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9 thoughts on “ Listen, Learn, Read On - Deep Purple - The Book Of Taliesyn (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

  1. Most Deep Purple fans came about with Mark 2 (Ian Gillian on lead Vocals) But Mark 1 was pretty darn good (with Rod Evans on lead Vocals). And the Book of Taliesyn is the best of the early Mark 1 stuff, But Shades of Deep Purple rocks as well, Oh Heck I love em all. It has a 60's sound, but it rocks. We start with Listen, Learn, Read on and it /5(38).
  2. Though "The Anthem" is more intriguing than the heavy metal thunder of Machine Head, it is overwhelmed by the majesty of their "River Deep, Mountain High" cover, definitely not the inspiration for the Supremes and Four Tops hit version. By the time came around, Deep Purple immersed themselves in dumb lyrics, unforgettable riffs, and a huge presence, much like Black Sabbath.7/
  3. Feb 23,  · Four months after the release of their debut LP Shades of Deep Purple, the band came back with their second igtiomemopila.walllicenttadoldsultepementsoftringhar.co as their debut featured unusual hard rock interpretations of unlikely songs such as Joe South's "Hush" and The Beatles' "Help," The Book of Taliesyn included a muscular rendition of Neil Diamond's "Kentucky Woman," and a jam-intro'd take on "We Can Work It Out" /5(2K).
  4. The Book of Taliesyn Deep Purple. Released October The Book of Taliesyn Tracklist. 1. Listen, Learn, Read On Lyrics. 2. Hard Road Album Credits. Producers Derek Lawrence.
  5. Four months after the release of their debut LP Shades of Deep Purple, the band came back with their second igtiomemopila.walllicenttadoldsultepementsoftringhar.co as their debut featured unusual hard rock interpretations of unlikely songs such as Joe South's "Hush" and The Beatles' "Help," The Book of Taliesyn included a muscular rendition of Neil Diamond's "Kentucky Woman," and a jam-intro'd take on "We Can Work It Out" (another Beatles.
  6. 1. "Listen, Learn, Read On" 2. "Wring That Neck" (instrumental, titled "Hard Road" in the USA) 3. "Kentucky Woman" 4. "(a) Exposition" "(b) We Can Work It Ou.
  7. Listen, Learn, Read On is a box set released by the British hard rock band Deep Purple in It is a collection of 74 tracks distributed in six CDs, around a quarter of which were unreleased prior to the album; all the tracks were subject to extensive re-mastering at EMI's Abbey Road igtiomemopila.walllicenttadoldsultepementsoftringhar.co set starts with a selection of early tracks by the members of the band before they joined Deep.
  8. The album contains seven tracks that range from spunky little blues rockers such as the opener “Listen, Learn, Read On,” “Exposition” and other segments in different tracks which all all tinged with a period glaze of psychedelic keyboard embellishments that deviate into fantastic classical musical expeditions which finds Jon Lord dishing out some impressive keyboard playing that was only rivaled .
  9. Deep Purple would keep getting better from here, taking this potential and running with it a little more on their self-titled follow-up to this album. 'The Book Of Taliesyn' is a good album on its own merit though, and while it is not excellent or particularly engaging, Deep Purple does deserve more credit for this album than what they get.

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