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The last 100 copies…

June 21, 2016

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All Those Years Ago is the exclusive photo biography on Jon Lord‘s life and career.

Now down to its final 100 copies in stock, the book was created in close cooperation with Jon Lord’s family by Rufus Stone Limited Editions.

At a special price, these last 100 copies come with an special photo supplement featuring a selection of photos by legendary music photographer Fin Costello personally selected by Vicky Lord.

Costello photographed Deep Purple on and off stage on many occasions, and his iconic photos adorn several of the band’s albums including Made in Japan, Burn and Made in Europe.

The photo supplement comes in its own clamshell box individually signed by Glenn Hughes. The photo biography itself is signed by Rick Wakeman.

The Last 100 will ship at the end of July and comes at the special, all inclusive price of £240 (including FREE delivery to anywhere in the world). Once they’re gone, they’re gone.

The book itself features Jon’s never before seen personal family photographs and Jon’s own photographs from Deep Purple along with contributions from Jon’s colleagues, friends and family and unpublished professional images.

It also includes two previously unreleased songs on a 10″ single; All Those Years Ago and Northern Lights along with an filmed and previously unreleased performance of Jon’s Concerto for Group and Orchestra on DVD. (The DVD will also include the music from the 10″ single.)

Order your copy of The Last 100 now from Jon Lord’s official webshop. All orders will be shipped at the end of July.

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2 comments

  1. Maybe a strange question, but is there a way to order just the DVD? I’d like to honour Jon through what he contributed to the building of my character, which relates to his creations and not to his image. In this way, I feel that you can’t listen to enough different versions of the Concerto if you want to get really close to him. I found a Youtube link to an unofficial recording of a full performance in Hagen, but authorized releases would be much better.


  2. long live Jon keep your music going where ever you we still Love your music JON



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