Although their now-classic album, Deep Purple in Rock wouldn't be released until the middle of the following year, a few of the album's eventual standouts are included as early versions, such as "Speed King" (one of the group's most intense compositions), and the epic "Child in Time. But like most live releases from Purple's MK II-MK IV lineups, several far-too-long jams are included - the chief culprits here being not one, but two tracks that stretch over the 20-minute mark each ("Wring That Neck" and "Mandrake Root").
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In Concert with The London Symphony Orchestra (also cited as In Concert with The London Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Paul Mann) is a live album and DVD by the British hard rock Deep Purple, recorded on 25–26 September 1999 at the Royal Albert Hall in London with the London Symphony Orchestra, and released on 8 February 2000 on Eagle Records
Deep Purple (Deep Purple album). Deep Purple, also referred to as Deep Purple III, is the third studio album by the English rock band Deep Purple, released in June 1969 on Tetragrammaton Records in the United States and only in September 1969 on Harvest Records in the United Kingdom. Its release was preceded by the single "Emmaretta" and by a long tour in the UK, whose dates were interspersed between the album's recording sessions.
Live in Montreux 69 is a live album by English rock band Deep Purple, recorded 4 October 1969 in Montreux, released in 2006. It was recorded in the Montreux Casino that burned down two years later. It featured some first performances of "Speed King" and "Child in Time", which were released on Deep Purple in Rock eight months later. The live version of "Kentucky Woman" is the only known surviving MkII performance of the song.