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    • In Rock (1970) Galvanised by, and also resentful of, the popular perception of Jon Lord as Purple’s leader, Ritchie Blackmore comes alive here. No one was playing guitar with such speed and dexterity as the 60s switched into the 70s.
    • Machine Head (1972) This album was a turning point. Suddenly, belatedly, people began to realise that Messrs Gillan, Blackmore, Lord, Glover and Paice weren’t a Led Zeppelin or a Black Sabbath; neither were they the “pop” Purple of the late 60s.
    • Fireball (1971) Fireball is Ian Gillan’s No.1 album from Purple’s Mk II period: “We brought in the funk, the blues, the soul, the jazz and some of the psychedelic hangovers from our early days… Without it we would never have been able to make Machine Head.”
    • Burn (1974) To many people, only 24-carat Purple will do. As the late Jon Lord told this writer: “When Mk II split, Purple stopped. I know we carried on with David [Coverdale] and Glenn [Hughes] and then Tommy [Bolin], but it was never quite the same.”
  1. Aug 06, 2020 · Reviews Album Reviews. Deep Purple – ‘Whoosh!’ review: rockers’ 21st record is stupidly fun and outrageously silly.

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  2. Jul 27, 2020 · 9.3 Excellent. Deep Purple holds no punches on Whoosh!, and delivers an album full of energy, proving there’s still plenty of gas in their tank. While contemporaries like Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin choose to disband and focus on their members’ solo careers, Purple remains a tight and prolific unit, that simply refuses to quit.

    • Rodrigo Altaf
  3. Aug 07, 2020 · Deep Purple are the cover stars of the new issue of Classic Rock magazine, which is on sale now. In issue 278, we talk to Paice, Gillan, Roger Glover, Steve Morse and Don Airey about Whoosh!, life in and out of Purple then and now, and what lies ahead.

    • Neil Jeffries
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  5. Aug 07, 2020 · Review. Review Summary: Same recipe, less taste. Each one of Deep Purple’s last three albums involved some kind of innuendo regarding the legendary act’s future; something logical, considering its members’ age and the fact that this is the only remaining active band among the three who formed heavy metal. With all due respect, the boys ...

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