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Thursday, 19 July 2012

Jon Lord (keyboards)


BANDS:
BANDPERIODDETAILS
Bill Ashton Group [1962] 
Don Wilson Group [1963] 
Red Bludd´s Bluesicians [1963] 
The Great Organ-ised [1963-Oct 64] 
The Artwoods [1964-1967]3 albums + 3 compilations
The St Valentine´s Day Massacre [1967-Jan 68]1 album
The Artbirds [1968] 
Santa Barbara Machine Head [1968] 
Riot Squad [?] 
The Flowerpot Men [Jan 68-Feb 68] 
Roundabout [Mar 68-Apr 68] 
Deep Purple [Apr 68-Mar 76]29 albums + 15 compilations
Ashton & Lord [Sep 74] (1 gig)2 albums
Paice Ashton & Lord [Aug 76-Apr 78]2 albums
Maggie Bell Band [Jul 78] (1 gig) 
Whitesnake [Aug 78-Jan 82]9 albums + 7 compilations
Pete York Band [Mar 82-Apr 82]5 albums + 2 compilations
Whitesnake (again) [Sep 82-Apr 84] 
Pete York Band (again) [?] 
Deep Purple (again) [Apr 84-Feb 02] 
Pete York Band (again) [1989] 
Pete York Band (again) [1990] 
Jon Lord Band [1995-Jul 12]6 albums
The Meek [2003] 

BIOGRAPHY:

Keyboardist supreme, Jon Lord was born Jonathan Douglas Lord in Leicester, England on June 9th, 1941.

This page is not complete, but I wanted to publish it soon as my tribute to Jon. You´ll find that the discography is far from complete, and I´m missing many of Jon Lord solo ventures after his definitive retirement from Deep Purple, but I´ll be including the additional info as soon as I can.


BILL ASHTON COMBO


Around 1962, Jon Lord joins his first band, a jazz outfit called Bill Ashton Combo:

BILL ASHTON COMBO #?
1962
Bill Ashton
sax
Jon Lord
keyboards
+ others unknown to me. Help!



DON WILSON GROUP


In 1963, Jon Lord joins Don Wilson Quartet:

DON WILSON GROUP #?
1963
Derek Griffiths
guitar
Don Wilson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Reg Dunnage
drums
Red Bludd´s Bluesiciansê
Red Bludd´s Bluesiciansê
Red Bludd´s Bluesiciansê
Red Bludd´s Bluesiciansê

They also gigged under the name Red Bludd´s Bluesicians (Red Bludd being a pseudonym for Don Wilson).

Other info on members of Don Wilson Group (I know up to 4 members)
To be covered (1): Derek Griffiths


RED BLUDD´S BLUESICIANS


Red Bludd´s Bluesicians were the same band as Don Wilson Quartet, but changed their name when they played r&b instead of more jazz-oriented repertoire. This was still in 1963:

RED BLUDD´S BLUESICIANS #?
1963
êDon Wilson Quartet
êDon Wilson Quartet
êDon Wilson Quartet
Derek Griffiths
guitar
Don Wilson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Reg Dunnage
drums
The Great Organ-isedê
The Great Organ-isedê
The Great Organ-isedê
The Great Organ-isedê

After some time, they joined forces with Art Wood as The Great Organ-ised.

Other info on members of Red Bludd´s Bluesicians (I know up to 4 members)
To be covered (1): Derek Griffiths


THE GREAT ORGAN-ISED


When the Don Wilson Quartet joined forces with vocalist Art Wood in 1963, they changed their name initially to New Art Wood Combo, later changed to The Great Organ-ised:

THE GREAT ORGAN-ISED #1
1963-1964
êArt Wood Combo
êDon Wilson Quartet
êDon Wilson Quartet
êDon Wilson Quartet
êDon Wilson Quartet
Art Wood
vocals
Derek Griffiths
guitar
Don Wilson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Reg Dunnage
drums


In February 1964, Don Wilson was injured in a car accident suffered by the band, and had to leave.

In February 1964, Malcolm Poole joins The Great Organ-ised:

THE GREAT ORGAN-ISED #2
1964
Art Wood
vocals
Derek Griffiths
guitar
Malcolm Poole
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Reg Dunnage
drums

They recorded some tracks, but they´ve never been released.

The band went professional in July 1964, but Reg Dunnage left at this point.

In July 1964, Mitchell Mitchell joins The Great Organ-ised:

THE GREAT ORGAN-ISED #3
1964-Oct 64
Art Wood
vocals
Derek Griffiths
guitar
Malcolm Poole
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Mitch Mitchell
drums
Artwoodsê
Artwoodsê
Artwoodsê
Artwoodsê

But he only played a few gigs, with the band. He was replaced by Keef Hartley, and this change was also followed by a change in the band name, now known as Artwoods.

Other info on members of The Great Organ-ised (I know up to 7 members)
To be covered (4): Derek Griffiths, Mitch Mitchell, Malcolm Poole, Art Wood


THE ARTWOODS


The Artwoods was formed when several members of Red Bludd´s Bluesicians were joined by Keef Hartley and Malcolm Poole, around the end of 1964:

THE ARTWOODS #1
1964-Apr 67
Art Wood
vocals
Derek Griffiths
guitar
Malcolm Poole
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Keef Hartley
drums

After an album, Keef left them (to join John Mayall) in April 1967, being replaced by Colin Martin.

They released an album, Art Gallery, as well as an EP, Jazz in jeans. Now, Art Gallery has been reissued on CD with 14 bonus tracks!! (including that EP).

100 Oxford Street is a compilation with several tracks from their album, plus several singles, from the period 1964-1966. It has 16 tracks, including one track with this funny title: ´I'm looking for a saxophonist, doubling French horn, wearing size 37 boots´, co-written by Keef.

This was the second lineup for The Artwoods, in 1967:

THE ARTWOODS #2
Apr 67-1967
Art Wood
vocals
Derek Griffiths
guitar
Malcolm Poole
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Colin Martin
drums
The St Valentine´s Day Massacreê
The St Valentine´s Day Massacreê
The St Valentine´s Day Massacreê
The St Valentine´s Day Massacreê
The St Valentine´s Day Massacreê

In their final days, they renamed to The St Valentine´s Day Massacre.

Other info on members of The Artwoods (I know up to 6 members)
Already covered (1): Keef Hartley
Old pages (1): Colin Martin
To be covered (3): Derek Griffiths, Malcolm Poole, Art Wood


THE ST VALENTINE´S DAY MASSACRE


The St Valentine´s Day Massacre was the new name for the last incarnation of The Artwoods, in 1967:

THE ST VALENTINE´S DAY MASSACRE #1
1967-Jan 68
êThe Artwoods
êThe Artwoods
êThe Artwoods
êThe Artwoods
êThe Artwoods
Art Wood
vocals
Derek Griffiths
guitar
Malcolm Poole
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Colin Martin
drums
The Artbirdsê
The Artbirdsê

They released a single, ´Brother can you spare a dime / Al´s party´ in 1967. It can be found in the CD reissue of The Artwoods´ Art gallery. After null success, Art Wood and Jon Lord moved to another project, The Artbirds, while the rest carried on for a while with new members.

Other info on members of The St Valentine´s Day Massacre (I know up to 7 members)
Old pages (1): Colin Martin
To be covered (3): Derek Griffiths, Malcolm Poole, Art Wood


THE ARTBIRDS


The Artbirds was a very short-lived project, formed in 1968 (or was still 1967?):

THE ARTBIRDS #1
1968
êThe St Valentine´s Day Massacre
êThe St Valentine´s Day Massacre
Art Wood
vocals
Ron Wood
guitar
Kim Gardner
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
John ´Twink´ Adler
drums
Santa Barbara Machine Headê
Santa Barbara Machine Headê
Santa Barbara Machine Headê
Santa Barbara Machine Headê

The name comes from the mixture of ex-members of The Birds and The Artwoods. But, before they were to start a recording session, Art Wood left the project. The other carried on under the name Santa Barbara Machine Head.

Other info on members of The Artbirds (I know up to 5 members)
To be covered (4): John ´Twink´ Adler, Kim Gardner, Art Wood, Ron Wood


SANTA BARBARA MACHINE HEAD


Santa Barbara Machine Head was the followup of The Artbirds minus Art Wood:

SANTA BARBARA MACHINE HEAD #1
1968
êThe Artbirds
êThe Artbirds
êThe Artbirds
êThe Artbirds
Ron Wood
guitar
Kim Gardner
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
John ´Twink´ Adler
drums

The band recorded three tracks that appeared later in some blues compilations (such as Blues anytime 4).

Other info on members of Santa Barbara Machine Head (I know up to 4 members)
To be covered (3): John ´Twink´ Adler, Kim Gardner, Ron Wood


RIOT SQUAD


I once read that Jon Lord was a member of Riot Squad, but I need to find more details:

RIOT SQUAD #?
?
Jon Lord
keyboards
+ others unknown to me. Help!

Other info on members of Riot Squad (I know up to 9 members)
To be covered (2): Graham Bonnet, Mitch Mitchell


THE FLOWERPOT MEN


The Flowerpot Men backing band playing as openers, before the vocalists appeared - from a German TV appearance in Munich. From left to right: Ged Peck, Carlo Little, Nick Simper, Jon Lord (not shown) - copyright of the photo: Ged Peck


In January 1968, the great Jon Lord replaces Davidson:

THE FLOWERPOT MEN #?
Jan 68-Feb 68
Tony Burrows
vocals
Neil Landon
vocals
Pete Nelson
vocals
Robin Shaw
vocals
+
Ged Peck
guitar
Nick Simper
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Carlo Little
drums
Roundaboutê
Roundaboutê

They toured Europe, covering Denmark, Holland and Germany. But, just a month later, in February 1968, Lord and Simper leave to form Roundabout (the seed for Deep Purple).

Other info on members of The Flowerpot Men (I know up to 14 members)
Already covered (2): Tex Makins, Ged Peck
Old pages (1): Micky Keene
To be covered (10): Tony Burrows, Johnny Carroll, Billy Davidson, Gordon Haskell, Neil Landon, Carlo Little, Pete Nelson, Robin Shaw, Nick Simper, Mick Stewart


ROUNDABOUT


Roundabout was a project conceived by Chris Curtis that was the seed for Deep Purple, although Chris Curtis was soon out of it, as well as Dave Curtis. This was the first proper lineup, in March 1968:

ROUNDABOUT #1
Mar 68
êThe Maze
Rod Evans
vocals
Ritchie Blackmore
guitar
Nick Simper
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Bobby Woodman
drums

But Bobby Woodman also left immediately, and Rod Evans brought Ian Paice, his bandmate from The Maze.

This was the second edition of Roundabout, still in March 1968:

ROUNDABOUT #1
Mar 68-Apr 68
êThe Maze
Rod Evans
vocals
Ritchie Blackmore
guitar
Nick Simper
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums
Deep Purpleê
Deep Purpleê
Deep Purpleê
Deep Purpleê
Deep Purpleê

In April 1968, they changed their name to Deep Purple (and went to worldwide fame...).

Other info on members of Roundabout (I know up to 8 members)
To be covered (6): Ritchie Blackmore, Chris Curtis, Rod Evans, Ian Paice, Nick Simper, Bobby Woodman


DEEP PURPLE


In April 1968, Deep Purple plays their debut:

DEEP PURPLE #1
Apr 68-Jul 69
êRoundabout
êRoundabout
êRoundabout
êRoundabout
êRoundabout
Rod Evans
vocals
Ritchie Blackmore
guitar
Nick Simper
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums

But, after 3 albums (Shades of Deep Purple, The book of Talyesin and Deep Purple) and 15 months together, Evans and Simper left.

In July 1969, Deep Purple gets two new members, Ian Gillan and Roger Glover:

DEEP PURPLE #2
Jul 69-Jun 73
Ian Gillan
vocals
Ritchie Blackmore
guitar
Roger Glover
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums

This is the classical lineup for Deep Purple. They recorded several masterpieces for any hard rock aficionado. They were so fantastic, love ´em! The albums were: Concerto for group and orchestra (recorded live with an orchestra and released in January 1970), the magistral In rock (June 1970), Fireball (September 1971), the legendary Machine head (May 1972), the immortal double live Made in Japan (December 1972), and their last effort, Who do we think we are (released in March 1973).

But in July 1973, Gillan and Glover left the band after some inner tensions. They needed to find appropiate replacements for them (and they succeeded in that).

In July 1973, we have Deep Purple mark #3, with superb newcomers David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes:

DEEP PURPLE #3
Jun 73-May 75
David Coverdale
vocals
Ritchie Blackmore
guitar
Glenn Hughes
bass, vocals
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums
Rainbowê

They released the albums Burn (February 1974) and Stormbringer (December 1974).

And then, in May 1975, founder member Ritchie Blackmore announced his departure (to start his own project Rainbow).

In June 1975, after trying with different guitarists (such as Clem Clempson), Deep Purple announced that Tommy Bolin was the new member:

DEEP PURPLE #4
Jun 75-Mar 76
David Coverdale
vocals
Tommy Bolin
guitar
Glenn Hughes
bass, vocals
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums

They only released one album Come taste the band in December 1975, with a quite evident change in style.

In March 1976, the band announced their split (although it would resurrect their Mark #2 many years later in April 1984, as we´re going to read).

ASHTON & LORD


After leaving Family, Tony Ashton teamed with his mate Jon Lord. They recorded an album with lots of friends and guests, First of the big bands. Some guests in the album are: Jim Cregan (guitar), Jerry Donahue (guitar), Peter Frampton (guitar), Pat Donaldson (bass), Dick Parry (sax), Howie Casey (horns), Dave Caswell (trumpet), Mike Davies (trumpet), John Mumford (trombone), Frank Ricotti (percussion), Carmine Appice (drums), Terry Cox (drums), Ian Paice (drums), and backing vocals by Madeline Bell, Tony Ferguson, Jimmy Helms, Kenny Rowe, Graham White, Joanne Williams, Roger Willis.

The album was released in March 1974, but some months later, Ashton & Lord wanted to play a live concert to promote it. That's when they assemble an all-star lineup:

ASHTON & LORD #1
Sep 74
Tony Ashton
vocals, keyboards
Jon Lord
keyboards
Jim Cregan
guitar
Ray Fenwick
guitar
Pat Donaldson
bass
Mike Davis
trumpet
John Mumford
trombone
Howie Casey
sax
Dick Parry
sax
Frank Ricotti
percussion, vibes
Ian Paice
drums
Carmine Appice
drums
Madeline Bell
vocals
Grahame White
vocals
Jimmy Helms
vocals
Kenny Rowe
vocals
Tony Ferguson
vocals
Joanne Williams
vocals
Roger Willis
vocals

The concert was held on September 15th, 1974. A live album from those concerts was released almost 20 years later. It's BBC Radio One Live in concert.

Other info on members of Ashton & Lord (I know up to 18 members)
Already covered (2): Dave Caswell, Joanne Williams
Old pages (2): Pat Donaldson, Dick Parry
To be covered (13): Carmine Appice, Tony Ashton, Madeline Bell, Howie Casey, Mike Davis, Ray Fenwick, Tony Ferguson, Jimmy Helms, Max Middleton, John Mumford, Kenny Rowe, Grahame White, Roger Willis


PAICE ASHTON & LORD


Although the band name implies a trio, Paice Ashton & Lord was a fabulous quintet, formed in August 1976, with help from Bernie Marsden and Paul Martinez:

PAICE ASHTON & LORD #1
Aug 76-Jan 78
êBabe Ruth
êStretch
Tony Ashton
vocals, keyboards
Bernie Marsden
guitar
Paul Martinez
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums

Being a quintet, the band expanded to an 11-piece for 5 concerts in England during March and April 1978:

PAICE ASHTON & LORD #?
Mar 78-Apr 78
Tony Ashton
vocals, keyboards
Bernie Marsden
guitar
Paul Martinez
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums
+
Howie Casey
sax
Reg Brooks
trombone
Gilbert Dall´Ense
horns
Sheila McKinley
backing vocals
Jeanette McKinley
backing vocals

Other info on members of Paice Ashton & Lord (I know up to 11 members)
Already covered (1): Dave Caswell
Old pages (2): Bernie Marsden, Paul Martinez
To be covered (5): Tony Ashton, Reg Brooks, Howie Casey, Sheila McKinley, Ian Paice


MAGGIE BELL BAND


For a gig at the Royal Albert Hall, Maggie Bell was backed by a one-off all-star lineup:

MAGGIE BELL BAND #?
Jul 78
Maggie Bell
vocals
Paul Martinez
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Andy Mackay
sax
Ian Paice
drums

This was July 1978. Oh, I wish I was there!!!

Other info on members of Maggie Bell Band (I know up to 26 members)
Already covered (3): Chris Parren, Jeff Seopardie, Geoff Whitehorn
Old pages (4): Miller Anderson, Colin Hodgkinson, Paul Martinez, Tony Stevens
To be covered (18): Colin Allen, Maggie Bell, Brian Breeze, Patrick Brown, Ronnie Caryl, John Cook, Pat Crumly, Smiley De Jones, Frank Diez, Dave Dowle, Mo Foster, Paul Francis, Anthony Glynne, Joe Jammer, Andy Mackay, Zoot Money, Ian Paice, Pete Wingfield


WHITESNAKE


In August 1978, Jon Lord rejoins his mates David Coverdale and Bernie Marsden in Whitesnake:

WHITESNAKE #3
Aug 78-Jul 79
David Coverdale
vocals
Micky Moody
guitar
Bernie Marsden
guitars
Neil Murray
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Dave Dowle
drums

But Dowle left the band in July 1979, and an old mate joins, Ian Paice.

In August 1979, with Ian Paice´s arrival, Whitesnake gets their most classical lineup:

WHITESNAKE #4
Aug 79-Jan 82
David Coverdale
vocals
Micky Moody
guitar
Bernie Marsden
guitars
Neil Murray
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums

A superb band, both live and in the studio albums.But Dowle left the band in July 1979, and an old mate joins, Ian Paice. In January 1982, the band starts their first hiatus for some months.


PETE YORK BAND


During March and April 1982, Pete York was touring promoting his video Super Drumming, with an all-star band. Jon Lord also joined, as his main band, Whitesnake, was hybernated. The band was called Olympic Rock & Blues Circus:

PETE YORK BAND #?
Mar 82-Apr 82
Chris Farlowe
vocals
John Marshall
guitar
Colin Hodgkinson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Jeff Reynolds
trumpet
James Campagnola
sax
Andre Pet
trombone
Pete York
drums
Charlie Eichert
drums

They played jazz-rock and oldies covers in the small clubs circuit during March and April 1982. They released one album with a slightly different lineup, although Colin doesn't play there (the album was released in 1981 under the name Olympic Rock & Roll Circus, with Brian Auger instead of Lord, and Steve Richardson instead of Colin).


WHITESNAKE (again)


When Whitesnake awakes, Neil Murray and Ian Paice had gone with Gary Moore, and Jon Lord asks Colin Hodkingson to join the band. This was in September 1982:

WHITESNAKE #5
Sep 82-Jan 84
David Coverdale
vocals
Micky Moody
guitar
Mel Galley
guitars
Colin Hodgkinson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Cozy Powell
drums

A superb band!

There is a video from this lineup: Whitesnake commandos - Donington 1983 (1983, EMI). They played in Spain, with Meat Loaf opening the concert.

They only released an album, Slide it in. But there are two different editions of the album. The European one (released on EMI) was recorded with this lineup, but the American edition (released on Geffen) contains all the guitar parts re-released by new guitar axe John Sykes, and it seems that Colin parts were re-recorded by his replacement, Neil Murray.

In January 1984, Whitesnake lineup changed again, and Colin Hodgkinson and Mel Galley left the band.

In January 1984, Neil Murray rejoins Whitesnake, and the new guitar hero is the spectacular John Sykes:

WHITESNAKE #6
Jan 84-Apr 84
David Coverdale
vocals
John Sykes
guitar
Mel Galley
guitars
Neil Murray
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Cozy Powell
drums

But Jon Lord left very soon, in April 1984.

Other info on members of Whitesnake (I know up to 37 members)
Old pages (9): Denny Carmassi, Aynsley Dunbar, Tony Franklin, Colin Hodgkinson, Brian Johnston, Bernie Marsden, Neil Murray, Cozy Powell, Rudy Sarzo
To be covered (27): Doug Aldrich, Tommy Aldridge, Richard Bailey, Reb Beach, Vivian Campbell, David Coverdale, Warren DeMartini, Michael Devin, Dave Dowle, Timothy Drury, Uriah Duffy, Steve Farris, Chris Frazier, Mel Galley, Derek Hilland, Marco Mendoza, Paul Mirkovich, Micky Moody, Ian Paice, Guy Pratt, Brian Ruedy, Pete Solley, John Sykes, Brian Tichy, Brett Tuggle,... up to 27 musicians.


PETE YORK BAND (again)


This is another different lineup for Pete York Band, but I haven´t details about the period they played together:

PETE YORK BAND #?
?
Ray Fenwick
guitar
Steve Fearn
guitar
Charlie McCracken
bass
Bill Coleman
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Roger Munns
keyboards
Tom Bunny
trumpet
Mel Thorpe
sax
Pete York
drums
Ian Paice
drums


DEEP PURPLE (again)


In April 1984, after many years of rumours about Deep Purple coming back to life, it finally happened, with the members of Mark #2:

DEEP PURPLE #5
Apr 84-May 89
Ian Gillan
vocals
Ritchie Blackmore
guitar
Roger Glover
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums

Even though they suffered criticism, I think their new debut album, Perfect strangers was a great album. It was followed by House of blue light (not so good in my opinion, released in January 1987), and the double live album Nobody´s perfect released in August 1988.

And then, the old frictions inside the band reappeared, and Ian Gillan announced he was leaving them in May 1989.


PETE YORK BAND (again)


In October and November 1989, we can find another edition of The Olympic Rock & Blues Circus, led by Pete York:

PETE YORK BAND #?
1989
Chris Farlowe
vocals
Miller Anderson
guitar
Colin Hodgkinson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Tony Ashton
keyboards, vocals
Pete York
drums

Still in October and November 1989, The Olympic Rock & Blues Circus included Zoot Money instead of Tony Ashton:

PETE YORK BAND #?
1989
Chris Farlowe
vocals
Miller Anderson
guitar
Colin Hodgkinson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Zoot Money
keyboards, vocals
Pete York
drums


DEEP PURPLE (again)


After six months trying to get a suitable new singer, Ritchie Blackmore brings his ex-lead singer in Rainbow, Joe Lynn Turner, to become the new Deep Purple vocalist instead of Ian Gillan:

DEEP PURPLE #6
Dec 89-Aug 92
Joe Lynn Turner
vocals
Ritchie Blackmore
guitar
Roger Glover
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums

They released the album Slaves and masters in October 1990, but Turner left soon, in August 1992, and the band asked Ian Gillan to rejoin, which he finally did.


PETE YORK BAND (again)


In March 1990, Pete York´s new band is called Daddy & The Steamers, now with great singer Roger Chapman as frontman:

PETE YORK BAND #?
Mar 90
Roger Chapman
vocals
Miller Anderson
guitar
Colin Hodgkinson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Tony Ashton
keyboards, vocals
Pete York
drums

In June 1990, we have a new edition of Daddy & The Steamers:

PETE YORK BAND #?
Jun 90
Chris Farlowe
vocals
Miller Anderson
guitar
Colin Hodgkinson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Brian Auger
keyboards
Dick Morrissey
sax
Pete York
drums

During July and August 1990, we have a new edition of The Olympus Rhythm & Blues Circus:

PETE YORK BAND #?
Jul 90-Aug 90
Roger Chapman
vocals
Miller Anderson
guitar
Colin Hodgkinson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Tony Ashton
keyboards, vocals
Pete York
drums

Other info on members of Pete York Band (I know up to 37 members)
Old pages (2): Miller Anderson, Colin Hodgkinson
To be covered (17): Tony Ashton, Brian Auger, Alan Barnes, Roger Chapman, Wolfgang Norman Dalheimer, Spencer Davis, Chris Farlowe, Ray Fenwick, Eddie Hardin, Charlie McCracken, Zoot Money, Dick Morrissey, Ian Paice, Jeff Reynolds, Gary Twigg, Harvey Weston, Pete York


DEEP PURPLE (again)


In August 1992, we have Deep Purple mark #2 alive again:

DEEP PURPLE #7
Aug 92-Nov 93
Ian Gillan
vocals
Ritchie Blackmore
guitar
Roger Glover
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums

After a new album, The battle rages on, released in July 1993, now it´s Ritchie Blackmore who would definitely leave the band in November 1993.

In December 1993, Joe Satriani joins Deep Purple as a temporary help for the band while they find a permanent guitarist:

DEEP PURPLE #8
Dec 93-Jul 94
Ian Gillan
vocals
Joe Satriani
guitar
Roger Glover
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums

They didn´t record any studio material, but their concerts were very good, with Satriani fitting perfectly into the band.

In July 1994, Satriani leaves and Steve Morse arrives.

In November 1994, the great Steve Morse joins Deep Purple:

DEEP PURPLE #9
Nov 94-Feb 02
Ian Gillan
vocals
Steve Morse
guitar
Roger Glover
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Ian Paice
drums

Their first album by them was Purpendicular, followed by Abandon, as well as several live albums.

I was lucky to see the band live; I enjoyed the show a lot.

And then, another surprise arrives when founder member Jon Lord was leaving, and Don Airey was announced as their new recruit. They embarked into a farewell tour, but health problems forced that some concerts were already held with Don Airey.

Other info on members of Deep Purple (I know up to 15 members)
Old pages (2): Don Airey, Clem Clempson
To be covered (12): Ritchie Blackmore, Tommy Bolin, David Coverdale, Rod Evans, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Glenn Hughes, Steve Morse, Ian Paice, Joe Satriani, Nick Simper, Joe Lynn Turner


JON LORD BAND


During a break in Deep Purple tours and recordings, Jon Lord reunited with some of his friends, in order to play two gigs. They chose the band name Jon Lord & The Gemini Band:

JON LORD BAND #?
1995
Miller Anderson
guitar
Colin Hodgkinson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Pete York
drums

This happened in July 1995.

Jon assembles a live band for touring Europe to promote his album Pictured within:

JON LORD BAND #
Sam Brown
vocals
Miller Anderson
guitar, vocals
Colin Hodgkinson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Wolfgang Norman Dalheimer
keyboards
Pete York
drums
+
1 keyboardist
more backing vocalists
a string ensemble

This was the Jon Lord Band around February 2003, now called Jon Lord & The Hoochie Coochie Men:

JON LORD BAND #?
2003
Jim Conway
harmonica
Tim Gaze
guitar
Bob Daisley
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Rob Grosser
drums


THE MEEK


In June 2003, Jon Lord joins some of his friends under the name The Meek:

THE MEEK #?
2003
Jimmy Barnes
vocals
Steve Morse
guitar
Bob Daisley
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Lee Kerslake
drums

But Lord would be replaced by Don Airey soon.

Other info on members of The Meek (I know up to 6 members)
Old pages (1): Don Airey
To be covered (3): Bob Daisley, Lee Kerslake, Steve Morse


JON LORD BAND (again)


In September 2003, Jon Lord played gigs under the name Jon Lord & The Trondheim Soloists:

JON LORD BAND #?
2003
Sam Brown
vocals
Miller Anderson
vocals, guitar
Andreas Aase
guitar
Tom Erik Antonsen
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Mario Argandoña
percussion

In October 2004, Jon Lord now plays under the name Jon Lord & The Gemini Orchestra:

JON LORD BAND #?
2004
Sam Brown
vocals
Miller Anderson
vocals, guitar
Jon Lord
keyboards
+ others unknown to me. Help!

For the tour in February and March 2005, Jon Lord & The Gemini Orchestra´s new singer is Sabine Van Baaren:

JON LORD BAND #?
2005
Sabine Van Baaren
vocals
Miller Anderson
vocals, guitar
Jon Lord
keyboards
+ others unknown to me. Help!

New project for Jon Lord in July 2006 is Jon Lord & The Rock Orchestra:

JON LORD BAND #?
2006
Mascha Elstner
vocals
Philip Niessen
guitar
Urs Fuchs
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Mario Argandoña
percussion
Wolf Simon
drums

Also in July 2006, Jon Lord plays again with The Hoochie Coochie Men:

JON LORD BAND #?
2006
Tim Gaze
vocals, guitar
Bob Daisley
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Rob Grosser
drums

Jon Lord reunites some of his old friends for touring around March 2011:

JON LORD BAND #?
2011
Maggie Bell
vocals
Miller Anderson
guitar
Colin Hodgkinson
bass
Jon Lord
keyboards
Zoot Money
keyboards
Pete York
drums

Other info on members of Jon Lord Band (I know up to 24 members)
Old pages (2): Miller Anderson, Colin Hodgkinson
To be covered (10): Mario Argandoña, Brian Auger, Maggie Bell, Sam Brown, Bob Daisley, Wolfgang Norman Dalheimer, Zoot Money, Koji Paul Shigihara, Bert Smaak, Pete York

I felt shocked when I learned that he passed away in London, England on July 16th, 2012 due to a pulmonary embolism. He was also fighting against a pancreatic cancer. Rest in peace.

Deep Purple´s Made in Japan was the first hard rock album I ever heard, and was instantly captivated by their sound. All five men were perfect instrumentists (you can consider Ian Gillan´s voice as another instrument - I got shivers when I heard his battles against lead guitar and organ). This album influenced lots of my musical tastes, and I've always enjoyed B3 Hammond sound a lot, no matter if it appears on rock albums or jazz albums, and Jon Lord is the one who made me love that instrument. Rest in peace, Jon, and thanks for all your music contribution. You´ll never be forgotten.


TRIBUTES TO JON LORD



  • From Pete York (sent to me on July 23rd, 2012):

  • It came as a great shock to hear about Jon. In spite of the fact that everybody told me that this cancer was the worst, I somehow didn't expect this to happen yet. My wife and I both loved our old friend very much and hoped that we'd see him again. I spoke to him on the phone during his illness but never got to see him face to face.
    Always such a distinguished looking guy, maybe he didn't want us to see how this horrible disease had changed his appearance. Anyway we talked and even joked. The funny conversations we had after shows , in the car or on the phone are warm memories, although I can't remember the details of every witty line.
    We made some great music and he brought me into his world, because I could read music a little, and made a better musician out of me. We knew each other since the end of the 60s and I will miss him very much. He was just beginning to be recognised as one of the Uks leading COMPLETE musicians. This recognition should go on so that more people hear what he created and why he composed the way he did. He had emotions and most of the music which is fed to people today does not. Listen and love.

    Pete York

    Visit his site at http://www.peteyork.net.

DISCOGRAPHY: (114 albums known to me - Status: In progress)

OWN ALBUMS (6 credits)
  • Gemini suite - Jon Lord (1970)

    • Members: (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Yvonne Elliman, Roger Glover, Albert Lee, Ian Paice (RIP: Malcolm Arnold, Tony Ashton)
  • Windows - Jon Lord (1974)

    • Members: Pete York (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: David Coverdale, Ray Fenwick, Glenn Hughes (RIP: Tony Ashton)
  • Sarabande - Jon Lord (1976)

    • Members: Pete York (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Paul Karas, Mark Nauseef, Andy Summers
  • Before I forget - Jon Lord (1982)

    • Members: Sam Brown (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Elmer Gantry, Simon Kirke, Bernie Marsden, Neil Murray, Ian Paice, Simon Phillips, Mick Ralphs (RIP: Tony Ashton, Vicki Brown, Boz Burrell, Cozy Powell)
  • Pictured within - Jon Lord (October 1998)

    • Members: Miller Anderson, Sam Brown, Colin Hodgkinson (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Comments: Colin Hodgkinson and Miller Anderson appear on this new album by keyboard maestro Jon Lord. Sam Brown also sings in another song.
  • Beyond the notes - Jon Lord (November 2004)

    • Members: Miller Anderson, Mario Argandoña, Sam Brown, Koji Paul Shigihara, Pete York (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Thijs Van Leer
ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (51 credits)
  • Jazz in jeans (EP) - The Artwoods (April 1966)

    • Members: Derek Griffiths, Malcolm Poole (RIP: Keef Hartley, Jon Lord, Art Wood)
    • Producer: Mike Vernon
    • Technical: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
  • Art gallery - The Artwoods (November 1966)

    • Members: Derek Griffiths, Malcolm Poole (RIP: Keef Hartley, Jon Lord, Art Wood)
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 14 bonus tracks (including their EP Jazz in jeans).
  • Brother can you spare a dime / Al´s party (SINGLE) - The St Valentine´s Day Massacre (1967)

    • Members: Derek Griffiths, Colin Martin, Malcolm Poole (RIP: Jon Lord, Art Wood)
  • Shades of Deep Purple - Deep Purple (1968)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Rod Evans, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • The Book of Talyesin - Deep Purple (1968)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Rod Evans, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Deep Purple - Deep Purple (1969)

    • Members: Rod Evans, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • The Artwoods - Artwoods (1970)

    • Members: Derek Griffiths, Malcolm Poole (RIP: Keef Hartley, Jon Lord, Art Wood)
    • Producer: Mike Vernon
  • Concerto for group and orchestra - Deep Purple (January 1970) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • In rock - Deep Purple (June 1970)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Fireball - Deep Purple (September 1971)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Percussion band - Pete York (1972)

    • Members: Miller Anderson, Ray Fenwick, Eddie Hardin, Ian Paice, Pete York (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Roger Glover, Mick Weaver (RIP: Keef Hartley, Dee Murray, Gary Thain)
  • Machine head - Deep Purple (May 1972)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Made in Japan - Deep Purple (December 1972) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Who do we think we are - Deep Purple (March 1973)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Burn - Deep Purple (February 1974)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • First of the big bands - Tony Ashton & Jon Lord (August 1974)

    • Members: Howie Casey, Dave Caswell (RIP: Tony Ashton, Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Mick Clarke, B J Cole, Gerry Conway, Terry Cox, Roy Dyke, Dennis Elliott, George Ford, Peter Frampton, Sue Glover, Mick Grabham, Sunny Leslie, Mick Liber, Ian Paice, Caleb Quaye, Frank Ricotti, Ron Wood (RIP: Cozy Powell, Doris Troy)
    • Comments: Recorded on and off during a long period, from 1971 to 1974, with different musicians (most of them remained uncredited). The CD reissue from 2004 contains 1 bonus track.
  • Stormbringer - Deep Purple (December 1974)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Come taste the band - Deep Purple (December 1975)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Tommy Bolin, Jon Lord)
  • Made in Europe - Deep Purple (1976) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Producer: Martin Birch
  • Powerhouse - Deep Purple (1977) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Last concert in Japan - Deep Purple (1977) (LIVE)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Tommy Bolin, Jon Lord)
  • Malice in wonderland - Paice Ashton & Lord (March 1977)

    • Members: Reg Brooks, Howie Casey, Dave Caswell, Bernie Marsden, Paul Martinez, Sheila McKinley, Ian Paice (RIP: Tony Ashton, Jon Lord)
    • Producer: Martin Birch
    • Comments: Some CD reissues contains 3 live bonus tracks, while others (2001 reissue) contain 8 bonus tracks taken from the sessions for their unreleased second album.
  • Trouble - Whitesnake (1978)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Dave Dowle, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Live at Hammersmith - Whitesnake (1978) (LIVE)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Dave Dowle, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Love hunter - Whitesnake (1979)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Dave Dowle, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • In concert - Deep Purple (1980) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Live in the heart of the city - Whitesnake (1980) (LIVE)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Dave Dowle, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Ready and willing - Whitesnake (1980)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Come an´ get it - Whitesnake (1981)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Live in London - Deep Purple (1982) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Saints & sinners - Whitesnake (1982)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Ian Paice (RIP: Mel Galley, Jon Lord)
    • Producer: Martin Birch
    • Technical: Greg Fulginiti
  • Whitesnake commandos - Donington 1983 - Whitesnake (1983) (LIVE)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Colin Hodgkinson, Micky Moody (RIP: Mel Galley, Jon Lord, Cozy Powell)
  • Perfect strangers - Deep Purple (1984)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Slide it in - Whitesnake (1984)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Colin Hodgkinson, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, John Sykes (RIP: Mel Galley, Jon Lord, Cozy Powell)
    • Producer: Martin Birch
    • Technical: Keith Olsen
    • Comments: This lineup only released an album, Slide it in. But there are two different editions of the album. The European one (released on EMI) was recorded with this lineup, but the American edition (released on Geffen) contains all the guitar parts re-released by new guitar axe John Sykes, and it seems that Colin Hodgkinson parts were re-recorded by his replacement, Neil Murray, who came back into the band.
  • Scandinavian nights - Deep Purple (1987) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • The House of blue light - Deep Purple (January 1987)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Nobody´s perfect - Deep Purple (August 1988)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Pete York presents Super Drumming volume II (Disk 1) - Pete York (1989) (LIVE)

    • Members: Miller Anderson, Eddie Hardin, Colin Hodgkinson, Pete York (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Bill Bruford, Billy Cobham, Dave Mattacks, Nicko McBrain, Nippy Noya, Freddie Santiago, Wolfgang Schmid, Zak Starkey, Peter Woelpl
    • Comments: The second volume was released in two different, separate disks. These are the lineups for Pete York presents Super Drumming volume II: Pete York (drums) Billy Cobham (drums) Zak Starkey (drums) Dave Mattacks (drums) Nicko McBrain (drums) Bill Bruford (drums) + The "SD" Band: Peter Wölpl (guitar) Wolfgang Schmid (bass) Gert Wilden Jr. (keyboards) + The "R&B" Band: Miller Anderson (guitar, vocals) Colin Hodgkinson (bass, vocals) Eddie Hardin (keyboards) + special guests: Jon Lord (keyboards) Rick Keller (sax) Nippy Noya (percussion) Freddie Santiago (percussion) Both albums (disks 1 & 2) were recorded live in Volklingen/Saarland, in August 1988. These are the songs where Colin plays in disk 1: In 'Limin' track' (part of a medley): Miller Anderson (guitar) Colin Hodgkinson (bass, vocals) Zak Starkey (drums) In 'Tamp 'em up solid' (part of a medley): Miller Anderson (guitar, vocals) Colin Hodgkinson (bass) Pete York (drums) In 'Down south': Colin Hodgkinson (vocals) Wolfgang Schmid (bass) Dave Mattacks (drums) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Old man river': Colin Hodgkinson (bass) Wolfgang Schmid (bass) Pete York (drums) In 'Medley: Lady Madonna / Norwegian wood': Colin Hodgkinson (bass) Eddie Hardin (keyboards) Pete York (drums) In 'Gimme some lovin'' (part of a medley): Eddie Hardin (vocals) Zak Starkey (drums) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'I'm a man' (part of a medley): Miller Anderson (vocals) Zak Starkey (drums) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band
  • Pete York presents Super Drumming volume II (Disk 2) - Pete York (1989) (LIVE)

    • Members: Miller Anderson, Eddie Hardin, Colin Hodgkinson, Pete York (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Bill Bruford, Billy Cobham, Dave Mattacks, Nicko McBrain, Nippy Noya, Freddie Santiago, Wolfgang Schmid, Zak Starkey, Peter Woelpl
    • Comments: These are the songs where Colin plays in disk 2: In 'Route 66': Zak Starkey (drums) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'The pike strikes back': Colin Hodgkinson (bass) Eddie Hardin (keyboards) Zak Starkey (drums) Pete York (drums) Stg. McMaidland (pipe) In 'Maria' (part of a West Side Story medley): Zak Starkey (drums) Wolfgang Schmid (keyboards) + The "R&B" Band In 'Somewhere' (part of a West Side Story medley): Miller Anderson (vocals) Dave Mattacks (drums) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band
  • Pete York presents Super Drumming volume 3 - Pete York (1990) (LIVE)

    • Members: Miller Anderson, Brian Auger, Colin Hodgkinson, Ian Paice, Pete York (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Mark Brzezicki, Steve Ferrone, Trilok Gurtu, Jon Hiseman, Herman Rarebell, Freddie Santiago, Barbara Thompson (RIP: Ed Thigpen)
    • Comments: And these are the lineups for Pete York presents Super Drumming volume 3: Pete York (drums) Steve Ferrone (drums) Jon Hiseman (drums) Hermann Rarebell (drums) Ian Paice (drums) Mark Brezicki (drums) Jim Killpatrick (drums) Ed Thigpen (drums) + The "SD III" Band: Frank Nimsgern (guitar) Jon Lord (keyboards) Barbara Thompson (sax) Rick Keller (sax) Freddie Santiago (percussion) Glen Velez (percussion) Trilok Gurtu (percussion) + The "R&B" Band: Miller Anderson (guitar, vocals) Colin Hodgkinson (bass, vocals) Brian Auger (keyboards) + special guests: This one was also recorded live in Volklingen/Saarland, in August 1989. These are the songs where Colin plays: In 'I got rhythm': Frank Nimsgern (guitar) Jon Lord (keyboards) Rick Keller (sax) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Footloose': Colin Hodgkinson (bass, vocals) Rick Keller (sax) Brian Auger (keyboards) Freddie Santiago (percussion) Steve Ferrone (drums) In '2001 (Also sprach Zarathustra)' (part of a suite): Frank Nimsgern (guitar) Freddie Santiago (percussion) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Mars spanglang' (part of a suite): Colin Hodgkinson (bass) Brian Auger (keyboards) Barbara Thompson (sax) Jon Hiseman (drums) In 'Jupiter disco' (part of a suite): Frank Nimsgern (guitar) Colin Hodgkinson (bass) Brian Auger (keyboards) Rick Keller (sax) Freddie Santiago (percussion) Mark Brezicki (drums) In 'Star Wars' (part of a suite): Glen Velez (percussion) Trilok Gurtu (percussion) Freddie Santiago (percussion) Mark Brezicki (drums) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Smoke on the water': Miller Anderson (vocals) Ian Paice (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Sunshine of your love': Colin Hodgkinson (vocals) Freddie Santiago (percussion) Mark Brezicki (drums) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Leaving trunk' (part of a suite): Miller Anderson (vocals) Frank Nimsgern (guitar) Glen Velez (percussion) Ed Thigpen (drums) Jim Killpatrick (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Speed merchants' (part of a suite): Brian Auger (vocals) Freddie Santiago (percussion) Rick Keller (sax) Steve Ferrone (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Blue bolero' (part of a suite): Miller Anderson (vocals) Rick Keller (sax) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Heavy Ravel' (part of a suite): Miller Anderson (vocals) Jon Lord (keyboards) Rick Keller (sax) Barbara Thompson (sax) Jim Killpatrick (drums) Jon Hiseman (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'After midnight': Miller Anderson (vocals) Frank Nimsgern (guitar) Rick Keller (sax) Hermann Rarebell (drums) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Let's have a party / Jailhouse rock': Colin Hodgkinson (vocals) Rick Keller (sax) Freddie Santiago (percussion) Mark Brezicki (drums) Pete York (drums) + The "R&B" Band In 'Gemini voice' (part of a suite): Miller Anderson (vocals) Frank Nimsgern (guitar) Colin Hodgkinson (bass) Brian Auger (keyboards) Jon Lord (keyboards) Barbara Thompson (sax) Jon Hiseman (drums) Steve Ferrone (drums) Pete York (drums) In 'Windows finale' (part of a suite): Frank Nimsgern (guitar) Colin Hodgkinson (bass) Brian Auger (keyboards) Jon Lord (keyboards) Barbara Thompson (sax) Jon Hiseman (drums) Steve Ferrone (drums) Some years later, some compilations have appeared from these sessions, although some of the albums aren't credited to Pete York anymore (weird!!).
  • Slaves and masters - Deep Purple (October 1990)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Joe Lynn Turner (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • BBC Radio 1 live in concert - Paice Ashton & Lord (1992) (LIVE)

    • Members: Reg Brooks, Howie Casey, Dave Caswell, Bernie Marsden, Paul Martinez, Sheila McKinley, Ian Paice (RIP: Tony Ashton, Jon Lord)
  • BBC live in concert 1974 - Ashton & Lord (1993) (LIVE)

    • Members: Carmine Appice, Madeline Bell, Howie Casey, Dave Caswell, Jim Cregan, Jeff Daly, Mike Davis, Pat Donaldson, Ray Fenwick, Tony Ferguson, Jimmy Helms, Max Middleton, John Mumford, Ian Paice, Dick Parry, Frank Ricotti, Kenny Rowe, Roger Willis (RIP: Tony Ashton, Jon Lord, Grahame White, Joanne Williams)
    • Producer: Jeff Griffin
  • The Battle rages on - Deep Purple (1993)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Joe Lynn Turner (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • In concert 1976 - Deep Purple (1995) (LIVE)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Tommy Bolin, Jon Lord)
  • California jamming - Live 1974 - Deep Purple (1996) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Live at California Jam 1974 - Deep Purple (1996) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Purpendicular - Deep Purple (1996)

    • Members: Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Steve Morse, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • In concert with the London Symphony Orchestra - Deep Purple (July 2000)

    • Members: Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Steve Morse, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Miller Anderson, Mario Argandoña, Sam Brown, Margo Buchanan, Dave LaRue, Roddy Lorimer, Steve Morris, Graham Preskett, Van Romaine, Tim Sanders, Paul Spong, Annie Whitehead (RIP: Ronnie James Dio)
    • Comments: Live DVD.
  • In the absence of pink - Deep Purple ( - ) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • For one night only - Pete York´s Percussion Band ( - ) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ray Fenwick, Charlie McCracken, Ian Paice, Pete York (RIP: Jon Lord)
COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (28 credits)
  • Best of - Deep Purple (1970)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Rod Evans, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Mk 1 and 2 - Deep Purple (1973)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Rod Evans, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • 24 carat Purple - Deep Purple (1975)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • When we rock, we rock - Deep Purple (1978)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Rod Evans, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • The Singles A´s and B´s - Deep Purple (1978)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Rod Evans, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Mk 2 singles - Deep Purple (1979)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • New live and rare - Deep Purple (1980)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Early Purple - Deep Purple (1980)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Rod Evans, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Deepest Purple - Deep Purple (1980)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Collection - Deep Purple (1981)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Best of - Whitesnake (1981)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Dave Dowle, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • 100 Oxford St - Artwoods (1983)

    • Members: Derek Griffiths, Malcolm Poole (RIP: Keef Hartley, Jon Lord, Art Wood)
    • Producer: Mike Vernon
  • The Greatest Whitesnake - Whitesnake (1983)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Anthology - Deep Purple (1985)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Rod Evans, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Tommy Bolin, Jon Lord)
  • Fireworks - Deep Purple (1985)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Greatest Purple - Deep Purple (1985)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Best of Whitesnake - Whitesnake (1987)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Dave Dowle, Aynsley Dunbar, Colin Hodgkinson, Bernie Marsden, Neil Murray, Ian Paice, John Sykes (RIP: Mel Galley, Jon Lord, Cozy Powell)
    • Guests: Roger Glover, Tim Hinkley, Tony Newman, Graham Preskett (RIP: Alan Spenner)
  • Knocking at your back door - Deep Purple (1991)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • Killer: rockdrum highlights - Pete York (1992) (LIVE)

    • Members: Miller Anderson, Brian Auger, Eddie Hardin, Colin Hodgkinson, Ian Paice, Pete York (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Bill Bruford, Steve Ferrone, Nicko McBrain, Herman Rarebell, Zak Starkey (RIP: Cozy Powell)
    • Comments: Killer: rockdrum highlights compiles 12 tracks from all these albums. The album cover shows photos of Cozy Powell, Ian Paice and Zak Starkey (wrongly written as Zag Starkey!). Some of the musicians featured here are: Pete York, Cozy Powell, Miller Anderson, Colin Hodgkinson, Jon Lord, Eddie Hardin, Ian Paice, Zak Starkey, Herman Rarebell, Nicko McBrain, Steve Ferrone, Brian Auger, and Bill Bruford, among others.
  • Greatest hits - Whitesnake (July 1994)

    • Members: Tommy Aldridge, Denny Carmassi, David Coverdale, Aynsley Dunbar, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Rudy Sarzo, John Sykes, Steve Vai (RIP: Mel Galley, Jon Lord, Cozy Powell)
    • Guests: Don Airey, Bill Cuomo, Tommy Funderburk, Claude Gaudette, Dann Huff, Glenn Hughes, Richard Page, Alan Pasqua, David Rosenthal
    • Producer: Martin Birch, Keith Olsen (RIP: Mike Stone)
  • Art gallery - Artwoods (1995)

  • Pete York presents Super Drumming: the best - Pete York (September 1998) (LIVE)

    • Members: Miller Anderson, Brian Auger, Eddie Hardin, Colin Hodgkinson, Ian Paice, Pete York (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Bill Bruford, Steve Ferrone, Nicko McBrain, Herman Rarebell, Zak Starkey (RIP: Cozy Powell)
    • Comments: Pete York presents Super Drumming: the best is another compilation from the same sessions. This one has 13 tracks. Other musicians featured: Pete York, Cozy Powell, Miller Anderson, Colin Hodgkinson, Jon Lord, Eddie Hardin, Ian Paice, Zak Starkey, Herman Rarebell, Nicko McBrain, Steve Ferrone, Brian Auger, and Bill Bruford, among others.
  • Here I go again: the Whitesnake collection - Whitesnake (October 2002)

    • Members: Tommy Aldridge, Denny Carmassi, David Coverdale, Aynsley Dunbar, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Rudy Sarzo, John Sykes, Steve Vai, Adrian Vandenberg (RIP: Jon Lord, Cozy Powell)
    • Guests: Don Airey, Bill Cuomo, Tommy Funderburk, Claude Gaudette, Dann Huff, Glenn Hughes, David Rosenthal
    • Producer: Martin Birch, Keith Olsen
  • The Best! - Whitesnake (April 2003)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Dave Dowle, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Ian Paice (RIP: Jon Lord)
  • The Silver anniversary collection - Whitesnake (May 2003)

    • Members: Doug Aldrich, Tommy Aldridge, Reb Beach, Vivian Campbell, Denny Carmassi, David Coverdale, Timothy Drury, Bernie Marsden, Marco Mendoza, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Ian Paice, Rudy Sarzo, John Sykes, Steve Vai, Adrian Vandenberg (RIP: Mel Galley, Jon Lord, Cozy Powell)
    • Guests: Jimmy Page
    • Producer: Martin Birch, Keith Olsen (RIP: Mike Stone)
    • Technical: Chris Lord-Alge
  • This time around - Glenn Hughes (August 2007)

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Ian Haughland, Dave Holland, Glenn Hughes, Tony Iommi, John Leven, Mic Michaeli, Ian Paice, Terry Rowley, Dave Spitz, Pat Thrall (RIP: Tommy Bolin, Mel Galley, Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Helen Chappelle, Gary Ferguson, Tony Franklin, Bobby Kimball, Alex Ligertwood, Henry Lowther, Bob Marlette, Mark Nauseef, Andy Richards, Carmine Rojas, Ed Roth, Stevie Salas, Liza Strike, Pat Travers (RIP: Ron Aspery)
    • Producer: Martin Birch, Andy Johns, John Lodge
  • Singles A´s and B´s - Artwoods ( - )

  • Purple passages - Deep Purple ( - )

    • Members: Ritchie Blackmore, Rod Evans, Roger Glover, Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Guests: Ian Gillan, Chas Hodges, Mick Underwood (RIP: Boz Burrell, Heinz)
ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (16 credits)
  • The Worst of - Ashton Gardner & Dyke (1970)

    • Members: Roy Dyke, Mick Liber (RIP: Tony Ashton, Kim Gardner)
    • Guests: P P Arnold, Chris Barber, Madeline Bell, Eric Clapton, B J Cole, Rosetta Hightower, Paul Pilnick, Jim Price, Stan Webb, Ron Wood (RIP: George Harrison, Jon Lord)
  • What a bloody long day it´s been - Ashton Gardner Dyke & Co (1972)

  • Rampant - Nazareth (1975)

    • Members: Manny Charlton, Dan McCafferty (RIP: Darrell Sweet)
    • Guests: (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Producer: Roger Glover
  • Wizard´s Convention - Eddie Hardin (1976)

    • Members: Eddie Hardin
    • Guests: Chris Barber, Les Binks, David Coverdale, John Crocker, Mike D´Abo, Mo Foster, Roger Glover, Jimmy Helms, Glenn Hughes, Ric Lee, Mark Nauseef, John Slaughter, Henry Spinetti, Pete York (RIP: Tony Ashton, Ronnie James Dio, Jon Lord, Mike Smith, Rick Van Der Linden)
  • More than meets the eye - Joe Breen (1978)

    • Guests: Hugh Burns, Mo Foster, Ray Glynn, Ricky Hitchcock, Tony Hymas, Dave MacRae, Dave Markee, John G Perry, Graham Preskett, Henry Spinetti, Liza Strike (RIP: Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza, Jon Lord, Joanne Williams)
    • Producer: Roger Glover
  • And about time too - Bernie Marsden (1979)

    • Members: Don Airey, Bernie Marsden, Neil Murray, Simon Phillips
    • Guests: Jack Bruce, Alan Carvell, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Ian Paice, Tony Rivers (RIP: Stu Calver, Jon Lord, Cozy Powell)
    • Producer: Martin Birch
    • Comments: In And about time too album the list of guests include Jack Bruce (bass), Neil Murray (bass), Jon Lord (keyboards), Don Airey (keyboards), Ian Paice (drums), Simon Phillips (drums) and Cozy Powell (drums), as well as Doreen Chanter on backing vocals. The CD reissue includes 3 bonus tracks: ´You & me´ (B-side of a single), plus two live tracks, ´Who's fooling who´ and ´Shakey ground´, taken from The Friday Rock Show Sessions (with David Coverdale, Neil Murray, Don Airey and Simon Phillips, recorded in 1981).
  • Look at me now - Bernie Marsden (1980)

    • Members: Bernie Marsden, Neil Murray, Simon Phillips
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, John Cook, Ian Paice, Michael Schenker (RIP: Jon Lord, Cozy Powell)
    • Comments: Recorded during March and April 1981. Look at me now lineup includes Michael Schenker (doing claps, not playing guitar!!), Neil Murray (bass), Jon Lord (keyboards), John Cook (keyboards), Ian Paice (drums), Simon Phillips (drums) and Cozy Powell (drums), as well as Doreen Chanter on backing vocals. A very similar lineup to its predecesor. The CD reissue includes 3 bonus tracks: ´Always love you so´ (B-side of a single), plus two live tracks, ´Look at me now´ and ´Byblos shack´, taken from The Friday Rock Show Sessions (with David Coverdale, Neil Murray, Don Airey and Simon Phillips, recorded in 1981).
  • Gone troppo - George Harrison (1982)

    • Members: Ray Cooper, Jim Keltner, Willie Weeks (RIP: George Harrison, Billy Preston)
    • Guests: Gary Brooker, Joe Brown, Herbie Flowers, Willie Greene, Alan Jones, Bobby King, Neil Larsen, Dave Mattacks, Mike Moran, Henry Spinetti (RIP: Vicki Brown, Jon Lord, Syreeta Wright)
  • Octopuss - Cozy Powell (1983)

    • Members: Don Airey (RIP: Gary Moore, Cozy Powell)
    • Guests: Colin Hodgkinson (RIP: Mel Galley, Jon Lord)
    • Comments: Colin Hodgkinson and Cozy Powell were together in Whitesnake at this time. So he played in this Cozy album. The lineup is: Gary Moore and Mel Galley (guitars), Colin Hodgkinson (bass), Jon Lord and Don Airey (keyboards), and Cozy Powell (drums). Plus John Du Prez and the Philharmonia. Who needs more? Colin co-writes the title track. It was recorded in London during September and October 1982. Co-produced by Cozy and Nick Griffiths.
  • The Ultimate - Tommy Bolin (1989)

    • Members: Norma Jean Bell, Bobby Berge, Reggie McBride, Stanley Sheldon, Mark Stein (RIP: Tommy Bolin)
    • Guests: Billy Cobham, David Coverdale, Rafael Cruz, Sammy Figueroa, David Foster, Jim Fox, Bobbye Hall, Jan Hammer, Glenn Hughes, Alphonse Mouzon, Ian Paice, Jerry Peters, David Sanborn, Leland Sklar (RIP: Henry Davis, Candy Givens, Jon Lord, Jeff Porcaro, Bill Wade)
  • The Drums are back - Cozy Powell (1992)

    • Members: Don Airey, Neil Murray (RIP: Cozy Powell)
    • Guests: Laurence Cottle, Ray Fenwick, Steve Lukather, Brian May, Geoff Nicholls, Billy Sheehan, John Sinclair (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Comments: Don also appears in The drums are back. This was Cozy's 4th solo album, with top guest musicians (as always!): Brian May (guitar), Steve Lukather (guitar), Jamie Page (guitar), Ray Fenwick (guitar), Steve Makin (guitar), Billy Sheehan (bass), John Deacon (bass), Laurence Cottle (bass), Neil Murray (bass), John Sinclair, Jon Lord (keyboards), Don Airey (keyboards), Geoff Nicholls (keyboards). Produced by Cozy himself.
  • 43 minutes - Sam Brown (1993)

    • Members: Sam Brown, Richard Newman
    • Guests: Guy Barker, Dave Bishop, Joe Brown, Margo Buchanan, Danny Cummings, Wilf Gibson, David Gilmour, Nick Ingman, Carol Isaacs, Simeon Jones, Paul Kegg, David Levy, Helen Liebmann, Martin Loveday, Ian Maidman, Chucho Merchan, Danny Schogger, Matthew Seligman, Linda Taylor, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Vicki Brown, Jon Lord)
  • Bluesheart - Miller Anderson (2003)

  • Gillan´s inn - Ian Gillan (April 2006)

    • Members: Jannick Gers, Ian Gillan, Steve Morris, Mickey Lee Soule
    • Guests: Don Airey, Cliff Bennett, Ron Davis, Roger Glover, Tony Iommi, Simeon Jones, Steve Morse, Ian Paice, Uli Jon Roth, Joe Satriani (RIP: Ronnie James Dio, Jeff Healey, Jon Lord)
    • Comments: CD+DVD disc.
  • Live at Abbey Road 2000 - Tony Ashton And Friends (July 2006)

    • Members: (RIP: Tony Ashton)
    • Guests: Chris Barber, John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Howie Casey, Robert Hart, Bernie Marsden, Sheila McKinley, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Gary Nuttall, Ian Paice, Nigel Portman Smith, Zak Starkey, Geoff Whitehorn, Laurie Wisefield, Pete York (RIP: John Entwistle, Jon Lord)
  • Wind in the willows - rock concert - Hardin & York (2007) (LIVE)

    • Members: Ray Fenwick, Eddie Hardin, Pete York
    • Guests: Don Airey, Maggie Bell, Graham Bonnet, Denny Laine, Zak Starkey, Danny Thompson (RIP: Tony Ashton, Jon Lord)
COMPILATIONS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (2 credits)
  • The Best of Cozy Powell - Cozy Powell (July 1997)

    • Members: Don Airey, Jack Bruce, Clem Clempson, Bernie Marsden, Max Middleton (RIP: Cozy Powell)
    • Guests: Jeff Beck, John Cook, Colin Hodgkinson, David Sancious (RIP: Mel Galley, Jon Lord, Gary Moore)
    • Producer: Martin Birch, Bill Levenson, Bruce Payne
    • Comments: Of course, The best of is a compilation from 3 previous Cozy albums, including Over the top. It features the two tracks with Clem, 'Sweet poison' and 'The loner'.
  • Mercury high the story of Ian Gillan - Ian Gillan (September 2004)

    • Members: Ray Fenwick, Ian Gillan, John Gustafson, Dave Lloyd, Mike Moran, Steve Morris, Mark Nauseef, Colin Towns (RIP: Tommy Eyre)
    • Guests: Randy Brecker, Simon Clarke, Albie Donnelly, Christine Faith, Roger Glover, Malcolm Griffiths, Bernie Holland, John Huckridge, Carol Kenyon, Phil Kenzie, Roddy Lorimer, Steve Morse, Andy Newmark, Ian Paice, Simon Phillips, Peter Robinson, Tim Sanders, Ira Siegel, Paul Spong, Vaneese Thomas, Leslie West, Dave Wintour (RIP: Jon Lord, Andrew Steele)
COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (2 credits)
  • American blues legends 74 - VVAA (1974)

    • Guests: John Barnes, George Chisholm, Bob Hall, Roger Hill, Colin Smith, Pete York (RIP: Bob Brunning, Graham Gallery, Jon Lord)
  • Dear Mr Fantasy - A celebration for Jim Capaldi - VVAA (2007) (LIVE)

    • Guests: Peter Bonas, Dave Bronze, Margo Buchanan, Phil Capaldi, Ray Cooper, Simon Kirke, Stevie Lange, Andy Newmark, Mark Rivera, Cat Stevens, Pete Townshend, Joe Walsh, Paul ´Wix´ Wickens, Steve Winwood, Bill Wyman (RIP: Jon Lord, Gary Moore)
    • Technical: Mick Dolan
    • Comments: A live 2CD where many great musicians played tribute to the late Jim Capaldi and his music.With his mate Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, Jon Lord, Stevie Lange, Paul Weller, Bill Wyman, Gary Moore, Pete Townshend, Cat Stevens... a long list. All with a superb house band.
COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (1 credit)
  • The Deep Purple family album - VVAA (1993)

    • Guests: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Glenn Hughes, Bernie Marsden, Paul Martinez, Alphonse Mouzon, Ian Paice, Nick Simper (RIP: Tony Ashton, Jon Lord)
SOUNDTRACKS (1 credit)
  • Breaking the waves OST - OST (November 1996)

    • Guests: Ian Anderson, Ritchie Blackmore, Gary Brooker, Leonard Cohen, Brian Downey, Bryan Ferry, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Hunter, Elton John, John Kongos, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera, Ian Paice, Rod Stewart (RIP: Marc Bolan, Jon Lord, Phil Lynott)
    • Producer: (RIP: Ray Williams)
    • Comments: Soundtrack featuring songs by Elton John, T. Rex, Leonard Cohen, Roxy Music, Deep Purple, Thin Lizzy, Jethro Tull, Procol Harum and Mott The Hoople. Also appearing Python Lee Jackson and John Kongos.
SESSIONS (6 credits)
  • The Kinks - The Kinks (October 1964)

    • Members: Mick Avory, Dave Davies, Ray Davies (RIP: Pete Quaife)
    • Guests: (RIP: Bobby Graham, Arthur Greenslade, Jon Lord)
    • Producer: Shel Talmy
    • Technical: Glyn Johns
  • Sound and movement - The Leading Figures (1967)

    • Guests: Bob Efford, Tony Fisher, Vic Flick, Alan Parker (RIP: Arthur Greenslade, Jon Lord, Joe Moretti)
    • Producer: Mike Vernon
  • Commercial road - Richard Digance (1979)

    • Guests: Barriemore Barlow, Betsy Cook, John Kirkpatrick, David Palmer, Tony Williams (RIP: John Glascock, Jon Lord)
  • Line-up - Graham Bonnet (1981)

    • Members: Graham Bonnet
    • Guests: Russ Ballard, Andy Bown, Mel Collins, John Cook, Martin Ditcham, Kirby Gregory, Adrian Lee, Ian Lynn, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Chrissie Stewart, Gary Twigg (RIP: Jon Lord, Cozy Powell)
  • About face - David Gilmour (1983)

    • Members: Sam Brown, Mickey Feat, David Gilmour, Pino Palladino (RIP: Michael Kamen)
    • Guests: Simon Clarke, Ray Cooper, Anne Dudley, Bob Ezrin, Roy Harper, Luis Jardim, Ian Kewley, Roddy Lorimer, Tim Sanders, Steve Winwood (RIP: Vicki Brown, Jon Lord, Jeff Porcaro)
  • Detroit diesel - Alvin Lee (1986)

    • Members: Mickey Feat, Steve Gould, Tim Hinkley, Alvin Lee, Alan Young (RIP: Boz Burrell, Bryson Graham)
    • Guests: Joe Brown, Leo Lyons (RIP: Vicki Brown, George Harrison, Jon Lord)
COMPILATIONS (SESSIONS) (1 credit)
  • Under wheels of confusion 1970-1987 - Black Sabbath (November 1996)

    • Members: Don Airey, Tommy Aldridge, Vinny Appice, Bev Bevan, Ritchie Blackmore, Geezer Butler, Vivian Campbell, Tony Carey, Terry Chimes, Bob Daisley, Dave Donato, Steve Edwards, Ian Gillan, Brad Gillis, Roger Glover, Craig Gruber, Tony Iommi, Lee Kerslake, Geoff Nicholls, Ozzy Osbourne, Rudy Sarzo, Claude Schnell, John Sinclair, Eric Singer, Phil Soussan, Dave Spitz, Bernie Torme, Colin Towns, Mick Underwood, Dave Walker, Bill Ward, Zakk Wylde (RIP: Randy Castillo, Ronnie James Dio, Gary Driscoll, Ray Gillen, Cozy Powell, Randy Rhoads)
    • Guests: Kenny Aaronson, Mick Fleetwood, Danny Johnson, Jeff Lynne, Christine McVie, Ian Paice, Richard Tandy, Mick Taylor (RIP: Kelly Groucutt, Jon Lord, Bob Welch)

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From the superb site Knights in Blue Denim: The British Blues Scene '68 - '70 (by Christer Fridhammar & Vanja), we have:

From the great site DME (by Dmitri Epstein), we have fantastic interviews:

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From the fantastic The British Sound blog (by Bruno Ceriotti), we have rock family trees about:

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THANKS:

Very Special Thanks to:
  • Ged Peck: for info on The Flowerpot Men, as well as his magnificent photos (2003).
  • Pete York: for sending me his tribute to Jon, as well as his always very kind words (2012).
  • Jose Antonio Galvan Villasol: for his magnificent book on the Purple saga, Un mundo purpura. You should learn Spanish just to read it (2008).
  • Kris Gray: for info on Jon appearing in Miller Anderson´s Bluesheart album (2006).

  • Special Thanks to:
  • Johann Haidenbauer: for info on The Leading Figures album (2012).

  • Thanks to:
  • Alex Gitlin: my friend, for sharing the passion on Deep Purple, Whitesnake and Jon Lord.
  • Boris Shnitzer: my friend, for sharing the passion on Deep Purple and Jon Lord (not to forget Uriah Heep!).

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    Jon Lord mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
    Ian Paice (75)
    Ritchie Blackmore (42)
    Roger Glover (38)
    David Coverdale (34)
    Ian Gillan (30)
    Glenn Hughes (22)
    Neil Murray (21)
    Bernie Marsden (20)
    Micky Moody (17)
    Cozy Powell (17)
    Pete York (14)
    Tony Ashton (13)
    Colin Hodgkinson (11)
    Nick Simper (11)

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