Lady Double Dealer - Deep Purple - Stormbringer (Cassette, Album)
Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Burn Stormbringer Come Taste the Band Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow Record Collector. Ritchie BlackmoreDavid Coverdale. Norwegian Albums Chart . Austrian Top 40 Albums . French Albums Chart . Danish Albums Chart .
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Download as PDF Printable version. Burn Stormbringer Come Taste the Band Mistreated Lady double dealer 4. You fool no one Stormbringer 5. Before Blackmore left Album) band, Purple did one last great decisionto record the last concert Ritchie played with them. And although this record would come posthumously, this put a lot soothing into my heart back then as it reconciled me with Purple their break-up was another good news to me as they would avoid dragging their names through a bunch of even more horrible albums than CATTB.
Although, I wish someday, they will expand this record to a double since this album is only a single vinyl record containing the full Paris concerts where this album is mainly recorded if memory servesthis album is a real must for all Purple fans, and the group was still a live Album) even though the horrible Stormbringer album was taking roughly a third of the live album.
Burn, Mistreated and the expanded You Fool No One where most of the members are allowed solos - just the right length too are simply marvellous and the two tracks from that dreaded album actually make more sense in this live version than on the studio album. A fitting goodbye present from Blackmore to Purple fans!! Great rendition. Jon Lord will even improvise a key solo non-existing on the studio album. A quite extended version for "You Fool No One" with a traditional Jewish song as intro, a long Richie solo in the middle - this one being average - and a good drum solo from Ian at the end, typical for a live set in those days to have a long drum solo the Purple still does now - I went to see them in January in Brussels.
This short album closes with "Stormbringer" : this one is very close to the original and rather dynamic. This record gives a very good idea of the Mark III concerts I was lucky enough to see Album) line-up during one of their first concert ever in December Brussels. Strong hard rock with beautiful instrumental passages from Jon and Ritchie. This is a typical landmark for the Purple concert all the way through till Mark?
Four stars. The use of the "Made in. The performances captured here took place in in Austria, Germany and France. The last of these, in Paris in April marked Ritchie Album) final gig with the band for the time being as it turned out. Interestingly the sleeve notes talk of this album as an "Epitaph, a final testimony" to Deep Purple, saying that it is unlikely that this line up will ever appear on stage again.
There are just five tracks in total, all taken from the two Deep Purple albums which feature Coverdale and Hughes. The line up did play older material at these gigs, including "Highway star", "Smoke on the water" and "Space truckin'" but these are omitted. Recordings of these from the same gigs have however subsequently been made available on the "Archive live" album. The opening title track from "Burn" stands proudly alongside any of the band's greatest songs, this rendition being completely faithful to the studio original.
He and Blackmore jointly composed this masterpiece of blues rock which contains one of Ritchie's finest guitar solos ever. Notably the song was also included on Rainbow's first live album. The rendition here includes a superfluous "interpolation" of the blues song "Rock me baby". This song and the following "You fool no one" from "Burn" illustrate all too clearly the funky direction the band adopted while Hughes and Coverdale were part of the line up.
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