Top Ian Gillan Albums
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One Eye to Morocco
One Eye to Morocco
[2009]
Smoke On the Water - Live
Smoke On the Water - Live
[2008]
Live In Anaheim
Live In Anaheim
[2008]
Trashed lyricsIt Would Be Nice lyricsNew Orleans lyricsTrying To Get To You lyricsBorn To Kill lyricsMen Of War lyricsI'll Be Your Baby Tonight lyricsHogwash lyricsCandy Horizon lyricsSugar Plum lyricsFuture Shock lyricsThe Temple lyricsDay Late And A Dollar Short lyricsNot Responsible lyricsM.a.d. (mutually Assured Destruction) lyricsAll In My Mind lyricsNothing But The Best lyricsNo Worries (Live) lyricsCountry Mile lyricsYou Sold My Love For A Song lyricsMoonshine (Live) lyricsTalking To You lyricsLiving For The City lyricsSweet Lolita lyricsSleepy Warm lyricsAre You Sure lyricsScarabus lyricsIf You Believe Me lyricsThat's Why God Is Singin' The Blues lyricsSleepin' On The Job lyricsNervous lyricsGethsemane (i Only Want To Say) lyricsGoodhand Liza lyricsGunga Din lyricsLoving On Borrowed Time lyricsLonely Avenue lyricsDead Of Night lyricsChandra's Coriander lyricsHard On You lyricsVengeance lyricsBluesy Blue Sea lyricsTrouble lyricsMessage In A Bottle lyricsNo Easy Way lyricsDancing Nylon Shirt Part 2 lyricsSmoke On The Water lyricsNo More Cane On The Brazos lyricsNo Good Luck lyricsLet It Slide lyricsOn The Rocks lyricsIf I Sing Softly lyricsPrima Donna lyricsOne Eye To Morocco lyricsRoller lyricsMy Baby Loves Me lyricsDemon's Eye lyricsDeal With It lyricsNo Lotion For That lyricsChange My Ways lyricsBetter Days lyricsChild In Time lyricsFive Moons lyricsDancing Nylon Shirt Part 1 lyricsWhen A Blind Man Cries lyricsUnchain Your Brain lyricsUltimate Groove lyricsDon't Hold Me Back lyricsMr. Universe lyricsTexas State Of Mind lyricsBite The Bullet lyricsBad News lyricsFighting Man lyricsDon't Want The Truth lyricsHang Me Out To Dry lyricsNo Laughing In Heaven lyrics
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Related Information for Ian GillanIan Gillan (born on 19 August 1945), is a rock music vocalist best known as the lead singer for legendary rock band Deep Purple. He is considered to be one of the foremost rock vocalists, who introduced into the rock music the vocal belting technique. In his prime he possessed a very wide vocal range which was rumored to be 4 and a half to 5 octaves and with seemingly effortless and fluid movement throughout it and with remarkable force and precision in the upper register. read more