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Re: "PURPLE PASSAGES" the Album; "Bird it Has Flown" the Song


This is the first Deep Purple album I ever bought back in 1973 and is the reason I became hooked on this great band! It was the strong Hammond sound that did it for me. When I finally was able to locate a copy of the third album a few years later, I did notice the difference on TBHF. I wish it was 1973 all over again!! (BTW, "And the Address" still kicks ass!).
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Re: "PURPLE PASSAGES" the Album; "Bird it Has Flown" the Song


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doggone wrote:
It was the strong Hammond sound that did it for me.


Oh boy!! Did you hear that? Did you hear that? He said it was the HAMMOND that did it for him!! emoticon
My faith in human kind has been restored to a respectable level!!

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doggone wrote:
(BTW, "And the Address" still kicks ass!).


YES IT MOST CERTAINLY DOES. It's a good top of the album "cooker" on "Shades of Deep Purple" for Ritchie Blackmore to air out his wares. And what a job he does!

Is that a piece of plumbing pipe that Ian Paice keeps banging on throughout that song? emoticon I've always had this image of IP setting up his drum kit by the kitchen sink when they recorded it!! emoticon

   

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