T2 Media will release a DVD from PAL (PAICE, ASHTON, LORD) a group which emerged after the collapse of DEEP PURPLE in 1976. The band, which consisted of Ian Paice, Tony Ashton and Jon Lord, plus Paul Martinez (bass) and Bernie Marsden (guitar), didn't last long very long, having released just one studio album in addition to having played a few live concerts. The DVD includes the "Sight & Sound In Concert" from 1977. The tracks are as follows:

01. Ghost Story
02. On the Road Again
03. Silas and Jerome
04. Arabella
05. The Ballad of Mr. Giver
06. I'm Gonna Stop Drinkin
07. Steamroller Blues
08. Malice in Wonderland
09. Remember the Good Times
10. Sneaky Private Lee

The DVD also includes the "Lifespan" documentary with auditions, rehearsals, back-stage footage and live footage from the U.K. tour. No release date yet.

(Thanks: The Highway Star)


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