40 Years Of Classic Rock, 1973 – 2013 Part Four – Deep Purple, ‘Who Do We Think We Are’ [VIDEOS]
The last of the Mark ll line-up, Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice for the seventh studio album, ‘Who Do We Think We Are.’
Thanks in part to their single, “Woman From Tokyo” Deep Purple was the best selling artist in the U.S. in 1973.
Deep Purple was an extroardinary band to witness in concert, great stage presence and lots of energy.
The album charted fairly well in the U.S., yet charted somewhat better in the U.K. at #4.
Original LP Track List:
- “Woman From Tokyo”
- “Mary Long”
- “Super Trouper”
- “Smooth Dancer”
- “Rat Bat Blue”
- “Place In Line”
- “Our Lady”
Released in the U.S. January 26th, 1973 and in the U.K. February, 1973.
Happy 40th anniversary as we revisit 1973 with some great landmark classic rock releases.
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Deep purple performing, ” Woman From Tokyo”:
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