Deep Purple - Made In Europe
Deep Purple - Made In Europe
Deep Purple - Made In Europe
Deep Purple - Made In Europe
Deep Purple - Made In Europe
Deep Purple - Made In Europe

Deep Purple - Made In Europe

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David Coverdale, vocals

Richie Blackmore, lead guitar

Glenn Hughes, bass guitar, vocals

Jon Lord, Hammond organ, keyboards

Ian Paice, drums


1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”



Record Press : Rhino Entertainment Company

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Purple Records

Recorded in Graz in Austria on the 4th April 1975, Saarbrucken in Germany on 5th April 1975, Paris in France on the 7th April 1975, from "Rolling Stones" mobile truck by Ian Paice, Martin Birch

Produced by Deep Purple, Martin Birch

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1976

Reissued in 2011



Side A :

  1. Burn
  2. Mistreated
  3. Lady Double Dealer


Side B :

  1. You Fool No One
  2. Stormbringer


Reviews :

"This live recording, made in 1975, comes from Ritchie Blackmore's last three concerts with the band before leaving to form Rainbow. It features Deep Purple Mark III, with David Coverdale on vocals and Glenn Hughes on bass and vocals. Coverdale is a convincing hard rock singer, though he lacks the winning quirkiness of Ian Gillan, while Hughes is a busier and more up-front player than Roger Glover. While "Burn" and "Mistreated" are worthy successors to previous Deep Purple tunes, the remaining material is weaker, and overall, this stuff is definitely a couple of notches below the glory days of Made in Japan. But Blackmore, for his swan song, still manages to inject a good deal of excitement, and his invention and fire raise the proceedings up somewhat." AllMusic Review by Stephen Raiteri


Ratings :

AllMusic : 2,5 / 5 , Discogs : 4,06 / 5

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