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Deep Purple Reissues Part 2: “Copenhagen 1972″ to be released this month

While Deep Purple are still in the charts with their latest studio album “Now What?!”, earMUSIC prepare the second release of their reissues series. This time it’s “Copenhagen 1972″

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Besides the show from Copenhagen recorded on March 1, 1972, the release includes three bonus tracks recorded live in New York on May 29, 1973 and an interview recorded during the 1971 Australia tour.

Tracklisting

Deep Purple – Copenhagen 1972

CD1
1. Highway Star
2. Strange Kind Of Woman
3. Child In Time
4. The Mule
5. Lazy
6. Space Truckin’

CD2
1. Fireball
2. Lucille
3. Black Night
4. Strange Kind Of Woman (Live in New York 1973) – BONUS
5. Smoke On The Water (Live in New York 1973) – BONUS
6. Space Truckin’ (Live in New York 1973) – BONUS
7. 1971 Australian Interview – BONUS

“Copenhagen 1972″ will be released restored and digital remastered on May 31, 2013.

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17 Comments to “Deep Purple Reissues Part 2: “Copenhagen 1972″ to be released this month”:

  1. 1
    Drdp says:

    Aren’t the 3 bonus tracks from the Long Island College show that was/is the source of the only real COLOR footage of MK II?

  2. 2
    Les Hedger says:

    Yes, it is the source. Most of us probably have this on DVD already.

  3. 3
    Ronnie says:

    Dvd or cd?

  4. 4
    Geo Cedille says:

    On vinyl too?

  5. 5
    CP says:

    And heavily edited. Yippee!!!

  6. 6
    Ronnie says:

    I have this in dvd format…P&B..is the same?

  7. 7
    purpletemple says:

    Time to release shows that haven’t been officialy released yet!

  8. 8
    hardrockpete says:

    remind me what was part 1?

  9. 9
    purplepriest1965 says:

    Really dont understand the policy behind these kinda releases.

    Is the sound again(….)improved? : )

  10. 10
    Henrik says:

    - Why these re-issues when they already are out on Sonic Zoom?

    I know that Sonic Zoom-releases have changed the l-r channel for some daft reason.

    But is that enough to merit a whole new catalogue of re-releases?

  11. 11
    big al says:

    why the stormbringer era logo, its shoddy as….get it right!

  12. 12
    The Velvet Lapel says:

    Great.

    I just ordered and received the Sonic Zoom edition not 2 weeks ago to pad an order from Amazon for free shipping even though I had the DVD. Much rather would have had this (cheaper in the US) version for the interview since I already have the ’73 songs on DVD.

    Oh well, the collection just keeps getting larger and larger…….(and did I really need Now What on CD and Vinyl?)

  13. 13
    Deep ?urp!e Fan says:

    Pre-ordered mine a month ago. Saw them a couple weeks before the New York show in 1973. Looking forward to this re-master. Have this show already too but any new release from Purp!e is always a treat.

  14. 14
    ronnie says:

    stormbringer logo would be the most used today, there is a reason, i guess.

  15. 15
    Dave says:

    I bet it will sound even more squashed than the original issue,

  16. 16
    Dan says:

    These bonus tracks should be interesting. I saw Deep Purple for the first time on June 1 1973 at the New Haven coliseum, just 3 days after these bonus tracks were recorded. To this day that was the BEST concert I have ever seen in my life – and I have seen ALOT of concerts from many different bands in my 55 years of living. I still have my ticket stub. My seat cost $3.50. Sat right in back of Ian Paice. If my arms were 10ft longer I probably could have touched him. Billy Preston was the opening act.

  17. 17
    john says:

    they should release LIVERPOOL 1976 last show

    not only the re-released live albums which everyone already bought it,….it bores us!

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