This concert was recorded at the Arena di Verona, a Roman amphitheater originally built in 30 AD, on 18 July 2011.
Live in Verona is, at least on the surface, a gorgeously captured moment, testament to an ageless format - for Deep Purple, anyway - and one held in a remarkably picturesque Arena di Verona. But there’s more to it, much more. Live in Verona spotlights a band on its way back to relevancy, even if the setlist is dominated by songs from before Steve Morse’s now 20-year residency on guitar. Inspired by the youthful energy of this rising orchestra, they found new life after more than half a decade of performing the same songs without benefit of a new album. Fast forward to a subsequent stop in Canada, where in the audience sat producer Bob Ezrin. He returned for another show down the line, and another. Struck by their bounce-back energy and attention to detail, Ezrin eventually asked to produce Deep Purple’s next studio effort.
This concert was recorded at the Arena di Verona, a Roman amphitheater originally built in 30 AD, on 18 July 2011. Besides a Blu-ray/DVD release, the concert has also been released in Japan on 2CD. Film of the concert was released on October 21, 2014 by German label Eagle Rock Entertainment.
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Deep Purple with Orchestra Live in Verona features both an LPCM . and DTS-HD Master Audio . track. The difference in amplitude between the stereo and surround tracks is quite startling, but that also comes with a much more aggressive sounding low end in the surround track, something that can slightly subsume Gillan's vocals at times. The sound in nonetheless crystal clear in both of these offerings, with excellent reproduction in the midrange especially. Deep Purple: Live in Verona Blu-ray, Special Features and Extras
Filmed in the spectacular surroundings of the Arena di Verona, a Roman amphitheatre originally built in 30 AD, this concert from the summer of 2011 sees Deep Purple joined on stage by a full symphony orchestra for performances of all their classic tracks. Deep Purple remain one of the finest hard rock bands on the planet and are undoubtedly at their best when performing live.
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