Joh Lord Discografia


CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA

DEEP PURPLE :

Ritchie Blackmore (gtr); Ian Gillan (vcl); Roger Glover (bss); Jon Lord (org/pno/kbr); Ian Paice (drm); and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold.

Comments from Highway Star :

Lord’s Concerto was performed live at the Royal Albert Hall on 24 September 1969; it was televized (in the UK and Denmark) and later also released on video (slightly edited), and it gave Deep Purple a huge marketing. Gillan finished his lyrics just minutes before taking the mike; and a subsequent concert arranger secured a local brazz band to play with Deep Purple since he couldn’t get the symphony orchestra! (Read all about it on the video sleeve notes.) The Concerto was performed a second time at the Hollywood Bowl during August 1970. Any recordins from that?

Concerto For Group And Orchestra [lp] : UK Jan 1970 Harvest SHVL 767

Concerto For Group And Orchestra [cd; extra material] : UK 1991 EMI CDP-7-94886-2

Concerto Mov. 1 Edit/Concerto Mov. 2 Edit : UK Jan 1970 Harvest PSR 325

Concerto For Group And Orchestra : UK 198- BBC

Concerto For Group And Orchestra [edit video] : UK 1992 Connoisseur CCV 1003

GEMINI SUITE

DEEP PURPLE :

Ritchie Blackmore (gtr); Ian Gillan (vcl); Roger Glover (bss); Jon Lord (org/pno/kbr); Ian Paice (drm); the Light Music Society conducted by Malcolm Arnold.

Comments from Highway Star :

The Concerto evoked the BBC to commission Lord to write another one, which he did. It was first performed by Deep Purple and the Light Music Society (with Malcolm Arnold again as theconductor) at the Royal Festival Hall in London on 17 September 1970. The individual movements of the Gemini Suite are slightly based on the personalities of Deep Purple. It was later re-recorded in the studio (see below) with a slight change in musicians (and musical arrangement).

Gemini Suite Live [cd] : UK 1993 RPM Records RPM 114

GEMINI SUITE

JON LORD :

Tony Ashton (vcl); Yvonne Elliman (vcl); Roger Glover (bss); Albert Lee (gtr); Jon Lord (org/pno/kbr); Ian Paice (drm); the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold.

Gemini Suite [lp] : UK Aug 1972 Purple TPSA 7501

Gemini Suite [lp] : Germany 1972 EMI/Purple Records 1c062-92817

Gemini Suite [cd] : Germany 198- Line Records LICD 9.00122-O

Gemini Suite [cd; pirate?] : Russia April 1998 Purple Pyramid

THE LAST REBEL

ASHTON GARDEN & DYKE :

Ashton, Gardner & Dyke, together with the Royal Liverpool Symphony Orchestra.

Comments from Highway Star :

Lord and Ashton wrote the soundtrack for a movie called The Last Rebel, directed by Denis McCoy, and featuring Jack Elam, Victoria George, Ty Hardin, Joe Namath, Woody Strode, and others. The music was performed by Ashton, Gardner & Dyke, and was later released on record. While Ashton sings on a few tracks, Lord doesn’t perform anywhere on it.

The Last Rebel [lp] : US 1971 Capitol SW-827

You Me And a Friend Of Mine/… : UK 1971 Capitol CL 15702

WHAT A BLOODY LONG DAY IT’S BEEN

ASHTON GARDEN & DYKE :

Lord did some string arrangements for Ashton Gardner & Dyke on a track called “Falling Song”

which appears on the album What A Bloody Long Day It’s Been.

What A Bloody Long Day It’s Been [lp] : UK 1972

What A Bloody Long Day It’s Been [cd] : Germany 19– Repertoire Records REP-4457

FIRST OF THE BIG BANDS

ASHTON & LORD :

Tony Ashton (vcl/msc) & Jon Lord (msc); with Carmine Appice (drm); Madeline Bell (bvc); Howie Casey (sxp); Dave Casswell (trp); Terry Cox (drm); Jim Cregan (gtr); Mike Davies (trp); Jerry Donahue (gtr); Pat Donaldson (bss); Tony Ferguson (bvc); Pete Frampton (gtr); Jim Helms (bvc); John Mumford (trm); Ian Paice (drm); Dick Parry (sxp); Frank Ricotti (prc/vbr); Kenny Rowe (bvc); Graham White (bvc); Jo Ann Williams (bvc); Roger Willis (bvc).

First Of The Big Bands [lp] : UK Apr 1974 Purple TPS 3507

First Of The Big Bands [white lp] : Germany 1983 Line Records LILP 4.00119-J

First Of The Big Bands [cd] : Germany 198- Line Records LILP 4.00119-O

WINDOWS

JON LORD :

Tony Ashton (vcl); David Coverdale (vcl); Ray Fenwick (gtr); Glenn Hughes (bss/vcl); Jon Lord (kbr); Pete York (drm); the Orchestra of the Munich Chamber Opera conducted by Eberhard Schoener.

Comments from Highway Star : Lord & Schoener made a “Continuo On BACH” i.e. they finished an unfinished fugue by J. S. Bach. Together with a piece called “Window”, it was performed and recorded live during the European presentation of Prix Jeunesse on 1 June 1974 at the Herkulessaal of the Munich Residenz.

Windows [lp] : UK 1974 Purple TPSA 7513

Windows [lp] : Europe 19—Harvest 062-95634

Windows [lp] : Germany 198- Line Records LILP 4.00117 J

Windows [cd] : Germany 198- Line Records LICD 9.00117 J

FIRST OF THE BIG BANDS BBC RADIO 1 LIVE IN CONCERT

ASHTON & LORD :

Carmine Appice (drm); Tony Ashton (kbr/vcl); Howie Casey (sxp); Dave Caswell (trp); Jim Crogan (gtr); Mike Davis (trp); Geoff Dolby (sxp); Pat Donaldson (bss); Ray Fenwick (gtr); Jon Lord (kbr); Max Middleton (pno); John Mumford (trm); Ian Paice (drm); Dick Parry (sxp).

Comments from Highway Star : Ashton & Lord compiled a huge band to do a live concert for BBC Radio 1 based on the First Of The Big Bands-album. It took place on 12 September 1974 at the London Paladium.

BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert [cd] : UK 1993 Windsong WINCD 033

  

SARABANDE

JON LORD :

Paul Karass (bss); Jon Lord (kbr); Mark Nauseef (prc); Andy Sommers (gtr); Pete York (drm); and the Philharmonia Hungarica conducted by Eberhard Schoener.

Comments from Highway Star : A superb rock/classics-fusion by the Lord himself. From the sleeve notes: “The theme behind the music … is that of a baroque dance suite. A form of music which was brought to its highest level by Bach.” The Bouree pops up now and then whenever Lord does his solo appearances.

Sarabande [lp] : UK Nov 1976 Purple TPSA 7516 (97943)

Sarabande [lp] : Germany 1983? Line Records LILP 9.00124-O

Sarabande [cd] : Germany 19– Line Records LICD 9.00124-O

Bourée/Aria : UK Aug 1976 Purple PUR-131

MALICE IN WONDERLAND – PAL BBC RADIO 1 LIVE IN CONCERT

PAICE ASHTON & LORD :

Tony Ashton (kbr/vcl); Jon Lord (kbr); Bernie Marsden (grt); Paul Martinez (bss); Ian Paice (drm);

Comments from Highway Star : PAL recorded an album, toured and started recordings for another album, but financial consideration eventually put a stop to that, which was vastly unfortunate since they managed to record a superb album; definitely one of the best Deep Purple spinn-offs ever! As for the second album, it was apparently recorded in its entirety except for the vocals. Unfortunately, however, the master tapes seem to have vanished; at least, they can’t be found! PAL also did a short tour, during which Ashton fell of the stage and broke his leg; it didn’t stop him finishing the concert though 🙂

Malice In Wonderland [lp] : UK Oyster 2391 269

Malice In Wonderland [cd; extra material] : Germany 1995 Repertoire Popumentary REP-4568-WY … : US

BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert [cd] : UK Windsong WINCD 025

 

BEFORE I FORGET

JON LORD :

Tony Ashton (vcl); Sam Brown (bvc); Vicki Brown (vcl/bvc); Boz Burrell (bss); Elmer Gantry (vcl); Jon Lord (kbr); Simon Kirke (drm); Bernie Marsden (gtr/vcl); Neil Murray (bss); Ian Paice (drm); Simon Phillips (drm); Cozy Powell (drm); Mick Ralphs (gtr).

Comments from Highway Star :Lord booked Britannia Row Studios in September 1981 to start recordings for a new solo thing, which came to a temporary halt when Whitesnake started sessions in October. The solo record was later finished during February/March 1982. A suggestion: listen to Vicki Brown on “Say It’s Allright” (…and then she started singing! Wow!).

Before I Forget [lp] : UK Jun 1982 Harvest SHSP 4123

Before I Forget [cd; extra material] : UK 1993 RPM Records RPM 126

Bach Onto This Edit/Going Home : UK Mar 1982 Harvest HAR 5220

THE COUNTRY DIARY OF AN EDWARDIAN LADY

JON LORD :

Together with Alfred Ralston, Jon Lord wrote the theme music for a Central Independent Television series called The Country Diary Of An Edwardian Lady, and which featured such UK stars as Pippa Guard, Jill Benedict, James Coombes, Tim Munro, Brian Rawlinson, and others. The soundtrack was released on album but Lord doesn’t perform anything on that.

The Country Diary Of An Edwardian Lady [lp] : UK 1984 Safari Records DIARY 1

PICTURED WITHIN

JON LORD:

Solo Cello: Haagen Kuhr ; Oboe Et Cor Anglais: Ina Stock ; French Horn: Frank Struck ; String Quartet: Rodrigo ; Reichel (Violin), Stefan Pintev (Violin), Mike Routledge (Viola), Haagen Kuhr (Cello) ; Vocal on “Pictured Within”: Miller Anderson ; Vocal and backing voices on “Wait A While” and “Evening Song”: Sam Brown ; Violin Solo on “Evening Song”: Stefan Pintev ; Cello Solo on “Evening Song”: Vytas Sondeckis ; Percussion: Mario Argandona ; Orchestral Percussion: Pete York ; Fretless Bass: Colin Hodgkinson ; Kora: Ravi ; Flutes: Thys Van Leer ; Soprano Saxophone: Rick Keller ; Voices on “Pictured Within” by The Vocaleros: Mario Argandona, Sabine Van Baaren, Cristina Lux-York, Serge Maillard, Stefan Scheuss ; Voices on “Crystal Spa”: Sabine Van Baaren, Christina Lux-York

Pcitured Within [cd] Germany Oct 1998 EMI

JON LORD WITH THE HOOCHIE COOCHIE MEN

Multiple and various artists releases with Jon Lord material

The Kinks

Mick Avory (drm); Dave Davies (gtr/vcl); Ray Davies (vcl/gtr); Pete Quaife (bss); Jon Lord (kbr); Jimmy Page (gtr).

Long Tall Sally/I Took My Baby Home : UK Mar 1964 Pye 7N 15611

You Really Got Me/It’s All Right : UK Aug 1964 Pye 7N 15673

The Kinks [lp] : UK Oct 1964 Pye NPL 18096

The Kinks [cd] : Germany 1987 PRT Records 8.26670 ZR

You Really Got Me [lp] : US 1964 Reprise Records 6143

Kinksize Hits: You Really Got Me/It’s All Right/All Day And All Of the Night/I Gotta Move [ep] : UK 1964 Pye

Records NEP 24203

You Really Got Me [2cd] : Germany 1994 edel company

The Artwoods

Derek Griffith (gtr); Keef Hartley (drm); Jon Lord (kbr); Colin Martin (drm); Malcolm Pool (bss); Art Wood (vcl).

Talking About You/Kansas City [7″ acetate] : UK 1964

Hoochie Coochie Man [7″ acetate] : UK 1964

Sweet Mary/If I Ever Get My Hands On You : UK Sep 1964 Decca F.12015

Big City/Oh My Love : UK 1965 Decca F.12091

Goodbye Sisters/She Knows What To Do : UK 1965 Decca F.12206

If I Ever Get My Hands On You/Sweet Mary/Oh My Love/Big City [ep] : France 1965 Decca 457076

I Take What I Want/I’m Looking For A Saxophonist : UK 1966 Decca F.12384

I Feel Good/Molly Anderson’s Cookery Book : UK 1966 Decca F.12465

Jazz In Jeans [ep] : UK 1966 Decca DFE.8654

Art Gallery [lp] : UK 1966 Decca LK.4830

Art Gallery [lp] : UK 1969 Eclipse ECS-2025

Art Gallery [cd; extra tracks] : Germany 199- Repertoire REP-4533-WY

What Shall I Do/In The Deep End : UK 1967 Parlophone R 5590

100 Oxford Street [lp] : UK 1983

100 Oxford Street [cd] : UK Apr 1991 Edsel Records ED CD 107

St Valentine’s Day Massacre

Derek Griffith (gtr); Jon Lord (kbr); Colin Martin (drm); Malcolm Pool (bss); Art Wood (vcl).

Brother Can You Spare A Dime/Al’s Party : UK 1967 Fontana TF.883

100 Oxford Street [lp] : UK 1983

100 Oxford Street [cd] : UK Apr 1991 Edsel Records ED CD 107

Art Gallery [cd; extra tracks] : Germany 199- Repertoire REP-4533-WY

Santa Barbara Machine Head

Twink Alder (drm); Kim Gardner (bss); Jon Lord (kbr); Ron Wood (gtr/vcl).

Blues Anytime 4 [1lp] : UK Dec 1967 Immediate Records

An Anthology Of British Blues Vol. 2 [2lp] : UK Nov 1969 Immediate Records IMAL 05/06

Richard Digance

Riachard Digance (vcl?); together with Barrimore Barlow (drm); John Glascock (bss); Jon Lord (kbr); David Palmer (kbr); Tony Williams (bss).

Lord guests on three tracks, “A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square” “Goodbye My Friend Goodbye” and “Back Street International”.

A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square/Jungle Cup Final : UK Jan 1979 Chrysalis CHS 2285

A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square/Jungle Cup Final : UK 1979 Chrysalis CHS 2385 [reissue]

Commercial Road [lp] : UK 1979 Chrysalis CHR 1262

Bernie Marsden

Lord guests on three tracks, viz. “Sad Clown”, “Brief Encounter” & “Are You Ready?”. Paice is also there on a few tracks.

“And About Time Too” [lp] : Japan Mar 1980

“And About Time Too” [lp] : UK 1980 Sunburst 1c064-64361

“And About Time Too” [cd; extra material] : UK 1996 RPM Records RPM-152

Bernie Marsden (gtr/vcl) with: John Cook (kbr); Jon Lord (kbr); Neil Murray (bss); Ian Paice (drm); Simon Phillips (drm); Cozy Powell (drm); Michael Schenker (hcl).

Another solo offering from one of ‘em Whiteguitar Snakeplayers, with Lord guesting on “Look at me now”, “So far away”, “Who’s foolin’ who?”, “Byblos (parts 1 & 2)” and “Can you do it?”.

Look At Me Now [lp] : UK 1981 … PCS-7217

Look At Me Now [cd; extra material] : UK 1996 RPM Records RPM-153

Graham Bonnet

Graham Bonnet (vcl); Jon Lord (kbr); Mick Moody (gtr); Cozy Powell (drm); Gary Twigg (bss).

According to the album sleeve notes, Lord only guests on one of the album tracks, viz. “Don’t Stand In The Open”. The sleeve notes on the Liar-single credits Lord for keyboards; he does not, however, appear on the track “Liar”. The b side – i.e. “Bad Days Are Gone” – doesn’t appear on the album so Lord could be on that.

Line Up [lp] : UK/Europe 1981 Vertigo 6302 151

Night Games/Out On The Water : UK Mar 1981 Vertigo VER 1 (6000-637)

Liar/Bad Days Are Gone : UK Jun 1981 Vertigo VER 2

George Harrison

George Harrison (msc) backed up by: Ray Cooper (prc); Jon Lord (snt); Mike Moran (snt); Billy Preston (kbr); Henry Spinetti (drm).

Lord did a session for his ol’ mate George playing syntheziser on a track called “Circles”.

Gone Troppo [lp] : UK/Europe 1982

Gone Troppo [lp] : Spain 1982 WEA Records 92-3734-1

Cozy Powell

Don Airey (kbr); Mel Galley (gtr); Colin Hodgkinson (bss); Jon Lord (kbr); Gary Moore (gtr); Cozy Powell (drm); plus the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

Octopuss [lp] : Japan 1982

Octopuss [lp] : Germany Aug 1983 Polydor

David Gilmour

David Gilmour (vcl/gtr); together with Ian Kewley (org/pno); Pino Palladino (bss); Jeff Porcaro (drm); plus: Steve Winwood (pno/org); Anne Dudley (snt); Bob Ezrin (kbr); Louis Jardine (prc); Ray Cooper (prc); Jon Lord (snt); the Kick Horns [i.e. Roddy Lorimer, Barbara Snow, Tim Sanders, Simon Clerk] (hrn); Vicki & Sam Brown (bvc); Micky Feat (bvc); Roy Harper (bvc); Steve Rance (prg); and the National Philharmonic Orchestra.

About Face [lp] : Europe 1984 EMI Records 1c 064-2400791

Wind In The Willows

Bimbo Acock (sxp); Tony Ashton (pno/vcl); Tony Barton (vcl); Donovan [Leitch] (vcl); John Entwistle (bss); Joe Fagin (vcl); Ray Fenwick (gtr); Steve Hackett (htr); Eddie Hardin (pno/vcl); Val McKenna (vcl); Mike O’Donnell (bss); Raf Ravenscroft (sxp); Zak Starkey (drm); Chris Thompson (gtr); plus also Don Airey (kbr); Maggie Bell (vcl); Graham Bonnet (vcl); Jon Lord (kbr); Steve Richardson (bss); Pete York (drm).

An “adult” adaption of some children’s fairy tale, originally written by some Kenneth Garame.. There is also a live recording of this thing, recorded during 1991.

Wind In The Willows [lp] : UK 1985 President Records PTLS-1078

Alvin Lee

Alvin Lee (gtr/vcl), with some sessioners incl. Boz Burrell (bss); George Harrison (gtr); Jon Lord (org); Leo Lyons (bss).

Lord guests on two tracks: “Ordinary Man” & “Let’s Go”.

Detroit Diesel [lp] : US 1986 Atco/21 Records 90517

Pete York’s Super Drumming

Lord appears on Pete York’s second Super Drumming project recorded in Germany.

Super Drumming II – Folge 1 [2lp] : Germany 1989 Global 209888/209889

Vicki Brown

Vicki Brown (vcl); together with: Jess Bailey (pno); Chris Ballin (bvc); Joe Brown (gtr/mnd); Tim Goldsmith (drm); Derek Green (bvc); Mario Grendo (bvc); Paul A. Lee (bvc); Ian Maidman (bss); Zetiah Massiah (bvc); Gary Moore (gtr); Phil Palmer (gtr); Juliet Roberts (bvc); Iris Sutherland (bvc).

Lord guesting on a friend’s album. He plays organ on “We Are One”.

About Love And Life [cd] : Europe? 1990 Polydor 847266-2

Sam Brown

Sam Brown (vcl); plus a variety of sessioners, including Jon Lord (pno).

With Lord guesting on one track, viz. “Contradictions”. Sam (or Samantha) is Vicki Brown’s daughter – if you didn’t already know.

April Moon [lp] : UK 1990 A&M Records 397036

April Moon [cd; extra material] : UK 1990 A&M Records

Wind In The Willows

Don Airey (kbr); Tony Ashton (pno/vcl); Maggie Bell (vcl); Graham Bonnet (vcl); Joe Fagin (vcl); Ray Fenwick (gtr/bss); Eddie Hardin (pno/vcl); Donovan [Leitch] (vcl); Jon Lord (kbr); Val McKenna (vcl); Raf Ravenscroft (sxp); Steve Richardson (bss); Zak Starkey (drm); Pete York (drm).

During 1984/1985, Lord took part in a session thing called Wind in the Willlows, which was a musical adaptation of some children’s fairy tale, originally written by Kenneth Garame. It was eventually performed live at the Zeltfestival in Freiburg during June 1991.

Wind In The Willows – A Rock Concert [cd] : Germany 1992 In-Akustik Records INAK 9010

Still A Few Pages Left UK 1995 RPM Thunderbird CSA106

Cozy Powell

Cozy Powell (drm); together with: Don Airey (kbr); Lawrence Cottle (bss); John Deacon (bss); Ray Fenwick (gtr/kbr); Jeff Francis (kbr); Gerry Lane (vcl); Jon Lord (kbr); Steve Lukather (gtr); Steve Makin (gtr/kbr); Brian May (gtr); Neil Murray (bss); Geoff Nicholls (kbr); Jamie Page (gtr); Billy Sheehan (bss); John Sinclair (bss).

Another session for Lord, who guests on two tracks, viz. “The Rocket” & “Legend of The Glass Mountain”.

The Drums Are Back [cd] : Europe 1992 Electrola 0777-799226-2

The Drums Are Back [cd] : Japan 1992

Alvin Lee

Clarence Clemons (sxp); Billie Dixon (bss); Steve Grant (bss/kbr/bvc); George Harrison (gtr); Jimmy Johnson (pno); Alvin Lee (gtr/vcl); Jon Lord (kbr); Alan Young (drm).

With Lord guesting on two tracks, viz. “Real Life Blues” & “Wake Up Moma”.

Zoom [cd] : Germany 1992 Mega MRCD 3199

Ride

Andy Bell (vcl/gtr); Laurence Colbert (drm); Mark Gardner (vcl/gtr); Steve Queralt (bss); plus guesting Jon Lord (kbr).

One of Lord’s guest appearances. He plays hammond on at least three tracks: “Moonlight Medicine”, “At The End Of The Universe” and “Journey To The End Of The Universe”.

Cosmic Carnival [cd] : UK/Japan 199? Sire Records

Carnival Of Light [cd] : Europe 1994 Creation CRE 184T

How Does It Feel To Feel [cd ep] : Europe 1994 Creation

I Don’t Know Where I Comes From [cd ep] : Europe 1994 Creation CRESCD 189R

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