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Deep Purple - Beyond The Purple [10CD Box Set Warner Music Japan] (2010)

Hard Rock | Author: ssrocker | 9-05-2011, 19:52
Artist: Deep Purple
Страна: UK
Альбом: Beyond The Purple [10CD Box Set Warner Music Japan]
Genre: Hard Rock / Progressive / Melodic Heavy Metal
Год: 1968-2005
Формат: FLAC (image + CUE + LOG + Covers (PNG 600/300dpi))
Размер: 5,02 Gb
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Disc 1: 1970 Concerto For Group And Orchestra • 00:53:46
01. First Movement
a. Modarato
b. Allegro
c. Vivace
02. Second Movement: Part One-Andante
03. Second Movement: Part Two
04. Third Movement

• Ritchie Blackmore • guitar
• Ian Gillan • vocals
• Jon Lord • keyboards
• Ian Paice • drums
• Roger Glover • bass guitar
• Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Malcolm Arnold • conductor

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Recorded September 24th 1969 at Royal Albert Hall, London. First issued (gatefolded) in December 1969 in U.S.A. on Tetragrammaton Records T 131. (This edition was short lived as the company went bust in early 1970). The distribution in U.S.A. was then managed by Warner Bros. WS 1860. First UK edition on Harvest SHVL 767 in January 1970 (Two versions are in circulation: V1 laminated only outside and printed by E.J.Day - V2 laminated inside as well and printed by Gerrard & Lofthouse). Four different vinyl versions in Japan chronological (all Warner Bros.): BP 8962 (June 1970), P 8093W, P 6504W, P10331W (1976).

Disc 2: 1970 In Rock • 00:42:24
01. Speed King
02. Bloodsucker
03. Child In Time
04. Flight Of The Rat
05. Into The Fire
06. Living Wreck
07. Hard Lovin' Man

• Ritchie Blackmore • guitar
• Ian Gillan • vocals
• Jon Lord • keyboards
• Ian Paice • drums
• Roger Glover • bass guitar

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Recorded from October 1969 to April 1970 at the IBC Studio, De Lane Lea Studios and Abbey Road Studios, all in London. First issued in UK, June 1970 on Harvest SHVL 777: The original album came in a gatefold sleeve. The inner gatefold had lyrics on left and five black & white photos of the individual band members on the right and text on the right. The earliest copies are those which have one line around the EMI logo on the front.

Disc 3: 1971 Fireball • 00:39:15
01. Fireball
02. No No No
03. Strange Kind Of Woman
04. Anyone's Daughter
05. The Mule
06. Fools
07. No One Came

• Ritchie Blackmore • guitar
• Ian Gillan • vocals
• Jon Lord • keyboards
• Ian Paice • drums
• Roger Glover • bass guitar

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Recorded from September 1970 to June 1971 at De Lane Lea Studios, the Olympic Studios in London, as well as The Hermitage in Welcombe, North Devon. First released in May 1971 in US on Warner BS-2564 and Japan on Warner P-8092W. European releases: Germany August 1971 Harvest 1C 038-157562-1 (1LP) - UK September 1971 Harvest SHVL-793 (1LP) - France September 1971 Harvest SHVL-793 (1LP) - Germany October 1971 Harvest 1C 238-157562-4 (1MC) - UK 1971 Harvest TC-SHVL-793 (1E 244-92726) (1MC) - Italy 1971 Harvest 3C 062-92726 (1LP)

Disc 4: 1972 Machine Head • 00:37:43
01. Highway Star
02. Maybe I'm A Leo
03. Pictures Of Home
04. Never Before
05. Smoke On The Water
06. Lazy
07. Space Truckin'

• Ritchie Blackmore • guitar
• Ian Gillan • vocals
• Jon Lord • keyboards
• Ian Paice • drums
• Roger Glover • bass guitar

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Recorded between 6th and 21st December 1971 at the Grand Hotel in Montreux/Switzerland, using the Rolling Stones Mobile Unit. First released March 1972 in UK on Purple Records TPSA-7504 (1e064-93261), as Qudrophonic mix on Purple Records QTPSA-7504, in US on Warner Bros BS-2607, in Germany on Purple Records 1c072-93261-1, in France on Purple Records TPSA-7504 (2c064-93261), in Italy on Purple Records 3c064-93261, in Japan on Warner Bros P-8224W. First CD-release 1986 in UK on EMI CDP 7 46242 2. In 1997 a remastered Anniversary Edition came out as a 2 CD Set incl. extensive liner notes on EMI 7243 8 59506 2 9 in UK and Europe. It consisted of remastered and remixed album tracks, two quadrophonic mixes and a bonus single b-side.

Disc 5: 1972 Live In Japan • 01:17:02
01. Highway Star
02. Child In Time
03. Smoke On The Water
04. The Mule
05. Strange Kind Of Woman
06. Lazy
07. Space Truckin'

• Ritchie Blackmore • guitar
• Ian Gillan • vocals
• Jon Lord • keyboards
• Ian Paice • drums
• Roger Glover • bass guitar

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Recorded live during 15-17 August 1972 in Osaka and Tokyo, Japan. First released on vinyl in UK December 1972 Purple Records TPSP-351 (2LP) and on cassette Purple Records TC2-TPSP-351 (1e284-94024) (1MC). In Yugoslavia December 1972 Purple Records LSPUR-70522/3 (2LP). In Japan December 1972 Warner Bros P-5066/7W (2LP), note: Different cover-artwork and title "Live in Japan"! All over Europe December 1972/January 1973 on Purple Records country prefix + 93915/6 or 93915/16 (2LP). The unexpected enormous success induced the involved record companies to re-release this issue over and over again in the following years. The first CD-release was published in UK 1989 on EMI Records CDP 7-48050-2 [1CD], in Japan on Warner Pioneer 20P2-2606 (1CD) and US Warner Bros 2710.2 (1CD). In 1993 a 3-CD-set sneaked out in Japan ("Live in Japan") in remastered quality which included almost all three concerts, the first releases were derived from on Warner Bros WPCR-677/8/9 (3CD). This item was also issued in Europe. Comes 1998 "Made in Japan" saw another rework, this time as an "Anniversary Edition", which basically was the remastered CD plus a second disc including three encores. In Europe released by EMI Records 7243-8-57864-2-6 (2CD). A vinyl edition of this item was also published. To this date (2010) many versions incl. different tracklistings and covers are in circulation. They all belong to this Master Release as long as they are official recordings of the concerts in Osaka 15/16 August and Tokyo 17 August 1972.

Disc 6: 1973 Who Do We Think We Are! • 00:34:50
01. Woman From Tokyo
02. Mary Long
03. Super Trouper
04. Smooth Dancer
05. Rat Bat Blue
07. Place In Line
08. Our Lady

• Ritchie Blackmore • guitar
• Ian Gillan • vocals
• Jon Lord • keyboards
• Ian Paice • drums
• Roger Glover • bass guitar

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Recorded during fall of 1972 in Italy using the Rolling Stones Mobile Unit. First released January 1973:] in Germany on Purple Records 1C 072-94140 and in France on Purple Records TPSA-7508 . Released February 1973 in UK on Purple Records TPSA-7508, in USA on Warner Bros BS-2678 and in Japan on Warner Bros P-8312W. First CD appearance in 1987 on EMI CDP-7-48273-2. A remastered and remixed anniversary edition was published in 2000 on EMI label cat. no. 7243 5 21607 2 3

Disc 7: 1974 Burn • 00:42:10
01. Burn
02. Might Just Take Your Life
03. Lay Down, Stay Down
04. Sail Away
05. You Fool No One
06. What's Goin' On Here
07. Mistreated
08. 'A' 200

• Ritchie Blackmore • guitar
• David Coverdale • vocals
• Jon Lord • keyboards
• Ian Paice • drums
• Glenn Hughes • bass guitar, vocals

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Recorded during November 1973 in Montreux, Switzerland, using the Rolling Stones Mobile Unit. First released: in Germany, January 1974 on Purple Records 1C 072-94837, In UK February 1974 Purple Records TPS-3505 (0c062-94837), US February 1974 Warner Bros W-2766,Japan February 1974 Warner Bros P-8419W, Germany February 1974 Purple Records 1c244-94837 (1MC), France February 1974 Purple Records C066-94837, UK 1974 Purple Records TC-TPS-3505 (0c244-94837) (1MC), Italy 1974 Purple Records 3c064-94837 , Sweden 1974 Purple Records TPS-3505 (0c062-94837), Argentina 1974 EMI/Purple Records TPS 8028 (3505) (1LP; title: Quemar) First released on CD in 1989 on EMI CDP 7 92611 2 in UK. A remastered anniversary edition incl. Bonus tracks and extensive liner notes was published in 2004 on Purple Records/EMI cat. no. 724347 4 73621 2 5

Disc 8: 1974 Stormbringer • 00:36:45
01. Stormbringer
02. Love Don't Mean A Thing
03. Holy Man
04. Hold On
05. Lady Double Dealer
06. You Can't Do It Right (With The One You Love)
07. High Ball Shooter
08. The Gypsy
09. Soldier Of Fortune

• David Coverdale • lead vocals
• Ritchie Blackmore • guitar
• Glenn Hughes • bass, vocals
• Jon Lord • organ, keyboards
• Ian Paice • drums

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Stormbringer is the ninth studio album by Deep Purple, released in November 1974. On this album, the soul and funk elements that were only hinted at on Burn are much more prominent. In 1990, the album was remastered and re-released in the US by Metal Blade Records with distribution by Warner Bros. This record has been the object of much renewed interest: Friday Music label released it stateside on July 31, 2007 (along with Made in Europe and Come Taste the Band). It is unclear which tapes were used as a source for this release, but the label's website claims that the album has been digitally remastered (but not expanded). Additionally EMI (Deep Purple's label for much of the world outside the US) worked with Glenn Hughes on a remastered, expanded version of the album (much like the one done with Burn) which includes bonus remixes/alternate takes. Originally due on fall 2007, it was ultimately released on February 23, 2009 as a "35th Anniversary Edition" for the European/international market only. The release has been expanded into a limited edition 2 disc set: the first disc is the full remastered album along with the new remixes, and the second disc is a DVD containing the quadraphonic mix in 4.1 audio as originally released in the USA back in 1975. Once the CD/DVD edition sells out a single CD edition will follow it. A limited double gatefold vinyl edition was also released.

Disc 9: 1975 Come Taste The Band • 00:37:22
01. Comin' Home
02. Lady Luck
03. Gettin' Tighter
04. Dealer
05. I Need Love
06. Drifter
07. Love Child
08. This Time Around / Owed To 'G' (Instrumental)
09. You Keep On Moving

• Tommy Bolin • guitars, vocals, bass guitar on "Comin' Home"
• David Coverdale • lead vocals
• Glenn Hughes • bass, vocals (lead vocals on "Gettin' Tighter" and "This Time Around")
• Jon Lord • keyboards, piano, synthesizer, backing vocals on "Comin' Home", bass on "This Time Around"
• Ian Paice • drums, percussion

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Come Taste the Band is the tenth studio album by the English rock band Deep Purple originally released in October 1975. The album was co-produced and engineered by the band and longtime associate Martin Birch. It is the only Deep Purple studio record featuring Tommy Bolin, who replaced Ritchie Blackmore on guitar. When Blackmore left the band, many observers and critics assumed that Deep Purple would not continue. It was David Coverdale who asked Jon Lord to keep the band together, and Tommy Bolin was asked to take the guitar slot. A deluxe edition of the album was released in 2010. In 1990, the album was remastered and re-released in the US by Metal Blade Records and distributed by Warner Bros. It was re-released again on the Friday Music label on July 31, 2007 (along with Made in Europe and Stormbringer). While the label's website claims that the album has been digitally remastered, it is unclear which tapes were used as a source for this remastering, but it is unlikely the original master tapes were used, as EMI had repeatedly claimed over the years that the master tapes of this album were missing. In December 2009, the Deep Purple Appreciation Society (DPAS) reported the original multi-track masters had recently surfaced and that an official remastered version with bonus tracks (including remixes by Glenn Hughes and Kevin Shirley) would see a release in 2010. Released on October 25, 2010, the 2-CD Deluxe 35th Anniversary edition includes the original album in remastered form plus a rare US single edit of "You Keep on Moving" on the first disc, and a full album remix and two unissued tracks on the second disc: "Same in LA" a three minute out-take from the final release in 1975, and "Bolin/Paice Jam" a five minute instrumental jam with Ian Paice and Tommy Bolin.

Disc 10: 1976 Made In Europe • 00:45:47
01. Burn
02. Mistreated (Interpolating Rock Me Baby)
03. Lady Double Dealer
04. You Fool No One
05. Stormbringer

• Ritchie Blackmore • guitar
• David Coverdale • lead vocals
• Glenn Hughes • bass and vocals
• Jon Lord • Hammond organ and keyboards
• Ian Paice • drums

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Made in Europe is a live album released by Deep Purple, recorded on the final dates in 1975 on which Ritchie Blackmore was a member of Deep Purple. It was released in 1976 after the group broke up. Made in Europe features songs recorded live 4 April in Graz, Austria, 5 April in Saarbrucken, Germany, and 7 April 1975 in Paris, France with the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio. According to the liner notes included on Mk III: The Final Concerts, though, the material featured on Made in Europe came, for the most part, from the Saarbrucken show. Additionally, this performance is said to have experienced extensive studio editing and/or overdubbing of crowd noise and applause. Certainly there is a tape-loop of applause, given away by a whistling fan. The songs featured on the album are from Deep Purple's Burn and Stormbringer albums. In 1990, the album was remastered and re-released in the US by Metal Blade Records with distribution by Warner Bros. This record, which had been out of print in the US, was re-released by Friday Music label on July 31, 2007 (along with Stormbringer and Come Taste the Band). While the label's website claims that the album has been digitally remastered, it is unclear which tapes were used as a source for this release.

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