A. Exposition B. We Can Work It Out - Deep Purple - Deep Purple Collection

Blackmore's playing is restrained too, it's pretty much the Jon Lord show. Mandrake Root is good, Hey Joe and Help are interesting but there were better things to come. Hush is just awesome and when this pops up on the radio from time to time and my friends are around they actually like it.

It holds up very well and it's definitely a classic song. Location: west milford, nj. Count me in! To me, Deep Purple mark II is one of the best hard rock groups going.

Although I like all of their various lineups, the mark II lineup couldn't be beat. Location: moscow. The first one's a good record though easily the weakest of the first 3. Still a nice late 60's pshychodelic pop LP albeit with poor production and rather raw performances - Blackmore's playing only shows the incredible progress he made in just a year that followed. Help for me is the highlight - an incredible version that I enjoy more than a Beatles original!

Now the idea of doin' the song slow later repeated by Tina Turner and IIRC a few others was brilliant - like many Beatles early tunes it benefited greatly from slowing down and making you actualy pay attention to the lyrics. Brian Ferry did the same thing with You won't see me and improved the song beyond all limits. Location: eastern us. This past summer I had "Help" cranked up in my listening room and after it was over my wife came in and said: "WOW!

Highway Star , Jan 2, Location: Atlanta. This is a great album. I have a Parlophone pressing which I bought in the late 70's. I was fully into Mk II Purple at the time, so Blackmore's strange guitar tone and the general "pop" flavor of the album was a big surprise.

My favorite track is "I'm So Glad" - blows the Cream version away in my opinion. I just love Paice's scrappy drum fills. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Listen while you read! Add Comment. Anthem 2. Anthem Remastered Version 3. Anthem - Remastered Version 4. Exposition 5. Hey Bop A Re Bop radio session Kentucky Woman Kentucky Woman Remastered Version Kentucky Woman - Remastered Version Listen, Learn, Read On Lady Double Dealer.

Lady Luck. Lay down Stay down. Love Child. Mandrake Root. Maybe I'm a Leo. Might Just Take Your Life. Never Before. Perfect Strangers. Pictures of Home. Rat Bat Blue. Rosa's Cantina.

Sail Away. Smoke on the Water. Smooth Dancer. Soldier of Fortune. Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes.

Features Interviews Lists. White Vinyl Design by gatogato. Lista Sparta 2 Hard Rock y Metal by jaywatts Mein List by ekmeltezel. LPs by babyjake Wishlist vinyl by Anaon. Vinyl by Wraiths. Kari by Esko Deep Purple by Gedor. Repudiated Stepchildren: Sold, traded or given away by LeLange.

Deep Purple by BaubleDawdle. Listen, Learn, Read On. Hard Road. Kentucky Woman. We Can Work It Out. The Shield.

River Deep, Mountain High.

Deep Purple covered Roadhouse Blues, Concerto for Group and Orchestra - Movement III, Lalena, Prelude: Happiness / I'm So Glad and other songs. Deep Purple originally did Roadhouse Blues, Concerto for Group and Orchestra - Movement III, Lalena, Prelude: Happiness / .

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  1. Related Deep Purple Links Official page Deep Purple wiki A: Exposition B: We Can Work It Out video Deep Purple twitter Deep Purple facebook. A: Exposition B: We Can Work It Out Lyrics. Try to see it my way. Do I have to keep on talking till I can't go wrong. While you see it your way. Run the risk of knowing that our love will soon be gone.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Deep Purple Collection on Discogs/5(3).
  3. Feb 13,  · Lennon/McCartney we can work it out. Deep Purple: Vocals: Rod Evans, Guitar: Ritchie Blackmore, Drums: Ian Paice, Bass: Nick Simper, Keyboard: Jon Lord.
  4. The Book of Taliesyn is the second studio album by the English rock band Deep Purple, recorded only three months after Shades of Deep Purple and released by Tetragrammaton Records in October , just before their first US tour. The name for the album was taken from the 14th-century Book of Taliesin.. The structure of the album is similar to that of their first, with four original songs and Genre: Psychedelic rock, progressive rock, hard rock.
  5. Jan 01,  · Exposition Is Prog Themed Song Which Leads Into The Beatles Classic, We Can Work It Out - Jon Lord's Keys Come Thru Once Again -5/5(1).
  6. Deep Purple - Shield Lyrics. Mama plays a queen on the hill built on a dream While her children play in the field Papa smokes the pipe of a sweet and better life But how.

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