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Perfect Strangers - Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers (CD, Album)

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  1. Recorded in Melbourne, Australia in , Perfect Strangers Live is the only full-length concert film of the band at this time. The long-awaited reunion of the classic Deep Purple line-up Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, and Ian Paice, who re-united for the first time since , had recorded a brand new studio album Perfect Strangers, and subsequently headed out on tour.
  2. Jun 15,  · Perfect Strangers is the out-and-out classic on the album a great song with lovely guitar fills, good vocals and a Kashmir-style heavy stomp to the rhythm. Gypsy’s Kiss romps along like a lost cut from Rising – though in fairness Gillan’s more bluesy wail 4/5.
  3. Aug 06,  · Tribute to the band Deep Purple, Perfect Strangers. In my honor to Jon Lord, in addition to the intro, there is a solo at the end, all recorded only with native sounds and effects from the Tokai.
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  5. Oct 24,  · Deep purple perfect strangers. Comes with a coloured picture lyric inner. As featured on made in the am listen on spotify click to buy the album via itunes. Stamped on side 1 polh 16 a 2 sterling. Deep Purple Perfect Strangers Cd Discogs Deep Purple Perfect Strangers Full Album Free Music Streaming.
  6. Jul 16,  · Deep Purple: chemistry, magic, and the birth of Perfect Strangers By Geoff Barton (Classic Rock) 16 July We travel back in time to and talk to the reformed Deep Purple as the ready themselves to release comeback album Perfect Strangers.
  7. DEEP PURPLE "Perfect Strangers Live "(Eagle Vision) Highway Star Nobody's Home Strange Kind of Woman A Gypsy's Kiss Perfect Strangers .
  8. "Perfect Strangers" is a song by the British hard rock band Deep Purple. It is the title track of their comeback album Perfect Strangers. It is one of the few Deep Purple songs not to feature a guitar solo. Nevertheless, band guitarist Ritchie Blackmore has called it his favorite Deep Purple song.

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