Playboy After Dark
(The) Deep Purple, as Hugh Hefner introduces, play his late-’60s,
television, “bachelor pad” party.
1968 —Early Deep Purple
1970 — Dramatic Changes
After dismissing their vocals and bass,
the core three:
Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
Jon Lord (keyboards) Hammond B3, plugged into Marshall amps.
Ian Paice (drums)
Ian Gillan (vocals)
Roger Glover (bass)
and the new band entered the Hard rock fray in a most heavy way.
In Rock opens with “Speed King”
“Child In Time”
TWISTER (1996) — Chase scene
Space-Age Bachelor Pad
Juan Garcia Esquivel
Born in Mexico and growing up to the sounds of mariachi bands, Juan took a musical turn in the 1960s.
Like the rest of the world, he looked to the stars as John F. Kennedy asked.
Juan wrote the soundtrack for Hugh Hefner’s sexually liberated dreamworld.