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Made in Europe Import

4.4 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 16 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000006Y3X
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
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1. Burn (Live In Austria)
2. Mistreated/Rock Me Baby (Medley) (Live In Germany)
3. Lady Double Dealer (Live In France)
4. You Fool No One
5. Stormbringer (Live In Austria)

Product Description

The great heavy metal band tried to make lightning strike twice in the wake of their monstrous "Live In Japan" album that helped propel them back on to the pop charts with the live version of "Smoke On The Water". This time though, a new singer (David Coverdale) and bassist (Glenn Hughes) were not enough to carry it out to the bullseye. But the recording remains for fans to experience the live feel of the time as these songs were recorded across the European continent.

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Format: Audio CD
I bought this album when it first came out in the mid 70s and have always liked it. It is as good as Made in Japan. Blackmore is smoking. Coverdale is so soulful and powerful. Everyone else just lays it on the line. Buy this instead of Burn and Stormbringer. You will not be dissappointed.
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Format: Audio CD
it is by far the best example of the Mark III live shows. This cd was compiled from several gigs during the final shows with Ritchie Blackmore in 1975. People complain about the editing...but they should not, it improves the overall experience. What was edited? Mistreated is from two different shows and spliced together to make the best version of the song in existence. The outro is edited and looped. Glenn's vocals on Mistreated are mixed very low to non-existent. Lady Double Dealer is great as well. You Fool No One is also perfect on this with a very cool mid-section which is also featured on Rainbows On Stage CD a year or so later. You could go ahead and buy MarkIII:The Final Concerts (and Burn and Stormbringer is better on it...) but you would not get the performances you hear here, edited or not. Enjoy this CD for what it is.
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Format: Audio CD
Why is this album so good ? here's why: every song on the album is the best version ever; Ritchie plays with inspiration and feel like on "Made in Japan", Glenn's bass sound never sounded better and he sure shows us how good a player he can be. David, Ian and Jon are also at their peak (they still believed in mark III at this time) and the whole album is just one big hard rock party. This is what a live album should be !
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Format: Audio CD
This is not only not the best Deep Purple live album, it is not even the best Deep Purple Mark III live album. A rather clumsy editing job seriously detracts from the entertainment value of this set, and Coverdale is not in especially strong voice. Blackmore is great as always, but even he flubs the opening riff on "Burn".
"Live in London" is a far superior Mark III performance from the "Burn" tour, if you can find it. On the other hand, "Archive Alive" (or the import version "Mark III: The Final Concerts") is a 2 cd set with a full show (including songs from "Machine Head") plus bonus material taken from some of the same concerts as "Made in Europe". At roughly the same price, it is a far better buy if you want to hear some live tracks from the "Stormbringer" tour without the poor editing.
Of course, the tracks on "Made in Europe" are either completely different from or edited together from portions of "Archive Alive", so if you are a completist you will still want it. But I would say its the last Mark III live album you should buy, especially at this price.
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By A Customer on Oct. 6 2000
Format: Audio CD
A great live album from a great live band. I also prefer this one to 72's Made in Japan. The earlier reviewer who asked why "Smoke..." was left off was a bit confused. This was always a 6 song release, but the post-breakup British release "Live in London" featured the Mark III lineup doing a version of "Smoke..." and the following - Burn, Might just Take Your Life, Lay Down Stay Down, Mistreated, and a version of You Fool No One with The Mule (from Fireball) interpolated into the middle. That release is also worth picking up (I'm not sure if it's still in print, though), as I believe that this is the only recording ever issued that shows the Mark III lineup performing Mark II songs.
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Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
I looked forward to hearing Burn on this heavy album, I was surprised when I played the 17 minutes You fool no one, I mean the mean guitar solos and the drum solos are epic on it, and the singing, screaming, all the way through, guitars, guitars and more guitars, the sound is powerful, heavy on this 180gm vinyl, remastered really well, I feel it's a continuation of Made in Japan, as Burn was missing on that album, now Deep purple Live is complete, if you love Rock music, you have to have this album, and I mean on Vinyl.
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