This is a comprehensive in-depth exploration of the career and work of one of the world's greatest hard rock bands. With the likes of Richie Blackmore, Ian Gillan and David Coverdale passing through their ranks, Deep Purple was always destined to produce extraordinary music - what was less predictable was in the incredible story of the band's formation, rise to fame and struggle to cope with the immense pressures of international superstardom. Jerry Bloom's sparkling narrative tells the story, warts and all, and it leads us through the band's history with its many and varied line-ups. A must have for any serious music fan; this completely independent critical review leaves no stone unturned as it explores the Deep Purple legend.
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