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Deep Purple (Rock): Stormbringer [Bonus Tracks]

Track List

>Stormbringer
>Love Don't Mean a Thing
>Holy Man
>Hold On
>Lady Double Dealer
>You Can't Do It Right
>High Ball Shooter
>Gypsy, The
>Soldier of Fortune
>Holy Man [Glenn Hughes Remix] - (remix)
>You Can't Do It Right [Glenn Hughes Remix] - (remix)
>Love Don't Mean a Thing [Glenn Hughes Remix] - (remix)
>Hold On [Glenn Hughes Remix] - (remix)
>High Ball Shooter [Instrumental]
>Stormbringer [Quadrophonic Mix] - (remix)
>Love Don't Mean a Thing [Quadrophonic Mix] - (remix)
>Holy Man [Quadrophonic Mix] - (remix)
>Hold On [Quadrophonic Mix] - (remix)
>Lady Double Dealer [Quadrophonic Mix] - (remix)
>You Can't Do It Right [Quadrophonic Mix] - (remix)
>High Ball Shooter [Quadrophonic Mix] - (remix)
>Gypsy [Quadrophonic Mix], The - (remix)
>Soldier of Fortune [Quadrophonic Mix] - (remix)

Album Reviews:

Kerrang (Magazine) (p.51) - "Compared to previous Deep Purple albums, 1974's STORMBRINGER struck out in a funkier and more soul-fueled direction..."

Mojo (Publisher) (p.120) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here is a lot to applaud on the album's original nine tracks -- most notably the menacing title track, the Free-styled 'Holy Man' and 'The Gypsy,' with Blackmore in masterly form."

Record Collector (magazine) (p.92) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Tracks such as 'Hold On' showcase peerless performances by the two singers, Hughes' soaring Stevie Wonder-influenced vocals perfectly complimenting Coverdale's richer tones."

Album Notes

Deep Purple: David Coverdale (vocals); Ritchie Blackmore (guitar); Jon Lord (keyboards); Glenn Hughes (bass, vocals); Ian Paice (drums).

Recorded at Musicland, Munich, Germany in August 1974.

Personnel: David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes (vocals); Ritchie Blackmore (guitar); Jon Lord (keyboards); Ian Paice (drums).

Audio Mixers: Ian Paice; Martin Birch.

Recording information: Musicland, Munich (08/1974).



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