Deep Purple - Who do wethink we are album
Who Do We Think We Are. Лицензиар. WMG, UMG (от лица компании "Rhino Warner"); ASCAP, EMI Music Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, CMRRA, LatinAutor - SonyATV, UBEM, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (2).
Who Do We Think We Are is the seventh studio album by the English hard rock band Deep Purple, released in 1973. It was Deep Purple's last album with singer Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover until Perfect Strangers came out in 1984. Musically, the record showed a move to a more blues based sound, even featuring scat singing.
Who Do We Think We Are. WMG, UMG (от лица компании "Rhino Warner"); LatinAutor - SonyATV, EMI Music Publishing, ASCAP, LatinAutor, UBEM, SOLAR Music Rights Management, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (2).
Deep Purple Who Do We Think We Are 1973. DEEP PURPLE - Who Do We Think We Are (1973) - 01.
Deep Purple LP, Who Do We Think We Are?. Watners stereo vinyl LP release. Cover has moderate wear. Original 1973 deep purple who do we think we are german import lp with insert. Whether you win 1 Lp or All Of Them! Insert. Spring Green, WI 53588. DEEP PURPLE Who Do We Think We Are EX 1st press green Warner Bros LP psych prog. Original Green Label gatefold pressing . This album is in very good plus condition. The vinyl is shiny and bright with a couple of light spindle marks. The cover is in very good plus condition.
Band Name Deep Purple. Album Name Who Do We Think We Are. Type Album. Released date March 1973. Labels EMI Records Purple Records. Music StyleHard-Rock. Members owning this album36. Re-Issue In 2000 By EMI Records With 7 Bonus tracks.
Studio Album, released in 1973. Songs, Tracks Listing. 1. Woman From Tokyo (5:48) 2. Mary Long (4:23) 3. Super Trouper (2:54) 4. Smooth Dancer (4:08) 5. Rat Bat Blue (5:23) 6. Place In Line (6:29) 7. Our Lady (5:12).
Deep Purple: A Retrospective. Episode VIII: Who Do We Think We Are! Mark II Deep Purple had always been ridden with internal issues between its band members, and a climax was inevitable. Made in Japan may have benefited from the ongoing rivalry, causing unmatched and intense duels pushing out everyone’s best, but when the band returned to the studio to record their next studio album, things were different.