4 de mai de 2010

Deep Purple - Stormbringer 35th Anniversary edition

Eu poderia afirmar categoricamente que não sei dizer qual disco do Purple eu não gosto, ou qual deles gosto mais, isto porque eles e eu (e o resto do mundo,rs)temos uma relação íntima de crescimento, evolução, conhecimento,etc

Com eles aprendi a ouvir as doces notas do Lord, a batida "porrada" do Ian e todos que por esta banda passaram, mas principalmente as trocas de Rod Evans, Nick Simper, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Coverdale e Hughes; isto sem contar as idas e vindas de Blackmore,rs e a banda continuar sendo o Deep Purple; o que poucas e raras conseguiram e conseguem até hoje, porque ou se escondem dizendo não conseguirem substitutos a altura, ou não combinarem seus "egos" com outros.

O Purple não; sempre sendo uma banda maior que si mesma, sempre tocando pra nós, sempre fazendo o melhor pra que seus fãs e seus detratores os engolissem, porque eram , são e serão uma das maiores de todos os tempos e os equiparo a Beatles, Stones e alguns poucos do mesmo nível.
Com Bolin ou Satriani, Airey ou Steve Morse, aí estão e espero continuem por muito tempo.

Este trabalho amo particularmente, apesar de ter várias versões do "In Rock" o qual é considerado o verdadeiro marco e o "Burn" a afirmação: "Stormbringer" mostra bem como estavam seus humores e marca Hughes em uma cançao solo e Dave em outra.
Eles simplesmente mataram a pau e mereciam uma edição especial que aí está amante da boa música.Stormbringer falls short of the excellence of Machine Head and Who Do We Think We Are, but nonetheless boasts some definite classics -- including the fiery "Lady Double Dealer," the ominous title song (a goth metal treasure), the sweaty "High Ball Shooter," and the melancholy ballad "Soldier of Fortune."

Most of the other songs on the decent, if uneven, Stormbringer (which Metal Blade reissued on CD in the early '90s) are not essential. Like Come Taste the Band, Stormbringer will be of interest to Deep Purple's more enthusiastic fans, rather than casual listeners who would be much better off starting out with either of the above-mentioned studio projects or the live Made in Japan. ~ Alex Henderson2009 special digitally remastered and expanded two disc (CD + PAL/Region 0 DVD) 35th anniversary edition of the veteran British Hard Rockers' 1974 album comes with a crisp new remaster, and a host of collectable extras. The CD features the original album remastered, plus a clutch of tracks remixed by Glenn Hughes at Abbey Road Studios especially for this release.

The DVD contains the original Quad mix of the album presented in both 5.1 surround sound and stereo. Stormbringer was the ninth studio album by Deep Purple, originally released in November 1974. (and featuring the Mark 3 line-up of the band that included David Coverdale on vocals and Glenn Hughes on bass) this album, much more prominently featured the soul and funk elements that were only hinted at on previous album Burn. EMI.Recorded at Musicland, Munich, Germany in August 1974.

Personnel: David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes (vocals); Ritchie Blackmore (guitar); Jon Lord (keyboards); Ian Paice (drums).

Audio Mixers: Gary Ladinsky; Gary Webb; Ian Paice; Martin Birch.

Deep Purple: David Coverdale (vocals); Ritchie Blackmore (guitar); Jon Lord (keyboards); Glenn Hughes (bass, vocals); Ian Paice (drums).

Kerrang (Magazine) (p.51) - "Compared to previous Deep Purple albums, 1974's STORMBRINGER struck out in a funkier and more soul-fueled direction..."
Mojo (Publisher) (p.120) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here is a lot to applaud on the album's original nine tracks -- most notably the menacing title track, the Free-styled 'Holy Man' and 'The Gypsy,' with Blackmore in masterly form."
Record Collector (magazine) (p.92) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Tracks such as 'Hold On' showcase peerless performances by the two singers, Hughes' soaring Stevie Wonder-influenced vocals perfectly complimenting Coverdale's richer tones."Track List:

01.Stormbringer 04:07
02.Love Don’t Mean A Thing 04:25
03.Holy Man 04:34
04.Hold on 05:07
05.Lady Double Dealer 03:22
06.You Can’t Do it Right 03:26
07.High Ball Shooter 04:28
08.The Gypsy 04:05
09.Soldier of Fortune 03:25
10.Holy Man (Glenn Hughes Remix) 04:33
11.You Can’t Do it Right (Glenn.. 03:28
12.Love Don’t Mean A Thing (Glenn Hughes Remix) 05:09
13.Hold on (Glenn Hughes Remix) 05:14
14.High Ball Shooter (Instrumental) 04:30DVD
01.Stormbringer 04:06
02.Love Don’t Mean A Thing 04:26
03.Holy Man 04:31
04.Hold on 05:07
05.Lady Double Dealer 03:20
06. You Can’t Do it Right (with the One You Love) 03:26
07.High Ball Shooter 04:27
08.The Gypsy 04:13
09.Soldier of Fortune 03:18Deep Purple survived a seemingly endless series of lineup changes and a dramatic mid-career shift from grandiose progressive rock to ear-shattering heavy metal to emerge as a true institution of the British hard rock community; once credited in the Guinness Book of World Records as the globe's loudest band, their revolving-door roster launched the careers of performers including Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, and Ian Gillan.

Deep Purple was formed in Hertford, England, in 1968, with an inaugural lineup that featured guitarist Blackmore, vocalist Rod Evans, bassist Nick Simper, keyboardist Jon Lord, and drummer Ian Paice. Initially dubbed Roundabout, the group was first assembled as a session band for ex-Searchers drummer Chris Curtis but quickly went their own way, touring Scandinavia before beginning work on their debut LP, Shades of Deep Purple.The most pop-oriented release of their career, the album generated a Top Five American hit with its reading of Joe South's "Hush" but otherwise went unnoticed at home. The Book of Taliesyn followed (in the U.S. only) in 1969, again cracking the U.S. Top 40 with a cover of Neil Diamond's "Kentucky Woman."With their self-titled third LP, Deep Purple's ambitions grew, however; the songs reflecting a new complexity and density as Lord's classically influenced keyboards assumed a much greater focus.

Soon after the album's release, their American label Tetragrammaton folded, and with the dismissals of Evans and Simper, the band started fresh, recruiting singer Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover from the ranks of the pop group Episode Six.The revamped Deep Purple's first album, 1970's Concerto for Group and Orchestra, further sought to fuse rock and classical music.

When the project, which was recorded with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, was poorly received, Blackmore took creative control of the band, steering it towards a heavier, guitar-dominated approach which took full advantage of Gillan's powerful vocals.The gambit worked; 1970's Deep Purple in Rock heralded the beginning of the group's most creatively and commercially successful period. At home, the album sold over a million copies, with the subsequent non-LP single "Black Night" falling just shy of topping the U.K. pop charts.

Released in 1971, Fireball was also a smash, scoring a hit with "Strange Kind of Woman."Plans to record the follow-up at the Casino in Montreux, Switzerland, were derailed after the venue burned down during a live appearance by Frank Zappa, but the experience inspired Deep Purple's most enduring hit, the AOR staple "Smoke on the Water."

The song, featured on the multi-platinum classic Machine Head, reached the U.S. Top Five in mid-1972 and positioned Deep Purple among rock's elite; the band consolidated its status with the 1973 studio follow-up Who Do We Think We Are and the hit "Woman from Tokyo." However, long-simmering creative differences between Blackmore and Gillan pushed the latter out of the group that same year, with Glover soon exiting as well.

Singer David Coverdale and bassist/singer Glenn Hughes were recruited for 1974's Burn, and Gillan meanwhile formed a band bearing his own name.After completing 1974's Stormbringer, Blackmore left Deep Purple as well, to form Rainbow with vocalist Ronnie James Dio; his replacement was ex-James Gang guitarist Tommy Bolin, who made his debut on Come Taste the Band.

All the changes clearly took their toll, however, and following a farewell tour, the group dissolved in 1976. Coverdale, meanwhile, went on to form Whitesnake, and Bolin died of a drug overdose later in the year.The classic lineup of Blackmore, Gillan, Lord, Glover, and Paice reunited Deep Purple in 1984 for a new album, the platinum smash Perfect Strangers. The House of Blue Light followed three years later, but as past tensions resurfaced, Gillan again exited in mid-1989.

Onetime Rainbow vocalist Joe Lynn Turner was recruited for 1990's Slaves and Masters before Gillan again rejoined to record The Battle Rages On..., an apt title as Blackmore quit the group midway through the supporting tour, to be temporarily replaced by Joe Satriani.In 1994, Steve Morse took over the guitar slot (fresh from a stint in Kansas), and the revitalized group returned to the studio for 1996's Purpendicular, which proved a success among the Purple faithful.
1998's Abandon followed, as well as a 1999 orchestral performance released the following year as Live at the Royal Albert Hall. Deep Purple was given the box set treatment the same year with the four-disc set Shades: 1968-1998, which collected hits, demos, live takes, and unreleased tracks from throughout the years (touching upon all of Purple's different lineups).The late '90s/early 2000s saw the release of several other archival releases and collections (Machine Head's 25th anniversary, Friends & Relatives, Rhino's The Very Best Of, and Days May Come and Days May Go: The 1975 California Rehearsals), as well as a slew of DVDs (Total Abandon: Live Australia 1999, In Concert with the London Symphony Orchestra, Bombay Calling, and New Live & Rare).Former member Blackmore also kept himself busy after leaving the band by issuing a single album with his briefly resuscitated outfit Rainbow (1998's Stranger in Us All), before forming the Renaissance-inspired Blackmore's Night with fiancée/vocalist Candice Night. Despite numerous lineup upheavals during their career, Deep Purple remained alive and well in the 21st century. ~ Jason Ankeny & Greg Prato, All Music Guide

Obs: audio cd/dvd e todas as capas estão em alta resolução bastando vc clicar e salvar pra ter um arquivo completo deste trabalho, preferi assim como sempre gosto de fazer, informação, visual e som; este é meu jeito e se achei a obra completa prq não postá-la na íntegra?


9 comentários:

  1. PQP... Sensacional!
    Amanhã, quando ligar o PC, vai ser a primeira coisa a ser feita.
    Valeu mermão!

  2. ZM desculpa não responder os emails é que peguei aquela merlim de virus do hotmail e msn, cara tá um inferno e dizem que não adianta restaurar( o meu é o vista)mas vou tentar.
    Esse som é louco cara, louco, mata a pau,rs que bom que gostou.

  3. Meu caro dead, Q P... postagem, hein! Vou falar (elogiar) de longe q não quero virus pro meu lado não! Qua qua!

    Te adicionarei, tomém, a merda q pelo mozila (descobri há umas semanas) não consigo seguir os otros blogs, só consigo vindo aqui pelo explorer. É mole ou qué qui embrole?

    Valeu por me seguir, agora fica mais fácil lembrar docê.


  4. Valeu! DA um grande disco do DP.Esse talvez seja o ultimo dos moicanos depois não lembro nada que fosse verdadeiramente DP.

  5. Ramubaxáááááááá!
    esse eu não conheço.
    Valeu Dead!
    Vai direto pro armário de psicotrópicos... altamente viciante, no mínimo.
    Ansioso por ouir.

  6. Ciao amico, gentile con te qui, benvenuti e sentitevi liberi.

  7. Storm pra mim é a melhor batida musical dos caras, amo os outros mas este merecia, é insuperável prq nas brigas eles se mostravam o máximo.
    Enjoy a vcs sumidos,rs!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. O que mais me irrita é que conheço um monte de pseudo sábios que dizem que Coverdale não sabia cantar, pqp, isso é o que???????????