Motorhead's Lemmy Remembers Jon Lord

(Classic Rock) Lemmy Kilmister says he might not have got into rock'n'roll without Deep Purple keyboardist Jon Lord, who passed away last month aged 71.

His sudden death, as a complication of his cancer battle, triggered an outpouring of grief from the rock and metal community. One of the pioneering performer and composer's last interviews appears in the Classic Rock Fan Pack tied in with ReMachined: A Tribute to Deep Purple's Machine Head. The album, an official Purple release, features big-name acts including Metallica and Iron Maiden delivering their renditions of tracks from the acclaimed 1972 record.

Lemmy and Lord first met at a pub gig in Wales in the mid-sixties and the Motorhead mainman believes it was a turning-point in his life.

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