(Reissue) 'Made by 'Pathé Marconi EMI' on label and made by 'Les Industries Musicales Et Electriques Pathé Marconi' on back cover. Price code U on back cover.
Please don't confuse, there is also a version with cat# 2 C 154-93915/6 see (r=7124820) (First press) and (r=1676458) (Second Issue)'[discogs]
(Reissue Remastered Limited Edition) '25th anniversary edition.
Issued in gatefold sleeve with colour printed inner sleeves.
Originally released in 1972.
Digitally remastered at Abbey Road Studios, London.
Repacking produced by Peacock, with thanks to Justine Waller.
Special thanks to Tony Edwards, Deep Purple (Overseas) Ltd. and Roger Glover.
'Recording locations and dates:
A1 Osaka - 16th August 1972
A2 Osaka - 16th August 1972
B1 Osaka - 15th August 1972
B2 Tokyo - 17th August 1972
C1 Osaka - 16th August 1972
C2 Tokyo - 17th August 1972
D Osaka - 16th August 1972'[discogs]
Recorded live in Japan
A1: Osaka - 16th August 1972
A2: Osaka - 16th August 1972
B1: Osaka - 15th August 1972
B2: Toyko - 17th August 1972
C1: Osaka - 16th August 1972
C2: Toyko - 17th August 1972
D: Osaka - 16th August 1972
Audio is remastered from the original 1972 analogue stereo master und cut at Abbey Road Studios
Music publishers - HEC Music
℗ & © 2014 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Deep Purple (Overseas) Ltd. under exclusive license to Universal International Music.
Made and Printed in the E.U.
Very slight ridge towards the very edge of labels.. Made In Japan on labels.
Laminated gatefold sleeve, inside card color on the interior gatefold is gray. The number '7211' on the inside of the gatefold sleeve indicates the production-date of November 1972. . 'The Gramophone Co.' text as top perimeter print, 'Made In Gt. Britain' above bottom perimeter print. Title on labels is 'Deep Purple (Made In Japan)'.
Early US issue, probably from the mid 70's. Comes in a heavy cardboard gatefold sleeve. Warner Burbank labels with Warner logo in the bottom perimeter print. Sides I and IV share a vinyl.[sascha]
Original US issue. Comes in a heavy cardboard gatefold sleeve. Warner Burbank labels without Warner logo in the bottom perimeter print. Sides I and IV share a vinyl.[sascha]