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Deep Purple: Live In Japan Complete. (Darker Than Blue :: Darker Than Blue 044/045/046/047/048/049)
Recorded Live at Festival Hall + Budokan , Osaka + Tokyo , Japan - August 15, 16 and 17, 1972.
Ex-/VG+ Audience Recordings :: Silver CDs :: MP3 CBR 320 kbps & FLAC.

Disc 1
01. Highway Star
02. Smoke On The Water
03. Child In Time
04. The Mule
05. Strange Kind Of Woman

Disc 2
01. Lazy
02. Space Truckin'
03. Black Night
04. Speed King

Disc 3
01. Highway Star
02. Smoke On The Water
03. Child In Time
04. The Mule
05. Strange Kind Of Woman

Disc 4
01. Lazy
02. Space Truckin'
03. Black Night
04. Lucille

Disc 5
01. Highway Star
02. Smoke On The Water
03. Child In Time
04. The Mule
05. Strange Kind Of Woman

Disc 6
01. Lazy
02. Space Truckin'
03. Black Night
04. Speed King

Files: 27. :: Size: 686.75 MB (mp3) | 1.67 GB (flac).
Total Time: 05:00:11 hour/s.


*** First tour of Japan ***

Personnel: Ritchie Blackmore – lead guitar, Ian Gillan – vocals, harmonica, percussion, Roger Glover – bass guitar, Jon Lord – organ, keyboards, electric piano, Ian Paice – drums, percussion.

Notes: Deep Purple’s legendary three concerts in Japan on their first visit to the far east were all professionally recorded and have been available for thirty years. The 2LP set Live In Japan, originally for the Japanese market only but gained world-wide release, is considered by some to be the best live album of any band to emerge from the seventies. Released just in time for the Christmas season, it edited together songs from all three nights. In 1993 a more complete, three compact disc version was released which devoted one disc for each show. Given the limitations of space each show is still incomplete. Two tracks, “Lazy” from the August 17th Tokyo show and “Black Night” from the August 16th Osaka tape appear on the 2002 six disc release Listen, Learn, Read On. The second track is important since it was previously unreleased.

Live In Japan Complete collects three good audience recordings and offers the most complete versions of these concerts spread over six cds. Not all of these sources offer the best sound quality, but they are all listenable. These three dates are the first Deep Purple played in the far east and account for the entire tour. The playing in these shows are one of the highlights of the Mark II line up and are an amazing contrast to their second tour of Japan almost a year later, which would be the last ones with Ian Gillan and Roger Glover. Those concerts would have almost identical set lists but the tension within the band is obvious, especially in the final show in Osaka on June 29th, 1973 and documented on Darker Than Blue’s “The End” (Darker Than Blue 031/32)
.<-(Info taken from Collectors Music Reviews).


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