A live performance of the 1972 Danish Copenhagen performance by Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, and Ian Paice's Deep Purple Golden Age lineup is now available! Limited edition of the Japanese edition with the latest digital remastering of the sound source in Japan in 2016! Don't miss the gorgeous bonus footage such as the 71st TV documentary!
The Danish Copenhagen performance by the MK-II lineup, which has been particularly acclaimed in Deep Purple's long career, was released on March 1, 1972 in their masterpiece album "Machine Head" (March 1972). It is also very valuable in the sense that you can listen to the last performance. Of course, the album was almost completed at the end of the previous year, and the three songs "Highway Star," "Lazy," and "Space Truckin'" were featured on the stage here, and they are performing overwhelmingly.
The feature is that the quality of both audio and video has been improved by the latest digital remastering. Includes "Strange Kind of Woman," "Smoke on the Water," and "Space Truckin'" from the May 29, 1973 performance in New York.
In addition, the TV documentary video "Deep Purple & The Music Revolution" (monochrome for about 11 minutes), which was broadcast in Switzerland in 1971, was recorded for the first time. It consists of live excerpts from the Montreux performance and interviews with members and fans, and is literally very valuable as a documentary.
The bonus CD also includes an interview when he appeared on a radio program in Australia in 1971.
An item that approaches the charm of Deep Purple from multiple perspectives!
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