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Live In London 1974

August 16, 2011 | Format: MP3

$17.99
Song Title
Time
Popularity  
30
1
7:46
30
2
5:17
30
3
5:29
30
4
15:28
30
5
9:14
Disc 2
30
1
20:23
30
2
31:03
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: August 16, 2011
  • Release Date: August 16, 2011
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Eagle Rock (US)
  • Copyright: (C) 2007 he copyright in this sound recording is owned by Deep Purple (Overseas) Ltd. under exclusive license to Eagle Rock Entertainment, Ltd.
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  • Total Length: 1:34:40
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  • ASIN: B005I0C5M8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,793 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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By Erick Bertin on February 21, 2008
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Alright folks, this is it: after almost 6 months of agonizing wait, I finally got my hands on this CD, and I must say that I'm enjoying every second of it (I'm listening to it as I write this review). When most people think of Deep Purple, they automatically think of the Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Paice and Jon Lord Mk II lineup. Other lineups are often overlooked regardless of the fact that they have produced some great music. Did it have the same impact as the Mk II output? Maybe not, but music should not be judged by record sales, or even airplay on classic rock radio.

Why do I bring this up? Because there are quite a few people out there who believe that there is an excess of live albums by Deep Purple, and more specifically, from the Mk III lineup that included David Coverdale (lead vocals) and Glenn Hughes (bass, vocals) replacing Gillan and Glover respectively. So, I've heard and seen quite a few comments saying that releases such as this one are "redundant" or "pointless". I disagree: first, `cos live albums are a different entity, totally different from studio albums re-releases and/or compilations; second, because no 2 concerts from Deep Purple were EVER alike; and third `cos while it might be true that there are several Mk III live releases already available, none of them managed to fully capture the fire of one of their shows. For the sake of thoroughness, lets briefly examine each and every one of those releases, shall we?

- Live at the California Jam: probably the most (in)famous of them all, in no small part due to the almost legendary status of that show, which saw the band co-headline the event with EL&P, playing in front of a few hundred thousand people and being televised to a few million more (just a few...).
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The previous customer is incorrect, SPACE TRUCKIN' from this concert was NOT previously issued.

This is a London show at Kilburn, prior to and NOT the Cal Jam 1974 concert, which may be confusing him.

Anyway, the booklet is incredibly informative, the sound of the remaster is awesome, and now we have a 31-minute version of Space Truckin' from the only British tour the MK III line-up ever did.

HIGHLY recommended.
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Alright folks, this is it: after almost 6 months of agonizing wait, I finally got my hands on this CD, and I must say that I'm enjoying every second of it (I'm listening to it as I write this review). When most people think of Deep Purple, they automatically think of the Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Paice and Jon Lord Mk II lineup. Other lineups are often overlooked regardless of the fact that they have produced some great music. Did it have the same impact as the Mk II output? Maybe not, but music should not be judged by record sales, or even airplay on classic rock radio.

Why do I bring this up? Because there are quite a few people out there who believe that there is an excess of live albums by Deep Purple, and more specifically, from the Mk III lineup that included David Coverdale (lead vocals) and Glenn Hughes (bass, vocals) replacing Gillan and Glover respectively. So, I've heard and seen quite a few comments saying that releases such as this one are "redundant" or "pointless". I disagree: first, `cos live albums are a different entity, totally different from studio albums re-releases and/or compilations; second, because no 2 concerts from Deep Purple were EVER alike; and third `cos while it might be true that there are several Mk III live releases already available, none of them managed to fully capture the fire of one of their shows. For the sake of thoroughness, lets briefly examine each and every one of those releases, shall we?

- Live at the California Jam: probably the most (in)famous of them all, in no small part due to the almost legendary status of that show, which saw the band co-headline the event with EL&P, playing in front of a few hundred thousand people and being televised to a few million more (just a few...).
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There is no other way to say it: "California Jam" is great for the VISUAL side of things, "Made In Europe" is kind of lacklustre, and the MK III Final Concerts is very good, but this is THE best representation of MK III (at least live) ever! Ritchie Blackmore plays like a monster on this release (especially his three solos on "You Fool No One": the regular solo spot, the manic solo spot, and the blues section especially). Glenn Hughes is awesome on "Lay Down, Stay Down", while David Coverdale excels on "Might Just Take Your Life". Actually, the whole release is amazing. Get this one asap!!!!!!!!!!
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I have been looking at this live in London 1974 2 disc set for a while and had it on my wish list.i have to say its a great live album from the 70s.i went to the California jam in 1974 and have the dvd and cd box set of the 1974 concert.it was the tour of there new album BURN. it was a great concert..the London concert was the same line up as the California jam and both sounds great.i love the 30 minutes space truckin on the London cd.this is a cd I will listen to often. if you like deep purple this is a cd you got to have.
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