Episode #253 – Rainbow – Live Between The Eyes (with Chris L from Pod of Thunder)

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    • No other credits, only a few Rainbow live releases.
  • Backing Vocals – Un Robinson*
    • Also known as Lin Robinson
    • Same Rainbow live releases, and two other credits

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    • Legendary rock photographer

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  1. Overture: Over The Rainbow
  2. Spotlight Kid
  3. Miss Mistreated
  4. It Can’t Happen Here
  5. Tearin’ Out My Heart
  6. All Night Long
  7. Stone Cold
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Episode #251 – Album Ranking: Shades of Deep Purple

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  • #4 – Help!
  • #3 – And The Address
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Episode #247 – Whitesnake – Live in Ludwigshafen, Germany (1983)

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  4. Don’t Break My Heart Again
  5. Here I Go Again
  6. Lovehunter
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  9. Soldier of Fortune
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  11. Before I Forget
  12. Burntwood
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Episode #219 – Deep Purple – Live at The Olympia ‘96 (Part 2)

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  • Darker Than Blue Issue 50  February 1998
    • http://www.deep-purple.net/DPASmags/dtb50/dtb50.html
    • DEEP PURPLE
      Live At The Olympia ’96. EMI : June 1997: 2xCD
    • Purple’s new double live CD – sorry “official bootleg” (Roger says the oxymoronic sticker was not their idea) but there were real problems over the UK release thanks to a cock-up on the price front. The official retail price was only a few pence short of £25 which seemed very off-putting to us. Apparently soon after the CD was issued, EMI sent all shops a letter telling them the price had been wrong, and it should actually sell for around £16. For anyone looking for a serious Purple collectors’ item, the artwork for the CD cover exists on a wall somewhere in New York – and was done by a schoolmate of Roger’s stepson. So, a cheap return air flight with hammer and bolster chisel in your hand luggage!
    • It doesn’t seem that long since we were bending our ears to the last (official and current) Deep Purple live offering – namely COME HELL OR HIGH WATER. Yet almost three years mark the gap between that set (issued in November ’94) and this latest title. As for the recording itself, well all I can say is I hope they didn’t pay a lot for it! The overall effect is a little messy, poorly balanced and lacking in clout. COME HELL grabbed you by the parts as it powered out of the speakers; this one kind of begs you to crawl inside the cabinets and have a peek around to see where the sound has gone to. In the past, Purple live sets have always set out their stall right from the opening couple of bars. Here, instruments seem to be unsure of just where they ought to be. I guess some of this could be down to recreating the unusual on-stage set-up, but if so it doesn’t really work. The drum sound is at times weedy, with lots of irritating cymbal noise being little compensation; the guitar is not too easy to hear, and the keyboards (as on the nights we saw them) are buried except during solos. Ian Gillan is simply pitched somewhere in the middle of all this, and sounds like he’s been dubbed on afterwards, while the bass is lacks definition. Perhaps the recordings were poor, maybe it was mixed hastily – oh well; as with many bootlegs, ears adjust to the ambient sound pretty quickly and to be fair, it does get better as the set progresses. I suppose were we reviewing an actual bootleg, everyone would be raving about it, shoving one another aside to be first at the dealer’s table.
    • The final section in PICTURES OF HOME is particularly exciting, with Morse fixed in a wall of Purple sound, before they descend into BLACK NIGHT, and parody comes dangerously close. CASCADES is more like it, a strong chugging sound, and then the much vaunted brass section blasting away in the background. I’m sure like many I’d wondered just what this would sound like, but it’s far from intrusive, being more of a bright seventies brass effect than any attempt at following the tune. Lordy is playing incredibly quickly here and the whole show has just gone up a notch or two. NO ONE CAME is similarly imbued with a real syncopated spark, and what with the jazzy touches of brass, it’s just a brilliant rendition – and in retrospect one of the highlights of the CD for me. The sax players last for a curiously unsatisfying PURPENDICULAR WALTZ and then troop off (“where did they comes from” questions Ian to nobody in particular). If this CD does one thing, it disproves the theory that one Purple gig is going to be just like another Purple gig without the man in black. This show has different peaks from many of those I saw, and a different feel as well. I’m sure overall it’s not as good as a couple of gigs we witnessed, but this is the problem if you go for a one-concert recording – and only tape one flipping show.
  • Review by our friend Glen Miller
    • https://www.allmusic.com/album/live-at-the-olympia-96-mw0000464277
    • As a present to their fans, particularly the ones on the Internet, the band decided to put out another live album — such live releases now tallying in double figures, unprecedented for any rock band. Unedited, undubbed and with a three-piece horn section blowing in on four tunes at the Olympia in Paris, Deep Purple are in their best habitat — exhibiting raw power, free-for-all jamming and charging into the new numbers culled from Purpendicular. Reinvigorating the classics, namely “Smoke On the Water,” “Speed King” and “Highway Star,” the veterans still prove they can mess with the best on stage.

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Episode #215 – Rainbow – Live in Munich 1977 (Part 2)

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      • Hearing JLT with ‘Riot in the Dungeon’. Reminded me lyrically of ‘Fire in the Basement’ on Slaves and Masters. He certainly likes his “Activity Downstairs” double-entendre theme. Any others?
      • Some new song title ideas for JLT: Stirrings in the Cellar Violence in the Vault Rumblings in the Submarine One in the style of Gillan: Rhapsody of the Regions And if David Coverdale wrote one of these style songs: My Massive Exploding Cock and Balls
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    Interview with Ritchie on events leading to this show: Whole Lotta Talk – Interviews that rock! Ritchie Blackmore & Candice Night / BLACKMORE’S NIGHT

    Album Tracks:

    1. Introduction – 1:44
    2. Kill the King – 4:42
    3. Mistreated – 11:49
    4. Sixteenth Century Greensleeves – 8:52
    5. Catch the Rainbow – 18:14
    6. Long Live Rock ‘n’ Roll – 8:04
    7. Man on the Silver Mountain – 16:25
    8. Still I’m Sad – 27:33
    9. Do You Close Your Eyes – 15:40

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    Episode #212 – Rainbow – Live in Munich 1977 (Part 1)

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    Interview with Ritchie on events leading to this show: Whole Lotta Talk – Interviews that rock! Ritchie Blackmore & Candice Night / BLACKMORE’S NIGHT

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    2. Kill the King – 4:42
    3. Mistreated – 11:49
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    Episode 195 – Deep Purple – Live with Joe Satriani (Saarbrücken, 1994) – Part 1

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    Deep Purple – Live in Saarbrucken 1994

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saarlandhalle

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    Episode #156 – Deep Purple – On The Wings Of A Russian Foxbat

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    Lead up to the Album:

    • This recording is approximately two weeks before the final show the band would play which lead to the breakup.  For 8 years there would be no (official, anyway) Deep Purple.
    • Coverdale met with management after Blackmore’s departure and suggested they change their name.  His ideas: Good Company, Purple, The Deeps.
    • The show we are about to hear was originally broadcast on the King Biscuit Flower Hour, the American radio show.  It appeared in numerous forms over the years and explains why the audio quality is so good.
    • The King Biscuit Flower Hour was a weekly show which had also featured pefromahnces by Black Sabbath, Genesis, Jhon Lenon, The Who, The Stones, Elton John, etc.
    • Fans of the show called it “The Biscuit.”  It had debuted in February of 1973 and was named after a radio show from the 1920s which was sponsored by the King Buiscuit Flour Co.
    • The runners of the show recorded things a little differently.  A lot of other live radio shows would just take the mix off the sound board.  The King Biscuit Flower Hour multitrakced the cecordeing and let the artists take the tapes to mix any way they’d like.
    • They even used to have Quadrophonic recordings as they were sponsored by Pioneer who was trying to make that the standard int he industry.
    • The bootleg surfaced in America in 1977.  The bootleg became highly sought after due to its audio quality and the fine performance turned in by the band.  It soon became a legendary release.
    • In 1994 Deep Purple’s management acquired the tapes and put them out the following year as an official release.
    • Many people familiar with the many bootlegs feel this was one of the best shows on the US tour. This is quite possibly Mark 4 in their finest form.

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    • First version – bootleg in the 70s
    • “On The Wings of a Russian Foxbat” – Great Britain – 1995 Double CD
    • “King Biscuit Flower Hour” – US – 1995 2CD
    • “King Biscuit Flower Hour” – US – 1995 version 2 “In Concert” 2CD
    • “Live in California, Long Beach Arena, 1976” – Japan – 2003 release
    • “Live at Long Beach” – Remastered Great Britain – 2009
    • “Live at Long Beach” – Great Britain – 2009 Remastered limited edition digi-pak with bootleg art
    • “Long Beach 1976” – International – 2016 release
    • Photography used by Fin Costello in most releases.
    • And what about the name? “On the Wings of a Russian Foxbat.”  Simon Robinson writes:
      • So go on then uncle simon [sic], why ‘On The Wings Of A Russian Foxbat’? Well, when that bootleg first came out, the Cold War was still raging. The U.S. military had just got wind of a new Rooskie MIG jet fighter which was said to knock the socks off anything they currently flew at the time. One day a Russian pilot defected, flying into a Japanese airport in one of the planes – codenamed “Foxbat.” ‘Of course you can have it back” came the cry, just as soon as we measure every damn nut and bolt on it! Well, that’s roughly the story. It was nearly twenty years ago, so don’t quote me.

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    1. Burn
    2. Lady Luck
    3. Gettin’ Tighter
    4. Love Child
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    6. Lazy/Homeward Strut
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      2. Features Organ and Drum Solos

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    1. This Time Around
      1. It ends with “Owed to G” but never seems to be listed as such
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    • They would only play four more shows on their US tour (San Bernadino, CA, Tempe, AZ [listed as ‘Tempe, CA’ in the liner notes’], Salt Lake City, UT, and Denver, CO) before a brief UK tour of five shows ending with the show in Liverpool which would be their last.
    • The original plan was to leave them time off to work on various solo projects after the US tour but that didn’t happen.
    • Official releases featured additional tracks from a partially recorded show in Springfield, Massachusetts a month earlier on January 26, 1976.
    • Coverdale: “
    • Lord:” What you had here was an astonishingly good bass player, even stoned; one of the world’s great rock drummers; and a Hammon next to the name of Mr. Hammond. I know what I was doing, I was feeling very strong with my abilities at that time. Just those three – it couldn’t have been bad. But then you get Coverdale, who was really finding himself by this time. And Tommy, playing smashing stuff.  It’s not surprising that it sounds good. The only thing that held it back was that it was called Deep Purple. If it had been a new band . . . my God, it would’ve set the world on fire.”

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    Episode #136 – Turning to Crime (Originals Preview)

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      • Something I look forward to in my week
      • As an avid Purple fan and connoisseur of their extended family, this podcast is a treat for looking in depth about things I know about and introducing me to new wild bands and meeting of minds that I never would’ve even thought about. (Thought I could wait as long as it takes for the Hughes Turner Project episode to come around because I have no clue how that band was even conceived to be a good idea) But ramblings aside, the hosts are perfect in encapsulating that feeling of listening to a record you heard about for a while but could never find in your stores or just buying a new record and listening to it for the first time and I love that. On top of that THEY’RE HILARIOUS!!! My highlights are Nate’s story about the dog that had muffins fall on it and the James Gang song about being Norwegian. Keep up the god’s work you two are putting in, it’s so dearly appreciated.

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      • From the 1966 album “Da Capo.”
      • Prominent Ramones cover as well.
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      • From the 1959 Huey Smith & The Rhythm Aces album “Having a Good Time.”
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      • Single from 1969.
      • Fleetwood Mac single, included on later releases of “Then Play On.”
    4. “Jenny Take A Ride!” (Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels)
      • From the 1967 self-titled album by Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels.
    5. “Watching the River Flow” (Bob Dylan)
      • Bob Dylan single included on “Greatest Hits: Vol. II.”
    6. “Let the Good Times Roll” (Ray Charles & Quincy Jones)
      • From the 1959 album “The Genius of Ray Charles.”
    7. “Dixie Chicken” (Little Feat)
      • From the 1973 album “Dixie Chicken” by Little Feat.
    8. “Shapes of Things” (Yardbirds)
      • Single by The Yardbirds from 1966.

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    1. “The Battle of New Orleans” (Lonnie Donegan/Johnny Horton)
      • From the 1962 album by Lonnie Donegan, “A Golden Age of Donegan.”
    2.  “Lucifer” (Bob Seger System)
      • From the 1970 album “Mongrel” by Bob Seger System.
    3.  “White Room” (Cream)
      • From the 1968 Cream album “Wheels of Fire.”
    4. “Going Down” (Moloch)
      • From 1969 album “Moloch” by the band Moloch.
      • Also covered by Freddie King in 1971 and likely popularized by Jeff Beck in 1972
      • Mark 4 used to cover this live.
    5. “Green Onions” (Booker T. & The MG’s)
      • From the 1962 album “Green Onions” by Booker T. & The MG’s.
    6. “Hot ‘Lanta” (The Allman Brothers)
      • From the 1971 live album “Live at Fillmore East” by The Allman Brothers.
    7. “Dazed and Confused” (Led Zeppelin)
      • From Led Zeppelin’s self-titled debut album in 1969.
    8. “Gimme Some Lovin’ (Spencer Davis Group)
      • A single from 1966 by Spencer Davis Group.

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    Episode #133 – Deep Purple – Made in Europe


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    Lead up to the Album:

    • All titles recorded at:-
    • Graz in Austria on the 4th April 1975
    • Saarbrucken in Germany on 5th April 1975
    • Paris in France on the 7th April 1975
    • April 7 was Ritchie’s last show with the band until they reformed in 1984.
    • Ritchie’s last show with Mark 3 was on 
    • The Graz and Paris concerts have both been released in full since but the drum solo from the Graz concert is missing.
    • It’s said that there was a lot of editing and overdubbing of crowd noise for this album.  There’s a noticeable tape loop of applause which you can notice based on the whistling of a fan.
    • The album was not released until after the band broke up in October of 1976.
    • Much like Made in Japan the shows were recorded to be able to be released post breakup so they’d have something to be able to sell afterward in case there were no more studio albums.

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    Technical:

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    Album Art & Booklet Review

    • Design [Cover] – Cream (7)
      • Design company from Amsterdam known as The Cream Group
      • Worked with Snafu, Gentle Giant, Bay City Rollers, and we discussed them most recently working on Bobby Harrison’s album Funkist
      • Aldo designed cover for Sabotage
    • Design [Cover] – Phil Duffy (2)
      • Worked mostly with classical albums
    • Photography By – Fin Costello
    • Sleeve Notes – Geoff Barton
      • Founder of Kerrang! Magazine and had previously been an editor at Sounds
      • Did notes for many Deep Purple, Whitesnake releases as well as Meatloaf and Hughes/Thrall
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    • Sleeve Notes – Pete Makowski
    • The picture on the labels incorrectly displays Tommy Bolin instead of Ritchie Blackmore, who plays on this LP.

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