Live At The Birmingham Nec
The September 14, 2002 Deep Purple have held one of the most exceptional concerts of their career-ending in the beautiful setting of the NEC Arena in Birmingham. Just a few days before Jon Lord, the charismatic founder, had announced his separation from the band, making this event an historic farewell concert. However, the beginning of the show he committed the substitute, Don Airey to headboards, but then the lights moving in and focus on the input of Jon Lord scene for a dazzling version of "Perfect Strangers". Among the bonus interviews with Ian Gillan and Roger Glover. This live was initially available only in the box set "Around The World Live box set", (now out of print). And 'therefore a "must" for fans of the band, as it is the exhibition with two keyboard players in training.