in Progressive Rock Jon Lord – Bach On To This October 4, 2008, 9:05 pm 1.3k Views 27 Comments Jon Lord Album: Before I Forget Año: 1982 Jon Lord – Bach On To This source BachJonLord See more Previous article The Who – Baba O’Riley Next article Iron Maiden – Hallowed Be Thy Name (Studio Version) 27 Comments Leave a Reply Starting out with the famous Toccata… Reply nice first time to hear it Reply Love the album and this track just stands out. Think I first heard it on Tommy Vance Friday rock show ?????? Reply kick ass stuff Reply Simon Phillips sounds like Cozy Powell Reply Mostly the main mellody (rock part) of that song a little remaind me a Deep purple track "Knocking at the door" Reply Fantastic Reply Simon Phillips on this track and Cozy Powell on Tender Babes.I bought this album when it came out and still have it. Reply Jon Lord era o cara! Reply Last song of LP. Capolavoro Reply Muito bom pra escutar depois de fazer um ritual!!!!! Reply I always liked Jon better than Keith emerson. Nothing's wrong with KE, I just like Jon's compositions better Reply Of course we all get the "knot in trunk" reference on this album cover but I think the real reason for the knot is that without it this elephant's trunk would be absurdly long! So long, in fact, it simply would not have fit on the album cover… The knot therefore serves a more practical purpose. It also keeps the elephant from dragging its trunk along the ground, from stepping on the oversized appendage and from continuously smelling its own farts. Reply Bach fudge with toccata In D minor Reply Evening Monday Rock Show (BFBS) Reply John played majestic as a Madrigal gentleman and as hard as metal,a pioneer and great musician of this era who will never be surpassed. Reply 😀 Tinja&Markku Reply mr teclas Reply Pure genius. 💜 Reply Jon Lord Alma DEEP PURPLE💙 Reply Respect Jon RIP Reply Великая музыка от прекрасного человека. Reply FANTASTIKA!!!!!!!!! Reply this album is great from start to end, glad i got it when released and later in cd. Great Jon. Reply FUCK YEAH!!!! Jon, God bless Reply Classic Jon Lord Reply What a great piece of music! Thank you very much Jon!!! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!