Deep Purple - Machine Head
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1)Introduction 2)Highway Star 3)Smoke On The Water 4)Pictures Of Home 5)Space Truckin' 6)Never Before 7)When A Blind Man Cries Bonus Interviews
1)No Smoke Without Fire 2)The Beast 3)Make Everything Louder 4)Black Night 5)Keep On Space Truckin' 6)Maybe Leo's Off Beat 7)Break A Leg Frank 8)Roger's Machine Head 9)'Never Before' original 1972 Promo
Top Customer Reviews
Machine head is my all time favourite album-or maybe Made in japan (I'm not quite sure everytime I listen to a DP album I think it's the best),anyway Machine Head being one of my favourite albums it's with a great deal of fears that I stuck the DVD in the player, ready to be dessapointed by the stories, the remarks or whathever might be shown or said.
On the contrary this DVD is exactly how I pictured the session, recording in a hotel lobby with a lot of emotions and thrilling memories.
I like the mix of old and brand new images-all interviews are very recent, I love how they show how they started a song, added a solo, where it came from,...
You can see that Machine Head still means a lot to the MARK 2 members and Martin Birch.A brilliant documentary.
Also features rare Live footages with an extraordinnary version of Smoke On the water-from solo till end.
A great sense of humour and honesty.This documentary proves they didn't cheat while recording the album and that's probably why MACHINE HEAD became one the best rock album ever released!
Oh, well, still---a fantastic dvd.
Thanks; Ritchie,Ian ,Roger, Jon and (little)Ian for the greatest Rock-music ever!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a very low budget film but still some fun. Lots of troma style gore here. Recommended if you like ultra low budgetPublished on November 16, 2013 by JerseyGirl
Bought this back when the 180 grams LP's were coming back. Nice to have in a collection of Lp's Can never go wrong with a Classic album such as this.Published on April 10, 2013 by Renee Mahlman
"Death Lives" is the oxymoron often repeated by science nerd Max Kelp (Josh Walitt). The writers of the film were so proud of that line it became the mantra for the film. Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by The Movie Guy
I enjoyed this awesome piece about the time when the greatest band recorded this masterpiece. Great interviews with everyone and the stories about the times they spend together... Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by Jeff
As someone else mentioned, how can you discuss Machine Head and completely ignore 'Lazy'? It's the equivalent of discussing Zeppelin's 4th album without mentioning 'Stairway'. Read morePublished on February 20, 2012 by frankp93
A great video for any one who ever liked the group Deep Purple and thought that Machine Head was an exceptional rock album. Honast interviews after much time has passed. Read morePublished on January 9, 2012 by fly'n J
Machine head is a great low budget horror movie.I think that it is a must see movie and i recommend this movie to any one.Published on December 28, 2010 by jason bernard
Walk into any music store's guitar section and you will typically hear various levels of talent attempting to play Smoke On The Water..... Read morePublished on June 28, 2010 by keyz
MACHINE HEAD is an extremely low-budget film about mad science creating a murderous maniac w/ a lawnmower engine strapped to his head! That's about it, but isn't that enough? Read morePublished on March 17, 2010 by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein