DEEP PURPLE Singles Collection To See Light Of Day!
EMI Records will release a DEEP PURPLE CD single box entitled A Singles Anthology 1968 1976 on February 18th. Included in the package will be the following tracks:
01. Hush/One More Rainy Day
02. Kentucky Woman/Wring That Neck
03. Emmaretta/Wring That Neck
04. Hallalujha/April (Part 1)
05. Black Night/Speed King
06. Strange Kind Of Woman/I'm Alone
07. Fireball/Demon's Eye
08. Never Before/When A Blind Man Cries
09. Woman From Tokyo/Super Trouper
10. Might Just Take Your Life/Coronarias Redig
11. You Keep On Moving/Love Child
The box reportedly comes with an eight-page booklet. In other news, DEEP PURPLE guitarist Steve Morse is set to release a DVD in March, featuring new PURPLE footage as well as scenes shot on the recent DIXIE DREGS tour. Also on the PURPLE front, Scandinavian cable movie channel TV1000 will broadcast the Pavarotti And Friends 2001 concert, featuring DEEP PURPLE, on December 25th, January 11th, February 4th and February 21st. For more information, check out www.tv1000.se, www.tv1000.dk, www.tv1000.no, or www.tv1000.fi.
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