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Bob and Ray, and a Danish kennel

Paicey continues his Tales from the bar with a new batch of tall tales of one nascent band that eventually became known as Deep Purple.

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8 Comments to “Bob and Ray, and a Danish kennel”:

  1. 1
    solitair says:

    Love the Tales from the Bar! I know the whole story in different versions but it’s great to get some details I have never heard before. Could listen to this for hours!

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    Adel Faragalla says:

    Cheers Ian

  3. 3
    Wiktor says:

    Great stuff!! Paicy…he´s the man!!!

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    Marcus says:

    Deeves Hall was on the market last year.
    http://media.rightmove.co.uk/66k/65851/69870200/65851_CHO170301_DOC_01_0001.pdf
    No mention of its place in rock history.

    There is also the barn
    https://www.zoopla.co.uk/property-history/deeves-hall-barn/ridge/potters-bar/en6-3lu/21251542
    And two cottages.

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    George Martin says:

    What’s really ironic about the history of Deep Purple is this: Paicey, Lord and Blackmore have all said at different times the idea of having a band called Roundabout and having other musicians come and go like getting on and off a roundabout is ridiculous and can never work. If you think about it Deep Purple is a roundabout. A 5 man band with 13 members, 14 if you count Satch. I think it does work if the music is great and it is. Long live Deep Purple!

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    Uwe Hornung says:

    @Beatles Mastermind: True observation! No line up with Blackers lasted more than a few years. Morse has stabilized the band.

    But I have always viewed line up changes within DP with goodwill. In their absence there would have been no In Rock, no Burn, no Come Taste The Band, no Slaves & Masters, no Purpendicular, no Bananas – and I treasure each one of those albums as a part of DP’s rich history.

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    Pieter van der Velde wzn says:

    It may be that mr. Paice has forgotten more than he can remember, but what he does remember is everytime a joy to listen to. I can’t wait for the next episode. The book simply has to come.

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    Dr. Bob says:

    I saw Episode 6 and was expecting another nascent band that eventually became known as Deep Purple.

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