Deep Purple 1975 (1 Viewer)

I understand. They didn't exist for me after Machine Head.

Or before it for that matter. ;)

I honestly didn't even know Tommy Bolin played in Deep Purple. Deep Purple was always about Ritchie Blackmore for me, because he was...unpredictable. Then he went off with that elf and started with the unicorn songs and he lost me.
There is an interview out there somewhere where Blackmore says about the music he's playing now:

"You know Yoko Ono? The woman who broke up the Beatles? Well she came to me and said: 'You have to play Renaissance music.' And I said: 'But I don't want to.' And she said: 'But you have to'. And she was Yoko Ono, so I did."


Quoted from memory.

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