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 – Deep Purple. Label: Tetragrammaton Records – T-119. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo. Unipak sleeve; Embossed stamp on back cover " Not For Sale - Promotion Use Only"; White promo labels with blue logo and printed "Promotion Copy Not For Sale". Track A4 is listed as "Faultline" (one word) Track A5 is not numbered, no duration time Track A5 recorded live. Dave Travis initials "DT" etched in deadwax.
The following is the discography of Deep Purple, an English rock band. Formed in 1968 by Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Rod Evans, Ritchie Blackmore, and Nick Simper, Deep Purple released their debut album, Shades of Deep Purple, in July of that year. They have undergone many changes of personnel over the years, and today Ian Paice is the only member from the original line-up still with the band. The other members currently are Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Steve Morse and Don Airey.
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Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse said the band was going to record what will be its 21st studio album during 2019, and hinted at the possibility of . Their last LP was 2017’s Infinite, which had been speculated to be their final release because the associated tour was titled the Long Goodbye. Morse is also continuing work with prog band Flying Colors, he told Andertons Music Co. in a video interview at this year’s NAMM music convention in Anaheim, Calif. We’re starting two albums – one with Flying Colors and one with Deep Purple, he said. And I know there’s more Deep Purple.
TPSP 351 Deep Purple. Originally came with a special promotion sticker on the front cover – very hard to find these still intact. Label notes: THE GRAMOPHONE CO. LTD and MADE IN GT. BRITAIN on label. There are 2 label styles, the first one (as above) features the album title with brackets, thus: DEEP PURPLE (MADE IN JAPAN). The second version (below) has no brackets and also shows ridges in the label area and is a contract pressing by Decca Records to meet the high demand for this album at the time. Note also that the ‘MADE IN GT. BRITAIN’ wording is missing from this Decca pressed version.