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“Oh Well” by rock band Deep Purple


A strand of the “Unholy Trinity” blesses us with a collection of 12 tracks

Posted on 12.01.21, 08:35 AM

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Too bad is the second track on Deep purple 22nd studio album Let’s move on to crime which is the group’s first studio album composed entirely of covers. Dark purple is undoubtedly one of the pioneers of heavy metal and has gathered a fan base unleashed over several generations. Rockstars – Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Ian Gillan, Don Airey and Steve Morse – have been launching the rock genre since the ’60s, spanning the likes of Joe South, Neil Diamond, Ike, Tina Turner and our four favorite boys, The Beatles. .

Too bad is a song originally written and recorded by Fleetwood Mac. The opening of Deep Purple is surprisingly similar to Fleetwood Mac’s version of the song until it isn’t! A sudden jerk and a rapid change of pace (in true blue Dark purple style) take the melody to a whole new space, making it one of the Deep purple most remarkable covers.

– Lygie Gomes