What if you like Deep Purple and, in particularly, their live albums but you have all the obvious albums and you’re a bit tired of hearing more versions of Highway Star, Space Truckin’ etc…
How about investigating what members of Deep Purple have done as solo artists away from the Deep Purple brand.
Rainbow while they were a great hard rock band in 1975 to 1977 are the obvious first choice but what about the albums by Ritchie Blackmore afterwards?
David Coverdale and Whitesnake are another obvious option.
And what about Jon Lord, Ian Gillan, Glenn Hughes and the great Tommy Bolin?
To help you to find the best live albums, that may well include some covers of Deep Purple classics, I have an album poll…
What Are The Best Live Albums By Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes and Tommy Bolin Outside The Deep Purple Brand?
If you are still hungry for more Deep Purple live albums, you may be interested in voting in and seeing the results of the Deep Purple poll.
The Best Live Albums Of All Time
Made In Japan is widely recognised as a terrific hard rock live album.
If you don’t see many of your favourites, they may be in the second division poll for hard rock and heavy metal live albums. Promotion will happen for albums that get the most votes.