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Beyond The Notes

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1. Miles Away
2. De Profundis
3. One From The Meadow (lyrics)
4. Cologne Again
5. I’ll Send You A Postcard (Pavane for Tony)
6. The Sun Will Shine Again (lyrics)
7. A Smile When I Shook His Hand
8. November Calls (lyrics)
9. The Telemann Experiment
10. Music For Miriam

Jon Lord – piano, Hammond organ, keyboards
Frida, Sam Brown, Miller Anderson – vocals
The Trondheim Soloists
Paul Shigihara – guitar
Urs Fuchs – bass
Mario Argandona – percussion, drums
Pete York – drums
– and more.

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6 comments

  1. Frida from ABBA is on track 6. It’s her first in a decade.
    It’s hard to believe this is the same Jon Lord who played Hammond in Purple. How times have changed!


  2. Music for Miriam has stopped me in my tracks time and again. No greater tribute exists to one loved and missed so much; it is an astounding work.


  3. One of the best recordings from Mr.Lord.Songs like I Smile When I Shook His Hand/Dedicated to late George Harrison/,The Sun Will Shine Again,and The Telemann Experiment is ALWAYS part on my Winamp!!!
    Greetings from Serbia!


  4. I have the SACD multichannel version of this disc and all I can say is it is wonderful. I really enjoy listening to it and often work with it in the background, it is a great disc. The arrangements in surround work really well and it is a huge disappointment that other discs are not in SACD, for the sound quality and listening experience is second to none.


  5. What a wonderful music!
    Thank you Mr. Jon Lord.

    Greetings from Marion from Nürnberg/Germany


  6. When I heard of Jon’s ;passing to the Light, I thought of A Smile When I Shook His Hand. There is a certain joy to the piece that permeates it. I feel that it is one of the best compositions Jon recorded. He touched my life in many ways. He showed me that having a classical background only enhances the rock music arena. That I was brought up in an environment that had classical music playing most of the time, I found a common thread with my family where we could agree that rock was not “noise”.

    I will miss his presence in the music world.



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