Deep Purple - Made In Japan (4CD Super Deluxe Edition) (2014)
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Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. It probably took me a couple years before I really appreciated what was being fed to me with this record; before I knew what it took to make a great live record. Seeing that it clocks in nearly an hour and twenty minutes, yet only contains seven tracks is some kind of magic that few could pull off, and this all lies in the ability to stretch out songs to the longest extent, yet not go dry. For starters, I couldn't have picked a better setlist for this, unless there was room to add more; and the performance is spectacular! Take my favorite song by them, "Strange Kind Of Woman", and make that thirty second solo that's tacked onto the end and add three minutes to it. Pretty impressive right?
Made in Japan (Deep Purple-album)
Despite this, for many years only very poor quality bootleg copies from an obscure Japanese VHS release circulated among fans and collectors. Finally, after over 36 years the concert was restored from the original 31 minute print and released as a bonus feature on the " Deep Purple: Phoenix Rising " Blu-ray Disc in , complete with the original stereo sound mix and a new 5. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Deep Purple.
May 16, by Paul Sinclair tags: s , Deep Purple. Three CDs contains the full show from each night newly remixed with a fourth collecting together all the encores. A DVD with minute documentary and unseen live footage is also included. The optical discs are housed within the inside front and rear covers of a very glossy page hardcover book , which has a very readable essay from Malcolm Dome, some notes on the remixing from Martin Pullan and plenty of quotes from famous people falling over themselves to say how inspirational Made In Japan was for them. A heavyweight seven-inch single is a replica of a Japanese promo and the inclusion of a replica Japanese Tour Programme from the time is a very nice touch.