Deep Purple - Who Do We Think We Are - Vinyl Record 12"
Who Do We Think We Are is the seventh studio album by the British band Deep Purple, released in 1973. It was Deep Purple's last album with singer Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover until Perfect Strangers came out in 1984. Musically, the record showed a move to a more blues based sound, even featuring scat singing. Although its production and the band's behavior after its release showed the group in turmoil, with frontman Gillan remarking that "we'd all had major illnesses" and felt considerable fatigue, the album was a commercial success. Deep Purple became the U.S.' top selling artist of the entire year. The album also featured the energetic hard rock single "Woman from Tokyo", which has been performed on several tours by the band over the years. Despite massive sales, the group disintegrated among much infighting between band members as well as conflicts with their managers. The album's line-up would come to an end after a final concert in Osaka, Japan on 29 June 1973.
Artist Artist - 1 Ritchie Blackmore Artist - 2 Jon Lord Artist - 3 Ian Paice Artist - 4 Roger Glover Instruments Instrument - 1 Lead Guitar Instrument - 2 Bass Guitar Instrument - 5 Piano Instrument - 6 Drums Instrument - 7 Percussion Instrument - 13 Keyboards Instrument - 14 Organ Lyrics Lyrics - 1 Ritchie Blackmore Lyrics - 2 Ian Gillan Lyrics - 3 Roger Glover Lyrics - 4 Jon Lord Lyrics - 5 Ian Paice Producer Producer - 1 Deep Purple Record Details Genre Hard Rock Label Universal Language English Releasing Year 1973 Size 12 Inch Speed 33 RPM Singer Singer - 1 Ian Gillan Songs Side1 - Song1 Woman From Tokyo Side1 - Song2 Mary Long Side1 - Song3 Super Trouper Side1 - Song4 Smooth Dancer Side2 - Song1 Rat Bat Blue Side2 - Song2 Place In Line Side2 - Song3 Our Lady
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