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Old Jul-07-2001, 11:38 PM
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Icon34 Butterfly Ball Live

This one almost sounds like they've overdubbed an audience mix in with the original recording, but even so Glenn is outstanding on Get Ready. Check it out for yourself with the clip below.



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Old Jul-08-2001, 7:50 AM
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Get Ready ..really live

David..
Great clip, man! You can tell that at least Glenns vocal is live..other parts I'm not so sure about..the audience reaction sounds canned..But Glenn,Oh..nearly always his live delivery is much more raw/soulful/with more"Glennisms"..
Thanks again from the Dallas-based Musician/Glenn-freaks!!
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Old Jul-09-2001, 10:20 AM
 
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this bootleg is taken from the movie "butterfly ball"
it was from english tv, so the audience is a little strange.
exist also the movie in italian linguage.
the narration voice was from the master of horror vincent price.

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Old Jun-07-2002, 1:51 PM
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Arrow Print ad...

Here's a print ad from 1975 for the show at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
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Old Jun-10-2002, 3:36 AM
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I have the video in MPEG

I have the video in MPEG format. Anyone interested contact me !

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Old Jun-10-2002, 10:00 AM
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Upload...

are you able to 'clip' Get Ready featuring Glenn? If it's less than 50MB, feel free to upload here.

Although you don't see much of Glenn in that song, just alot of really bad ballet dancers and such
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Old Jun-10-2002, 10:58 AM
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I will try to rip the clip and upload to the site

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Old Jan-23-2006, 9:45 PM
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Icon33 Coming to DVD

Looks like it's getting a DVD release in America - March 14th. Hopefully it'll be cleaned up as the VHS is not the best.
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Old Jan-23-2006, 10:29 PM
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Arrow The Butterfly Ball on DVD

Music Video Distributors and Film Chest have announced the home viewing release of "The Butterfly Ball" for North American distribution on DVD.

In 1973, Jonathan Cape Ltd. published a children's book called "The Butterfly Ball and Grasshopper's Feast". It contained a collection of poems by William Plomer, lavishly and intricately illustrated with 28 color plates by Alan Aldridge, an artist who had produced THE BEATLES Illustrated Lyrics. The inspiration for the work came from a poem "The Butterfly Ball and Grasshoppers Feast" by William Roscoe published in November 1806.

The book then prompted this jubilant live production of "The Butterfly Ball" that took place at the Royal Albert Hall on October 16, 1975. It was produced and directed by Tony Klinger, who later produced the critically acclaimed story of THE WHO, "The Kids are Alright". This performance of "The Butterfly Ball", magically narrated by Vincent Price, was a benefit for Bud Flanagan's Leukemia Fund and Action Research for the Crippled Child. Roger Glover, who at the time had just departed from DEEP PURPLE and was embarking on a career in producing music, was able to get most of the artists who had taken part in the studio recordings to perform.

Featuring:

Ian Gillan
Twiggy
Tony Ashton
Helen Chapelle
David Coverdale
John Gustafson
Eddie Hardin
Glenn Hughes
Earl Jordan
Judi Kuhl
Neil Lancaster
John Lawton
Mickey Lee Soule
Al Matthews
Barry St. John
Liza Strike
John Lord

"The Butterfly Ball" is scheduled for release on March 14.
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Old Jan-24-2006, 9:13 AM
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Butterfly Ball on DVD

No mention of Dio - did he not participate in the live concert, or is this just an oversight? From www.blabbermouth.net:

Music Video Distributors and Film Chest have announced the home viewing release of "The Butterfly Ball" for North American distribution on DVD.

In 1973, Jonathan Cape Ltd. published a children's book called "The Butterfly Ball and Grasshopper's Feast". It contained a collection of poems by William Plomer, lavishly and intricately illustrated with 28 color plates by Alan Aldridge, an artist who had produced THE BEATLES Illustrated Lyrics. The inspiration for the work came from a poem "The Butterfly Ball and Grasshoppers Feast" by William Roscoe published in November 1806.

The book then prompted this jubilant live production of "The Butterfly Ball" that took place at the Royal Albert Hall on October 16, 1975. It was produced and directed by Tony Klinger, who later produced the critically acclaimed story of THE WHO, "The Kids are Alright". This performance of "The Butterfly Ball", magically narrated by Vincent Price, was a benefit for Bud Flanagan's Leukemia Fund and Action Research for the Crippled Child. Roger Glover, who at the time had just departed from DEEP PURPLE and was embarking on a career in producing music, was able to get most of the artists who had taken part in the studio recordings to perform.

Featuring:

Ian Gillan
Twiggy
Tony Ashton
Helen Chapelle
David Coverdale
John Gustafson
Eddie Hardin
Glenn Hughes
Earl Jordan
Judi Kuhl
Neil Lancaster
John Lawton
Mickey Lee Soule
Al Matthews
Barry St. John
Liza Strike
John Lord

"The Butterfly Ball" is scheduled for release on March 14.
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No,that's correct. Gillan took Dio's place (his first live appearance since leaving Purple). Dio was too busy with Rainbow (or was blocked from doing it by Ritchie, is the other story).

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finally!!!!!!!!!!!

another dream come true release for me - I have waited a long time for this!!!!!


See, I'm a big Vincent Price fan too.......

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other mp3s please

I have it on vhs black & white copy bad quality the show is not so good many breaks between songs but is interesting for every purple fan This is the Gillan comeback on stage it must be on Mark IV days, Lord & Ashton , Ray Fenwick I love these oldies I would love to have also the Coverdale song and the Gillan song on mp3 or mpeg Another rare and unusual gig was about a year earlier I talk about the Lord's Windows any memorabilia ? I want to thank specialy David for all the rare videos HughesThrall 1982 MTV1994
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Arrow more news on the Butterfly Ball DVD

Earlier in the month Deep-Purple.net had posted these news concerning the Butterfly Ball DVD release...
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We have had a lot of requests for information on an advertised release in America only of The Butterfly Ball on DVD. We have not posted any details because we were not sure that all necessary permissions had been granted for this, and we have now been advised that there are problems which may well lead to it being cancelled. More news as we get it.


but amazon have posted my copy yesterday, so it seems that it has now been released!

Has anybody else ordered it?

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