Deep Purple: 'Live In Paris 1975' Audio Preview

artist: deep purple date: 01/04/2013 category: online downloads
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Deep Purple: 'Live In Paris 1975' Audio Preview
Deep Purple will release a 2 CD/digital reissue of "Live In Paris 1975" on January 29. "Live In Paris 1975" has been digitally remixed and re-mastered from the original multi-track recordings. Originally released via Purple Records, this historic concert is now presented in stunning, updated audio quality. Recorded on April 17, 1975 at the Palais des Sports in Paris, this was the very last concert with guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, who was leaving Purple to form Rainbow. Blackmore, vocalist David Coverdale, bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes, keyboardist Jon Lord, and drummer Ian Paice roared with strength on such classics as "Burn", "Stormbringer", "Highway Star", "Space Truckin'" and "Smoke On The Water". The project is the first of 10 classic Purple recordings to be updated and reissued. Check out audio samples of all tracks at Amazon.co.uk here. Deep Purple "Live In Paris 1975" tracklisting: Disc 1: 01. Burn 02. Stormbringer 03. The Gypsy 04. Lady Double Dealer 05. Mistreated 06. Smoke On The Water 07. You Fool No One Disc 2: 01. Space Truckin' 02. Going Down 03. Highway Star 04. Bonus 1975 interview with David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes and Ian Paice Thanks for the report to HenneMusic.com.
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