THE STEVE MORSE BAND: 'Live In Baden-Baden' DVD Available
According to a posting on the DEEP PURPLE fan site The Highway Star, THE STEVE MORSE BAND has just released a DVD, entitled "Live In Baden-Baden", featuring performances from 1990 — a few years before guitarist Steve Morse joined DEEP PURPLE. The DVD features two concerts culled from the vaults of the German television program "Ohne Filter Show". The three exemplary musicians concoct a blend of intoxicating music — a sound Steve Morse describes as "too rock for jazz". With Steve busy for the next year or so with DEEP PURPLE's "Rapture of the Deep" world tour, and bassist Dave LaRue equally committed to touring with JOE SATRIANI, this may be your best chance to see THE STEVE MORSE BAND live for some time to come.
"Live In Baden-Baden" DVD track listing:
01. The Introduction
02. General Lee
03. Country Colors
04. Sleaze Factor
05. Highland Wedding
06. Tumeni Notes
07. Point Counterpoint
08. Night Meets Light
09. Ice Cakes
10. Rock 'n' Roll Park
11. Pride Of The Farm
12. Cruise Missile
Additional features include four performances from 1984 and the promotional video for "Cruise Missile".
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