only one show (sold out -and more-) Deep Purple arrived in Buenos
Aires at 8 am. The concert opened at 8 pm with a local band, and
Deep Purple arrived on stage 9 pm. First up was Fireball,
in a raw porformance, followed by Strange Kind Of Woman,
then a new great heavy song Wrong Man, Kiss Tomorrow
Goodbye and Demon's Eye, which caused mass delirium
in the crowd. All of the music was excellently played.
song fin the set was Rapture Of The Deep itself, which
got all of the stadium singing along with the Arabian instrumentation.
Steve Morse continued the show with Contact Lost and Well
Dressed Guitar. Don Airey's solo spot was one of the best
moments of the night, including two Piazzola classics, before
leading into Perfect Strangers. He has really added a new
touch and new force in the band, which was there for all to see
tonight. Highway Star, Space Truckin' and Smoke
On The Water completed the main set.
a fantastic performance of Lazy, with Hush and Black
Night finishing off the show. It really was a great concert,
maybe a bit short at one hour 30 minutes, but I've been left with
the conclusion that Deep Purple are the best band in the world
once again." review: Gabriel Gonzalez from Deepest
Purple and Purple People, La Plata, Argentina
a chronicle of the show in Obras Sanitarias (in Spanish) published
in our blog "Berp!" Berpblog