Thread: Deep Purple

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    • 6 years 7 months ago
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    Anyone ever truly looked in to these guys. Man, they were talented. And besides Freddie Mercury and Plant; Ian Gillian is my favorite vocalist.

    Here's my favorite by them.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfAWReBmxEs
    You dont know them but they do!!

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      • 6 years 5 months ago
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      I used to be really into Deep Purple, still am sort of to this day. They are definetly worth checking out, the singer is good and the band has made some good guitar riffs.
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        • 6 years 5 months ago
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        Deep Purple rocks.

        If anyone wants to seek out their best stuff, these are the songs I recommend:

        "Space Truckin'"
        "Highway Star"
        "Smoke on the Water"
        "Black Knight"
        "Knocking At Your Back Door"
        "Hush"
        "Perfect Strangers"
        "Woman From Tokyo"
        "Pictures of Home"
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          • 6 years 4 months ago
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          Quote by ProphetSword1
          Deep Purple rocks.

          If anyone wants to seek out their best stuff, these are the songs I recommend:

          "Space Truckin'"
          "Highway Star"
          "Smoke on the Water"
          "Black Knight"
          "Knocking At Your Back Door"
          "Hush"
          "Perfect Strangers"
          "Woman From Tokyo"
          "Pictures of Home"



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          You dont know them but they do!!

          THE VELVET UNDERGROUND

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            • 5 years 7 months ago
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            I slowly graduated from exclusively listening to Machine Head, to the other Ian Gillian era stuff and it's all pretty kick ass. Even their first couple albums with the original singer are surprisingly cool. Still heavy blues rock, but with a psychedelic edge.
              • 5 years 3 months ago
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              I love the organ solo in Lazy, my dad loved to blast Machinehead, so I got to hear them alot
                • 5 years 3 months ago
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                They're a great hard rock band. I have In Rock, Machine Head and 24 Carat Purple on vinyl. I wouldn't mind getting rid of my copy of 24 Carat if I found a good condition copy of Fireball or Singles A's and B's with the original British cover for a decent price.
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                  • 2 years 4 months ago
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                  They definitely put out some good rock and roll. But I wonder why I never hear about drummer Ian Paice ever getting any recognition. In my opinion, he was consistently the most talented member of the band and, to date, is the only musician that has appeared on EVERY Deep Purple album.
                  Singers and (sometimes) guitarists get all the glory--but the rhythm section is the backbone of every good band.
                    • 2 years 12 days ago
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                    Anyone know what Sweet Child In Time is about?
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