IAN GILLAN - Rock Profile (1995)
Former vocalist for the Javelins and Episode Six, Ian Gillan joined Deep Purple in 1969. They recorded the legendary albums "Deep Purple In Rock", "Fireball", "Machine Head" and "Who Do We Think We Are", as well as a number of live albums. He left Deep Purple in 1973 due to differences with guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, as well as exhaustion for excessive touring with Purple. He then formed The Ian Gillan Band around late 1975/early '76. They released two studio albums: "Child in Time" (1976), which included a "jazzy" version of the Purple classic, "Clear Air Turbulence" (1977), and a live album, recorded at the Budokan. He then disbanded "The Ian Gillan Band", and formed "Gillan". They released five albums: "Mr. Universe" (1979), "Future Shock" (1980), "Glory Road" (1980), "Double Trouble" (1981) and "Magic" (1982) before disbanding due to Ian's throat problems. Ian then met Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler and joined Black Sabbath in 1983. They did one album, "Born Again" that same year and toured in 1984. In that time, Ian got a call from Ritchie Blackmore, asking him to reform Purple MKII, along with band mates Jon Lord, Roger Glover and Ian Paice. Ian leaves Sabbath and rejoins Purple. They record "Perfect Strangers" (1984) and "The House of Blue Light" (1987), before his problems with Blackmore made him quit Purple yet again.
01. Can I Get A Witness (Jevelins)
02. Little One (Episode Six)
03. Driving Me Wild (Ian Gillan)
04. Strange Kind Of Woman - Live (Deep Purple)
05. The Temple (Jesus Christ Superstar)
06. You Make Me Feel So Good (Ian Gillan Band)
07. Secret Of The Dance (Gillan)
08. Roller (Gillan)
09. Nervous (Gillan)
10. Trouble (Gillan)
11. Mad (Gillan)
12. If I Sing Softly (Gillan)
13. Bluesy Blue Sea (Gillan)
14. Clouds & Rain (Gillan & Glover)
15. South Africa (Ian Gillan)
16. No More Cane On The Brazos (Gillan Naked Thunder)
17. Dancing Nylon Shirt - Pt1 (Gillan Toolbox)
18. Dancing Nylon Shirt - Pt2 (Gillan Toolbox)
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