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"Burn" introduced new vocalist David Coverdale, and bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes from Trapeze. They replaced Ian Gillan and Roger Glover. This was the first Deep Purple album with the "Mark III" lineup.
English Hard Rock , Early Heavy Metal, Prog Rock
Collector's info: Liner notes: The album was recorded during November 1973 and as with "Machine Head" we (Deep Purple) we went to Montreux Switzerland and used the Rolling Stones mobile unit. The engineer was Martin Birch assisted by Tipani, George and Paul, and the album was devised and produced by Deep Purple. Once again we thank Claude Nobs for his help and vitality, and the people of Montreux for their hospitality.
Recorded in Montreux Switzerland
Produced by Deep Purple
Purple Records 3C 064-94837
12" Vinyl LP Gramophone Record
Album weight: 200 gram
Year & Country
1974 Made in Italy
Band Members and Musicians on: Deep Purple Burn Italy