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Don Airey - Discography (1976-2014)

21-11-2015, 21:40
Music | Jazz | Blues | Rock | Metal | Discography

Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1976-2014
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues Rock, Progressive Rock, Jazz Fusion
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 58:33:49 min
Total Size: 7,86 Gb

Donald Smith "Don" Airey (born 21 June 1948 in Sunderland, England) has been the keyboardist in the rock band Deep Purple since 2002, succeeding Jon Lord. He has had a long and productive career, playing with such acts as Gary Moore, Ozzy Osbourne, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Jethro Tull, Whitesnake, Saxon, Wishbone Ash, Steve Vai, Colosseum II, Sinner, Michael Schenker, Rainbow, Empire, Thin Lizzy, Brian May, Divlje jagode and Living Loud. He has also worked with Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Inspired by his father, Norman Airey, Don Airey took a love for music at a young age and was trained in classical piano from the age of seven. He continued his love for music by earning a degree at the University of Nottingham and a diploma at the Royal Northern College of Music.

Don Airey - Discography (1976-2014)

1970s work
In 1971 he moved to London and joined Cozy Powell's band Hammer. Don worked on several albums with solo artists and was a session musician on the 1978 Black Sabbath album Never Say Die! Soon after, he joined guitarist Ritchie Blackmore's band, Rainbow, and featured on Gary Moore's solo debut Back on the Streets. With Rainbow he contributed to two hit albums, Down to Earth and Difficult to Cure. He was also part of the very influential jazz rock band Colosseum II, with Jon Hiseman, Gary Moore, Mike Starrs, Neil Murray and later John Mole, which also formed the core band that recorded Andrew Lloyd Webber's variations on a theme of Paganini, simply called Variations.

1980s work
After leaving Rainbow in 1981, Airey joined with Ozzy Osbourne for a three-year stint where he helped with the albums Bark at the Moon and Speak of the Devil. He also played on the Diary of a Madman Tour from 1981 to 1982 and appears on Blizzard of Ozz. Airey joined Jethro Tull in 1987 for their tour in support of Crest of a Knave. The same year also saw the release of Whitesnake's multi-platinum Whitesnake, on which Airey played keyboards. (The album is known as 1987 in Europe.) Soon after he quit the band to record the solo album K2 – Tales of Triumph and Tragedy. In it he plays with Gary Moore, Keith Airey – guitars, Cozy Powell – drums, Laurence Cottle – bass, Chris (Hamlet) Thompson, Colin Blunstone, Mel Galley, Genki Hitomi – vocals.

Deep Purple
Airey went into semi-retirement until 2001,[citation needed] when he joined Deep Purple to fill in for an injured Jon Lord, who subsequently retired from the band. Airey joined the band as a full-time keyboardist in March 2002. He has recorded three studio albums with the band, Bananas, Rapture of the Deep and Now What?!.

Interviewed by Jeb Wright, for Classic Rock Revisited, about the album Now What?!, he said "Well, it’s Deep Purple and there is a Hammond there. There is only one way to go, really. Over the years, I have really worked on my sound, it didn’t just happen overnight. The first two, or three, years I was with the band, I was using Jon’s C3 and it was pretty knackered. I had it refurbished. It’s been put in mothballs now... I much prefer Hammond A-100’s, that’s my choice

Colosseum II:
1976 - Strange New Flesh
1977 - Electric Savage
1977 - War Dance

Andrew Lloyd Webber:
1978 - Variations

1978 - Back To Thunder

Black Sabbath:
1978 - Never Say Die!

Gary Moore:
1978 - Back On The Streets
1982 - Corridors Of Power
1984 - Dirty Fingers
1985 - Run For Cover
1986 - Rockin' Every Night
1989 - After The War
1990 - Still Got The Blues
2006 - Old New Ballads Blues

1979 - Down To Earth
1981 - Difficult To Cure
1986 - Finyl Vinyl

Cozy Powell:
1979 - Over The Top
1981 - Tilt

Bernie Marsden:
1979 - And About Time Too

Ozzy Osbourne:
1980 - Blizzard Of Ozz
1981 - Diary Of A Madman
1983 - Bark At The Moon

Michael Schenker Group:
1981 - MSG

1985 - The Pack

1985 – Phenomena

1986 - Zeno

1987 - Whitesnake
1989 - Slip Of The Tongue

Wild Strawberries:
1987 - Wild Strawberries

1987 - Wild In The Streets

Don Airey:
1988 - K2 (Tales of Triumph and Tragedy)
2008 - A Light in the Sky
2011 - All Out
2014 - Keyed Up

1990 - Bad Bad Girls

Perfect Crime:
1990 - Blonde On Blonde

Judas Priest:
1990 - Painkiller
2001 - Demolition
2008 - Nostradamus

1990 - Forcefield IV - Let The Wild Run Free

1990 - Bezerk

Graham Bonnet:
1991 - Here Comes The Night

Brian May:
1992 - Back To The Light

1992 - High Stakes And Dangerous Men

Glenn Tipton:
1997 - Baptizm Of Fire
2006 - Edge Of The World

The Snakes:
1998 - Live In Europe

Uli Jon Roth:
2000 - Transcendental Sky Guitar

Olaf Lenk's F.O.O.D.:
2000 - Fun Stuff

2000 - Babylon

2001 - Silver
2002 - Dream Machines
2003 - Intruder

Company of Snakes:
2001 - Here They Go Again
2002 - Burst The Bubble

Mario Fasciano:
2001 - E-Thnik

2002 - Hero Nation - Chapter Three

Deep Purple:
2003 - Bananas
2005 - Rapture Of The Deep
2013 - Now What?! (2 CD)

Living Loud:
2004 - Living Loud

Gwyn Ashton:
2006 - Prohibition

2011 - Call To Arms

Wishbone Ash:
2011 - Elegant Stealth

Schubert In Rock:
2013 - Schubert In Rock

Don Airey - Discography (1976-2014)

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