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In Concert 1972 by Deep Purple

In Concert 1972
Vinyl LP + 7" Single - 2 LPs Sealed

In Concert 1972
by Deep Purple

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40th Anniversary Edition - 2LPs with Bonus 7" Single!

Features a new 2012 mix from the original 8 track tapes with the original set list in its correct order for the first time. Recorded at the BBC’s Paris Theatre, London on 9th March 1972, it was remixed at Abbey Road Studios, and features new artwork and photographs by Barry Plummer taken at the concert itself.

Because of the duration of the concert and issues with sound quality in relation to the length of audio on sides of LPs, the encore “Lucille” is featured on the A-side of a 33 1/3 purple vinyl 7” housed in a Purple Records house bag. The B-side features an exclusive and previously unreleased version of the live rarity “Maybe I’m A Leo” recorded at the soundcheck for the Paris Theatre show.

1. Introduction
2. Highway Star
3. Strange Kind of Woman
4. Maybe I'm a Leo
5. Smoke On the Water

1. Never Before
2. Lazy
3. Space Truckin'

1. Lucille
2. Maybe I'm a Leo (Soundcheck)

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