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Gillan - Magic
 
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Gillan - Magic, Full Album, 1982 0:00 - What's the Matter 3:33 - Bluesy Blue Sea 8:22 - Caught in a Trap 11:58 - Long Gone 15:56 - Driving me Wild 18:57 - Demon Driver 26:13 - Living a Lie 30:42 - You're So Right 33:37 - Living for the City 38:06 - Demon Driver - reprise No CD bonus tracks on this youtube video. I am the proud owner of this CD, i also have this album on vinyl. I bought this CD in Tokyo - Shibuya, in the "Book Off" store. On a stopover from Europe to New Zealand. I replaced the boring album cover with Pictures of a Mexican Lady i did in the Tijuana - Zona Rosa. This video is to educate people about what you can buy in the Tijuana - Zona Rosa
Views: 95192 2nguyen2
Gillan - Living For The City (HQ Audio - Promo Video)
 
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From Gillan album "Magic" (1982) Ian Gillan - vocals Colin Towns - keyboards John McCoy - bass guitar Janick Gers - guitar Mick Underwood - drums
Views: 47450 stargazer2080
Gillan - Future shock [full album HD, HQ] hard rock
 
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Future Shock is the fourth album by the British rock band Gillan. Released by Virgin in 1981, it reached number 2 in the UK album chart; this would remain the band's highest placing. The title is taken from Alvin Toffler's book Future Shock. Futures Shock - (0:00) Night Out of Phoenix - (3:06) (The Ballad of) The Lucitania Express - (8:12) No Laughing In Heaven - (11:22) Sacre Bleu - (16:20) New Orleans - (19:23) Bite The Bullet - (22:00) If I Sing Softly - (26:50) Don't Want The Truth - (33:00) For Your Dreams - (38:40) Extra Tracks One For The Road - (43:43) Bad News - (46:43) Take A Hold Of Yourself - (49:47) M.A.D. - (55:20) The Maelstrom - (56:29) Trouble - (66:36) Your Sister's On My List - (69:13) Handles On Her Hips - (73:18) also not on this version, sorry: Higher And Higher - (75:27) I Might As Well Go Home - (79:09) Ian Gillan – Lead vocals. Colin Towns – Keyboard. John McCoy – Bass. Bernie Tormé – Guitar. Mick Underwood – Drums.
Views: 48270 Chad Bocott
Gillan - Bluesy Blue Sea Live on UK TV in 1982
 
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This is the GILLAN band featuring Ian Gillan, Mick Underwood, John McCoy, Colin Towns and Janick Gers. Check out this 1982 children's TV broadcast when the band perform the track Bluesy Blue Sea off the MAGIC album!
Views: 3715 deeppurpleos
Gillan Live on UK TV performing No laughing in Heaven
 
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Subscribe to the official Deep Purple channel here! http://bit.ly/WOMNq2 The Gillan band appear on UK TV in 1982 to promote the MAGIC album. This track NO LAUGHING IN HEAVEN was a huge Gillan live favourite and was recorded on the 1981 Future Shock album featuring Bernie Torme on guitar. The Gillan band for this appearance are Ian Gillan,John McCoy, Colin Towns, Mick Underwood and Janick Gers.
Views: 5104 deeppurpleos
Gillan - Driving Me Wild (Magic - 1982)
 
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From the 1982 album called Magic, fourth version of Driving Me Wild recorded by Ian Gillan. http://www.forodeeppurple.com
Views: 19866 Paulo Domic
Ian Gillan - What´s The Matter
 
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Album Magic Año 1982 Guitar Janick Gers Vocals Ian Gillan
Views: 8115 ruffusX2
Ian Gillan . No Laughing In Heaven.
 
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this track for the Album future shock realease 1981. -band- Ian Gillan. vo .Colin Towns. key.John Mc coy.bass. Bernie Torme .guitar. Mick Underwood.drums
Views: 17366 rockstrot
Gillan - Smokestack Lightning - Bonus Track
 
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Views: 239 DemonMusicGroup
Gillan - Roller
 
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from the Gillan album " Mr Universe"
Views: 13594 mrjonesy2112
Gillan - Future Shock
 
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Future Shock (Gillan/McCoy/Torе) If tomorrow is the day before we think it is Are we doing what we've done before If the future is splitting of infinities Are we living in the past, can we really be sure Is this the future shock Do you recognise the symptoms of uncertainty Are we serving any purposes at all There is only one thing that is sure to be And you know you can be sure, sure of nothing at all Is this the future shock You're going the wrong way if you're looking out for paradise You know your future is lying deep in your brain And you can get there just by throwing out the bad advice Ah yes I've tried it so I know, but I'm going insane Is this the future shock
Views: 40494 selbander
ian gillan-moonshine
 
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deep purple ian gillan album no more thunder
Views: 18809 UNDERKOFJE
Ian Gillan - Long Gone
 
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Views: 291 J.J. Adán
Gillan - Mr. Universe
 
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Gillan - Mr. Universe, Complete Album, October 1979, (2007 re-release) 0:00 Second Sight 2:35 Secret Of The Dance 5:29 She Tears Me Down 10:37 Roller 15:21 Mr. Universe 21:36 Vengeance 25:11 Puget Sound 29:33 Dead Of Night 33:37 Message In A Bottle 36:49 Fighting Man 44:22 CD Bonus track I am the proud owner of this CD, i also have this album on vinyl. I bought this CD in Tokyo - Ikebukuro, in the "Book Off" store. On a stopover from Europe to New Zealand. This video is to educate people about things to buy in Tokyo. ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ _____ _____ _____ 15:21 Mr. Universe (Gillan/Towns) (Gillan's angry words toward God) Are you god are you man do you live in fear Are we trash in your can a bubble in your beer I just need some information Tell me what's my destination If we run will we fall mr. Universe Climb your hill climb your wall mr. Universe A million years of procreating Now i'm here don't keep me waiting Maybe we're going somewhere If so we can find the end Everyone's getting nowhere But not me you'd better understand Is the wall made of brick what can lay behind Is the brick very thick is it in my mind Universe is cruel deception Freedom is a contradiction Is your smile just a smile or is it just a trick To make me walk another mile i must be so thick I'm going where i've set my eyes on Way behind that blue horizon.
Views: 183006 2nguyen2
Gillan - Restless 1982
 
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Good quality rare video recorded live in the studio from Top Of The pops 1982. Gillan was a hard rock band formed in 1978 by Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan. In 1978 Ian Gillan had become dissatisfied with the jazz fusion style of his band called the Ian Gillan Band and dissolved it, retaining only keyboard player Colin Towns, and formed a new band entitled Gillan. He added Steve Byrd on guitar, Liam Genockey on drums and John McCoy on bass, and initially pursued a progressive rock direction, releasing their eponymous debut in 1978, although they could only get a record deal in Japan, Australia and New Zealand. This recording has subsequently become more widely available as The Japanese Album as a CD re-issue by RPM Records in 1994. Genocky was unable to commit to the band beyond the recording of the album and the band's live debut at the Reading Festival in 1978. He was replaced for the subsequent tour by Pete Barnacle. By 1981 the band members were becoming disgruntled that their European and Japanese success was not translating into increased financial rewards, and after the Future Shock album, whilst on tour in Germany, Torme walked out just before the band were due to fly back to the UK to appear on Top of the Pops. He was replaced by White Spirit guitarist Janick Gers (who would later go on to join Iron Maiden) and this line up released the live/studio double album Double Trouble at the end of the year. In 1982 the final album Magic followed. By this time, tension over money had reached fever pitch and Ian Gillan needed time to have nodes removed from his vocal cords. After the Magic tour Ian Gillan dissolved the band while he underwent surgery. He then accepted an offer to front Black Sabbath, to the incredulity of the Gillan band members, particularly McCoy, and the acrimony remains to the present day. McCoy subsequently released compilations of studio out-takes to which he had the rights, known as The Gillan Tapes, and ensured that revenues were distributed fairly amongst the band. Bernie Torme and John McCoy recently joined forces on the GMT band project, releasing two albums, one in 2006 and one in 2009. The album was sufficiently successful to attract more attention and in 1979 the band secured a European deal with Acrobat Records. Before a new album was recorded, Byrd was replaced by Bernie Torme and Barnacle by drummer Mick Underwood, Ian Gillan's former colleague in Episode Six. Torme's "screaming guitar" sound fundamentally altered the dynamics and Gillan took a more heavy metal and punk direction. This lineup's first album was released as Mr. Universe and contained many re-worked songs from The Japanese Album. The album went straight into the UK album charts but stalled as Acrobat Records went bankrupt. This led to a multi-album deal with Virgin Records. Meanwhile in Japan, Australia and New Zealand an alternate version of Mr. Universe was released with a different track selection to avoid repeats of Gillan the album material used on the Mr. Universe album elsewhere. Several of the alternate tracks are included on the The Japanese Album release...Please visit my other Channel. Keep Rockin! . http://www.youtube.com/user/squizzy104?feature=mhum#p/a/u/2/6MHSf1SP2nM
Views: 7222 memorylane1980s
"Glory Road"  Gillan
 
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Glory Road Track Listing Unchain Your Brain 00:12 Are You Sure? 03:24 Time and Again 07:30 No Easy Way 12:36 Sleeping on the Job 19:11 On the Rocks 22:24 If You Believe Me 29:05 Running, White Face, City Boy 36:38 Nervous 39:51
Views: 17200 Lost Classic Albums
Gillan - Nightmare 1981
 
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Good quality rare video recorded from Top Of The Pops 1981. Gillan was a hard rock band formed in 1978 by Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan. In 1978 Ian Gillan had become dissatisfied with the jazz fusion style of his band called the Ian Gillan Band and dissolved it, retaining only keyboard player Colin Towns, and formed a new band entitled Gillan. He added Steve Byrd on guitar, Liam Genockey on drums and John McCoy on bass, and initially pursued a progressive rock direction, releasing their eponymous debut in 1978, although they could only get a record deal in Japan, Australia and New Zealand. This recording has subsequently become more widely available as The Japanese Album as a CD re-issue by RPM Records in 1994. Genocky was unable to commit to the band beyond the recording of the album and the band's live debut at the Reading Festival in 1978. He was replaced for the subsequent tour by Pete Barnacle. By 1981 the band members were becoming disgruntled that their European and Japanese success was not translating into increased financial rewards, and after the Future Shock album, whilst on tour in Germany, Torme walked out just before the band were due to fly back to the UK to appear on Top of the Pops. He was replaced by White Spirit guitarist Janick Gers (who would later go on to join Iron Maiden) and this line up released the live/studio double album Double Trouble at the end of the year. In 1982 the final album Magic followed. By this time, tension over money had reached fever pitch and Ian Gillan needed time to have nodes removed from his vocal cords. After the Magic tour Ian Gillan dissolved the band while he underwent surgery. He then accepted an offer to front Black Sabbath, to the incredulity of the Gillan band members, particularly McCoy, and the acrimony remains to the present day. McCoy subsequently released compilations of studio out-takes to which he had the rights, known as The Gillan Tapes, and ensured that revenues were distributed fairly amongst the band. Bernie Torme and John McCoy recently joined forces on the GMT band project, releasing two albums, one in 2006 and one in 2009. The album was sufficiently successful to attract more attention and in 1979 the band secured a European deal with Acrobat Records. Before a new album was recorded, Byrd was replaced by Bernie Torme and Barnacle by drummer Mick Underwood, Ian Gillan's former colleague in Episode Six. Torme's "screaming guitar" sound fundamentally altered the dynamics and Gillan took a more heavy metal and punk direction. This lineup's first album was released as Mr. Universe and contained many re-worked songs from The Japanese Album. The album went straight into the UK album charts but stalled as Acrobat Records went bankrupt. This led to a multi-album deal with Virgin Records. Meanwhile in Japan, Australia and New Zealand an alternate version of Mr. Universe was released with a different track selection to avoid repeats of Gillan the album material used on the Mr. Universe album elsewhere. Several of the alternate tracks are included on the The Japanese Album release...Please visit my other Channel. Keep Rockin! . http://www.youtube.com/user/squizzy104?feature=mhum#p/a/u/2/6MHSf1SP2nM
Views: 10031 memorylane1980s
Ian Gillan- Fiji
 
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From the album - Magic (1982)
Views: 486 Cris Geo
Ian Gillan "Bluesy Blue Sea " HD ("Live In Anaheim" DVD)
 
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A song from Ian Gillan´s album "Gillan´s Inn" (and previously featured on the studio album "Magic"). This live version is from the DVD "Live in Anaheim" also released as double CD.
Views: 32317 earMUSIC
Ian Gillan - Born To Kill
 
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Full Version
Views: 10394 Chris Caglayan
Gillan-Future Shock - New Orleans
 
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Gillan-Future Shock - New Orleans
Views: 15279 Bosna Hercegovina
Deep Purple - Child In Time - 1970
 
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Subscribe to the official Deep Purple channel here! http://bit.ly/WOMNq2 Check out 'The Ritchie Blackmore Story' official trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9P-tbbOp58 Performed in front of a live TV audience, Deep Purple storm through the amazing song 'Child In Time'. This song features the classic Mk2 line up of Gillan/Glover/Lord/Paice/Blackmore
Views: 55975088 deeppurpleos
IAN GILLAN: John
 
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Montage of images and album covers spanning the long career of former Deep Purple lead singer Ian Gillan. The backing track is a rarity called "JOHN" off the 1982 Japanese release of the Magic album.
Views: 1656 Grant Stantiall
Gillan - The Vinyl Collection 1979-1982 - Exclusive Edition Trailer
 
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Gillan - The Vinyl Collection houses together all 5 UK studio albums by the legendary rock powerhouse. All have been recreated as first pressing replicas, so Future Shock has the original 12x12 booklet and Glory Road contains the bonus LP 'For Gillan Fans Only'. All pressed on 180g heavyweight vinyl housed in a rigid slipcase. Mr Universe - 1979’s Mr Universe was Gillan’s second album and the first issued in the UK. This album cemented the classic line up of former Deep Purple vocalist Ian Gillan, guitarist Bernie Torm?, bassist John McCoy, pianist Colin Towns and drummer Mick Underwood. High energy classic hard rock from beginning to end. Glory Road - Issued in 1980, at the height of the NWoBHM, Glory Road took Gillan to new levels of energy and success, cementing them as Top Of The Pops regulars. Classic British hard rock at its best. For Gillan Fans Only - Originally issued as a limited edition bonus disc to 1980’s Glory Road, For Gillan Fans Only features b-sides, studio outtakes and specially recorded material, interspersed with quips and irrelevance, all showcasing the band’s creativity and humour. This also features the side project The Split Knee Loons. Future Shock - Gillan’s 1981 album Future Shock saw these Reading Festival regulars at their lyrically most personal and diverse, taking on religion and the cold war. Aptly futuristic artwork encompassing a blistering cover of New Orleans, and No Laughing In Heaven an early rock meets rap chart hit. Double Trouble - Gillan’s third album in 15 months saw this 1981 double album Double Trouble feature new guitarist Janick Gers (later of Iron Maiden), and a slightly more melodic approach. Two chart hits and a bonus disc of live material from the Reading Festival . Magic - Magic, issued in 1982, was Gillan’s swansong before singer Ian joined Black Sabbath and then a reformed Deep Purple. There most melodic and underrated album, it featured the blistering Demon Driver and a cover of Stevie Wonder’s Living For The City. The catalogue ended on a high. Amazon Exclusive Edition contains bonus 7" Single for Spanish Guitar.http://amzn.to/2ahkUqX
Views: 3820 DemonMusicGroup
Ian Gillan Unboxes the Gillan Vinyl Collection 1979-1982- Unboxing Video
 
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Watch the man himself, Ian Gillan talk about the Gillan Vinyl Collection - out now! Amazon Exclusive Edition contains bonus 7" Single for Spanish Guitar. http://amzn.to/2ahkUqX Gillan - The Vinyl Collection houses together all 5 UK studio albums by the legendary rock powerhouse. All have been recreated as first pressing replicas, so Future Shock has the original 12x12 booklet and Glory Road contains the bonus LP 'For Gillan Fans Only'. All pressed on 180g heavyweight vinyl housed in a rigid slipcase. Mr Universe - 1979’s Mr Universe was Gillan’s second album and the first issued in the UK. This album cemented the classic line up of former Deep Purple vocalist Ian Gillan, guitarist Bernie Torm?, bassist John McCoy, pianist Colin Towns and drummer Mick Underwood. High energy classic hard rock from beginning to end. Glory Road - Issued in 1980, at the height of the NWoBHM, Glory Road took Gillan to new levels of energy and success, cementing them as Top Of The Pops regulars. Classic British hard rock at its best. For Gillan Fans Only - Originally issued as a limited edition bonus disc to 1980’s Glory Road, For Gillan Fans Only features b-sides, studio outtakes and specially recorded material, interspersed with quips and irrelevance, all showcasing the band’s creativity and humour. This also features the side project The Split Knee Loons. Future Shock - Gillan’s 1981 album Future Shock saw these Reading Festival regulars at their lyrically most personal and diverse, taking on religion and the cold war. Aptly futuristic artwork encompassing a blistering cover of New Orleans, and No Laughing In Heaven an early rock meets rap chart hit. Double Trouble - Gillan’s third album in 15 months saw this 1981 double album Double Trouble feature new guitarist Janick Gers (later of Iron Maiden), and a slightly more melodic approach. Two chart hits and a bonus disc of live material from the Reading Festival . Magic - Magic, issued in 1982, was Gillan’s swansong before singer Ian joined Black Sabbath and then a reformed Deep Purple. There most melodic and underrated album, it featured the blistering Demon Driver and a cover of Stevie Wonder’s Living For The City. The catalogue ended on a high.
Views: 1881 DemonMusicGroup
Gillan - Abbey of Thelema
 
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from the Gillan album "Glory Road"
Views: 10022 mrjonesy2112
Demon Driver - Ian Gillan The Band
 
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Demon Driver - Ian Gillan
Views: 16367 Martin De Luca
Ian Gillan - You're so right
 
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Gran canción de Ian Gillan, del disco "Magic" ( 1982 ) último trabajo antes de unirse a Black Sabbath, para luego editar "Born Again" ( 1983 ). You're so right when you're out of the crowd Look to your right and you'll See that the man with the gun Is still shooting the fool on the run Turn you around and you'll Still hear the sound of the feet That keep marching the length of the street Look to the West and you'll Notice the fat men of ease Are now living on salad and cheese Look to the East where Survival is hard on the plains And all thin men still eat monkey brains Man you shout so loud you're right of course But when you're in a crowd you're right off course Look at the sky where The spirits of children And those who are heroes will peacefully glow Look at the ground where The mood of frustration Is sadly displayed in the eyes of a nation.
Views: 915 Seul Contre Tous
DEEP PURPLE - Strange Kind of Woman LIVE 1972 DENMARK
 
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I hold no rights or copyrights to this video/music and no money is being made from it. Track 2 - DEEP PURPLE Live in Copenhagen 1972 with Strange Kind of Woman
Views: 247882 Weldon Thomas
Bluesy Blue Sea
 
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Bluesy Blue Sea Video
Views: 3313 GillansInn
Deep Purple - Strange Kind Of Woman - Live 1973 (USA, New York)
 
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Subscribe to the official Deep Purple channel here! http://bit.ly/WOMNq2 Deep Purple in 1973 with a legendary performance of Strange Kind Of Woman featuring Ian Gillan and Ritchie Blackmore.
Views: 2333292 deeppurpleos
Gillan Live on UK TV with New Orleans
 
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Subscribe to the official Deep Purple channel here! http://bit.ly/WOMNq2 The Gillan band appear on UK TV in 1982 to promote the MAGIC album. This track NEW ORLEANS was a huge Gillan live favourite and was recorded on the 1981 Future Shock album. The Gillan band for this appearance are Ian Gillan,John McCoy, Colin Towns, Mick Underwood and Janick Gers.
Views: 6964 deeppurpleos
Smoke on The Water - Gillan The Best
 
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We all came out to Montereax, On the Lake Geneva shoreline. To make records with a mobile, We didn't have much time. But Frank Zappa and the Mothers, Were at the best place around, But some stupid with a flare gun, Burned the place to the ground. Smoke on the water and fire in the sky. Smoke on the water... They burned down the gambling house, It died with an awful sound. (Uh) Funky Claude was running in and out, Pulling kids out the ground. When it all was over, We had to find another place. But Swiss time was running out, It seemed that we would lose the race. Smoke on the water and fire in the sky. Smoke on the water... We ended up at the Grand Hotel. It was empty cold and bare. But with the Rolling truck Stones thing just outside, Making our music there. With a few red lights, a few old beds, We made a place to sweat. No matter what we get out of this, I know I know we'll never forget. Smoke on the water and fire in the sky. Smoke on the water...
Views: 1605520 Jovan Stojanovic
Ian Gillan & The Javelins "Do You Love Me" Official Lyric Video
 
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Add now to your playlist and get the song here: https://iangillan.lnk.to/DoYouLoveMe IAN GILLAN REUNITES WITH HIS VERY FIRST BAND FOR A MUSICAL JOURNEY THROUGH THE SONGS AND THE SOUNDS OF THE DAYS WHEN IT ALL BEGAN… “IAN GILLAN & THE JAVELINS” – THE STUDIO ALBUM – OUT ON AUGUST 31st on earMUSIC. “In the early 1960’s, you might have seen The Beatles doing Chubby Checker’s ‘Twist and Shout’ at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, or The Rolling Stones doing Chuck Berry’s ‘Come On’ at the Station Hotel in Richmond, and The Javelins doing Howlin’ Wolf’s ‘Smokestack Lightning’ at Wistowe House in Hayes.” – Ian Gillan Every Deep Purple true lover knows how much their magic and powerful style is the result of many different influences brought in by the single members, all merging into the powerful sound loved by millions of rock fans. Ian Gillan´s love for American soul and Rhythm & Blues as well as skiffle and early rock and roll has been well documented in many articles and interviews. Founded in the early 60s, The Javelins were influenced by Pop, Soul, Country, Jazz and Blues artists from America. They soaked up the music of their heroes, added their own stamp and went from town to town to perform their favourite songs in front of a small but ever growing audience – becoming local heroes themselves. This was the time when Ian Gillan discovered himself, broke the chains and ‘found his voice’. The Javelins paved the way for the Ian Gillan who, only a few years later, wrote music history with Deep Purple, becoming one of the most iconic frontmen of all time and, together with very few others, shaped rock music the way we know it today. “These contemporary recordings (2018) by The Javelins are drawn from our set lists, circa 1963, when I was 18 years old. Now, a few years later, I have the privilege and joy of working with my old mates from the original group; Gordon Fairminer (Lead Guitar); Tony Tacon (Rhythm Guitar); Tony Whitfield (Bass Guitar); Keith Roach (Drums), as we make a long overdue L.P.” Ian Gillan has defined this new studio album as “a collection of catchy rhythms and feel-good melodies”. This understating definition shows Gillan´s ability to still look at those songs and his whole career with the same eyes of the 18 year old boy who sang them many years ago. But there is a lot more to this recordings… By paying tribute to music legends such as Chuck Berry, The Drifters, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly and Bo Diddley, Gillan and The Javelins have not only managed to do that. Avoiding the use of any modern technology, the band has managed to find the spontaneity and true sense of freedom of pop and rock and roll music of 50 years ago, probably without completely realizing it themselves. One world superstar and four friends who have taken very different directions in life (none decided to “turn pro” as they would say it) but still able to capture the essence of what being a performing band is about. This album is what happened during four days of recordings in a studio in Hamburg, Germany, where instruments, microphones, lyrics sheets and memories were the only tools allowed. This album is not an act of nostalgia, or a celebration of the purity of the old days versus modernity. This is simply what the Javelins were in 1963… and this is what they are now, if they happen to meet in the studio, embracing their guitars and look at each other with a big smile on their face. This is where it all started. “Ian Gillan & The Javelins” has been recorded at the Chameleon Studios during a five days recording session in Hamburg, March 2018, Germany. It features Don Airey as special guest on piano. It will be released on August 31st, 2018 on earMUSIC as CD digipak, 1LP Gatefold (180g, black) and Digital. #iangillan #iangillansolo #iangillannewalbum
Views: 61057 earMUSIC
"Ian Gillan & The Javelins" - August 31st, 2018
 
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Ian Gillan is reuniting with his band The Javelins to take you back to where it all began. Order the album here: https://iangillan.lnk.to/Javelins ________________ IAN GILLAN REUNITES WITH HIS VERY FIRST BAND FOR A MUSICAL JOURNEY THROUGH THE SONGS AND THE SOUNDS OF THE DAYS WHEN IT ALL BEGAN… “IAN GILLAN & THE JAVELINS” – THE STUDIO ALBUM – OUT ON AUGUST 31st on earMUSIC. “In the early 1960’s, you might have seen The Beatles doing Chubby Checker’s ‘Twist and Shout’ at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, or The Rolling Stones doing Chuck Berry’s ‘Come On’ at the Station Hotel in Richmond, and The Javelins doing Howlin’ Wolf’s ‘Smokestack Lightning’ at Wistowe House in Hayes.” – Ian Gillan Every Deep Purple true lover knows how much their magic and powerful style is the result of many different influences brought in by the single members, all merging into the powerful sound loved by millions of rock fans. Ian Gillan´s love for American soul and Rhythm & Blues as well as skiffle and early rock and roll has been well documented in many articles and interviews. Founded in the early 60s, The Javelins were influenced by Pop, Soul, Country, Jazz and Blues artists from America. They soaked up the music of their heroes, added their own stamp and went from town to town to perform their favourite songs in front of a small but ever growing audience – becoming local heroes themselves. This was the time when Ian Gillan discovered himself, broke the chains and ‘found his voice’. The Javelins paved the way for the Ian Gillan who, only a few years later, wrote music history with Deep Purple, becoming one of the most iconic frontmen of all time and, together with very few others, shaped rock music the way we know it today. “These contemporary recordings (2018) by The Javelins are drawn from our set lists, circa 1963, when I was 18 years old. Now, a few years later, I have the privilege and joy of working with my old mates from the original group; Gordon Fairminer (Lead Guitar); Tony Tacon (Rhythm Guitar); Tony Whitfield (Bass Guitar); Keith Roach (Drums), as we make a long overdue L.P.” Ian Gillan has defined this new studio album as “a collection of catchy rhythms and feel-good melodies”. This understating definition shows Gillan´s ability to still look at those songs and his whole career with the same eyes of the 18 year old boy who sang them many years ago. But there is a lot more to this recordings… By paying tribute to music legends such as Chuck Berry, The Drifters, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly and Bo Diddley, Gillan and The Javelins have not only managed to do that. Avoiding the use of any modern technology, the band has managed to find the spontaneity and true sense of freedom of pop and rock and roll music of 50 years ago, probably without completely realizing it themselves. One world superstar and four friends who have taken very different directions in life (none decided to “turn pro” as they would say it) but still able to capture the essence of what being a performing band is about. This album is what happened during four days of recordings in a studio in Hamburg, Germany, where instruments, microphones, lyrics sheets and memories were the only tools allowed. This album is not an act of nostalgia, or a celebration of the purity of the old days versus modernity. This is simply what the Javelins were in 1963… and this is what they are now, if they happen to meet in the studio, embracing their guitars and look at each other with a big smile on their face. This is where it all started. “Ian Gillan & The Javelins” has been recorded at the Chameleon Studios during a five days recording session in Hamburg, March 2018, Germany. It features Don Airey as special guest on piano. It will be released on August 31st, 2018 on earMUSIC as CD digipak, 1LP Gatefold (180g, black) and Digital.
Views: 2527 earMUSIC
Ian Gillan Band - Down the Road
 
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From 1975/76.
Views: 6333 bretonbanquet
Gillan - Down To Missassippi (new Orleans). 1981
 
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Good quality rare video recorded from Top Of The Pops 1981. Gillan was a hard rock band formed in 1978 by Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan. In 1978 Ian Gillan had become dissatisfied with the jazz fusion style of his band called the Ian Gillan Band and dissolved it, retaining only keyboard player Colin Towns, and formed a new band entitled Gillan. He added Steve Byrd on guitar, Liam Genockey on drums and John McCoy on bass, and initially pursued a progressive rock direction, releasing their eponymous debut in 1978, although they could only get a record deal in Japan, Australia and New Zealand. This recording has subsequently become more widely available as The Japanese Album as a CD re-issue by RPM Records in 1994. Genocky was unable to commit to the band beyond the recording of the album and the band's live debut at the Reading Festival in 1978. He was replaced for the subsequent tour by Pete Barnacle. By 1981 the band members were becoming disgruntled that their European and Japanese success was not translating into increased financial rewards, and after the Future Shock album, whilst on tour in Germany, Torme walked out just before the band were due to fly back to the UK to appear on Top of the Pops. He was replaced by White Spirit guitarist Janick Gers (who would later go on to join Iron Maiden) and this line up released the live/studio double album Double Trouble at the end of the year. In 1982 the final album Magic followed. By this time, tension over money had reached fever pitch and Ian Gillan needed time to have nodes removed from his vocal cords. After the Magic tour Ian Gillan dissolved the band while he underwent surgery. He then accepted an offer to front Black Sabbath, to the incredulity of the Gillan band members, particularly McCoy, and the acrimony remains to the present day. McCoy subsequently released compilations of studio out-takes to which he had the rights, known as The Gillan Tapes, and ensured that revenues were distributed fairly amongst the band. Bernie Torme and John McCoy recently joined forces on the GMT band project, releasing two albums, one in 2006 and one in 2009. The album was sufficiently successful to attract more attention and in 1979 the band secured a European deal with Acrobat Records. Before a new album was recorded, Byrd was replaced by Bernie Torme and Barnacle by drummer Mick Underwood, Ian Gillan's former colleague in Episode Six. Torme's "screaming guitar" sound fundamentally altered the dynamics and Gillan took a more heavy metal and punk direction. This lineup's first album was released as Mr. Universe and contained many re-worked songs from The Japanese Album. The album went straight into the UK album charts but stalled as Acrobat Records went bankrupt. This led to a multi-album deal with Virgin Records. Meanwhile in Japan, Australia and New Zealand an alternate version of Mr. Universe was released with a different track selection to avoid repeats of Gillan the album material used on the Mr. Universe album elsewhere. Several of the alternate tracks are included on the The Japanese Album release...Please visit my other Channel. Keep Rockin! . http://www.youtube.com/user/squizzy104?feature=mhum#p/a/u/2/6MHSf1SP2nM
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Gillan - Living For The City【 High-Quality Sound 】
 
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Gillan - Living For The City - 0:05 Personal digitally-remastered music which is the high-quality sound flavor. From Magic. Guitar - Janick Gers
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"Nervous"  Gillan
 
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From the Album "Glory Road"
"Ian Gillan & The Javelins" Juke Box - album out August 31st, 2018
 
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The official pre-listening for "Ian Gillan & The Javelins", out August 31st, 2018. Pre-order here: https://iangillan.lnk.to/Javelins _______________________ IAN GILLAN REUNITES WITH HIS VERY FIRST BAND FOR A MUSICAL JOURNEY THROUGH THE SONGS AND THE SOUNDS OF THE DAYS WHEN IT ALL BEGAN… “IAN GILLAN & THE JAVELINS” – THE STUDIO ALBUM – OUT ON AUGUST 31st on earMUSIC. “In the early 1960’s, you might have seen The Beatles doing Chubby Checker’s ‘Twist and Shout’ at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, or The Rolling Stones doing Chuck Berry’s ‘Come On’ at the Station Hotel in Richmond, and The Javelins doing Howlin’ Wolf’s ‘Smokestack Lightning’ at Wistowe House in Hayes.” – Ian Gillan Every Deep Purple true lover knows how much their magic and powerful style is the result of many different influences brought in by the single members, all merging into the powerful sound loved by millions of rock fans. Ian Gillan´s love for American soul and Rhythm & Blues as well as skiffle and early rock and roll has been well documented in many articles and interviews. Founded in the early 60s, The Javelins were influenced by Pop, Soul, Country, Jazz and Blues artists from America. They soaked up the music of their heroes, added their own stamp and went from town to town to perform their favourite songs in front of a small but ever growing audience – becoming local heroes themselves. This was the time when Ian Gillan discovered himself, broke the chains and ‘found his voice’. The Javelins paved the way for the Ian Gillan who, only a few years later, wrote music history with Deep Purple, becoming one of the most iconic frontmen of all time and, together with very few others, shaped rock music the way we know it today. “These contemporary recordings (2018) by The Javelins are drawn from our set lists, circa 1963, when I was 18 years old. Now, a few years later, I have the privilege and joy of working with my old mates from the original group; Gordon Fairminer (Lead Guitar); Tony Tacon (Rhythm Guitar); Tony Whitfield (Bass Guitar); Keith Roach (Drums), as we make a long overdue L.P.” Ian Gillan has defined this new studio album as “a collection of catchy rhythms and feel-good melodies”. This understating definition shows Gillan´s ability to still look at those songs and his whole career with the same eyes of the 18 year old boy who sang them many years ago. But there is a lot more to this recordings… By paying tribute to music legends such as Chuck Berry, The Drifters, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly and Bo Diddley, Gillan and The Javelins have not only managed to do that. Avoiding the use of any modern technology, the band has managed to find the spontaneity and true sense of freedom of pop and rock and roll music of 50 years ago, probably without completely realizing it themselves. One world superstar and four friends who have taken very different directions in life (none decided to “turn pro” as they would say it) but still able to capture the essence of what being a performing band is about. This album is what happened during four days of recordings in a studio in Hamburg, Germany, where instruments, microphones, lyrics sheets and memories were the only tools allowed. This album is not an act of nostalgia, or a celebration of the purity of the old days versus modernity. This is simply what the Javelins were in 1963… and this is what they are now, if they happen to meet in the studio, embracing their guitars and look at each other with a big smile on their face. This is where it all started. “Ian Gillan & The Javelins” has been recorded at the Chameleon Studios during a five days recording session in Hamburg, March 2018, Germany. It features Don Airey as special guest on piano. It will be released on August 31st, 2018 on earMUSIC as CD digipak, 1LP Gatefold (180g, black) and Digital. #iangillan #iangillansolo #iangillannewalbum
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Ian Gillan & The Javelins "Do You Love Me" Official Song Stream
 
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Add now to your playlist and get the song here: https://iangillan.lnk.to/DoYouLoveMe IAN GILLAN REUNITES WITH HIS VERY FIRST BAND FOR A MUSICAL JOURNEY THROUGH THE SONGS AND THE SOUNDS OF THE DAYS WHEN IT ALL BEGAN… “IAN GILLAN & THE JAVELINS” – THE STUDIO ALBUM – OUT ON AUGUST 31st on earMUSIC. “In the early 1960’s, you might have seen The Beatles doing Chubby Checker’s ‘Twist and Shout’ at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, or The Rolling Stones doing Chuck Berry’s ‘Come On’ at the Station Hotel in Richmond, and The Javelins doing Howlin’ Wolf’s ‘Smokestack Lightning’ at Wistowe House in Hayes.” – Ian Gillan Every Deep Purple true lover knows how much their magic and powerful style is the result of many different influences brought in by the single members, all merging into the powerful sound loved by millions of rock fans. Ian Gillan´s love for American soul and Rhythm & Blues as well as skiffle and early rock and roll has been well documented in many articles and interviews. Founded in the early 60s, The Javelins were influenced by Pop, Soul, Country, Jazz and Blues artists from America. They soaked up the music of their heroes, added their own stamp and went from town to town to perform their favourite songs in front of a small but ever growing audience – becoming local heroes themselves. This was the time when Ian Gillan discovered himself, broke the chains and ‘found his voice’. The Javelins paved the way for the Ian Gillan who, only a few years later, wrote music history with Deep Purple, becoming one of the most iconic frontmen of all time and, together with very few others, shaped rock music the way we know it today. “These contemporary recordings (2018) by The Javelins are drawn from our set lists, circa 1963, when I was 18 years old. Now, a few years later, I have the privilege and joy of working with my old mates from the original group; Gordon Fairminer (Lead Guitar); Tony Tacon (Rhythm Guitar); Tony Whitfield (Bass Guitar); Keith Roach (Drums), as we make a long overdue L.P.” Ian Gillan has defined this new studio album as “a collection of catchy rhythms and feel-good melodies”. This understating definition shows Gillan´s ability to still look at those songs and his whole career with the same eyes of the 18 year old boy who sang them many years ago. But there is a lot more to this recordings… By paying tribute to music legends such as Chuck Berry, The Drifters, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly and Bo Diddley, Gillan and The Javelins have not only managed to do that. Avoiding the use of any modern technology, the band has managed to find the spontaneity and true sense of freedom of pop and rock and roll music of 50 years ago, probably without completely realizing it themselves. One world superstar and four friends who have taken very different directions in life (none decided to “turn pro” as they would say it) but still able to capture the essence of what being a performing band is about. This album is what happened during four days of recordings in a studio in Hamburg, Germany, where instruments, microphones, lyrics sheets and memories were the only tools allowed. This album is not an act of nostalgia, or a celebration of the purity of the old days versus modernity. This is simply what the Javelins were in 1963… and this is what they are now, if they happen to meet in the studio, embracing their guitars and look at each other with a big smile on their face. This is where it all started. “Ian Gillan & The Javelins” has been recorded at the Chameleon Studios during a five days recording session in Hamburg, March 2018, Germany. It features Don Airey as special guest on piano. It will be released on August 31st, 2018 on earMUSIC as CD digipak, 1LP Gatefold (180g, black) and Digital.
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Gillan - Black Night / Helter Skelter (Live)
 
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Recorded live at Wembley Arena, London, England December 17, 1982 source : soundboard recording This is last concert of the band:Gillan [1978-1982] Line up; Ian Gillan (vocals) Janick Gers (guitar) Colin Towns (keyboards) John McCoy (bass) Mick Underwood (drums, percussion) "Black Night" was originally released by Deep Purple (1970) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Night http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000005RQT/ "Helter Skelter"was originally released by The Beatles (1968) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helter_Skelter_(song) *Gillan ver. later released as bonus track of the album 「Magic」(1989/2007 reissue) http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000NA2U6E/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_(Gillan_album)
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Ian Gillan & The Javelins "It's So Easy" Official Song Stream - Album out August 31st
 
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"It' So Easy" by Ian Gillan & The Javelins - album out August 31st, 2018. Pre-order here: https://iangillan.lnk.to/Javelins __________________ IAN GILLAN REUNITES WITH HIS VERY FIRST BAND FOR A MUSICAL JOURNEY THROUGH THE SONGS AND THE SOUNDS OF THE DAYS WHEN IT ALL BEGAN… “IAN GILLAN & THE JAVELINS” – THE STUDIO ALBUM – OUT ON AUGUST 31st on earMUSIC. “In the early 1960’s, you might have seen The Beatles doing Chubby Checker’s ‘Twist and Shout’ at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, or The Rolling Stones doing Chuck Berry’s ‘Come On’ at the Station Hotel in Richmond, and The Javelins doing Howlin’ Wolf’s ‘Smokestack Lightning’ at Wistowe House in Hayes.” – Ian Gillan Every Deep Purple true lover knows how much their magic and powerful style is the result of many different influences brought in by the single members, all merging into the powerful sound loved by millions of rock fans. Ian Gillan´s love for American soul and Rhythm & Blues as well as skiffle and early rock and roll has been well documented in many articles and interviews. Founded in the early 60s, The Javelins were influenced by Pop, Soul, Country, Jazz and Blues artists from America. They soaked up the music of their heroes, added their own stamp and went from town to town to perform their favourite songs in front of a small but ever growing audience – becoming local heroes themselves. This was the time when Ian Gillan discovered himself, broke the chains and ‘found his voice’. The Javelins paved the way for the Ian Gillan who, only a few years later, wrote music history with Deep Purple, becoming one of the most iconic frontmen of all time and, together with very few others, shaped rock music the way we know it today. “These contemporary recordings (2018) by The Javelins are drawn from our set lists, circa 1963, when I was 18 years old. Now, a few years later, I have the privilege and joy of working with my old mates from the original group; Gordon Fairminer (Lead Guitar); Tony Tacon (Rhythm Guitar); Tony Whitfield (Bass Guitar); Keith Roach (Drums), as we make a long overdue L.P.” Ian Gillan has defined this new studio album as “a collection of catchy rhythms and feel-good melodies”. This understating definition shows Gillan´s ability to still look at those songs and his whole career with the same eyes of the 18 year old boy who sang them many years ago. But there is a lot more to this recordings… By paying tribute to music legends such as Chuck Berry, The Drifters, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly and Bo Diddley, Gillan and The Javelins have not only managed to do that. Avoiding the use of any modern technology, the band has managed to find the spontaneity and true sense of freedom of pop and rock and roll music of 50 years ago, probably without completely realizing it themselves. One world superstar and four friends who have taken very different directions in life (none decided to “turn pro” as they would say it) but still able to capture the essence of what being a performing band is about. This album is what happened during four days of recordings in a studio in Hamburg, Germany, where instruments, microphones, lyrics sheets and memories were the only tools allowed. This album is not an act of nostalgia, or a celebration of the purity of the old days versus modernity. This is simply what the Javelins were in 1963… and this is what they are now, if they happen to meet in the studio, embracing their guitars and look at each other with a big smile on their face. This is where it all started. “Ian Gillan & The Javelins” has been recorded at the Chameleon Studios during a five days recording session in Hamburg, March 2018, Germany. It features Don Airey as special guest on piano. It will be released on August 31st, 2018 on earMUSIC as CD digipak, 1LP Gatefold (180g, black) and Digital. #iangillan #iangillansolo #itssoeasysong
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Gillan -  Demon Driver (1982)
 
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Deep Purple - Fireball
 
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This is the first track from Deep Purple's fifth album, Fireball (1971). Lineup (Mk II) - Ritchie Blackmore: guitar, Ian Gillan: vocals, Roger Glover: bass, Ian Paice: drums/percussion, and John Lord: keyboards and Hammond organ Lyrics: The golden light about you show me where you're from The magic in your eye bewitches all you gaze upon You stand up on your hill and bebop all around you They wonder where you're from oh yeah They wonder where I found you Oh my love it's a long way Where you're from it's a long way I tried to understand you, I tried to love you right The way you smile and touch me always sets my heart alight Your lips are like a fire burning through my soul And people ask me where you're from They really wanna know Oh my soul it's a long way Where you're from it's a long way Magic woman wrecking up my soul Things you tell me have never been told Magic woman I don't know Electric before me I love you so I love you so You're racing like a fireball dancing like a ghost You're Gemini and I don't know which one I like the most My head is getting broken and my mind is getting bust But now I'm coming with you down the road of golden dust Oh my love it's a long way Where you're from it's a long way
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A METALROOM TV #55 : GILLAN / Magic ギラン マジック
 
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Japanese HR/HM maniacs are talking about TANK / Filth Hounds of Hades http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEK8O5_Oh38 http://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/B000NA2U6E/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il?ie=UTF8&camp=247&creative=1211&creativeASIN=B000NA2U6E&linkCode=as2&tag=stand05-22 ■IAN GILLAN official site http://www.gillan.com/ Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ametalroom Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/A_METALROOM Blog http://ameblo.jp/ametalroom/
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