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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Ian Gillan Band 1978 Live At The Budokan

Genre: Hard Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:12:38
Size: 166,11 MB

Review by Alex Henderson

As a solo artist, Ian Gillan had his share of fine moments in the studio, but it was on-stage where he was at his best -- a fact underscored by Live at the Budokan. First released as a two-LP set in 1982 and reissued on a single CD in the early '90s, Budokan boasts strong extended versions of Purple classics like "Smoke on the Water," "Woman from Tokyo," and the moody ballad "Child in Time," as well as some songs he'd recorded for his solo projects, including "Clear Air Turbulence," "Money Lender," and "Over the Hill." The CD's liner notes are atrocious (no personnel are listed), but the performances themselves - though not in a class with Purple's Made in Japan - are generally impressive. If you acquire only one of Gillan's post-Purple recordings, this would be the best choice.


01 - Clear Air Turbulence 12:50

02 - Scarabus 05:26

03 - Money Lender 10:54

04 - Twin Exhausted 05:05

05 - Over The Hill 08:35

06 - Mercury High 04:58

07 - Smoke On The Water 09:47

08 - Child In Time 10:17

09 - Woman From Tokyo 04:46

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