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Being a foolish young man, caught between hard rock and the glow of punk, I rejected these albums on release. A mate of mine did own 'Clear Air Turbulence' and I listened to it a few times but I wasn't feeling it. Anyway, unbelievably, I returned to 'Child In Time', 'Clear Air' and 'Scarabus' the other day and I have to say that all three are fabulous. Is 'Clear Air' the best of all the DP 'solo' albums? [sign in to see URL] I'm a massive fan of 'Rainbow Rising'. I'm certainly thinking that Ian should have continued with the jazz rock approach. Also, his vocals are superb.

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These are good albums, very well produced, but I think his most solid album outside Purple is "Glory Road", though vocally I think "Magic" was the peak.
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These are good albums, very well produced, but I think his most solid album outside Purple is "Glory Road", though vocally I think "Magic" was the peak.



I'll have to investigate. Cheers.



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I like the IGB albums a lot. Can't really say which one is my favourite.

My favourite IG album outside DP is Mr. Universe. It's a real hard rock classic.

Both bands were excellent!
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IGB albums are great and they aged very well too!
Child in time remains my fav followed by the more rockin' Scarabus.

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Anyone know if =sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1329876680&sr=1-1]Before The Turbulence are the original Clear Air Turbulence studio recordings before IGB redid the whole album?
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Anyone know if =sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1329876680&sr=1-1]Before The Turbulence are the original Clear Air Turbulence studio recordings before IGB redid the whole album?



Thanks for the scoop, Ovader, I didn't know there was such an album due!

Did a bit of Googling:

Company Page: Mausoleum Records

]Tracklisting (as in CdOn)
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Anyone know if =sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1329876680&sr=1-1]Before The Turbulence are the original Clear Air Turbulence studio recordings before IGB redid the whole album?



Didn't know the IGB redid CAT.
Are those some kind of rough mixes or complete different recordings?



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Aren't [sign in to see URL] ashamed of their spelling????

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Didn't know the IGB redid CAT.
Are those some kind of rough mixes or complete different recordings?

I was going by the information in my 1988 Deep Purple Discography Volume 2 which states it was re-recorded but the Mausoleum Records link and the DPAS IGB Family Tree both state a remix so I assume the 1988 info was incorrect and has since been properly corrected as illustrated in the latter two sources.

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