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Deep Purple - BBC Stew album flac Performer: Deep Purple
Title: BBC Stew
Style: Hard Rock
Released: 1996
MP3 album: 1209 mb
FLAC album: 1578 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: AHX MP4 XM MP1 ASF WMA VQF
Genre: Rock

BBC Sessions 1968–1970 is a 2011 live compilation album featuring performances by the British hard rock band Deep Purple that were recorded at the BBC's Maida Vale Studios, London, and originally broadcast on various BBC Radio shows from 1968 through 1970. BBC Sessions 1968–1970 is a two-disc set collecting all the surviving sessions in the BBC archives. All songs written by Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice except where noted. indicates previously unreleased material.

Deep Purple - BBC Sessions 1968-70. good sound this one!" (Chris Grant, c/o Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae, BBC Radio 1, July 1969). Deep Purple's first ever BBC session was recorded on 18 June 1968 for John Peel's "Top Gear" show. And it is here in its entirety, thought lost then rediscovered in 2010. It fully justifies the conclusion of the BBC's production panel at the time; "Polished commercial group. All of the five tracks were added to the 2000 Mk1 album reissues, but sound much more at home in this context. Hey Boppa Be Bop" (a prototype of "The Painter") is all choppy guitar and improv lyrics, and sports a guitar solo which I must admit hadn't really hit home during its previous life as a bonus track. Hey Joe", "Wring That Neck", and "Emmaretta" are all improvements on their album and single versions, while "It's All Over" first appeared on the "Book Of Taliesyn" CD reissue.

Deep Purple are remembered by most folks as the Ian Gillan-fronted hard rock band that recorded the iconic "Smoke on the Water," but as is the case with most recording artists, there's a whole lot more to the story, and in this case, the preamble part of Deep Purple's career might arguably actually be more exciting and interesting.

Deep Purple (Deep Purple album). Deep Purple, also referred to as Deep Purple III, is the third studio album by the English rock band Deep Purple, released in June 1969 on Tetragrammaton Records in the United States and only in September 1969 on Harvest Records in the United Kingdom. Its release was preceded by the single "Emmaretta" and by a long tour in the UK, whose dates were interspersed between the album's recording sessions.

Deep Purple - Jam Stew 05. Deep Purple - Hard Lovin' Man 06. Deep Purple - Bloodsucker 07.

Album, 21 Июнь 1969, Polydor, EMI Records, Harvest Records. 14. Jaw Stew (Unreleased Instrumental). 15. Studio Chat (4). 00:40. 16. Flight of the Rat (Roger Glover Remix).

Jam Stew (Aka John Stew) - 03:56 Mike Harding's Sounds Of The Seventies April 1970 05. Hard Lovin' Man - 04:13 06. Bloodsucker - 03:15 0.


1 Intro
2 Interview / Hey Joe
3 Hey Boppa Re Bop
4 Emmaretta
5 The Bird Has Flow
6 Ricochet
7 Speed King
8 John Stew
9 Hard Loving Man
10 Blood Sucker
11 Living Wreck
12 Into The Fire
13 Black Night
14 Black Night (II)
15 Glabspatter
16 Child In Time
17 Strange Kind Of Woman