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RITCHIE BLACKMORE, chose to quit following the 1994 European dates, putting in his last show on 17th November at the Helsinki Icehall, an event that threw the band into a great deal of confusion as dates were already booked for Japan. DEEP PURPLE quickly drafted in renowned guitarist JOE SATRIANI to fulfill the dates, along with a Swedish festival, before adding ex-DIXIE DREGS and KANSAS guitarist STEVE MORSE on a permanent basis. Morse came with an enviable reputation, the Jazz Rock guitarist citing a plethora of awards from various guitar magazines.

Blackmore, meanwhile, formed a new band, later utilising the RAINBOW moniker, with ex-MIDNIGHT BLUE vocalist Dougie White, BLUE OYSTER CULT's rhythm section of bassist Greg Smith and drummer John O'Reilly. The latter duo had also previously played with JOE LYNN TURNER's solo band. Blackmore's swansong with DEEP PURPLE was thus captured on the live album 'Come Hell Or High Water'.

Steve Morse's tenure with DEEP PURPLE was originally on a trial basis with a short batch of dates in Mexico and two 'secret' Florida gigs after which he was debuted officially as a permanent member of the group on DEEP PURPLE's first South African dates, supported by URIAH HEEP, before a tour of India. An extensive British and European tour followed before American dates with support act TYPE O NEGATIVE.

Amusingly, Pop act KULA SHAKER lent DEEP PURPLE a revival of sorts when their version of 'Hush' became a British chart hit in March 1997.
The band spent the summer of 1999 headlining numerous European festivals.

2000 found DEEP PURPLE back on the road in Europe embarking on an ambitious venture with the Romanian Philharmonic Orchestra. Joining the band for the first half of the set was ex-RAINBOW and BLACK SABBATH and present day DIO frontman Ronnie James Dio. The set was opened by ex SAVOY BROWN / T REX / CHICKEN SHACK and BROKEN GLASS man Miller Anderson with the title track from JON LORD's latest solo release 'Pictured Within'. The band's October 29th Rotterdam Ahoy appearance would later be released as an official, albeit mail order only, live album.

During March of 2001 DEEP PURPLE gave a benefit concert in Bangalore to aid of the victims of the recent Indian earthquakes. Touring in America throughout the summer of 2001 had the band hooked up with joint headliners LYNYRD SKYNYRD and guest TED NUGENT. The band's enduring appeal would be amply illustrated when, following a gig in Stockholm, their 1972 classic 'Made In Japan' re-entered the Swedish charts at no. 18. A rather special gig on the world tour itinerary came with a charity show in Modena, Italy when Gillan paired up with Opera heavyweight Pavarotti for a rendition of 'Nessun Dorma'!

Other activity during the year from PURPLE people saw STEVE MORSE contributing to MANUEL BARRUECO's album 'Nylon & Steel' and ROGER GLOVER putting in his talents to a tribute album in memory of GOV'T MULE's late Allen Woody. Meantime Ian Paice put in a session on the JIM CAPALDI album 'Living On The Outside'. Ian Paice would unite with Italian guitarist TOLO MARTON appearing on his album 'Dal Vero', being featured on two JIMI HENDRIX cover versions 'Stone Free' and 'Hey Joe'. The drummer, alongside GLENN HUGHES, would turn up as a guest on the 'Twister' album from Italian hot shot guitarist MAX MAGAGNI, featuring on a live take on 'Highway Star'. The same track would be given a radical new interpretation by gloom mongers TYPE O NEGATIVE as their donation to the NASCAR 'Crank It Up' album.

As a new DEEP PURPLE studio album was readied in the latter half of 2001 the band announced June dates in America co-billed with SCORPIONS and DIO. Meantime an album of great interest to PURPLE aficionados arrived the same month with two erstwhile band vocalists, GLENN HUGHES and JOE LYNN TURNER, uniting for a HUGHES TURNER project album. A Japanese tour by the duo yielded the 'Live In Tokyo' album which included renditions of 'Stormbringer', 'Mistreated' and 'King Of Dreams'.

DEEP PURPLE returned to the British stages in 2002 for a lengthy tour commencing on February 6th at Grimbsy Auditorium, however shows would be pulled mid term as Gillan was found to be suffering from a severe throat infection. The remaining dates would be re-scheduled for September. However, just as touring plans for dates in Russia were confirmed the long-term of stability of DEEP PURPLE was rocked by the departure of JON LORD. The band was swift to announce the esteemed DON AIREY, a veteran of OZZY OSBOURNE, WHITESNAKE and RAINBOW amongst many others, as replacement. Subsequently it was then learned that the scheduled European tour would in fact see Lord and his familiar Hammond organ still in place for his last hurrah with the band.

Ian Paice scheduled a series of drum clinics in Italy throughout October, working in tandem with DON AIREY on these tuition gigs. Meantime, With interest in their former tour mate DIO at a renewed high Spitfire Records re-issued his recent 'Killing The Dragon' album in September containing two tracks 'Fever Dreams' and 'Rainbow In The Dark', both recorded live at the Ahoy in Rotterdam, Holland on the DIO/DEEP PURPLE Concerto tour and featuring guesting members of DEEP PURPLE.

On September 7th a trio of IRON MAIDEN players — drummer Nicko McBrain, guitarist Janick Gers, and vocalist BRUCE DICKINSON — surprised DEEP PURPLE fans by joining the Rock veterans on stage during their London Hammersmith Apollo gig for a rendition of the classic 'Smoke On The Water'. NAZARETH frontman Dan MaCafferty would join the band onstage at their Clyde Auditorium concert in Glasgow.

Although the band, including DON AIREY, set about recording a brand new studio album DEEP PURPLE guitarist Steve Morse still embarked on a brief run of January 2003 dates with his band DIXIE DREGS. Ian Paice took time out from recording sessions too by oddly performing with the Italian DEEP PURPLE tribute band GIANLUCA TAGLIAVINI during February. The new DEEP PURPLE album, in keeping with the veterans sense of humour, was given a provisional title of 'Bananas'. Initially thought to be a joke this title, making references to GM crops, third world debt and revealed to also have been in the running for the 'Abandon' opus, finally stuck.

June also brought news of a high profile DEEP PURPLE connected project as it was learned that both STEVE MORSE and JON LORD had ensconced themselves in a Florida studio with none other than established Australian Rock star JIMMY BARNES and the erstwhile URIAH HEEP and OZZY OSBOURNE rhythm section of bass player Bob Daisley and drummer Lee Kerslake. This venture, seeing Lord backing out in favour of DON AIREY, would take on the title of LIVING LOUD for a 2004 debut 'Relentless'.

DEEP PURPLE scheduled a lengthy run of European dates commencing August and taking the band right through until the close of the year. The Scandinavian leg of the trek found the group paired up with URIAH HEEP whilst the band united with Thrash stalwarts SEPULTURA for four major Brazilian shows in September.

Amidst the optimism of this renewed flush of success one poignant moment came to bear upon the band. At their 23rd September show in Mexico City DEEP PURPLE were presented with plaques containing remnants of CDs, 'Machine Head', 'Purpendicular' and RAINBOW's 'Down To Earth', they gave to astronaut Kalpana Chawla for her mission on the Columbia space shuttle, which crashed on its return to earth earlier in the year. The three damaged discs were presented by Chawla's husband Jean-Pierre Harrison and came with certificates of authenticity signed by NASA officials. Chawla had been an ardent DEEP PURPLE fan, having been in email communication with the band whilst she was in space. Steve Morse penned the 'Bananas' instrumental 'Contact Lost' in memory of the Columbia crew.

DEEP PURPLE opened their 2004 touring schedule with US shows allied with THIN LIZZY. Although plugging the 'Bananas' album the group novelly reprised the entire 'Machine Head' record live on stage. Gigs throughout the Summer had the band traversing the Far East, Japan, China, Australia, including support from veteran Rockers ROSE TATTOO at the State Theatre in Sydney, and a long awaited return to New Zealand, putting in two gigs in Auckland and Christchurch. The band would be back on North American soil in August, partnering once again with THIN LIZZY and also adding one time DEEP PURPLE stand in JOE SATRIANI to the bill. UK dates for November had the band lined up with THUNDER and PETER FRAMPTON. Fans received a pleasant surprise at the group's 13th November stop at London's Wembley Arena when they were joined onstage for 'Black Night' by JON LORD. The following night, at the Cardiff International Arena, legendary ex-SCORPIONS guitarist ULI JON ROTH joined DEEP PURPLE, also jamming the encore of 'Black Night'.

In 2005 a documentary film was launched to celebrate IAN GILLAN's four decades of Rock n' Roll, the movie including contributions from the likes of TONY IOMMI, JOE SATRIANI, Ronnie James Dio, Sir Tim Rice, Luciano Pavarotti, DEF LEPPARD's Joe Elliott and JON LORD. The singer would also find himself in another on screen project, as part of the 'Rock School' documentary chronicling the pioneering work of Paul Green's School Of Rock Music in Philadelphia. Gillan fronted up a version of DEEP PURPLE's 'Highway Star' backed by musicians from the school. Working with producer Nick Blagona, the singer travelled to Toronto to cut an album during February to coincide, this featuring re-works of tracks from THE JAVELINS, EPISODE SIX, DEEP PURPLE, GILLAN and BLACK SABBATH. Of particular note would be a re-make of BLACK SABBATH's 'Trashed', from the 1983 'Born Again' album, featuring TONY IOMMI on guitar, ROGER GLOVER on bass and Ian Paice on drums.

Following a one off Swiss show on 3rd March DEEP PURPLE headed to Los Angeles to craft a new studio album 'Rapture Of The Deep' for new label Edel Records. The following month the band announced they were to close a four decade business relationship with EMI Records. Scandinavian dates in May strangely neglected the major territory of Sweden whilst including Norway, Finland and Denmark. To compensate, one canny Finnish businessman, Vesa Keskinen, offered to give Swedes attending the Finnish date free tickets. US gigs throughout June and July saw support from fellow veterans MOUNTAIN. The Canadian leg of the tour had the equally venerable APRIL WINE as support act. A notable gig in Barrie, Ontario, Canada on 2nd July saw DEEP PURPLE performing as part of the 'Live 8' global world poverty awareness concerts organised by Bob Geldof.

New material from 'Rapture Of The Deep' would be debuted on 10th October at an invite only "secret" gig held at London's Hard Rock Cafe. The set list included album tracks 'Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye', 'Rapture Of The Deep' and 'Wrong Man'. DEEP PURPLE and ALICE COOPER teamed up for a German tour in February 2006.


01 Money Talks
02 Girls Like That
03 Wrong Man
04 Rapture Of The Deep
05 Clearly Quite Absurd
06 Don't Let Go
07 Back To Back
08 Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye
09 MTV (Limited Edition Bonus Track)
10 Junkyard Blues
11 Before Time Began
+ Exclusive Studio Footage And E.P.K.


Ian Gillan (vocals)
Steve Morse (guitar)
Roger Glover (bass)
Don Airey (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)