53   Show lyrics
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4. Smoke on the Water 07:12   Show lyrics
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5. You Fool No One 13:30   Show lyrics
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6. The Mule 05:05   Show lyrics
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7. Space Truckin' 25:29   Show lyrics
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David Coverdale Vocals
Ritchie Blackmore Guitars
Jon Lord (R.I.P. 2012) Keyboards
Glenn Hughes Bass, Vocals
Ian Paice Drums
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Released on video, laserdisc, and DVD over the years. DVD is a 2000 release.

During "Space Truckin'", one of the speakers blows out. The performance was aired over ABC TV, with all the technical difficulties intact. However, one song, "Lay Down, Stay Down" is missing even though it was performed.

Re-released by Connoisseur Collection in 1991 as Live At The California Jam.

The complete concert with "Lay Down, Stay Down" was re-released on DVD under the title Live in California 74 in 2005.

This new edition also contains audio commentary over the concert titles, the history behind the DVD release and picture gallery. Tracklist:
1. Intro (01:04)
2. Arrival at Airport (01:27)
3. Burn (07:30)
4. Might Just Take Your Life (05:54)
5. Lay Down, Stay Down (05:10)
6. Mistreated (12:12)
7. Smoke on the Water (08:55)
8. You Fool No One (19:07)
9. Space Truckin' (25:39)
10. Audio commentary by Jon Kirkman (1:25:56)
11. Burn (alt. angle) (bonus track) (08:21)
12. Might Just Take Your Life (alt. angle) (bonus track) (05:02)
13. Highway Star (preview) (06:25)
14. Super 8mm Film (10:18)

"Highway Star" is a preview of Archive Series, Vol. 1 Live in Concert 72/73, recorded Live 1.03.1972 at K.B. Hallen in Copenhagen, Denmark

The "Super 8mm Film" are three silent super 8mm film tapes recorded by Deep Purple's sound engineer on the 1974 US tour, Robert Simon (aka Captain Californie). The clips show the band relaxing before the gig and Simon's view at the pyrotechnics from the control tower.

Recording information:

Recorded Live 6.04.1974 at the Ontario Speedway near Los Angeles, California, United States.

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