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Deep Purple - with Orchestra - Live in Verona DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I know there are those who disagree with me, but I wouldn’t necessarily consider Deep Purple to be a progressive rock band.

Deep Purple - Live at the NEC DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This comes from the 2002 tour. Jon Lord had announced his retirement from Deep Purple. Don Airey was the new keyboardist. 

Deep Purple - From Here to inFinite BluRay
Review by Larry Toering
This is an upgrade to the movie that came with Deep Purple's latest album, for which they just released a Gold Edition.
Dream Theater - 5 Years In A Livetime (Video)
Review by G. W. Hill
 This video, the companion to the Once In A Livetime CD, chronicles the recent history of the band through assorted video clips.
Dream Theater - Live at Luna Park BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
This is arguably Dream Theater’s best live video released thus far.

Druckfarben - Artifact DVD
Review by Gary Hill
These guys have really come from nowhere and managed to impress.

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