The Sunflower Jam – 14 Sep 2006

September 16, 2006

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Paul Weller, Jon Lord, Robert Plant, Ian Paice

Jacky Paice, Frida, Vicky Lord at the Sunflower Jam. Photo by Fin Costello

The Sunflower Jam

This unique event was held on 14th September 2006 in aid of the Complementary Therapy Team working within cancer services at University College London Hospital (UCLH) working with children, young people and adults with cancer. It costs £5000 per year for one therapist to work for one day a week on the wards with the patients, their families and the staff.

This special evening, organised by Jacky Paice, was to raise awareness and money and all proceeds from this event will go to The Sam Buxton Sunflower Healing Trust for more therapists to work in this important area by providing emotional and physical support, both within the Acute Cancer Care Unit and Outpatient’s Department, supporting patients from diagnosis to journeys end. Details at: http://www.thesunflowerjam.com

Both Ian Paice and Jon Lord have visited the children undergoing treatments and receiving therapies to see for themselves the integrated care and facilities at the hospital. As a result of these visits the idea of this fundraising evening was born. With support from HRH The Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health, which aims to facilitate the development of safe, effective and efficient forms of healthcare by encouraging conventional and complementary practitioners to work together to promote a holistic approach for the individual and some great names already on board the evening will consist of a sit down meal, auction and raffle finishing with a one off musical jam!

There were performances from Robert Plant, Ian Paice, Jon Lord, Paul Weller, Phil Manzanera, Linda Lewis, and Sam Brown supported by a Celebrity House Band including renowned musicians Paul ‘Wix’ Wickens, Margo Buchanan, Nick Fyffe and Bernie Marsden.

THE SUNFLOWER JAM setlist:

Linda Lewis: Sideways Shuffle (Linda Lewis), It’s In His Kiss (Betty Everett & Linda Lewis)

Bernie Marsden: Hush (Deep Purple)
Margo Buchanan: Black Night (Deep Purple)
Sam Brown: Burn (Deep Purple)

Paul Weller: Say You Don’t Mind (Denny Lane version), Never Found A Girl (Eddie Floyd), Feeling Alright (Joe Cocker)

Robert Plant: I’m Your Witchdoctor (John Mayall), What Is And What Should Never Be (Led Zeppelin), Can’t Help Falling In Love (Elvis Presley), Crawling Up A Hill (John Mayall), For What It’s Worth (Buffalo Springfield), Ramble On (Led Zeppelin), Good Times Bad Times (Led Zeppelin)

The Sunflower Jam: Help Me (Sonny Boy Williamson)

Smiler6 was at the Sunflower Jam, here’s what he wrote at the Highway Star forum about the event:

“I was lucky enough to be there. After the first two numbers with Linda Lewis, Jon Lord came on and the band (including Paice, Bernie Marsden, another keyboardist, percussionist and bassist plus three backing singers of which one was Sam Brown) launched into Hush, sung rather well by Bernie. A woman singer then gave us Black Night and Sam Brown then sang “Burn”. This, for me, was when it started getting surreal and dreamy. Paul Weller then came on and performed three covers (he was great and his voice went well with the old hammond sound). He was then replaced by Robert Plant who did the best part of an hour. It was… incredible. To be honest a lineup of Plant, Marsden, Lord and Paice would be a wonderful band and this performance proved it. They sounded incredible. A supergroup who was meant to be!!! I hope it gets repeated… somewhere! The encore saw Paul Weller join the band for one last number. Classic. Some grainy pics are at http://www.classicwhitesnake.com.”

You can also read Mark Smith’s review of the show at classicwhitesnake.com

Plus one more photo: http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=243793112&size=l

 

 

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Tour Dates 1974-2006 by MerlinKing

September 15, 2006

MerlinKing has kindly sent me a list of shows, setlists and lineups for all of JL’s concerts from the years 1974-2006. He promised to help even more. Much appreaciated! If you find anymistakes or would like to correct any information, LET ME KNOW!

“First Of The Big Bands” Live 1974

12 Sep – England, London

J. Lord (Organ, Piano), T. Ashton (Organ, Piano, Vocals), I. Paice (drums), P. Donaldson (Bass), C. Appice (Drums), J. Gragan (Guitar), R. Fenwick (Guitar), D. Cornell (Trumpet), M. Davis (Trumpet), H. Casey (Sax), D. Parry (Sax), G. Dolby (Sax), J. Mumford (Trombone), M. Middleton (Electric Piano) and M. Bell, G. White, K. Bone, T. Ferguson, R. Willis (B. Vocals)

1. We’re Gonna Make It
2. I’ve Been Lonely
3. Silly Boy
4. The Jam
5. Downside Upside Down
6. Shut Up
7. Ballad Of Mr Giver
8. Celebration
9. The Ressurection Shuffle

Olympic Rock & Blues Circus 1982

Ch. Farlowe (vcl), C. Hodgkinson (bs), J. Lord (kbr), P. York (drm) and others.

29 Sep – Germany, Berlin

1.Intro/ Motorboat
2. Watch The River Flow
3. A Whiter Shade Of Pale
4. Bass Solo/ Mississipi Delta Blues
5. Sincussion/ Drumsolo
6. Compared To What
7. Take Me On The Road
8. Never Loved A Woman
9. It’s Gonna Rain Today
10. Walk On The Wild Side
11. Stormy Monday Blues

Olympic Rock & Blues Circus 1989

14 October – Germany, Linz
17 October – Germany, Stuttgart
27 October – Germany, Krefeld
30 October – Germany, Dortmund
?? October – Germany, Hannover

M. Anderson (vcl), T. Ashton (vcl), C. Hodgkinson (bs), J. Lord (kbr), Z. Money (vcl), P. York (drm)

1. Intro
2. Chicken Shack
3. Sunshine Of Your Love
4. Let The Good Times Roll
5. One Room Country Shack
6. Tamp ‘em up Sally
7. Bass Solo
8. Ain’t Nothin…
9. Big Time Operator
10. Watch Your Step
11. Green Onions –Organ Solo
12. The Big
13. Promised Land’
14. It’s Weird
15. Going Back To Wuppertal
16. Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City
17. Barefootin’
18. Gimme Some Lovin’
19. I’m A Man
20. Resurection Shuffle
21. Lucille

Olympic Rock & Blues Circus 1990

14 August – Germany, Nurnberg

M. Anderson (vcl), T. Ashton (vcl), C. Hodgkinson (bss), J. Lord (kbr), P. York (drm). Possibly Ashton was replaced by someone at this particular gig.

Jon Lord & Friends 1994

13 August – Switzerland, Thun

1. Hollywood Rock N Roll
2. Before I Forget
3. With A Little Love
4. Burntwood
5. Fog On The Highway
6. Mama, don’t take that train
7. Bach Onto This
8. Gemini Suite Excerpts
9. Where Are You?
10. Bouree
11. Say It’s Alright
12. Smoke On The Water

M. Anderson (gtr), W. Dahlheimer (kbr), J. Lord (kbr), P. York (drm), another keyboardist, a bass-player, three female back-up vocalists plus a string ensemble.

Jon Lord & The Gemini Band 1995

6 July – Luxembourg, Luxembourg
8 July – Germany, Stuttgart

J. Lord (kbr), M. Anderson (vcl), C. Hodgkinson (bss), P. York (drm) and a few others.

1. Before I Forget
2. Hollywood Rock N Roll
3. Burntwood
4. Love Me Like A Man
5. Bass Solo/When I Woke Up Monday Morning
6. Bass Solo
7. That´s Why We Sing The Blues
8. Mama, don´t take that train
9. Bach Onto This
10. Green Onions
11. Gemini Suite – Vocals
12. Gemini Suite – Finale
13. Where Are You
14. Say It´s Allright
15. Smoke On The Water

JL live 1999

“Pictured Within” Tour 1999

16 May – Germany, Luxembourg
18 May – Germany, Stuttgart
19 May – Germany, Koln
20 May – Germany, Berlin
21 May – Germany, Halle
24 May – Germany, Munchen

J. Lord (piano), D. Muller (kbds, voc), M. Doepke (kbds), H. McRobbie (gtr, voc), M. Andragona (dr, perc, voc), I. Stock (Hobo, Cor Anglais, Blokfluit), R. Wartenberg and D. Anka (violin), D. Crisan (viola), H. Kur (cello), S. Brown (voc, perc, piano), C. Fontaine (djembe, voc)

1. Sunrise
2. Pictured Within
3. From The Windmill
4. Evening Song
5. Sarabande
6. Crystal Spa
7. A Different Sky
8. Breathe In Life
9. Before I Forget
10. The Dream
11. Where Are You?
12. Unsquared Dance
13. Music For Miriam
14. Wait A While
15. Gigue
16. Stop
17. Bouree

Jon Lord & Friends 2003

Jan – Australia

21-23. Sydney (Concerto performance with band “George”)
25/26. Sydney (Concerto)

Feb – Australia
6. Melbourne (With Hoochie Coochie Men)
7. Sydney (With HCM)
14. Coolum (With HCM)
15. Brisbane (Boom Of The Tinglin Strings)

Jon did not play, but was there as the composer.

March – Australia
1/2. Perth (Concerto)

May – Luxembourg
31. Luxembourg (Boom Of The Tinglin Strings)

Jon did not play, but was there as the composer.

Sep – Norway
13. Hell
14. Trondheim

— 2004 —
May – Norway
23. Bergen

June – Germany
12. Halle

Sep – Norway
9. Hell
29. St. Wendel

Oct – Germany
5. Koln (Dvd Shoot Beyond The Notes)

Plus TV appearances on German TV.

“BEYOND THE NOTES” TOUR 2005

Feb – Germany/Holland

6. Munchen
7. Stuttgart
8. Aschaffenburg
9. Hannover
10. Tilburg
12. Hamburg
13. Berlin

THE BAND
Jon Lord :Grand Piano; Organ
Matthias Kraus :Keyboards
Paul Shigihara :Guitars
Urs Fuchs :Bass & Double Bass
Bert Smaak : Drums
Mario Argandona : Percussion; Vocals; Guitars
Miller Anderson :Vocals; Guitar
Sabine van Baaren :Vocals
Susanne Heitmann :Flute; Klarinet
Trondheim Soloists (only in Koln 2004)
SETLIST
-Sunrise/ Pictured Within
-Sarabande
-De Profundis
-One From The Meadow
-Pavane
-Gigue

-A Smile When I Shook His Hands
-Cologne Again
-I’ll Send You A Postcard
-Unsquared Dance
-November Calls
-The Teleman Experiment

Encores:
-Fog On The Highway (Miller Anderson Song)
-Bouree

— 2006 —
March
22. Zermatt (charity concert)
July
7. Henley (Concerto)

SETLIST HENLEY
-One From The Meadow
-Concerto For Group N Orchetra
Movement I
Movement II
Movement III
-Encore:
3 min of Movement III

The Band:
Jon Lord : Piano; Organ
Philip Niessen :Guitars
Urs Fuchs : Bass
Wolf Simon : Drums
Mario Argandona : Percussion
Mascha Elstner :Vocals
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra