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  1. Kigajar Reply

    Feb 19,  · This is the first track from Deep Purple's debut album, Shades of Deep Purple (). This track is an instrumental. Lineup (Mk I) - Rod Evans: lead vocals.

  2. Bragor Reply

    Shades of Deep Purple was reissued many times all over the world, often in a set with the two following albums recorded by the Mk. I line-up. [56] Besides the original issues, the most significant version of the album is the Remastered CD edition released in by EMI, which contains as bonus tracks previously unreleased recordings from the first demos in April and from TV show appearances. [57].

  3. Yozshujinn Reply

    Dec 14,  · Prelude: Happiness / I'm so Glad Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, WMG (on behalf of PLG UK Catalog); SOLAR Music Rights Management, Rumblefish (Publishing), EMI Music Publishing, and 2.

  4. Gagore Reply

    Early Deep Purple albums lack the screamy vocal brilliance of Ian Gillan or the the sultry sexual charm of David Coverdale and for these reasons the early LPs are often overlooked and unreviewed! So to re-dress the balance, "Shades of Deep Purple" is a good album that is well worth listening to. By a reviewer (Somewhere in England.).

  5. Kebar Reply

    The following is the discography of Deep Purple, an English rock band.. Formed in early by Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Rod Evans, Ritchie Blackmore, and Nick Simper, Deep Purple released their debut album, Shades of Deep Purple, in July of that year.. They have undergone many changes of personnel over the years, and today Ian Paice is the only member from the original line-up still with the band.

  6. Moogukasa Reply

    Rounded out by some nice bonus tracks like album outtake "Shadows" and an instrumental version of "Love Help Me" the album has never sounded better in the digital realm. A lengthy essay by Simon Robinson tracing the early history of the band completes the package. On the whole, Shades of Deep Purple is a very strong debut album. Really, all.

  7. Kazuru Reply

    Deep Purple, “Whoosh!” (earMUSIC) “Whoosh!” makes it three-for-three for the pairing of Deep Purple and producer Bob Ezrin, an album that at its numerous heights evokes the band’s most.

  8. Taujin Reply

    Album (tracks 1 to 8) recorded May at Pye Studios, London. Bonus tracks recorded & Remastered at Abbey Road. Photographs, memorabilia, and masters for tracks 9, 10, 11, Deep Purple Appreciation Society archives/5(13).

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