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Phoenix Rising (Audio Version)

20 May 2011 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 20 May 2011
  • Label: earMUSIC
  • Copyright: 2011 Edel Germany GmbH. earMUSIC is a project of Edel.
  • Total Length: 1:10:09
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  • ASIN: B00518O0H0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 118,307 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 30 May 2011
Format: Audio CD
As a fan of Purple Mark 1V,im well aware of the history,love 'Come Taste The Band' and i have waited a long time for this footage since it was first advertised way back in Kerrang too many moons ago to remember,having now seen it,may be it should have remained locked away.Coverdale and Hughes especially look unfit,Hughes Bloated and both resort to shouting and screaming at times,Bolin's condition is well documented but he wears a haunted look,a tortured soul,lost in the wrong band,Lord plays it appears with his eyes shut most of the time(cant bare to look at whats unfolding before him?) while Paice does what he does best ,holds the band together,its no surprise both he and Lord are of the stage pretty sharpish while Coverdale/Hughes inanely punch the air in celebration wearing drug addled grins,im actually quite saddened by the spectacle.

The picture quality and sound are pretty good just the performance lagging behind.The bonus CD is made up of tracks from 2 previously released discs,'This Time Around...' and '..The Foxbat Tapes',so are not an essential reasson to purchase,as with Mark 1V's history the performances vary in quality,if your a completist you'll probably want it anyway,you probably wont watch or listen on a regular basis.

Which just leaves the extras and the packaging, well the booklet is crap(clearly the quality was saved for the dvd ltd set,while the extras are excellent,the main reason for shelling out the readies,the interviews raise some interesting facts/points,would have loved more about Tommy,some of the footage , Jakarta etc was new to me,so this was the most rewarding part of the purchase.

I cant whole heartedly recommend this,casual fans should stay clear, die hards and completists may wish it as part of the collection,i know i did but i wont watch on a regular basis.
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Format: Audio CD
I bought this to finally see RISES OVER JAPAN footage from December 1975....and it's clear to see the band is struggling. Tommy Bolin had apparently fallen asleep on his arm and can't play after a heroin shot....his playing is terrible even though he was an amazing guitarist. Coverdale and Hughes just scream all the time which gets very annoying the more it goes on. Only Lord and Paice play with any conviction.
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this deep purple album is very good its a change from the early deep purple which we are all used to
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. C. Fairhurst on 30 July 2011
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
Earmusic have done themselves proud with the sound quality of this one, and it's in general the full package, the cd booklet is reproduced on the inner record sleeves (although the optically challenged may struggle with the tiny print), and you get the DVD as well. The reservations though are as follows: there's no new material here, it's all from Tokyo 1975 and Long Beach 1976, it's a shame they couldn't have found something new for us obsessives, also although the Long Beach tracks are new to vinyl the Tokyo tracks of course aren't, it would have been good if they could have made it a companion piece to Last Concert In Japan. Oh, and though it was programmed as a cd as an lp it's a bit short. Phoenix Rising runs for 68 minutes as a double, Deepest Purple was a single lp and ran for 61 minutes and was released in 1980. As a summary then, if you're an obsessive Deep Purple fan who has to have everything and likes vinyl, great. If you're not however, it's not essential.
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