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Deep Purple STORMBRINGER

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Uploaded on Jan 26, 2011

Astounding photography by stormchaser Sean Heavey documenting the formation of storm cells over the American Mid-West, supplemented by a few other photos of lightning storms (and one volcanic eruption during a thunderstorm), are set to the music of David Coverdale and Ritchie Blackmore's driving title track from the 1974 Deep Purple album "Stormbringer", which was to be Blackmore's final album with the band before departing to form "Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow" (later simply "Rainbow") with Ronnie James Dio.

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