Harvest Records publish ‘Deep Purple,’ their eponymous third album (1969)

Deep Purple‘ is their eponymous third studio album, also called ‘Deep Purple III’ produced by Derek Lawrence and released on June 21, 1969 by Tetragrammaton / Harvest Records.

Track Listing : 1.Chasing Shadows (Ian Paice, Jon Lord) – 05:34 . 2.Blind (Jon Lord) – 05:26 . 3.Lalena (Donovan Leitch) – 05:05 . 4.Fault Line (Ritchie Blackmore, Nick Simper, Jon Lord, Paice) – 01:46 . 5.The Painter (Ritchie Blackmore, Rod Evans, Jon Lord, Simper, Paice) – 03:51 . 6.Why Didn’T Rosemary? (Ritchie Blackmore, Evans, Jon Lord, Simper, Paice) – 05:04 . 7.Bird Has Flown (Jon Lord, Evans, Ritchie Blackmore) – 05:36 . 8.April (Ritchie Blackmore, Jon Lord) – 12:10

Musicians : Deep Purple – Band . Rod Evans – Lead Vocals . Ritchie Blackmore – Guitar . Jon Lord – Hammond Organ, Keyboards, Backing Vocals . Nick Simper – Bass, Backing Vocals . Ian Paice – Drums

Production : Produced By Derek Lawrence . Derek Lawrence – Mixing . Barry Ainsworth – Engineer

Arrangements : Jon Lord On (8)

Package : David Anthony – Photography . Hieronymus Bosch – Cover Painting . Mike Savino – Art Direction . Koh Sakai – Liner Notes

Recorded January–March 1969 At De Lane Lea Studios, Kingsway, London.

Released In June 1969 By Tetragrammaton.

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