You Make Me Feel So Good - Ian Gillan Band - Live At The Rainbow 1977 (DVD)
Label: Recall 2cd - SDVD 511,Snapper Music - SDVD 511 • Format: DVD DVD-Video, PAL • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock
Initially called Shand Grenade,  a combination of Shangri-la and Grenade, Gillan was persuaded by the management to change the band's name to the Ian Gillan Band. The band had some success in Japan but none at all in North America and only cult status in Europetheir jazz fusion direction unappealing to pop and rock fans alike. Released at the height of punk rock there was no success beyond Japan and their label Island Records dropped them. The following year Gillan dissolved the band but retained Colin Towns and formed a new band called simply Gillan.
A live album was released after the breakup. In reality, he should have put his foot down a lot earlier. I personally was expecting Deep Purple stuff, but he let us do whatever we wanted. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ian Gillan Band. Jazz fusion Progressive rock. Retrieved 20 March Boston Standard.
Ian Gillan Biography at AllMusic. Retrieved 20 Mar Ian Gillan. Categories : English progressive rock groups The Assassin - Iron Maiden - No Prayer For The Dying groups established in Musical groups disestablished in Ian Gillan.
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