Deep Purple – You Keep On Moving

An amazing song written by Glenn Hughes and David Coverdale closes the album “Come Taste The Band” published in 1975.It is the only Deep Purple studio album featuring Tommy Bolin, who replaced Ritchie Blackmore on guitar. The song itself is a true gem, not only musically but also in terms of lyrics. From the beautiful Hammond intro, through some passionate solo moments, it shines with sheer beauty of rock.The vocal duo takes us for a moving journey filled with spiritual anxiety. Simply taste the song:)


You keep on moving
Far away, far away
You keep on moving
Far away, far away
Everyday, wheels are turning
And the cry… still returning

Dawn will soon be breaking,
The day has just begun.
You put your arms around me
Like a circle ’round the sun.
Dance across the seasons
To a place that no one knows
Where angels fear to tread… Deep Purple – You Keep On Moving



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