Burn [Bonus Tracks]

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All Music Guide - Eduardo Rivadavia
The departure of vocalist Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover seemed to rejuvenate Deep Purple, and 1974's Burn was a huge improvement over their previous effort, the lackluster Who Do We Think We Are. In an interesting twist, new recruits David Coverdale and ex-Trapeze bassist Glenn Hughes share lead vocals on virtually every track: an enviable tag team, as both possessed exceptional pipes. The title track starts things off at full speed thanks to the phenomenal drumming of Ian Paice, and the intro to "Might Just Take Your Life" is one of organist Jon Lord's finest moments. Full of starts and stops, "Lay Down, Stay Down" features a fantastic solo from guitarist ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Eduardo Rivadavia
The departure of vocalist Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover seemed to rejuvenate Deep Purple, and 1974's Burn was a huge improvement over their previous effort, the lackluster Who Do We Think We Are. In an interesting twist, new recruits David Coverdale and ex-Trapeze bassist Glenn Hughes share lead vocals on virtually every track: an enviable tag team, as both possessed exceptional pipes. The title track starts things off at full speed thanks to the phenomenal drumming of Ian Paice, and the intro to "Might Just Take Your Life" is one of organist Jon Lord's finest moments. Full of starts and stops, "Lay Down, Stay Down" features a fantastic solo from guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, who, as usual, serves as the band's primal force. "What's Going on Here" is about as good a single as Purple ever wrote; "You Fool No One" is compelling in its intensity; and the funky "Sail Away" is a sign of the band's future direction. "Mistreated," a fantastic slow blues, closes the album proper just ignore the boring instrumental "A 200," the record's only throwaway and showcases Coverdale on his own for the first time. So impassioned is the singer's performance that the song would remain his concert trademark long into his post-Purple career with Whitesnake. [The 2005 reissue of Burn contains copious liner notes and five bonus tracks. Along with "Coronarias Dedig," an instrumental B-side, these tracks are all remixed versions of album tracks. The mixes were done in 2004 and sound true to the originals, only cleaner. Their value is somewhat negligible and as the liner notes almost say, they seem to exist only to pad out the running time of the disc.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/3/2005
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227464127
  • Catalog Number: 74641
  • Sales rank: 19,240

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Burn (6:04)
  2. 2 Might Just Take Your Life (4:40)
  3. 3 Lay Down, Stay Down (4:20)
  4. 4 Sail Away (5:52)
  5. 5 You Fool No One (4:47)
  6. 6 What's Going on Here (4:58)
  7. 7 Mistreated (7:28)
  8. 8 "A" 200 (4:16)
  9. 9 Coronarias Redig (5:32)
  10. 10 Burn (6:03)
  11. 11 Mistreated (7:29)
  12. 12 You Fool No One (4:58)
  13. 13 Sail Away (5:36)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Deep Purple Primary Artist
Ritchie Blackmore Guitar, Group Member
Glenn Hughes Bass Guitar, Vocals
Jon Lord Keyboards, Group Member
David Coverdale Vocals, Group Member
Ian Paice Drums
Technical Credits
Deep Purple Producer
Ian Gillan Composer
Ritchie Blackmore Composer
Roger Glover Composer
Jon Lord Composer
Martin Birch Engineer
David Coverdale Composer
Tony Edwards Executive Producer
Ian Paice Composer
Nigel Young Liner Notes
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    best BURN remastering, so far

    "BURN" is the 4th core album, according to any real Purple fan, after "IN ROCK", "FIREBALL" and "MACHINE HEAD", with which DEEP PURPLE cemented their reputation as the first real heavy metal-hard rock-rock'n'roll band of all times, followed by LED ZEPPELIN and BLACK SABBATH (in that Order,because Led Zep. was formed in 1969 and Sabbath was formed in 1970), creating the Holy Trinity of legendary rock bands with a heavy and hard powerful rock sound and totally influential in the years to come.

    They began in 1967, forming the MARK I line-up. To tell their story in these few lines is impossible, because it's such a rich and adventurous journey, that if you are a beginner, and if this "BURN" album blew your mind, then it's your place to start your search for more.
    Rhino and Purple Records, with the Warner's avail made a great work here, the sound is bold and rich, the liner notes are copious and very entertaining and informative.
    I strongly recommend this edition, because it's close to the vynil(Which is still unbeatable)in sound quality. There is a double vynil special edition for those who can afford it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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