Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Deep Purple - Fireball (1971) (Vinyl 1st Press)

Year: 1971 (LP 1971, 1st Press)
Label: Harvest Records, EMI Records (UK), SHVL 793
Style: Hard Rock
Country: UK
Time: 40:17
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1
Size: 261 Mb

Most of the band does not consider the album a classic, although it is one of Ian Gillan's favourites. He stated in a 1974 interview: "The reason I liked that so much was because I thought, from a writing point of view, it was really the beginning of tremendous possibilities of expression. And some of the tracks on that album are really, really inventive." However, Gillan also said that the inclusion of "Anyone's Daughter" on the album was "A good bit of fun, but a mistake." (Wikipedia)
Matrix - SideA: SHVL 793A-2U PEK, SideB: SHVL 793A-3U

01. A1 Fireball (03:23)
02. A2 No No No (06:52)
03. A3 Demon's Eye (05:19)
04. A4 Anyone's Daughter (04:41)
05. B1 The Mule (05:19)
06. B2 Fools (08:16)
07. B3 No One Came (06:24)

Prelistening Deep Purple - Fireball 1971 Vinyl Full Album: Dailymotion