Re: [Classic_Rock_Forever] Deep Purple - please answer this braintwister - a 40 year mystery!


Okay, so I found the track that has the snippet of Teddy Bears Picnic.
Its on the live version of Speed King, on the Come Hell or High Water
album (Live)
Here's the cut, and the snippet begins at the 4:14 mark and ends at
the 4:30 mark, its co-played with Jon on organ.

On Wed, 01 Aug 2012 11:49:44 -0600, LM <> wrote:
Interesting - sounds like you are a hard core DP fan. I'm actually
> just now having another look at them, like I did recently with a new
> interest in Dylan to see if he was really all he's cracked up to be.
> I'm not familiar even with the song "Teddy Bears Picnic" - is it up
> on You tube? I must say that a lot of Blackmore's repertoire of
> ridiculously fast runs seems very similar/repetitive in alot of his
> music. His and the bands' best efforts were the songs which became
> their most memorable, commercially viable music, and live when he
> tears into another one of those rippin' leads that proved over and
> over why he's such a world-class player. He knocks off some great
> blues in "Japan" that showed some really inspired stuff, but he
> either loses concentration or gets bored because he thinks it's too
> simple. A mistake, in my opinion, because you have to do the blues
> justice as with any other form of playing, probably more-so, or
> you're laid bare very quickly as a phony. At his level I'm looking
> for other examples of him doing blues. If you know of any, please let
> me know. Thx, LM
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