Iron Butterfly & Deep Purple

Iron Butterfly is an American psychedelic rock band best known for the 1968 hit In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida . Deep Purple are an English rock band formed in Hertford in 1968. They are considered to be among the pioneers of heavy metal and modern hard rock, although some band members claimed that their music cannot be categorised as belonging to any one genre. 5.0/5

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This is my jam: Space Truckin' (Album ... by Deep Purple on Iron Butterfly Radio ♫
7/8 This day in music... 1967, The Monkees began a 29-date tour with The Jimi Hendrix Experience as support act. Hendrix was dropped after six shows after being told his act was not suitable for their teenybopper audience. 1968, Pink Floyd kicked off their first 20-date North American tour at the Kinetic Playground in Chicago. The club became a driving force in the music business, hosting famous rock acts such as The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Who, The Byrds, Janis Joplin, The Mothers of Invention, The Grateful Dead, MC5, Jethro Tull, Deep Purple, Iron Butterfly, Fleetwood, Vanilla Fudge, Muddy Waters and Jefferson Airplane. 1969, Marianne Faithfull collapsed on the set of 'Ned Kelly' after taking a drug overdose. She was admitted to a Sydney Hospital, (she was later dropped from the movie). 1970, The Everly Brothers Show, started an eleven-week prime time slot on ABC- TV in the US. It began as a summer replacement in 1970 for The Johnny Cash Show. 1971, A minor riot occurred during a Mott The ...
Just woke up from the best nap ever! Then the girls did it. They sent me to the 70's music. Deep Purple, Three Dog Night, Iron Butterfly - I'm jammin, and it ain't pretty. Right On!!!
Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Iron Butterfly Bassist Lee Dorman Dead at 70 By Miriam Coleman | December 22, 11:32 AM ET Lee Dorman, bassist for Iron Butterfly, died on Friday at the age of 70, the Associated Press reports. According to a spokesman for the Orange County Sheriff's Department, Dorman was found dead in a vehicle on Friday morning and may have been on his way to a doctor's appointment. Dorman was born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1942. He joined the Southern California-based Iron Butterfly for its second and best-known album, In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida, which was released in 1968. The 17-minute title track helped the album sell more than 30 million copies, and a three-minute version of the song became a Top 40 hit. 2012 In Memoriam: Musicians We Lost During Iron Butterfly's temporary break-up in the 1970s, Dorman and guitarist Larry Reinhardt formed the metal-jazz fusion band Captain Beyond, with Rod Evans from Deep Purple. The group released three albums and had a radio hit with the 1973 song "Sufficie . ...
My generation lived the Vietnam War and Flower Power with more intensity than America. Because we, the teenagers of those years, were trying harder to build an America on our own. We did not have Levi's jeans and shirts, we were forbidden to wear long hair and would receive a banana for Easter and one for Christmas. But we knew by heart all the songs: Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Uriah Heep, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, Santana, Jethro Tull, Iron Butterfly, Slade. Just name it and we knew it! We did not have clubs, but our parties gave birth to untainted love, that, in time, turned into strong friendship. We were the ones to build our America in a hidden corner of the schoolyard where a fair-golden-haired, blue-eyed girl recreated all the tunes ever: Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Donovan. Universal Soldier... I cried when Vietnam became communist. It was not my war, but it was then when a myth collapsed for the first time. And it was to collapse for many times from that day on... That's why OUR America, that America ...
Been a long day. Think I'll end it with a little IPOD action, Iron Butterfly and some Deep Purple should do the trick!!!
Bio: Biography: Dead on Arrival® (alternately and confusingly also known as (D.O.A.) is a heavy metal, psychedelic acid rock band influenced by the likes of Iron Butterfly, Uriah Heep, Vanilla Fudge, and Deep Purple. Drummer and Middletown, NY, native Rick Ferrusi founded the group in his home state, and provided most of the spirituality tinged songwriting direction. Dead on Arrival/D.O.A. convened an additional lineup of vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Tommy Dee, guitarist Adam Frye, and bassist Mike LePond in 1991. The group issued Alive and Kickin' on the independent Polo label in 1996. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide
The California Years Chapter 2- Story 7 (part two) ... The next thing I know, my hair is growing long, I'm rocking out, Mom buys me and Phillip a guitars, Alvino take over the back room at 1134 S. San Gabriel Blvd, he was in the basement first and when I say took over he had things in his futuristic mind, he would make them psychedelic rooms with all kinds of lights and sound systems you wouldn't believe, just like the garage in Show Low Arizona of his last days. Then he buys a drum set, paints the walls black, makes his own strobe light, surround sound, and let the parties begin! we had the best of music, Beatles, Stones, Credence, Starship, Alice, Bowie, Santana, Iron Butterfly, Humble Pie, Curtis Mayfield, Deep Purple, Jefferson Airplane, Black Sabath, War, El Chicano, Woodstock, Led Zeplin, just so many great bands and every week they would put out a new hit, one after another. I was very young, everyone was older, there was me Rudy, Phillip, Alvino, Alfred,Franky, Tally, Corrine, Blanche, Liz, Olivia ...
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