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tmc344 Jul-21-2012 4:22 AM

A very beautiful and heartfelt message from DC.

Very humble

lioness Jul-21-2012 5:52 AM

Face to Face' from 2009 - Rick Wakeman in conversation with Jon Lord, nearly one hour :bow: Makes my face wet again... :(
Jon Lord (9 June 1941 -- 16 July 2012) Part 1 of 4 - YouTube
Jon Lord (9 June 1941 -- 16 July 2012) Part 2 of 4 - YouTube
Jon Lord (9 June 1941 -- 16 July 2012) Part 3 of 4 - YouTube
Jon Lord (9 June 1941 -- 16 July 2012) Part 4 of 4 - YouTube

wolfysmith Jul-26-2012 10:00 AM

You can hear a tribute by Ritchie Blackmore and Rick Wakeman on the BBC via iplayer

starts at around 8 minutes 15 secs.

Blackmore:

"I'd never heard an organist play that way before. Jon had a lot of flash to his playing, which I enjoyed. And, of course, he was such an amiable person too. There was no ego there. My favourite piece of his is on Hush; his organ solo on that is just unbelievable…"

www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01kt7d1

geosoulberlin Jul-30-2012 3:36 PM

Don't know if this was already quoted somewhere but I just found another tribute of Metallica's Lars Ulrich who calls him "...the most accomplished, original and unique hard rock keyboardist that ever walked this planet.":

http://loudwire.com/metallicas-lars-ulrich-there-was-no-musician-like-jon-lord-in-the-history-of-hard-rock

tmc344 Jul-31-2012 6:31 AM

A tribute on Classicrockrevisited

www.classicrockrevisited.com/tributejonlord.htm

tmc344 Aug-01-2012 3:10 AM

A beautiful piece at Jon's website by Rasmus Heide

http://jonlord.org/2012/07/31/for-a-friend

lioness Aug-11-2012 2:45 AM

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An update from Simon Robinson:

Jon’s funeral service.

Although we had a lot of enquiries, Jon’s family very clearly wanted a totally private occasion for Jon’s funeral. The service took place in Hambleden, St Mary’s Church, on Tuesday July 31st and was attended by family and close friends. They have announced that a more public memorial service is to be held in London.
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It is the same church where Jon performed 'From Darkness To Light' a few years ago.

http://picturedwithin.com/henley_review.html


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Jimmy Staffugghione Aug-27-2012 4:05 PM

:bow: Jon...I'm angry....the only purple member that I dindn't seen live..what a great loss for the music!

Stormbringer74 Aug-28-2012 1:35 AM

Jon Lord’s family sends this message :

Quote:

We wanted to say thank you so much for all your beautiful, kind words and sensitive thoughts. We have been amazed and overwhelmed by it all.

It will continue to be a comfort to us that his music moved so many people across the world.

We do plan to honour his memory with a special event in 2013.

Many thanks,

Vicky, Amy and Sara
http://jonlord.org/2012/08/28/jons-family-says-thank-you

lioness Aug-28-2012 1:35 PM

Merci, Stormy. I have to think of Jon's family very often, especially of his daughters. I remember very well how lost I felt when my dad died more than seven years ago.

This time brings back sad memories :(

Bradley Sep-14-2012 2:27 AM

I was lucky enough to have met Jon 3 times in Australia. he was such a beautiful human being. I had a g'f once that wished Jon was her grandfather. he was that sort of a man. he exuded a warm caring nature and respect for people. His ability as a musician is just astounding

lioness Jul-16-2013 2:54 AM

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One year gone today, forever in our hearts :heart: :rose:

The interview was conducted at the Sydney Opera in 2003

Jon Lord (9 June 1941 -- 16 July 2012) - YouTube

Stormbringer74 Jul-17-2013 2:15 AM

amazing documentary... thanks for the link ! :thumbsup:

GH Jul-20-2013 11:42 PM

First time I heard Jon Lord was on Made in Japan.I remember Lazy vividly. I thought it was a damn spaceship!! Freaked my mother right out! Great stuff, thankyou Jon!

lioness Jul-16-2015 8:31 AM

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Gone three years, but never forgotten :rose:

wolfysmith Jul-21-2015 10:31 AM

Blue Plaque
 
there is now a blue plaque on his childhood home.

www.leicestermercury.co.uk/Deep-Purple-blue-plaque/story-26656224-detail/story.html


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