Audio Podcast Opinion / Commentary 

The Rock And Roll Geek Show – 824 – Michael Street In Studio

Friend of the show Michael Street flew in to San Francisco to come see The Darkness with me. He sits in on the show in my studio and we spin some tunes, play show reviews of Judas Priest, Schenkerfest and an audio comment from a listener who bailed on the show and came back. https://traffic.libsyn.com/preview/secure/rockandrollgeek/RnRGeekShow_824.mp3

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Audio Podcast Hard Rock Headline 

The Rock And Roll Geek Show – 816 – Chris Tsangarides Tribute

On this episode I pay tribute to Chris Tsangarides, who passed away this week. He produced the Exodus album that I played on. He was a really nice man and a great talent. https://traffic.libsyn.com/preview/secure/rockandrollgeek/RnRGeekShow_816.mp3

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Audio Podcast Hard Rock Headline Interview Rock 

The Vinyl Guide – Ep092: The Long Goodbye with Ian Gillan of Deep Purple

Ian Gillan, vocalist for Deep Purple, joins us to talk about the records of his career, his time with Black Sabbath, his avoidance of nostalgia and the history and future of this legendary band. If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related. http://traffic.libsyn.com/vinylguide/Ep092_The_Long_Goodbye_with_Ian_Gillan_of_Deep_Purple.mp3

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Audio Podcast Interview 

Amps & Axes Podcast – This Week In Music – EP38

On this episode of This Week In Music the guys cover stories on… Benny Goodman, The Byrds, Jim McGuinn, Leon Russell, Glen Campbell, Larry Knechtel, Hal Blaine, David Crosby, Gene Clark, Don McLean, Van McCoy, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Van Halen, Sammy Hagar, David Lee Roth, The Rolling Stones, Peter And Gordon, Paul McCartney, Jane Asher, Peter Asher, Elvis Presley, Smile, Queen, The Fillmore East, Allman Brothers, Edgar Winter, The Beach Boys, Country Joe McDonald, Sonny, Cher, Gregg Allman, The Who, Robert Johnson, John Entwistle, The Who, Dick Clark, The…

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Album Discussion Hard Rock Interview Rock Story Teller Video Podcast 

Deep Purple – Nobodys Perfect launch on UK radio 1988

A classic Purple interview from 1988 featuring Jon Lord, Roger Glover and Ian Gillan discussing the band’s then new live album with Alan Freeman. The band had been on the road with Perfect Strangers and The House Of Blue Light before they decided to release a new live piece. This is Nobodys Perfect.

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Album Discussion Hard Rock Interview Rock Story Teller Video Podcast 

Deep Purple – Ian Gillan Electronic Press Kit for his solo album ‘One Eye To Morocco’

One Eye To Morocco is a solo album by Deep Purple’s vocalist Ian Gillan. The album material was written during the gap of Deep Purple’s 2008 world tour, in the US. It was released on 6 March 2009 and features Michael Lee Jackson on guitar, and was mixed and engineered by Nick Blagona, who had previously mixed Purple’s reunion album Perfect Strangers, as well as The House of Blue Light and Slaves & Masters.

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Hard Rock Rock Video Podcast 

Deep Purple – Gillan – Live in Gillingham 1982

The great GILLAN band were one of the hard rock bands to make a significant impact and commercial success in the United Kingdom during the early 1980s, with 5 albums in the Top 20. Hot on the heels of the DOUBLE TROUBLE album, the band toured ferociously. This line up features Ian Gillan, Colin Towns, Mick Underwood, John McCoy and a young Janick Gers who would go onto join Iron Maiden. Gilman Rocks!

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Hard Rock Interview Print Or Written Interview Rock 

Metal Express Radio – IAN GILLAN Interview

Here is a sample of the interview conducted by Mick Burgess. When you left Deep Purple, you formed The Ian Gillan Band, that had a much jazzier direction than Purple.  Why did you change direction back to Hard Rock with Gillan?  That just ran its course like everything does.  I knew I wanted to do something different but wasnt sure what I was going to end up with but I knew I wanted something that was a little more direct and much less complicated.  The problem with musicians is that…

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