DIXIE DREGS: Legendary 1978 MONTREUX JAZZ FESTIVAL Performance To Be Released On DVD

The legendary 1978 Montreux Jazz Festival performance of the DIXIE DREGS (featuring DEEP PURPLE guitarist Steve Morse) has been licensed for DVD and will be ready for release in time for the band's January 2005 tour. Recorded on July 23, 1978 at The Casino, the DVD features the following tracks:

01. Freefall (4:08)
02. Leprechaun Promenade (3:35)
03. Country House Shuffle (3:30)
04. Patchwork (4:27)
05. Attila the Hun (3:47)
06. Wabash (4:34)
07. Punk Sandwich (3:50)
08. Wages of Weirdness (3:56)
09. Take It Off the Top (4:01)
10. Catherine (2:41)
11. Dixie (3:33)

The lineup is as follows:

Steve Morse - Guitar
Allen Sloan - Violin
Andy West - Bass
Rod Morgenstein - Drums
Mark Parrish – Piano, Keyboardsd

The producers are sourcing any information and photos from the period. If anyone has anything they would like to bring to the project, contact the Steve Morse webmaster (webmaster@stevemorse.com).


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