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SOMETIMES I FEEL LIKE SCREAMING - VAVOOM: TED THE MECHANIC

Deep Purple

Proto-Prog


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5 stars Deep Purple - Proto-Prog? My backside! This band has delivered more inspiration to Prog-Rock than any other on the side of Led Zeppelin. Period. That after 40 odd years this band are still going strong is no accident, they are that good.

Normally, I care little for singles and it's the first time I reflect on one. Why? Because it's that exceptionally well crafted.

Typing is a chore to me as in my advanced age my eyesight had become rather poor. My ears are still tuned to great sounds, though.

This tune is one of the finest rock anthems I've ever heard. It brings tears to my eyes every time I put it on. I just can't help it. It's that powerful in a gentle way. The live versions are even better with Steve Morse's powerful, soaring guitar solos are dominating the piece.

Great tune, worth checking out. The B-side is mediocre , but not bad.

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