7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Rebooted & expanded,
This review is from: Deepest Purple: The Very Best Of Deep Purple [30th Anniversary Edition] (Audio CD)
Nice additional tracks with MK1's Hush being a no brainer.
A shame the savage edit of 'You Keep On Moving' was chosen as opposed to the full album version.
No 'Mistreated' which was DC's calling card for many years.
I would have added 'Gettin' Tighter' to give Glenn Hughes' pipes
some decent representation in the Purple story.
Can't quibble at 'Soldier of Fortune',totally essential.
Mr Lord gets sniffy at Mr Coverdale lyrical prowess on the bonus dvd
which itself is a handy round up of mostly prime-time Purple promos at a bargin price.
Some new to me like 'Child In Time' with supposed Eastern(?)European people
cut in over the Doin' Their Thing visual but with the studio cut as the audio.
'Burn' is the Cal Jam footage(VHS version I believe)which is noteable highlight
because the Hits & History DVD Set didn't
feature this essential footage.
Original studio single edit of 'You Keep On Moving' audio dubbed over the Rises Over Japan footage.
Great value for money.Simon F