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Shop by Room. Shop by Style. Decorating Ideas. Buying Guides. Last of the Long Jams It gives fans a look inside the machine. The CD is a collection of song ideas and jams that were recorded three weeks after Tommy Bolin had joined the band in Recorded at Robert Simon's Pirate Sound studios, this was the band sitting around a studio coming up with ideas for new songs, showing off their talents and working in their new guitarist. There are several songs clocking in at around or over ten minutes, which are nothing more than lengthy, improvisational jams.
Some of these ideas would eventually work their way into song for Purple's "Come Taste the Band" album. The booklet that came with the CD is pages and packed with biography information, liner notes and classic photos from these sessions. For a band that has been around since the 's, it's amazing that Deep Purple are still putting out such quality studio releases.
Many bands from the 's seem to be living on live albums, past hits, and touring on nostalgia alone, but Purple forge ahead.
Granted, "Bananas" may not be the groundbreaking heavy metal of "Machine Head" but it's still an excellent hard rock record. I was fortunate to see the band on this tour, so I got to hear a few of these songs live before purchasing the disc.
Steve Morse is a very different guitar player than Ritchie Blackmore, but it is his tone and style that brings to life some of these later day Purple albums. Jon Lord has stepped aside, but the band brings in veteran Don Airey to fill the keyboard spot. This song is a ballad that is best described by it's title.
Ian Gillan is still one of rock's greatest vocalists. His lyrics are funny and intelligent and can be biting at times. Overall, probably not Purple's crowning achievement, but still a solid platter from these veteren rockers.
Deep Purple's "Rapture of the Deep" continues in the same mode that the band has been following since the album "Purpendicular". Of course, Gillan's signature voice and his lyrical approach are undeniable as always, but it's Steve Morse's guitar work that really makes this album stand out.
Of course as much as Gillan has a signature sound, so did guitarist Ritchie Blackmore. As such, it is impossible to compare this to any work with Blackmore. The standout cut on here is "MTV" which is a venom-spewing cut on modern media and music industry. Excellent lyrics, although it seems that Gillan might be taking a stab at the very people that support the band by also criticising classic rock radio. His beef is that these stations need to play new music by classic artists. A valid criticism in my opinion and one of the main reasons I don't listen to the radio.
The local stations in my area seem to thing that Deep Purple haven't written a new song since the reunion record "Perfect Strangers". I found the last part of the song particularly funny where Gillan criticizes DJs for getting facts incorrects and avoiding any sort of meaningful discussion about the artist's newer music. The clever part about this verse is that you will have to be a true fan to really understand it.
Also, don't miss them live. I saw them on the "Bananas" tour last year and they were excellent. Gillan is still a powerhouse! Deep Purple live is simply an outstanding event. Decades later, Deep Purple are still a force to be reckoned with on stage. The performance is superb, as is the mix and mastering.
Ian Gillan is one of the masters of heavy metal and hard rock vocals. Time hasn't hurt him one bit. He hit's every note here, including those super high notes in the second chorus during Woman from Tokyo.
Glover and Paice are also at their finest here. However, it is Steve Morse who steals the show. He is a masterful guitarist well deserving of his place in Deep Purple history. The interplay between Morse and Lord in "Speed King" is fantastic!
The song selection here is good as well. I think the material from "Purpendicular" is criminally underrated and I wish more had been included here. Of course what would a Deep Purple concert be without "Smoke on the Water"? Geez, I think I must have fifty different versions of this song in my collection, and I'm still not tired of it.
Deep Purple's association with Montreux goes back to the early seventies, when their attempt to record their album "Machine Head" at the Montreux Casino was thwarted when it promptly burnt down, forcing them to make the album in the rooms and corridors of the Grand Hotel instead.
The story was, of course, immortalized in their classic song "Smoke On The Water" which is the climax of the Montreux Jazz Festival concert. This particular set is a 2CD collection and not only features the Montreux festival show, but also features a disc of material titled "In Concert with the London Symphony Orchestra" Recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall on September 25 and 26, , this disc features Deep Purple's return to classical grandeur.
The disc opens with John Lord's "Pictured Within". This soft piano ballad features a guest vocalist and is back by the orchestra. This is a pretty mellow affair. Dio certainly hasn't lost anything with age. After all the guest artists and solo tracks, it's not until track 8 that Deep Purple take the stage with the orchestra and give us the last three songs. The 2-disc version of this album features the last two movements of "Concerto for the Group and Orchestra".
I must confess, I much prefer Deep Purple when they are rockin' to this more mellow stuff. That's not to say it isn't good. I just prefer the music on disc one on this double CD. Back to Index. Ritchie Blackmore. Speakerphone Recordings , grimmgrinner records. Suma 3 And Unearthly Trance. Head Records 2. Hell Comes Home.
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