Deep Purple - BBC Sessions 1968-1970 180g Vinyl Box Set

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  • Sold Date: Jun 29,2012
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Deluxe Packaging:
x2 CD & x2 LP, x180g heavy weight both in individual card sleeves
24page 12” x 12” booklet – Packed with rare and unseen photographs & newly commissioned liner notes by Simon Robinson from the Deep Purple Official fanclub.
CD 1 consists of the surviving BBC radio sessions of the Mark 1 Deep Purple line-up that consisted of:
Rod Evans - vocals
Jon Lord – Hammond Organ/Piano
Ritchie Blackmore
Nick Simper – bass
Ian Paice – Drums
CD 2 consists of the surviving BBC radio sessions of the classic Mark 2 line-up that consisted of:
Ian Gillan - vocals
Jon Lord – Hammond Organ/Piano
Ritchie Blackmore - guitar
Roger Glover – bass
Ian Paice – Drums
All recordings have been digitally remastered by Peter Mew at Abbey Road Studios, London specifically for this set. A number of tracks have previously appeared in poor quality on bootlegs over the years.
LP 1
Side 1
1. Hush (Version One) [BBC Top Gear Session]
2. One More Rainy Day (BBC Top Gear Session)
3. Help! (BBC Top Gear Session)
4. And The Address (BBC Dave Symonds Show Session)
5. Hey Bop A Re Bop (BBC Top Gear Session)
6. Emmaretta (BBC Top Gear Session)
7. Wring That Neck (BBC Top Gear Session)
Side 2
1. Hey Joe (BBC Top Gear Session)
2. It's All Over (BBC Top Gear Session)
3. The Painter (Version One) [BBC Sounds Like Tony Brandon Show Session]
4. Lalena (BBC Sounds Like Tony Brandon Show Session)
5. The Painter (Version Two) [BBC Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae Session]
6. I'm So Glad (BBC Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae Session)
7. Hush (Version Four) [BBC Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae Session]
LP 2
Side 1
1. Ricochet (BBC Symonds On Sunday Show Session)
2. The Bird Has Flown (BBC Symonds On Sunday Show Session)
3. Speed King (BBC Stuart Henry Noise At Nine Session)
4. Jam Stew (aka John Stew) [BBC Stuart Henry Noise At Nine Session]
5. Hard Lovin' Man (BBC Mike Harding's Sounds Of The Seventies Session)
6. Bloodsucker (BBC Mike Harding's Sounds Of The Seventies Session)
7. Living Wreck (Version Two) [BBC Mike Harding's Sounds Of The Seventies Session]
Side 2
1. Black Night (BBC Transcription Services Session)
2. Grabsplatter (BBC Transcription Services Session)
3. Into The Fire (BBC Transcription Services Session)
4. Child In Time (BBC Transcription Services Session)
CD 1
1. Hush (Version One) [BBC Top Gear Session]
2. One More Rainy Day (BBC Top Gear Session)
3. Help! (BBC Top Gear Session)
4. And The Address (BBC Dave Symonds Show Session)
5. Hey Bop A Re Bop (BBC Top Gear Session)
6. Emmaretta (BBC Top Gear Sessio...

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