Friday, November 5, 2021

Deep Purple stream cover of Fleetwood Mac classic

Deep Purple are streaming a new video featuring a cover of the 1969 Fleetwood Mac classic, “Oh Well.”

The track appears on the band’s forthcoming covers collection, “Turning To Crime”, which includes songs originally done by Cream, The Yardbirds, Bob Dylan and more.

Due November 26, the set was recorded in Nashville, TN with producer Bob Ezrin; it follows 2013’s “Now What?!”, 2017’s “InFinite” and 202’s “Whoosh!” as the pairing’s fourth consecutive studio project.

Billed as “the time trilogy”, the group’s last three albums have sold over 1 million copies, topped the charts 11 times and achieved more than 40 Top 10 positions worldwide.

Deep Purple recently introduced “Turning To Crime” with the set’s lead single, a cover of the 1966 Arthur Lee and Love track, “7 and 7 Is.”

Deep Purple
“Turning To Crime”

Release date: November 26

01. 7 And 7 Is (orig by Love)
02. Rockin’ Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu (orig by Huey ‘Piano’ Smith)
03. Oh Well (orig by Fleetwood Mac)
04. Jenny Take A Ride! (orig by Mitch Ryder And The Detroit Wheels)
05. Watching The River Flow (orig by Bob Dylan)
06. Let The Good Times Roll (orig by Ray Charles and Quincy Jones)
07. Dixie Chicken (orig by Little Feat)
08. Shapes Of Things (orig by The Yardbirds)
09. The Battle Of New Orleans (orig by Lonnie Donegan/Johnny Horton)
10. Lucifer (orig by Bob Seger System)
11. White Room (orig by Cream)
12. Caught In The Act [Medley: Going Down/Green Onions/Hot ‘Lanta/Dazed and Confused/Gimme Some Lovin’]

See also:

Deep Purple release 7 And 7 Is video
Deep Purple announce covers album Turning To Crime
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