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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Deep Purple: Entire Sao Paulo, Brazil Gig (Oct 10th) Streaming Online

The entire gig in Sao Paulo, Brazil on October 10th is streaming below.

Review from

As expected, Deep Purple started with a powerful “Highway Star”, but I was particularly happy with “Hard Lovin’ Man” which followed. As expected many young fans had a cold reception for this song and other lesser known old songs (at least lesser known here in Brazil) such as “No One Came”. That’s predictable, as you must be 50+ years old to understand what these songs meant at their time.

Apart from “Perfect Strangers” and “Knockin’ at Your Back Door”, more recent songs like “Rapture of the Deep” also received a less enthusiastic reception from the audience. In general, everybody wanted to hear the classics from Mk. II and Deep Purple delivered them all.

In general, the show seemed to me a little "bureaucratic" but I enjoyed it. My emotion from the first appearances in Brazil is vanishing, but it’s still Deep Purple. Long Live Purple!"

Set list: 
Highway Star
Hard Lovin' Man
Maybe I'm A Leo
Strange Kind Of Woman
Rapture Of The Deep
Mary Long
Contact Lost - Steve Morse Solo
When A Blind Man Cries
The Well-Dressed Guitar
Knocking At Your Back Door
No One Came
Don Airey Solo
(including Mr Crowley and two pieces of Brazilian music - " Tico tico no fubá" and "Aquarela do Brasil")
Perfect Strangers
Space Truckin'
Smoke On The Water

Roger Glover solo
Black Night

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