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In Concert '72 (2012 Remix)

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  • Audio CD (16 Jun. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: PLG UK Catalog
  • ASIN: B00K55K3ZW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,626 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Introduction (Live) [2012 Remix]
  2. Highway Star (Live) [2012 Remix]
  3. Strange Kind of Woman (Live) [2012 Remix]
  4. Maybe I'm a Leo (Live) [2012 Remix]
  5. Smoke On the Water (Live) [2012 Remix]
  6. Never Before (Live) [2012 Remix]
  7. Lazy (Live) [2012 Remix]
  8. Space Truckin' (Live) [2012 Remix]
  9. Lucille (Live) [2012 Remix]
  10. Maybe I'm a Leo (Soundcheck)

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Never having gotten round to upgrading my vinyl copy of 'Live 1970-72',this is a great way (and reasonably priced) to get the expanded 1972 radio broadcast portion.

Yes its been released before ,as part of the 40th anniversary MACHINE HEAD release and as an expanded CD and a vinyl release,where the soundcheck version of 'Maybe I'm a Leo' first appeared.This is the first time the soundcheck has appeared on a CD release.

Sound quality is excellent,the band on form and its great to hear rarely played material such as 'Never Before' and 'Maybe i'm a Leo',its rather quaint to hear the DJ intro's and the polite applause,hard to believe a mere 5 months later,the band would record 'Made In Japan taped at fever pitch.I have no hesitation in saying this release,along with Copenhagen '72 are both essential just like Made In Japan..

The packaging is fine,liner notes basic and more a history of the recording as opposed to the band,which is fair enough,there's not much more that can be written about them i guess.At this price a true bargain and an essential purchase.
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Format: Vinyl
I still have the original vinyl copy of this concert from 1980 when it was released as Deep Purple in Concert together with a show from 1970. Several of the tracks were missing from the 1972 show and the sound quality of the vinyl recording was very poor.

I purchased the SACD from Audio Fidelity in 2010 to replace the very poor CD version I had from the 90s. The SACD is reviewed on Amazon (28 Dec 2010) and this at the time I considered this to be the best copy from both an audio point of view and the running length of material from the original Radio 1 broadcast.

So here we are with the 2012 reissue: we get the full show across two 12inch LPs and a 33rpm 7inch disk of the encore, Lucille together with a sound-check of Maybe I'm a Leo on the B side. All the vinyl disks are coloured purple and the LPs weigh in at 150/156g. A very appealing, heavy weight glossy cover is provided with photographs and interesting notes on the back cover on the release: very impressive. For once on a modern reissue we get heavy weight (18g) inner plastic lined sleeves to protect the records: bravo.

The records are reasonably flat and the back-ground slightly noisy straight from the packet. I am sure this will reduce once liquid/vacuum cleaned and it does not cause a major issue to the music performance. I do notice it's common for coloured vinyl (other than black) to have slightly higher background noise. I prefer clear natural vinyl but its very difficult to find.

The sound quality of the album is very good. You can hear and feel Ian Paice's bass drum which is much less evident on the earlier releases even the SACD. The stereo soundstage is clean and clear with the mix being very balanced.
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I wont waste your time with a long -winded detailed review, as good as they can be at times, i`ll just say that these five musicians formed the greatest band that have ever walked on planet earth, bar none. This is a remarkable live recording of songs that went on to ultimately become the catalyst for the most amazing live album ever captured on vinyl, Made in Japan. If you`ve never heard music played live with such technical ability and intensity, do yourself a favour and buy this fantastic 2012 remix, it`s money well spent, you`ll be blown away.
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Made In Japan is the greatest live album of all time and in its original seven track form, it will never be beaten. However, sometimes you want to hear Purple being a bit more rough and ready as that's where some of the true gold can be found. This has always been a great performance, apart from Maybe I'm A Leo and the beginning of Lucille, which are a tad too rough and ready, but the sound let it down slightly as it was like a high quality bootleg with levels all over the place at times. Well now, thanks to Peter Mew and Nigel Reeve, the sound is equal to the performance, as the 2012 remix elevates the whole package to another level entirely without diminishing the power/aggression of the band's onslaught. Highlights are SKOW, Never Before, Lazy (better than the MIJ version?) and Space Truckin'. Paice, Glover and Lord are particularly on fire throughout, they would have made a great Jazz Rock (Rock Jazz) trio! It only costs six quid as well, what more could you ask for!
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I recently relistened to DP 70-72 live and wondered how they could beat the mastering on that. The 72 concert had a you are there feeling, loud and in your face. This remaster tops that and how. Now it sounds like it could have been recorded yesterday, great balance and instrument placement. Instead of air gaps everywhere, the sound is of a group playing together. Fantastic, well worth getting even if you have the later 2 cd in concert version. Roger Glovers bass is so clear and the top end is astounding. Everything louder than everything else......ooooh yesss
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A worthy addition to Made in Japan and Machine Head, not as well produced as the aforementioned albums but an accurate snapshot of how they really sounded Live at their peak Mark II lineup cirac 1971. Not much else to say about this album, a great opportunity to hear how they were.
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