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Deep Purple Fans don't be fooled,
This review is from: Days May Come And Days May Go (Audio CD)
Fans of the classic Deep Purple (versions 2 & 3)should beware of this poor version of the band. Tommy Bolin's pathetic guitar posturings only serve to highlight the brilliance of the great god Ritchie Blackmore and Glenn Hughes cannot drive the band along as Roger Glover always did. Ian Paice's drumming however remains a lesson to any aspiring skinsman for his non-stop workrate, David Coverdale is in good voice and Jon Lord's keyboard work as good live as ever.