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Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Deep Purple. Shades" was recorded May 11 - 13 1968 at Pye Studios, London. First released in USA on Tetragrammaton Records T 102 in July 1968 and in UK on Parlophone PMC 7055 Mono/PCS 7055 Stereo in September 1968.

Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Deep Purple. One More Rainy Day. Prelude: Happiness.

Shades of Deep Purple is the debut studio album by the English rock band Deep Purple, released in July 1968 on Tetragrammaton in the United States and in September 1968 on Parlophone in the United Kingdom

Shades of Deep Purple is the debut studio album by the English rock band Deep Purple, released in July 1968 on Tetragrammaton in the United States and in September 1968 on Parlophone in the United Kingdom.

Shades of Deep Purple, 1968. And the Address, 04:38. One More Rainy Day, 03:39. Prelude: Happiness, I'm So Glad, 07:19. Shadows (Album Out Take), 03:38.


Artist...............: Deep Purple
Album................: shades Of Deep Purple
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: Cd
Year.................: 1968
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy
Codec................: APE
Information..........: TntVillage
Covers...............: Front
Total Size...........: 254 Mb
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The usual perception of early Deep Purple is that it was a band with a lot of potential in search of a
direction. And that might be true of their debut LP, put together in three days of sessions in May of 1968,
but it's still a hell of an album. From the opening bars of "And the Address," it's clear that they'd
gotten down the fundamentals of heavy metal from day one, and at various points the electricity and the
beat just surge forth in ways that were startlingly new in the summer of 1968. Ritchie Blackmore never
sounded less at ease as a guitarist than he does on this album, and the sound mix doesn't exactly favor the
heavier side of his playing, but the rhythm section of Nick Simper and Ian Paice rumble forward, and Jon
Lord's organ flourishes, weaving classical riffs, and unexpected arabesques into "I'm So Glad," which
sounds rather majestic here. "Hush" was the number that most people knew at the time (it was a hit single
in America), and it is a smooth, crunchy interpretation of the Joe South song. But nobody could have been
disappointed with the rest of this record -- one can even hear the very distant origins of "Smoke on the
Water" in "Mandrake Root," once one gets past the similarities to Jimi Hendrix's "Foxy Lady"; by the song's
extended finale, they sound more like the Nice. Their version of "Help" is one of the more interesting
reinterpretations of a Beatles song, as a slow, rough-textured dirge. "Hey Joe" is a bit overblown, and the
group clearly had to work a bit at both songwriting and their presentation, but one key attribute that runs
through most of this record -- even more so than the very pronounced heaviness of the playing -- is a
spirit of fun; these guys are obviously having the time of their lives rushing through their limited
repertoire, and it's infectious to the listener; it gives this record much more of a '60s feel than we're
accustomed to hearing from this band. [The EMI/Spitfire re-release from 2000 is notably superior to any
prior version of the CD, made from the original master tape (which had been sent directly to the group's
American label, Tetragrammaton, leaving EMI with a vinyl dub, astonishingly enough), with textures far
closer and crisper than have ever been heard before -- there are also five bonus tracks, two very early
outtakes from their earliest sessions, an alternate version of "Help," a BBC recording of "Hey Joe," and a
searing live U.S. television performance of "Hush."]
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Tracklist
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01. And The Address
02. Hush
03. One More Rainy Day
04. a) Prelude; Happiness b) I'm So Glad
05. Mandrake Root
06. Help
07. Love Help Me
08. Hey Joe

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