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Thursday, March 14, 2019

E G A E G B-A E G A G E 6x



 During last night's commute I was scrolling through the Rock channels on SiriusXM

 and this song came on.   Obviously, it was way over played back in the day.

Wel, It's been a while since I heard it so I turned it up and sang a long. 

Ah yes, the good ol' days.

Last night I found this version on the youtubes with a great intro by Ritchie Blackmore:

16 October 1993 in Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle in Stuttgart, Germany
















6 comments:

  1. Got to see them at the Astoria Finsbury Park in London. I still talk about the electric mandolin solo

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  2. Before I looked up the lyrics, I could've sworn I heard them singing about "Slow coastin' Walter...Pirate in disguise." I may need a new radio in my truck...

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  5. Back in 1972 Deep Purple briefly held the Guinness Book of World Records title as the world's loudest rock band when they hit 117 dB at London's Rainbow Room and 3 people of the 3000 in attendance passed out !

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  6. First album I ever bought was Deep Purple's "Machine Head." I was a freshman in high school.

    Even better, tonight I paused Herbie Hancock's 1964 "Empyrean Isles" that was playing on the big system to listen to you Deep Purple cut on the office system. The system is a Marantz 2240b receiver that was made in 1974. Somehow this is all very fitting.

    Thanks. For an encore I think "Space Trucking" is in order...

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