Long Gone - Ian Gillan - What I Did On My Own Vacation (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Ian Gillan Gillan Japanese Vinyl LP w/OBI & Insert Nice Near Mint Free Shipping Favourite Auctions Gillan: Long Gone: VS Virgin: 7", 45 RPM, Single, UK: Gillan: Living For The City: VS Ian Gillan: What I Did On My Vacation: 10 Records: LP, Compilation, Album, Germany.
  2. Long Gone Lyrics. 5. Driving Me Ian Gillan & Mick Glossop. Writers Bernie Marsden, Colin Towns, Howlin’ Wolf & 6 more. More Gillan albums The Gillan Tapes, Volume 1. What I Did on My Vacation.
  3. Gillan Long Gone single () By the end of it was all over. Ian Gillan took a break from the band while having some throat nodules treated, only to return to the fold as lead singer of Black Sabbath! Gillan What I Did On My Vacation LP () Gillan What I Did On My Vacation CD () Gillan The Singles CD Boxset ().
  4. Jul 20,  · Ian Gillan has recalled the recording sessions for his self-title dband Gillan ahead of the release of a vinyl reissue box set. Gillan’s The Vinyl Collection will be released on October 7. The box set from the Deep Purple frontman contains five albums across seven LPs, including ’s Mr Universe, ’s Glory Road on 2LP with bonus disc For Gillan Fans Only, ’s Future.
  5. Jan 09,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Gillan: 'Long Gone' YouTube; Les Paul with ZZ Top - Duration: chris Ian Gillan (the best performance) in Concerto for Group and Orchestra 69 - Duration.
  6. Oct 17,  · Long Gone · Gillan Magic ℗ Demon Music Group Ltd Released on: Ian Gillan - Topic 9, views. Long Gone - Duration: The Brothers Bright - Topic Recommended for you.
  7. Limited box set containing seven gm vinyl LPs. Gillan - The Vinyl Collection houses together all five UK studio albums by the legendary rock powerhouse. All have been recreated as first pressing replicas, so Future Shock has the original 12x12 booklet and Glory Road contains the bonus LP For Gillan /5(10).
  8. 12 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ian Gillan - What I Did On My /5(41).
  9. The title is a humorous reference to Ian Gillan's notorious reticence to pay any attention to his own or Deep Purple live releases (as he explains in the album liner notes). This live album and video might well be one of the nicest chapters in Gillan's solo production ever and a reminder about how great his solo music and concerts have been.

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