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  Label withdraws Deep Purple live album | Entertainment | Reuters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
LONDON (Reuters) - Sony BMG has withdrawn a Deep Purple album after complaints from lead singer Ian Gillan that it had been released without his knowledge, a spokesman for the label said on Tuesday.
He said the company had distributed about 2,000 copies of the recording of the rock band's live concert in the English city of Birmingham in 1993 in a small-scale re-release.
Deep Purple were one of the leading heavy metal bands of the 1970s, perhaps best known for their hit "Smoke on the Water."
www.reuters.com /article/entertainmentNews/idUSL2743886920070227   (444 words)

  
  Deep Purple - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Before Purple, Bolin's best-known recordings were made as a gun-for-hire on Billy Cobham's 1973 jazz fusion album, Spectrum, and on The James Gang's "Bang" (1973) and "Miami" (1974).
Deep Purple enjoyed success throughout the rest of the 1990s, releasing the harder-sounding Abandon in 1998, and touring with renewed relish, playing a setlist which was probably more adventurous and eclectic than ever before.
In 2003, Deep Purple released their first studio album in five years, the highly praised (but controversially titled) Bananas, and began touring in support of the album immediately.
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 Deep Purple - Uncyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Deep Purple is a Darker Shade of Pale purple.
Deep purple has often been known to be confused with the standard colour purple.
Only brain-dead simpletons confuse purple with deep purple; however, most brain-dead simpletons are able to distinguish the number of matches thrown on the ground, which more than makes up for their inability to distinguish between purple and deep purple.
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 Deep Purple
Formed in February 1968, Deep Purple was the brainchild of ex-Searchers drummer Chris Curtis.
The group's first release as Deep Purple, was the single "Hush." Written and originally recorded by American country artist Joe South, the song was later covered by Billy Joe Royal as a short, snappy pop/soul number.
Their next album, simply titled "Deep Purple" and released in the States in June of '69, was their first to actually warrant the term "heavy".
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 Deep Purple biography - 8notes.com
'Deep Purple' was the biggest hit written by pianist Peter De Rose (1900—1953), who broadcast, 1923 to 1939, with May Singhi as 'The Sweethearts of the Air' on the NBC radio network.
During this period, Deep Purple became one of the most popular hard rock acts in the world, releasing the highly influential and successful albums Deep Purple in Rock, Fireball, and Machine Head (the latter featuring their most famous song, 'Smoke on the Water'), and the live album Made in Japan.
Subsequently, most of the past members of Deep Purple would go on to have considerable success in a number of bands including Rainbow (band), Whitesnake and Gillan, while there were a number of promoter-led attempts to get the band to reform especially with the revival of the hard rock market in the late 70s/early 80s.
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 Deep Purple reviews
This is the second Deep Purple album with the Mark I lineup of Rod Evans on vocals and Nicky Simper on on bass.
However, this was written by Jon Lord for the members of Deep Purple and it was performed on stage only once: at the Royal Festival Hall along with the Orchestra of the Light Music Society in September 1970.
The problem for fans of heavy metal, a genre that Deep Purple have pioneered, is that this album moves more toward the classic rock 'n' roll sound and that may be disappointing to a few.
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 Deep Purple - Machine Head
When, that is, they weren't indulging in long "improvisational" forays such as their first album's bolero rendition of "Hey Joe." Jon Lord was the main culprit here, having a background of extensive formal keyboard training which tended to make his solos at least a bit Emersonic and at most positively pompous.
In between those two Deep Purple classics lies nothing but good, hard, socking music, although some of the lyrics may leave a bit to be desired.
Deep Purple, a group ever on the brink of superstardom, may well achieve that elusive goal with this, their latest release.
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 Deep Purple - Made In Japan
Deep Purple have had a rough time gaining and retaining the status of being Kings of the Heavy Metal Set, and with the release of their last album,
Deep Purple have always been ace performers, rarely using any gimmicks other than their own volatile stage personalities.
Deep Purple is a tried-and-true Seventies group that has proven itself time and again, a favorite of many a serious musician (for instance, the Strawbs' Dave Cousins).
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 Deep Purple
Unfortunately, assessing Deep Purple means I also have to take into account all of the other years and albums of the band's life, and there's a lot of them.
The fact is, when I think of Deep Purple, my mind does not instinctively associate them with all of their eventual shortcomings, but instead associates with them the first time I ever heard the first notes of Speed King, and how within a minute-and-a-half of that track I had fallen in love with the band.
PS: I want to address in advance this notion, seemingly held by many, that classic Deep Purple is "not heavy metal." Defenders of this notion often cite the fact that Purple keyboardist Jon Lord says that he had never heard the term "heavy metal" until the early 80's.
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 Deep Purple   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Deep Purple Ticket The line-up recorded and toured in 1987 though to lower sales, a live album (1988) was culled from US shows on this tour.
Deep Purple Smoke On The Water Purple also tends to be a richer, more saturated color.
By Order of the President of the United States, the Purple Heart was revived on the 200th Anniversary of George Washington's birth, out of respect to his memory and military achievements, by War Department General Orders No. Deep Purple Concert 3, dated February 22, 1932.
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 MTV | Deep Purple - Profile and Biography
Deep Purple survived a seemingly endless series of lineup changes and a dramatic mid-career shift from grandiose progressive rock to ear-shattering heavy...">
Deep Purple survived a seemingly endless series of lineup changes and a dramatic mid-career shift from grandiose progressive rock to ear-shattering heavy metal to emerge as a true institution of the British hard rock community; once credited in the Guinness Book of World Records as the globe's...
Deep Purple was formed in Hertford, England, in 1968, with an inaugural lineup that featured guitarist Blackmore, vocalist Rod Evans, bassist Nick Simper, keyboardist Jon Lord, and drummer Ian Paice.
www.mtv.com /music/artist/deep_purple/bio.jhtml   (729 words)

  
 VH1.com : Deep Purple : Biography - Urge Music Downloads
Deep Purple survived a seemingly endless series of lineup changes and a dramatic mid-career shift from grandiose progressive rock to ear-shattering heavy metal to emerge as a
After completing 1974's Stormbringer, Blackmore left Deep Purple to form Rainbow with vocalist Ronnie James Dio; his replacement was ex-James Gang guitarist Tommy Bolin, who made his debut on Come Taste the Band.
Deep Purple was given the box set treatment the same year with the four-disc set Shades: 1968-1998, which collected hits, demos, live takes, and unreleased tracks from throughout the years (touching upon all of Purple's different lineups).
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 No Life Til Metal - CD Gallery - Deep Purple
Deep Purple have been around since the 60's and are one of the few bands that remained popular decade after decade, despite numerous line-up changes.
Deep Purple was formed in Hertford, England, in 1968.
Deep Purple's last concerts in Japan occurred in December 1975, and sadly Tommy Bolin's severe drug and alcohol addiction would kill him one year later.
www.nolifetilmetal.com /deeppurple.htm   (3048 words)

  
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Le vrai DEEP PURPLE vient de voir le jour et le monde entier découvre un nouveau son "le HARD ROCK".
Cependant la particularité de Deep Purple est de conserver une mélodie dans tous leurs morceaux.
Ce n'est plus le grand deep Purple du temps des excentricités, des impros de" lettres à Elise", des joutes guitares et voix mais laissons S Morse s'installer et gardons l'œil et les oreilles toujours grands ouverts car les surprises sont toujours aux coins des accords.
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 deep-purple Mp3 Albums Review
Sorry fans but I have to tell it the way it is! Back in the day, people liked to compare Deep Purple to Led Zep but history clearly demonstrates that there is no comparison.
I imagine that Deep Purple is no longer the world's loudest rock band, but that is what the "Guiness Book of World Records" declared in 1975.
Gillan and Glover were not around back in 1968 when Deep Purple first charted with their awesome cover of Joe South's "Hush," featuring one of the best organ solos on a rock song by Lord.
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 Songs Covered By Deep Purple
Deep Purple's first 3 single releases were all cover versions.
Deep Purple's recording debut was this track composed by Joe South (born Joseph Souter, 28 Feb 1940, Atlanta, Georgia).
Released on Shades Of Deep Purple in 1968.
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 Deep Purple (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Deep Purple is the third studio album by Deep Purple, released in 1969 on Harvest Records in the UK and on Tetragrammaton in the US, who ran into difficulty over the use of the Vatican owned Hieronymus Bosch painting "The Garden of Earthly Delights".
Original US editions are rare because Tetragrammaton went bankrupt whilst the album was still being issued.
Deepest Purple: The Very Best of Deep Purple
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 Deep Purple - Rapture Of The Deep
The first time I heard Deep Purple — or perhaps felt Deep Purple is a better way to describe the experience — it was the mid-70s.
This is the fourth record created by the revamped and rejuvenated Purple following the umpteenth departure of the mercurial Mr.
It at once acknowledged Purple’s estimable history and tradition, and a musical wanderlust not content to repeat the past.
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 Rock dur: Deep Purple
Deep Purple: grup de hard rock (o rock dur) britànic que va tindre molts alts i baixos, però, malgrat alguns temes de baixa qualitat, va compondre obres mestres al nivell dels més grans.
Van seguir altres àlbums a Shades of Deep Purple: The Book of Taliesyn (editat pel juliol del 69), Deep Purple (novembre del 69), etc.; però Deep Purple in Rock (juny del 1970), interpretat per Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Guillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice i Jon Lord, va ser sens dubte la seua obra magistral.
Deep Purple estava acabat, i es va dissoldre, però el seu esperit continuaria amb els seus membres, principalment amb Ritchie Blackmore i els seu conjunt Rainbow.
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 DEEP PURPLE'S UNOFFICIAL HOMEPAGE
Deep Purple, along with the well known Led Zeppelin, constituted the idea of Hard Rock.
Hits like Black Night, Hush, Child In Time and Smoke On The Water with its terrific riff led Deep Purple to an amazing amount of success in the U.K and America.
The group changed its name to Deep Purple and went about recording its single, Hush/One More Rainy Day, which landed the group its first hit in Hush.
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 Special Effects Deep Purple Photos
Deep Purple dyed over natural Ash Blonde hair.
'(Deep Purple) My current color =D I have it on the tips of my atomic pink bangs and that combination really helps bring it out more.
Deep Purple is $8.99 for a 4oz bottle of color.
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 The Deep Purple Diary
Although a version of Deep Purple performed during the period from June to August 1980 with Rod Evans on vocals, as this was without the support of the other members and management, those concerts have not been included within the scope of this listing.
With the later acquisition of "Deep Purple In Rock" I was hooked and got each new release the day it came out, with one notable exception.
Your Deep Purple Diary site has to be the definitive page on the band that I have been searching for for years.
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 Open Directory - Arts: Music: Bands and Artists: D: Deep Purple   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Deep Purple - Chronological study of the formation and various alignments for the group.
Deep Purple Tourdate and Live Recording - Tour dates and live recording history (official and unofficial) from 1968 to the present day.
Rock Ahead: Deep Purple at Royal Albert Hall - Review of the 1999 benefit concert celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Concerto for Group and Orchestra including tribute to Malcolm Arnold plus members' solo and ensemble works.
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 Eagle Rock Entertainment
The mighty Deep Purple returns with a special edition 2-CD set of their newest studio album Rapture Of The Deep.
Rapture Of The Deep promises the continued presence of one of history’s biggest bands, now celebrating their 37th year with such tracks as “Back To Back”, “Junkyard Blues”, “Before Time Began” and “Wrong Man”.
On the second disc there is a new version of Clearly Quite Absurd, as well as live versions of some of Deep Purple’s biggest hits, such as “Smoke on the Water” and “Highway Star”, and two of Rapture of the Deep favorites: “Rapture of the Deep” and “Wrong Man”.
www.eaglerockent.com /eaglerockUSA/media_detail.php?media_id=743   (174 words)

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