Deep Purple ‎– Last Concert In Japan

Vendor: Purple Records
Released: 1977


8E 07260900 made in Portugal.

Vinyl EX. Cover VG.

When Ritchie Blackmore left Deep Purple in early 1975, many fans figured that the band was over. But with the arrival of worthy replacement Tommy Bolin, the band was suddenly back in business with the oft-overlooked Come Taste the Band release. What the prior members of Deep Purple didn't know, however, is that their new guitarist had a serious drug problem, which hampered his playing by the time the group landed in Japan for a series of shows in December of 1975.


A1 Burn
A2 Love Child
A3 You Keep Moving On
A4 Wild Dogs
B1 Lady Luck
B2 Smoke On The Water
B3 Soldier Of Fortune
B4 Woman From Tokyo
B5 Highway Star

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