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Deep Purple's New Album 'All But Finished Except For Vocals'

03/14/2016
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(hennemusic) Deep Purple bassist Roger Glover is sharing an update on the progress of the band's latest album. The group have been working with legendary producer Bob Ezrin, who oversaw their 2013's "Now What?!"

"We started the next album in Nashville on the 28th January," says Glover. "Thirteen days of pre-production and thirteen days recording in the studio. Lucky thirteen because we have thirteen tracks, all but finished except for vocals. Coincidence or what?

"How many will end up on he album is hard to tell yet… maybe all of them, maybe not. I won't even begin to describe the music--an impossible job in any case. Suffice to say I've been listening to the rough mixes and there's a smile on my face. Bob Ezrin and the team did their usual superb job. The next stage will be Ian Gillan and I spending a week together, honing up on the lyrics before recording vocals in Toronto in April." Read more here.

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