The following is the discography of Deep Purple, an English rock band. Formed in 1968 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. The other members currently are Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Steve Morse and Don Airey.
Дискография группы Deep Purple Mark II - Concerto For Group And Orchestra, In Rock, Fireball, Machine Head, Who Do We Think We Are?, Made in Japan, The Singles And Rarities, Wring That Neck, Child In Time, First Movement: Moderato - Allegro, Second Movement: Andante Part I, Second Movement: Andante Conclusion, Third Movement: Vivace - Presto, Speed King, Bloodsucker, Child In Time, Flight Of The Rat, Into The Fire, Living Wreck, Hard Loving Man, Fireball, No No No, Demon's Eye, Anyone's Daughter, The Mule, Fools, No One Came, Highway Star, Maybe I'm A Leo, Pictures Of Home, Neve.
Powerhouse is a 1977 compilation album by Deep Purple, featuring previously unreleased live and studio tracks from the band's Mark II line-up at the height of its powers. The album achieved Gold Certification in Japan. All songs written by Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice, except where indicated. Side one. "Painted Horse" - 5:19 (outtake from the Who Do We Think We Are sessions in July 1972).
Purple’s second album with Steve Morse is uncompromising and remarkably close to the no-holds-barred spirit of Mk II. It begins with the tough-talking Any Fule Kno That and climaxes with Bludsucker, a sly reworking of Bloodsucker from In Rock. It seemed as though Purple were consigned to the history books by the time this live album emerged in October 1976. The Mk IV band, with Tommy Bolin on guitar, had imploded earlier in the year, and with Blackmore’s Rainbow in the ascendancy, DP’s future looked non-existent. This features the Mk III version (Coverdale, Hughes et al) and, despite being recorded toward the end of that line-up’s lifespan, it’s an absolute diamond.
Deep Purple, also referred to as Deep Purple III, is the third studio album by the English rock band Deep Purple, released in June 1969 on Tetragrammaton Records in the United States and only in September 1969 on Harvest Records in the United Kingdom. Its release was preceded by the single "Emmaretta" and by a long tour in the UK, whose dates were interspersed between the album's recording sessions. In late 1968, Deep Purple had embarked on a successful first US tour to promote their second album, The Book of Taliesyn, and returned home on 3 January 1969. The band was considered an underground act in the United Kingdom, but word of their success in America had influenced their reputation at home, as they gradually rose in popularity and request.
Album, 21 Июнь 1969, Polydor, EMI Records, Harvest Records. Album, 1970, Harvest Records.
Deep Purple - Wring That Neck. This is the second track from Deep Purple's second album, Book of Taliesyn (1968). It is an instrumental. Deep Purple - Wring That Neck (Live 1970 UK) HD. 4:27. Wring That Neck live 1970 in the UK! Deep Purple - Wring that Neck. Deep Purple in Concert - Wring That Neck (1970-1972) Voice: Ian Gillan Electric guitar: Ritchie Blackmore Bass guitar: Roger. Wring That Neck - Mandrake Root 11-14-1970. com French TV Broadcast 1970 Nov 14. Deep Purple - Wring That Neck (Live in Bilzen 1969) HD. 14:04.
Featuring the Mk II lineup of Deep Purple (Ian Gillan/Ritchie Blackmore/Roger Glover/Jon Lord/Ian Paice), these two concerts were recorded for the BBC. The first one, recorded in 1970, was in support of In Rock. Despite being only four songs, the set clocks in at over 50 minutes. The First one, 1970 has two original Mk 2 tracks, and then Wring that Neck and Mandrake Root are just brilliant; and I say this for two reasons, the item is taken from Mono and re-processed for Stereo, and it sound great. The lverall album falls short of the Made In Japan album. The big advantage is the inclusion of 4 songs not on the MIJ extended CD: Wring that neck, Mandrake root, Maybe I'm a Leo, Never before.
|Live At Bilzen Jazz Festival, Bilzen, Belgium, 22nd August 1969|
|1||Wring That Neck|
|The Vicky Leandros Show, Germany, March 1970|
|Live At Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, UK, 25th May 1970|
|Top Of The Pops, BBC Studios, London, UK, 9th September, 1970|
|Live At La Taverne De O'lympia, Paris, France, 8th October 1970|
|7||Wring That Neck|
|Rehearsal At Radio Bremen, Bremen, Germany, 1st September, 1971|
|9||No No No|
|Live At Messegelande, Berlin, Germany, 1st September, 1971|
|10||Into The Fire|
|ZDV TV Show, Germany, 5th January 1972|