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When a Blind Man Cries – Deep Purple



Taken from their album “Machine Head”.

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  1. Around 1975 my older cousin gave me cassette tapes of DP machine head, BS Paranoid and LZ 4. I thought all three were equally brilliant. However, the more I listened the more I found in DP. Whether it was the Jon Lord factor that the other 2 never had, the Gillan vocal range, or Ian Paice magic I always found something new every time I listened to song. I never looked back. DP has dominated my musical taste from start to now.

  2. ГЛОРИ БЕ ТО ТХЕ ГОД ТХЕ ФАДЕР АНД ХИС ЅОН ЈЕЅУЅ ХРИЅТОЅ ! ЛОРД А КИНГ АНД ЅАВИОР !!!!!!!!

  3. Yes, the VERY same sound AND spirit as in Echoes from Pink Floyd! Who took from whoom, which came first, I don't think it's wrong but rather human, like new words or ideas which then got accepted by others. But anyway, THIS spirit and sentiment is EXTREMELY poetic and soft, what a special phenomenon and secret the music is.

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