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 Post subject: Deep Purple
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Deep Purple
(1968-1976, 1984-)


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Made in Japan

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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I'd have thought Machine Head and Japan would be orange.


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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... a list of the official releases .... Take care

1. Shades Of Deep Purple 10/1968 Parlophone
2. The Book Of Taliesyn 7/1969 Harvest
3. Deep Purple
produced by: Derek Lawrence 11/1969 Harvest
4. Concerto For Group And Orchestra 1/1970 Harvest
5. Deep Purple In Rock
(reissued 19.6.95)
produced by: Martin Birch 6/1970 Harvest
6. Fireball
(reissued 7.10.96) 9/1971 Harvest
7. Machine Head 4/1972 Purple
8. Purple Passages
(2LP, in the USA) 9/1972 Warner Bros
9. Made In Japan
(2LP)
produced by: Deep Purple 08.12.1972 Purple
10. Who Do We Think We Are
produced by: Deep Purple 1/1973 Purple
11. Burn
produced by: Deep Purple 2/1974 Purple/EMI
12. Stormbringer
produced by: Deep Purple 12/1974 Purple/EMI
13. 24 Carat Purple
produced by: Deep Purple 09.05.1975 Purple
14. Come Taste The Band
produced by: Deep Purple/Martin Birch 07.11.1975 Purple/EMI
15. Made In Europe
produced by: Deep Purple 05.11.1976 Purple
16. Are You Ready For Song Rock-n-Roll 1977
17. Last Concert In Japan 3/1977 Warner Bros
18. Deep Purple In Live Concert At The Royal Albert Hall
19. Powerhouse 23.12.1977 Purple
20. Singles: As And Bs 1978 Harvest/EMI
21. Picture 1979
22. The Mark 2 Purple Singles 13.04.1979 Purple
23. Deepest Purple 7/1980 Harvest
24. Deep Purple In Concert 1970-1972
(2LP) 12/1980 Harvest/EMI
25. Live In London 1974 8/1982 Harvest/EMI
26. Perfect Strangers 02.11.1984 Polydor
27. The Anthology
(2LP) 6/1985 Harvest
28. The House Of Blue Light 12.01.1987 Polydor
29. The Best Of Deep Purple 11/1987 Telstar
30. Scandinavian Nights 1970 Live
(2CD) 1988 Connoisseur
31. Nobody's Perfect
(2LP) 8/1988 Polydor
32. Slaves And Masters 22.10.1990 RCA
33. The CD Anthology
(2CD/3LP) 3/1991 EMI
34. In The Absence Of Pink - Knebworth '85
(2CD) 8/1991 Connoisseur
35. Purple Rainbows 9/1991 EMI
36. Knocking At Your Backdoor - Best Of In The 80's 4/1992 Polydor
37. Gemini Suite - Live 1993 RPM
38. Singles A's And B's 1/1993 Harvest
39. Progression 5/1993 Spectrum
40. The Deep Purple Family Album 7/1993 Connoisseur
41. The Battle Rages On 19.07.1993 RCA
42. Live In Japan
(3CD) 11/1993 EMI
43. Smoke On The Water - The Best Of 9/1994 EMI
44. Come Hell Or High Water
(2LP) 31.10.1994 RCA
45. Live In California '76
(2CD) 1995 Connoiseur
46. On The Wings Of A Russian Foxbat
(2CD) 7/1995 Connoisseur Collection
47. Child In Time 9/1995 Spectrum
48. Deep Purple Rare Live
(in Japan) 1996 Techiku
49. Archive Alive! 1996 Archive
50. Purpendicular 05.02.1996 RCA
51. California Jamming - Live At The Ontario Speedway April 1974 5/1996 EMI
52. Deep Purple Mk III - The Final Concerts
(2CD) 7/1996 Connoisseur Collection
53. Live At The Olympia 09.06.1997 Spin/EMI
54. Purplexed 1998 BMG
55. Abandon 25.05.1998 EMI
56. 30: The Very Best Of Deep Purple 05.10.1998 EMI
57. Friends & Relatives 25.01.1999 Eagle/edel
58. On The Road
(4CD box set) 23.02.1999
59. Shades 1968-1998
(box set) 16.03.1999
60. This Time Around
(2CD) 11/1999 Sanctuary
61. Days May Come 11/1999 2CD
62. Concertos: Live At The Royal Albert Hall With The London Symphony Orchestra
& The London Symphony Orchestra
(2CD) 18.01.2000 Spitfire
63. The Very Best Of Deep Purple 04.04.2000 Rhino
64. In Concert With The London Symphony Orchestra 02.10.2000 Eagle/edel
65. Smoke on the Water & Other Hits 03.04.2001 Rhino
66. 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection 04.06.2002 Mercury
67. Live Denmark 1972 15.04.2003 Purple
68. Winning Combinations
& Rainbow, kompilace 17.06.2003 Universal Special Products
69. Best of the Early Years 29.07.2003 Intercontinental
70. Bananas
produced by: Michael Bradford 25.09.2003 EMI
71. Deep Purple and Beyond 18.11.2003 Direct Source
72. Deep Purple and Friends
& Friends 25.11.2003 Recall
73. New Live & Rare 01.06.2004 Purple
74. Critical Review: Inside Deep Purple 1969-1973 25.10.2004 Classic Rock Legends
75. Burn: 30th Anniversary Edition 01.03.2005 EMI
76. Critical Review, Vol. 2: 1974-1976 01.03.2005 Classic Rock Legends
77. The Platinum Collection 07.06.2005 EMI
78. Live in Stockholm 1970 05.07.2005 Purple
79. Very Best Of Deep Purple 8/2005 EMI
80. Rapture Of The Deep 24.10.2005 edel
81. Live In Concert 1972/73 11/2005
82. Best Of Deep Purple 07.02.2006 Double Play
83. Collection 14.02.2006 BMG International
84. Legends 21.02.2006 Universal International
85. Live at Montreux 1996 02.05.2006 Eagle
86. Highway Stars 30.05.2006 EMI
87. Deep Purple and Friends
& Friends 26.09.2006 Music Club International
88. Live in Montreux 1969 10.10.2006 Purple
89. Live In Stuttgart 1993 08.01.2007
90. Live at the Nec 1993 13.02.2007 Sony
91. Live in Denmark 1972 02.04.2007 Purple
92. Deep Purple Story 17.04.2007 Primo
93. Live in Montreux / In Concert 15.05.2007 Recall
94. They All Came Down to Montreux 12.06.2007 Eagle
95. Live In London 8/2007 EMI
96. Colour Collection 15.10.2007 Spectrum
97. The Very Best Of Deep Purple 3/2008 EMI
98. Platinum Collection 10.06.2008 EMI
99. Hit Collection 17.06.2008 Sony/BMG
100. Days May Come & Days May Go 15.07.2008 Purple
101. Sight and Sound: Heavy Metal Pioneers 22.07.2008 WEA
102. Star Club 04.11.2008 Universal
103. Greatest Hits 16.12.2008 Sony/BMG
104. Live at Long Beach 1976 09.06.2009 Purple
105. Live in Aachen 1970 09.06.2009 Purple
106. Live at Inglewood 1968 14.07.2009 Purple
107. This Time Around: Live in Tokyo '75 06.10.2009
108. Introducing: Deep Purple 10.10.2009 Ear Music
109. Live Encounters
(2CD) 19.10.2009 Metal Mind Productions
110. Space Truckin' Round the World 24.11.2009 Deep Purple
111. Live in Montreux 1969 30.03.2010
112. Singles & EP Anthology 68-80


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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You sure all of these are official releases?


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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Yngtchie Blacksteen wrote:
You sure all of these are official releases?


.. as far as I know in that each is approved by the band`s management ... and each except for a few has appeared on various albums charts around the world at one time or another ..... Take care


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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Wow, not a whole lot of quality control, then. That's one of the things that bugs me about DP, because while I feel they're very much on par with Led Zeppelin or Black Sabbath, they simply have too many sub par releases out there that clutter up their discography. Hell, even the first three albums, charming as they may be, take away a lot of the impact of In Rock.

When I was younger, I didn't understand how DP were considered second to Zep and Sabbath, but as the years passed I've begun to understand it, if not necessarily agreeing with it.


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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Gminer, nobody would want to make a tier out of that colossus.


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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Yngtchie Blacksteen wrote:
Wow, not a whole lot of quality control, then. That's one of the things that bugs me about DP, because while I feel they're very much on par with Led Zeppelin or Black Sabbath, they simply have too many sub par releases out there that clutter up their discography. Hell, even the first three albums, charming as they may be, take away a lot of the impact of In Rock.

When I was younger, I didn't understand how DP were considered second to Zep and Sabbath, but as the years passed I've begun to understand it, if not necessarily agreeing with it.


.. that speaks to the reason for showing a portion of the releases and you understand the point .... when an artist or a band loses control of their material to its record company or management you can see exactly what happens ..... release after release that profits everyone but the artist ..... it can even beg the larger question on who actual controls the name/brand .... now that would be an interesting court battle as it appears the managers control the name ... Take care

Deep Purple Mark I (April 1968 - June 1969)
Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
Rod Evans (vocals)
Jon Lord (keyboards + backing vocals)
Ian Paice (drums)
Nick Simper (bass + backing vocals)

Deep Purple Mark IIa (June 1969 - 30 June 1973)
Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
Ian Gillan (vocals)
Roger Glover (bass)
Jon Lord (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)

Deep Purple Mark III (October 1973 - 5 April 1975)
Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
David Coverdale (vocals)
Glenn Hughes (bass + vocals)
Jon Lord (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)

Deep Purple Mark IV (1975 - July 1976 (last gig was March 15 1976))
Tommy Bolin (guitar + vocals)
David Coverdale (vocals)
Glenn Hughes (bass + vocals)
Jon Lord (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)

Deep Purple Mark IIb (reunion) (April 1984 - April 1989)
Same lineup as Mk II above.

Deep Purple Mark V (Autumn 1989 - Autumn 1992) ("Mk. Turner" )
Ritchie Blackmore (guitar)
Roger Glover (bass)
Jon Lord (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)
Joe Lynn Turner (vocals)

Deep Purple Mark IIc (re-reunion?) (Autumn 1992 - 17 November 1993)
Same lineup as Mk II above.

Deep Purple Mark VI (2. December 1993 - July 1994)
Ian Gillan (vocals)
Roger Glover (bass)
Jon Lord (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)
Joe Satriani (guitar)

Deep Purple Mark VII (November 1994 - February 2002)
Ian Gillan (vocals)
Roger Glover (bass and backing vocals)
Jon Lord (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)
Steve Morse (guitar and backing vocals)

Deep Purple Mark VIII (March 2002 - present)
Ian Gillan (vocals)
Roger Glover (bass and backing vocals)
Don Airey (keyboards)
Ian Paice (drums)
Steve Morse (guitar and backing vocals)


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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gminer, I list all the studio albums. For bands with a huge "other releases" catalog like The Who, or The Dead or Deep Purple, I only list highlights of their other releases (famous titles, critically acclaimed titles, fan-loved titles. But, say, not the budget greatest hits album they released on Rhino in 1996)

And damn, I think Deep Purple is up there with Jethro Tull in the running for most greatest-hits album a band has ever released!


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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.... the 69 year old Jon Lord`s remarkable classical career continues in a strong way, Lord has been added to Classic FMs Hall of Fame for 2010 with 2 selections at #28 and #79 ..

http://www.classicfm.co.uk/on-air/hall-fame/

and was also listed in 2008 as one of the Top 10 living composers at #3 which does tie directly to a body of classical material/recordings spanning now some 40 plus years that at times included Purple, members there of or simply solo ... Take care

http://www.classicfm.co.uk/on-air/hall- ... composers/

Karl Jenkins retains the top spot as Classic FM's most loved living composer with his work 'The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace', still in the Top 20. Also well presented is the chart is Jon Lord, who moves up to No.3 on the top 10 living composers list.

1. Jenkins – The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace (15)

2. Ungar – The Ashokan Farewell (19)

3. Lord - The Durham Concerto (28)

4. Shore – Lord of the Rings (44)

5. Morricone – The Mission (68)

6. Lord - Boom of The Tingling Strings (79)

7. Einaudi - Le Onde (85)

8. Pärt - Spiegel im Spiegel (88)

9. Williams - Schindler's List (92)

10. Górecki – Symphony No.3 (‘Symphony of Sorrowful Songs) (104)

... and the latest classical release from Lord this year

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... and from 2008 the highly acclaimed Durham Concerto

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... Boom of the Tingling Strings

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... Beyond the Notes

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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... and then there was Sept 1969 ..... the first classical composition composed and performer live with a rock band and orchestra and broadcast on TV by the BBC in the UK in 1970 and called The Best of Both Worlds .... Take care

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... the BBC then commissioned another piece from Lord which was performed live in 1970 ...
Gemini Suite...

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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Jon Lord ftw indeed.....

gminer, have you heard any of their albums with Morse ?? any of them worth it ?


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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Yousha wrote:
Jon Lord ftw indeed.....

gminer, have you heard any of their albums with Morse ?? any of them worth it ?



... would highly recommend Purpendicular, Abandon and any of the live material with Morse especially Live in Montreux 1996 .... he is certainly an exceptional guitarist but I do prefer Blackmore and the Tommy Bolin DP era (Come Taste the Band) over Morse ... but again Morse is certainly a gifted player ... and all three have certainly explored everything from jazz to blues to soul to funk to R&B to rock/metal etc etc with Purple ..... Take care


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Purple
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I'd have thought Machine Head and Japan would be orange.


forgot about the top tier... Yeah I agree, and keep In Rock red, the other three bold, and if there's anything else that should be bold gminer should know, I reckon


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