Hush - Deep Purple - Shades Of Deep Purple (Cassette, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Shades Of Deep Purple Hush on Discogs. Label: Odeon - MT • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Venezuela • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock4/5(2).
  2. Off their hit album “Shades of Deep Purple”, the song itself made it to number four. Originally recorded by Billy Joe Royal in , it was covered by Deep Purple the following year.. The song.
  3. Joe South's "Hush" was the undeniable hit while the cover of "Hey Joe" starts as a gymnastic workout afore settling into a version of the song clearly inspired by Jimi Hendrix. Taped in three days of sessions in May , Shades of Deep Purple is the sound of a group nailing it down quickly and definitely. Skip James' "I'm So Glad" is merged /5(K).
  4. The usual perception of early Deep Purple is that it was a band with a lot of potential in search of a direction. And that might be true of their debut LP, put together in three days of sessions in May of , but it's still a hell of an album.8/
  5. Thanks to 'Hush', the group's resultant debut album 'Shades Of Deep Purple' would also prove popular, thus laying the foundations for a four-decade long career that has seen the name Deep Purple become synonymous with both hard rock and heavy metal, the group in the process becoming one of the most successful and famous of all British rock bands/5(42).
  6. A live, US-televised version of "Hush" appeared as a bonus track on the CD-reissue of the Shades of Deep Purple album. In , Hugh Hefner introduced Deep Purple, who performed live on the Playboy After Dark TV series.
  7. The Deep Purple version was included on their first album and recorded with the band's original lineup, which didn't include lead singer Ian Gillan, who joined in , replacing Rod Evans. The song is a fan favorite, but Gillan kept it off the setlists when he was in the band, since he wasn't the original singer.
  8. Hush is a song covered by Deep Purple. It was written by Joe South for Billy Joe Royal and first recorded by him in (Hush by Billy Joe Royal). Deep Purple recorded which appeared on the Shades of Deep Purple album and was their first hit in , peaking at .

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