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9 thoughts on “ You Fool No One (1) - Deep Purple - Mark III (CD)

  1. You fool no one, waiting to see if I'm gone. So hard to see you are taking your chances with me. If I find you with some other man you know what I'm gonna do. Better run if you see me comin', ah. Soon you will fall, making mistakes like before. When you tell me lies I can see by the look in your eyes. If you think you're gonna take me for granted.
  2. You fool no one, waiting to see if I'm gone So hard to see, you are taking your chances with me If I find you with the other man, you know what I'm gonna do You better run if you see me comin' Soon you will fall, making mistakes like before When you tell me lies, I can see by the look in your eyes If you think you're gonna take me for granted.
  3. Deep Purple - You Fool No One Guitar Tab. Can't play "You Fool No One"? Improve your playing via easy step-by-step video lessons! Ritchie Blackmore - Distortion Guitar.
  4. Deep Purple Burn on g LP. Mastered by Joe Reagoso. Friday Music / Deep Purple Gram Vinyl Series. For ’s Burn, Deep Purple founders Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Paice and Jon Lord recruited the amazing vocal talents of rising new comer David Coverdale (Whitesnake, Coverdale/Page) and power bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes (Trapeze/Black Sabbath/Hughes Turner Project/Black Country .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mk III • The Final Concerts on Discogs/5(30).
  6. deep purple in - News, CD Reviews chance of the band ever performing the songs "You Fool No One", frontman David Coverdale's time as the lead singer for DEEP PURPLE's Mark III and Mark IV.
  7. 1. Burn 2. Might just take your life 3. Lay down, stay down 4. Mistreated 5. Smoke on the water 6. You fool no one / The mule CD2: () 1. Space Truckin' Total Time: Line-up / Musicians - David Coverdale / vocals - Richie Blackmore / guitars - Jon Lord / keyboards - Glenn hughes / bass & vocals - Ian Paice / drums. Releases information/5(4).
  8. Live in Paris is one of the most significant live albums in Deep Purple’s catalogue for two reasons. Firstly, it’s the only Purple live album that contains “The Gypsy”, one of the best tracks from birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.xyzinfoly and more importantly, it marks Blackmore’s last appearance with the band until they reformed in
  9. Mark III; Burn () 1. Burn 2. Might just take your life 3. Lay down, stay down 4. Sail away 5. You fool no one 6. What's goin' on here 7. Mistreated 8. "A" (Instrumental) Stormbringer () 1. Stormbringer 2. Love don't mean a thing 3. Holy man 4. Hold on 5. Lady Double Dealer 6. You can't do it right (with the one you love) 7. High.

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