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Rod Evans
   has been a vocalist in   
Deep Purple
Ian Gillan
   has been a vocalist in   
Deep Purple
Replaced Rod Evans (who joined Captain Beyond)
David Coverdale
   has been a vocalist in   
Deep Purple
Replaced Ian Gillan
Jon Lord
   has played keyboards in   
Deep Purple
Roger Glover
   played bass guitar in   
Deep Purple
Deep Purple
   had a U.S.A. hit with   
Strange Kinda Woman
Deep Purple
   had a U.S.A. hit with   
Highway Star
Deep Purple
   sang   
Black Night
Deep Purple
   sang the song   
You Can't Do It Right
Deep Purple
   sang the song   
Knocking At Your Back Door
Deep Purple
   sang the song   
You Keep on Moving
Deep Purple
   sang the song   
Might Just Take Your Life
Deep Purple
   sang the song   
You Fool No One
Nino Tempo and April Stevens
   released the single   
Deep Purple
1963; 1 week as U.S. #1
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Bananas (2003)
Ritchie Blackmore
   has played guitar in   
Deep Purple
Deep Purple
   come from   
The U.K.
Deep Purple
   released the album   
The Book Of Taliesyn (1969)
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Concerto for Group and Orchestra (1969)
A concerto performed by Deep Purple and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold in 1969 and composed by Jon Lord.
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Deep Purple in Rock (1970)
Their 4th studio album
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Fireball (1971)
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Machine Head (1972)
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Who Do We Think We Are (1973)
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Burn (1974)
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Stormbringer (1974)
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Come Taste the Band (1975)
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Perfect Strangers (1984)
Deep Purple
   released the album   
The House Of Blue Light (1987)
Shades of Deep Purple
   features   
And the Address
The album reached #24 on Billboard's Pop Album charts in US for 1968
Shades of Deep Purple
   features   
Hush
Shades of Deep Purple
   features   
One More Rainy Day
Shades of Deep Purple
   features   
Mandrake Root
Shades of Deep Purple
   features   
Love Help Me
Deep Purple
   features   
Chasing Shadows
3rd studio album and last album with the original lineup. 1969
Deep Purple
   features   
The Painter
Deep Purple
   features   
Why Didn't Rosemary
Deep Purple In Rock
   features   
Speed King
Released 1970, the cover shows the band in a rock scupture inspired by Mt. Rushmore
Deep Purple In Rock
   features   
Bloodsucker
Deep Purple In Rock
   features   
Child In Time
Deep Purple In Rock
   features   
Flight of the Rat
Deep Purple In Rock
   features   
Living Wreck
Deep Purple
   has the opening line   
When the Deep Purple Falls over Sleepy Garden Walls
Originally published in 1933 by Peter de Rose as a piano solo, lyrics were added in 1939 by Mitchell Parish.
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Shades Of Deep Purple (1968)
Deep Purple
   released the album   
Deep Purple (1969)
Rock
   is missing from the title of   
Deep Purple in ___
Deep Purple (1970)
Glenn Hughes
   played bass guitar in   
Deep Purple
English, Hard Rock
Deep Purple
   signature tune is   
Smoke on the Water
1972; hard rock, included on the album "Machine Head" and released as a single in 1973; peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Joe Satriani
   has played guitar in   
Deep Purple
Hush
   was covered by   
Deep Purple
1968. Originally recorded by Billy Joe Royal (1967)
Deep Purple
   released the single   
Hush
1968; released on "Shades of Deep Purple"; peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100






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