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1. Burn (Live In Austria)
2. Mistreated/Rock Me Baby (Medley) (Live In Germany)
3. Lady Double Dealer (Live In France)
4. You Fool No One (Live In France)
5. Stormbringer (Live In Austria)
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on 21 January 2016
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
This album is worth getting just to hear David Coverdale towards the end of "Mistreated",the second track, sing sometimes unaccompanied, the baby, baby, baby, "rock me baby"part of Mistreated, absolutely hair on the back of your neck stand up time, awesome. The pleading and begging vocal delivered with such power and feeling, cant fail to leave you absolutely gob smacked, as he sings his heart out in front of thousands of adoring fans. There are just five tracks on this live album, the opener "Burn" is a great song that sizzles along astride a brilliantly conceived riff, courtesy of the magnificent ingenuity and virtuosity of the man in black, the great Ritchie Blackmore. After Mistreated "Lady double dealer" is next up, charging along with some great drumming by Ian Paice, alongside bass and vocals provided by Glen Hughes, Jon Lord is there, coaxing his Hammond organ along, ducking and diving and vying for space with Blackmore's riffing and run's, it's just brilliant. Next up is "You fool no one," which is where Paicey, doing a drum solo, and Ritchie excel during a long extended mainly instrumental piece. Last track is Stormbringer,another great riff and vocals, Jon steams in with a quick fire Hammond solo, and before you know it ,it's over. Obviously not a full gig just a snapshot in the career of, (after nigh on fifty legendary and glorious years), the phenomenon that is Deep Purple.
on 22 December 2000
Format: Audio CD
I initially bought this album to fill in the gap in my collection;nd even found it at a discount price! Oddly enough I prefered it to the studio, material of the same period. Whereas the DPMk3 studio albums tended toward shorter, funkier tracks these live versions stretch out to include longer solo sections, more band interplay, different intros and several abrupt changes of tempo, with the band occasionally running off into different songs mid-track. At this point in their career the band weren't playing many of their older (Mk2) numbers; and this is perhaps the reason for the longer instrumantal sections; but in a way this is an advantage: you don't get multiple versions of live songs already released on other (classic) live albums (ie, Made in Japan); and the material here can be heard in its own right without comparison to older songs from a different lineup. Mk3 is probably best regarded as a different band to Mk2; comparing lineups is like comparing different bands of the same era. There's no reason not to like more than one group. The sound quality of this album manages to be both raw and clear at the same time. It doesn't have the ambiance of 'Made in Japan' though it does have alot of energy, even if in a very different way. It is certainly superior to many of the bootlegs of the time that featured inspired performances but washed-out muddy sound. In critisism, the audience heard between tracks sound artificial, and is rumoured to be just that; but the tracks themselves really burn, and even if there were some studio overdubs the album still sounds great, and far better than many of the studio versions of the same time. Purists can check out the 'last mark three concerts' CD recorded at the same time as this one (featureing someidentical takes)- no overdubs and a similar sound. If you only buy two live Purple albums, get 'Made In Japan' and this one. Others may include some good tracks, but none are so consistantly brilliant.
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Not the classic I seem to recall, a number of the tracks are overblown with "filler" for want of a better word. Still worth a listen though
Been top of my playlist for centuries. Opening track - BURN - Ian Paice at his absolute best - when I go through the final curtains he's going to be drumming frenetically at full...Read more
Had this on vinyl years ago. Superb to hear it again . A band with such energy & ability playing brilliantly especially Glenn Hughes on bass
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