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Clear Air Turbulence - Ian Gillan Band - Live At The Budokan (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Tajind says:
    digitally remastered CD reissue from the Deep Purple vocalist's solo years. Live At The Budokan was recorded at the famous Japanese sumo wrestling venue on September 22nd by the Ian Gillan Band: Ian Gillan (vocals), Ray Fenwick (guitar) John Gustafson (bass), Colin Towns (keyboards), and Mark Nauseef (drums).
  2. Tolmaran says:
    Ian Gillan Band = イアン・ギラン・バンド* - Clear Air Turbulence = 鋼鉄のロック魂 ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Car) Air Mail Archive AIRAC
  3. Tadal says:
    Apr 08,  · Song Angel Manchenio; Artist Ian Gillan Band; Album Clear Air Turbulance; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, Entertainment One U.S., LP (on behalf of .
  4. Dinris says:
    Nov 11,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Clear Air Turbulence · Gillan Live At The Budokan ℗ - Demon Music Group Ltd ℗ Demon Music Group Ltd .
  5. Yozshugar says:
    First released as a two-LP set in and reissued on a single CD in the early '90s, Budokan boasts strong extended versions of Purple classics like "Smoke on the Water," "Woman from Tokyo," and the moody ballad "Child in Time," as well as some songs he'd recorded for his solo projects, including "Clear Air Turbulence," "Money Lender," and "Over the Hill."4/
  6. Yorr says:
    Listen free to Ian Gillan Band – Live at the Budokan (Clear Air Turbulence, My Baby Loves Me and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
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  8. Bak says:
    Gillan, inspired by his appearance at the Royal Albert Hall in October (in Roger Glover's project 'The Butterfly Ball And The Grasshopper's Feast'), formed this band for the express purpose of recording an album, in December They were originally called 'Shand Grenade', but the name was soon changed to The Ian Gillan Band for commercial reasons.

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