Having experienced much of this album performed live by a very talented bar cover-band, listening to it now -thirty-some years later- still evokes a rock 'n roll rush. Much of the appeal to me is the "funk" of Blackmore's guitar in songs such as "Hold On" and "Can't Do It Right..." which was, ironically, a direction in their music he disdained so strongly he quit the band [to be replaced by the great Tommy Bolin]. An album that's similar to the previous release "Burn" and commercially accessible, though not nearly as commercially successful, as "Machine Head"; most DP fans should agree this remains one of the better "Mark" line-ups.
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