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Performed in front of a live TV audience, Deep Purple storm through the amazing song 'Child In Time'. This song features the classic Mk2 line up of aice/Blackmore. Child in Time (Live Version).
All in the Mind is the sole studio album by American house music act the Bucketheads, released in August 1995 by Big Beat Records in the United States and shortly after by Positiva Records in the United Kingdom. Unimpressed with what he perceived to be fellow producers copying his characteristic style, producer Kenny "Dope" Gonzales launched the Bucketheads as a stylistic detour to explore influences such as disco, hip hop and Latin music, hoping to throw his audience a 'curveball'
Deep Purple in Rock is, to my mind, a more worthwhile album than Machine Head. I mean, Machine Head is great don't get me wrong, but In Rock just has better material. I absolutely love every song on there, and Speed King, Child In Time, Flight of the Rat, and others are some of the best Deep purple songs out there. In Rock also has an incredibly raw sound that an album like Machine Head doesn't capture, and In Rock is certainly one of the most important pieces in heavy metal history. Also, the songs on In Rock are not overplayed like Smoke on the Water and Highway Star.
In the Absence of Pink is a live album released by Deep Purple. It was originally recorded by BBC Radio on the reunited Mk II Purple's first UK gig after reforming in 1984, at the Knebworth Festival on Saturday 22 June 1985. Several of the supporting artists were also recorded, and they - together with Deep Purple - were broadcast on BBC Radio 1 the following Saturday during a programme called 'Knebworth Through The Night', which ran from 2200-0400. The original double CD version was released in 1991.
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It placed at number one on four European album charts and in the Top Ten of six other countries. It also sold exceptionally well: It was certified Gold in Poland, Germany (where it sold over 100,000), the Czech Republic, and Russia - it was the band's first album to crack the . s Top 40 charts in 20 years. For InFinite, Deep Purple re-enlisted producer Bob Ezrin. At this point, he is almost a sixth member. This the longest running lineup in their history. Things get off to a great start with "Time for Bedlam. Despite its slightly corny sci-fi spoken intro with Gillian's voice put through a processor, it acquits itself with a massive swirling charge worthy of the band's glory years. It also features Gillan's best lyrics - he tends to go over the top elsewhere.
The members of Deep Purple were watching their chance at making a new album go up in flames – literally. The heavy metal pioneers had come to Montreux, Switzerland in December 1971 to record their next LP with the help of the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio. Deep Purple’s plan was to cut new tracks in the theater of the Montreux Casino, which shut down for refurbishment for a few months every winter. After finishing recording in late 1971, Deep Purple released Machine Head on March 25, 1972. The band’s sixth LP went immediately to No. 1 in the . and remained on the charts for weeks, aided by singles including Never Before, Lazy and Highway Star. Machine Head was more of a slow burn in the United States, partially because Smoke on the Water wasn’t released as a single until May 1973.