Deep Purple - Slaves and Masters mp3 album

46:51
Deep Purple - Slaves and Masters mp3 album
Arena Rock,British Metal,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    Deep Purple
  • Title:
    Slaves and Masters
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Arena Rock,British Metal,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
  • Duration:
    46:51
  • Recording Location:
    Greg Pike Productions, Orlando, FL
Deep Purple - Slaves and Masters mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1928 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1333 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1144 mb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    482
  • Formats:
    DMF MP2 AC3 VOX FLAC MPC

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 King of Dreams Ritchie Blackmore / Roger Glover / Joe Lynn Turner Deep Purple 5:28
2 The Cut Runs Deep Ritchie Blackmore / Roger Glover / Jon Lord / Ian Paice / Joe Lynn Turner Deep Purple 5:42
3 Fire in the Basement Ritchie Blackmore / Roger Glover / Jon Lord / Ian Paice / Joe Lynn Turner Deep Purple 4:43
4 Truth Hurts Ritchie Blackmore / Roger Glover / Joe Lynn Turner Deep Purple 5:14
5 Breakfast in Bed Ritchie Blackmore / Roger Glover / Joe Lynn Turner Deep Purple 5:17
6 Love Conquers All Ritchie Blackmore / Roger Glover / Joe Lynn Turner Deep Purple 3:47
7 Fortuneteller Ritchie Blackmore / Roger Glover / Jon Lord / Ian Paice / Joe Lynn Turner Deep Purple 5:49
8 Too Much Is Not Enough Joe Lynn Turner Deep Purple 4:17
9 Wicked Ways Ritchie Blackmore / Roger Glover / Jon Lord / Ian Paice / Joe Lynn Turner Deep Purple 6:33

Credits

Ritchie Blackmore - Composer, Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist
Nick Blagona - Audio Engineer, Engineer, Mixing
Greg Calbi - Mastering
Raymond d'Addario - Assistant Producer, Production Assistant
Deep Purple - Primary Artist
Roger Glover - Art Direction, Audio Production, Bass, Bass (Electric), Composer, Keyboards, Member of Attributed Artist, Mixing, Producer
Peter Hodgson - Engineer
Matthew "Boomer" La Monica - Engineer
Jesse Levy - Strings
Jon Lord - Composer, Keyboards, Member of Attributed Artist, Organ, String Arrangements
Ian Paice - Composer, Drums, Member of Attributed Artist
Thierry Thompson - Art Direction
Joe Lynn Turner - Composer, Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Wally Walters - Engineer
Ralph Wernli - Art Direction, Art Enhancement
Dieter Zill - Photography



bass
Should not be surprising, for a release in 1990s. Drums have a hot style but sealed in a gritty sound;guitars share volumes with keyboards upon passionate and sensual chords.A country atmosphere a little bit fake and built. However, Slaves And Masters does not know real drops, nor does it spell deep in which to fall precipitously: once contextualized, and accepted a line-up Of the derivation, the listening continues with AOR in the way it takes care not to propose anything that goes beyond, not to say against, a generic and radio listen In the name of this principle, the quintet seems to preclude the possibility of spacing in blues, rock'n'roll, funky, jazz, folk territories, passing indecisive through those classical and progressive classical influences.so you will really like it.
Detenta
A good Rainbow album with additional Deep Purple musicians. Oh wait...
Flash_back
The negative reviews mostly come from people who compare apples and oranges, or simply mourn about the glorious days of DP with Ian Gillan in the early 70s...The album is masterfully done. Yes, it does not sound like Deep Purple, but more like late Rainbow...so what?If you listen to the album unbiasedly, for what it is - it is an awesome album.
Dakora
Despite having a couple of decent tracks, this album is consistently bad but the one thing that annoys me the most about it is Joe Lynn Turner. He is undoubtedly a good singer who has done some great solo albums as well as classics with Rainbow and Sunstorm but he does not belong in Deep Purple. He claimed this mess was one of the best Purple albums ever. Arrogant!
Makaitist
Deep Purple in Pop... A sad sight. It would be better again invited to singing in group David Coverdale. Turner is the worst singer.
Macage
Slaves and Masters is not given its due here, folks. For this album, Ritchie Blackmore dumped Ian Gillan from the band and brought in his old chum from Rainbow, Joe Lynn Turner. The album sounds much more like a Turner-era Rainbow album than a Deep Purple album. The first three songs are all really good - King of Dreams (easily the best song on here), The Cut Runs Deep, and Fire In the Basement. It does go downhill a bit from there but the rest of the songs are pretty good. Well, that is with one exception - Love Conquers All, a turd love ballad that is the only song that I skip when I play this album. Fortuneteller is the best song on the back half. Turner is on record saying that they were trying to get a pop-rock hit out of this album and it shows. Many other bands (most notably Aerosmith) tried the same thing in this era with varying results. If you like the Joe Lynn Turner version of Rainbow, you will surely like this. By the way, Turner was booted from the band after the tour and Blackmore reluctantly replaced him with Gillan after much complaining from the band and fans.Here is the list:1. King of Dreams ★★★★- Best song on this album..2. The Cut Runs Deep ★★★3. Fire In the Basement ★★★4. Truth Hurts ★★5. Breakfast In Bed ★★6. Love Conquers All ★- This song sucks!7. Fortuneteller ★★★8. Too Much Is Not Enough ★★9. Wicked Ways. ★★10. Slow Down Sister ★★
Damand
Even though this album doesn't have lan Gillan for vocals, this is a well sounding ablum. It's one, the more you listen the better it sounds and the more you appreciate it. If you don't give it a chance because Gillan isn't singing on it then you will miss out on some really good tunes, some great riff and keyboard playing. It's one to check out!