Purple Power

Posted: January 22, 2019 in Books, Classic Rock, Deep Purple Family, General

For years I mistook this book to be a DVD documentary with an added bonus in the form of a book. I have seen so many versions of such releases that I started to ignore them, although I am a collector. I finally bought a copy of it – “Deep Purple: Uncensored On The Record” (Archive Media Publishing, 2012) by author Jerry Bloom – and it turned out to be roughly 224 pages of history that covers the 1968-1976 period (with some final words about later goings on to kind of round things up). Some nice shots in black/white. I have a few quotes in it, which is fine. Not the first time a book lifts something from my past and the 1981 interview with Jon Lord has been raided on several occations before.

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