Deep Purple - Come Taste The Band


7.3 | 135 votes |
Release date: 1975
Style: Heavy metal, Hard rock

Owners:

180 have it
9 want it


01. Comin' Home
02. Lady Luck
03. Gettin' Tighter
04. Dealer
05. I Need Love
06. Drifter
07. Love Child
08. This Time Around / Owed To 'G'
09. You Keep On Moving

Line-up
David Coverdale - vocals
Jonathan Douglas "Jon" Lord - keyboards
Tommy Bolin - guitar
Ian Paice - drums
Glenn Hughes - bass, vocals

Guest review by
AndMetalForAll
Rating:
7.4
Come Taste The Band is an album from a completely different Deep Purple without Ritchie Blackmore in the lead of the band. After Ritchie left to form Rainbow most of the fans thought it would be the end of the band, without the "genius leader" but thanks to David Coverdale that asked Jon Lord to continue with the activity of the band, Tommy Bolin was called to perform the lead guitars...the result is a solid record. Although being a great show of strength by the group, this is by far one of the most underrated albums of all time, not only of Deep Purple's history but in rock history.

Read more ››
published 12.01.2012 | Comments (5)

Found in 4 lists
Top lists



Comments

Comments: 2   Visited by: 125 users
23.09.2011 - 20:38
Rating: 8
musicalkaratekid
Really funky album.
Loading...
24.09.2011 - 04:25
Rating: 8
R'Vannith
ghedengi
"Gettin' Tighter" and "You Keep On Moving" are two of my favourite Deep Purple tracks, great album this one.
Loading...

Hits total: 5366 | This month: 26