Lazy - Deep Purple - In Concert (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. released in - deep purple { ritchie blackmore - ian gillian - jon lord - ian paice - roger glover } - deep purple in concert - 12" vinyl record - 2 lp set that was released in ireland on the purple records label - pd /1 - the first record was recorded in early for the bbc's in concert series - the 2nd record was recorded at the bbc in - total time of both records is End date: Jun 23,
  2. The album will be released as a two-disc collection, a three-LP colored-vinyl package and via the usual digital outlets. Last time Deep Purple toured the U.S. was in on a co-headlining run.
  3. Find Deep Purple discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Deep Purple discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs DVDs & Videos Others All. Year Album In Concert with the London Symphony Orchestra: Spitfire Records
  4. The album is a double CD set of over 2 hours of Deep Purple mk 2 in concert from BBC radio broadcasts in four months before their 'breakthrough' album 'In Rock'. The second album was also a BBC broadcast, now of course Deep Purple were one of rock biggest acts. Both as you expect of radio broadcasts are of very high quality/5(9).
  5. Listen online to Deep Purple - Lazy and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists.
  6. Lazy is a song by British hard rock band Deep Purple from their album Machine Head, a live performance of the song can be found on the album Made in Japan, released later the same year. Guitar solo was ranked number 74 on Guitar World's " Greatest Guitar Solos".
  7. DEEP PURPLE: In Concert '72 (2 lp + 7") Formed in as a progressive rock band, Deep Purple changed their sound in and became one of the true pioneers of heavy metal and modern hard rock, considered part of the “unholy trinity” of the genres along with Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath.
  8. “Lazy” is the sixth track off of Deep Purple’s sixth studio album Machine Head.. The song begins with Jon Lord’s shrieking overdriven Hammond organ, playing in a blues-based scale.

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