Tracklist

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CD 1: Mk 1 1968–1969
# Title Rating Length
1 Hush (vsn one) 4:08
2 One More Rainy Day 2:57
3 Help! 5:29
4 And the Address 2:06
5 Hey Bop a Re Bop 3:32
6 Emmaretta 3.5 3:08
7 Wring That Neck 4:42
8 Brian Matthew Interviews Rod Evans 1:28
9 Hey Joe 4 4:03
10 It’s All Over 4:14
11 The Painter (vsn one) 5 2:18
12 Lalena 5 3:33
13 The Painter (vsn two) 2:44
14 I’m So Glad 3:13
15 Hush (vsn four) 2:28
CD 2: Mk 2 1969–1970
# Title Rating Length
1 Ricochet 3:07
2 Bird Has Flown 3:05
3 Speed King 3:25
4 Jam Stew (aka John Stew) 3:57
5 Hard Lovin’ Man 4:14
6 Bloodsucker 3:18
7 Living Wreck (vsn two) 2:58
8 Brian Matthew Interviews Jon Lord 1:36
9 Black Night 3:29
10 Grabsplatter 4:33
11 Into the Fire 3:49
12 Child in Time 10:49

Credits

CD 1: Mk 1 1968–1969

electric bass guitar:
Nick Simper (1968-06-18) (tracks 1–3)
Nick Simper (1968-06-25) (track 4)
Nick Simper (1969) (track 9)
Nick Simper (1969-01-14) (tracks 5–7, 10)
Nick Simper (1969-06-24) (tracks 11–12)
Nick Simper (1969-06-30) (tracks 13–15)
Hammond organ:
Jon Lord (1968-06-18) (tracks 1–3)
Jon Lord (1968-06-25) (track 4)
Jon Lord (1969) (track 9)
Jon Lord (1969-01-14) (tracks 5–7, 10)
Jon Lord (1969-06-24) (tracks 11–12)
Jon Lord (1969-06-30) (tracks 13–15)
drums (drum set):
Ian Paice (1968-06-18) (tracks 1–3)
Ian Paice (1968-06-25) (track 4)
Ian Paice (1969) (track 9)
Ian Paice (1969-01-14) (tracks 5–7, 10)
Ian Paice (1969-06-24) (tracks 11–12)
Ian Paice (1969-06-30) (tracks 13–15)
electric guitar:
Ritchie Blackmore (1968-06-18) (tracks 1–3)
Ritchie Blackmore (1968-06-25) (track 4)
Ritchie Blackmore (1969) (track 9)
Ritchie Blackmore (1969-01-14) (tracks 5–7, 10)
Ritchie Blackmore (1969-06-24) (tracks 11–12)
Ritchie Blackmore (1969-06-30) (tracks 13–15)
background vocals:
Jon Lord (1969) (track 9)
composer:
Ritchie Blackmore (tracks 4, 7)
Jon Lord (tracks 4, 7)
Ian Paice (track 7)
Nick Simper (track 7)
Donovan (Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist) (track 12)
Skip James (track 14)
Billy Roberts (songwriter) (track 9)
Joe South (– 1967) (tracks 1, 15)
lyricist:
Donovan (Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist) (track 12)
Skip James (track 14)
Billy Roberts (songwriter) (track 9)
Joe South (– 1967) (tracks 1, 15)
producer:
Derek Lawrence (track 7)
spoken vocals:
Rod Evans (track 8)
vocals:
Rod Evans (1968-06-18) (tracks 1–3)
Rod Evans (1969) (track 9)
Rod Evans (1969-01-14) (tracks 5–6, 10)
Rod Evans (1969-06-24) (tracks 11–12)
Rod Evans (1969-06-30) (tracks 13–15)
writer:
Bert Russell (track 10)
Ritchie Blackmore (tracks 5, 5–6, 11, 13)
Rod Evans (tracks 2, 5, 5–6, 11, 13)
Mike Leander (track 10)
John Lennon (The Beatles) (track 3)
Jon Lord (tracks 2, 5, 5–6, 11, 13)
Paul McCartney (The Beatles) (track 3)
Ian Paice (tracks 5, 5, 11, 13)
Nick Simper (tracks 11, 13)
phonographic copyright by:
BBC Music (2000) (tracks 6, 11–12)
HEC Enterprises Ltd. (2000) (tracks 6, 11–12)
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 1, 15)
BMG Ufa (not for release label use! this is a music publisher) (tracks 1, 15)
Sony/ATV Melody (track 9)
Third Palm Music (track 9)
recorded at:
BBC 201 Piccadilly, Studio 1 in London, England, United Kingdom (1968-06-18) (tracks 1–3)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1969-01-14) (tracks 5–7, 10)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 5 in London, England, United Kingdom (1969-06-24) (tracks 11–12)
Aeolian Hall Studio 2 in London, England, United Kingdom (1969-06-30) (tracks 13–15)
is the basis for:
later parody versions:
Hell! (track 3)
Hell! (track 3)
Hey Laurie Dann (track 9)
Hey Pete (track 9)
’elp (track 3)
later translated parody versions:
Hep! (track 3)
later translated versions:
Agid! (Help!) (track 3)
Help (Español) (track 3)
Help! (Finnish) (track 3)
Hey Joe (Boris Bukowski) (track 9)
Hey Joe (track 9)
Komm (track 3)
Čovek sam, ženo (track 9)
live cover recording of:
Help! (1968-06-18) (track 3)
Hush (South, Royal, Deep Purple) (1968-06-18) (track 1)
Hey Joe (1969-01-14) (track 9)
It’s All Over (1969-01-14) (track 10)
Lalena (1969-06-24) (track 12)
Hush (South, Royal, Deep Purple) (1969-06-30) (track 15)
I’m So Glad (1969-06-30) (track 14)
live recording of:
One More Rainy Day (1968-06-18) (track 2)
And the Address (1968-06-25) (track 4)
Emmaretta (1969-01-14) (track 6)
Hey Bop a Re Bop (1969-01-14) (track 5)
Wring That Neck (1969-01-14) (track 7)
The Painter (1969-06-24) (track 11)
The Painter (1969-06-30) (track 13)
part of:
Fault Line / The Painter (tracks 11, 13)
recording of:
Hey Bop a Re Bop (1969-01-14) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:
Green Onions / Hush (tracks 1, 15)
Polkas on 45 (track 9)

CD 2: Mk 2 1969–1970

electric bass guitar:
Roger Glover (1969-08-11) (tracks 1–2)
Roger Glover (1969-10-31) (tracks 3–4)
Roger Glover (1970-04-21) (tracks 5–7)
Roger Glover (1970-09-23) (tracks 9–12)
Hammond organ:
Jon Lord (1969-08-11) (tracks 1–2)
Jon Lord (1969-10-31) (tracks 3–4)
Jon Lord (1970-04-21) (tracks 5–7)
Jon Lord (1970-09-23) (tracks 9–12)
drums (drum set):
Ian Paice (1969-08-11) (tracks 1–2)
Ian Paice (1969-10-31) (tracks 3–4)
Ian Paice (1970-04-21) (tracks 5–7)
Ian Paice (1970-09-23) (tracks 9–12)
electric guitar:
Ritchie Blackmore (1969-08-11) (tracks 1–2)
Ritchie Blackmore (1969-10-31) (tracks 3–4)
Ritchie Blackmore (1970-04-21) (tracks 5–7)
Ritchie Blackmore (1970-09-23) (tracks 9–12)
engineer:
Martin Birch (track 5)
producer:
Deep Purple (English rock band) (track 5)
spoken vocals:
Jon Lord (track 8)
Brian Matthew (Broadcaster and Saturday Club Host) (track 8)
Brian Matthew (Broadcaster and Saturday Club Host) (1970-09-23) (track 11)
vocals:
Ian Gillan (1969-08-11) (tracks 1–2)
Ian Gillan (1969-10-31) (tracks 3–4)
Ian Gillan (1970-04-21) (tracks 5–7)
Ian Gillan (1970-09-23) (tracks 9–12)
writer:
Ritchie Blackmore (tracks 1–7, 9–12)
Rod Evans (track 2)
Ian Gillan (tracks 1, 3–7, 9–12)
Roger Glover (tracks 1, 3–7, 9–12)
Jon Lord (tracks 1–4, 6–7, 9–12)
Ian Paice (tracks 1, 3–4, 6–7, 9–12)
publisher:
B. Feldman & Co. (track 12)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (tracks 9, 12)
EMI Music Publishing France (tracks 3, 9, 12)
HEC Music (tracks 2–3, 9, 12)
Henrees Music co. (tracks 3, 9, 12)
recorded at:
Aeolian Hall Studio 2 in London, England, United Kingdom (1969-08-11) (tracks 1–2)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 4 in London, England, United Kingdom (1969-10-31) (tracks 3–4)
Maida Vale Studios: Studio 5 in London, England, United Kingdom (1970-04-21) (tracks 5–7)
has revision:
Bludsucker (track 6)
is based on:
Bombay Calling (track 12)
Ricochet (track 3)
is the basis for:
Speed King (track 1)
later translated versions:
Kindertijd (track 12)
live recording of:
Bird Has Flown (1969-08-11) (track 2)
Ricochet (1969-08-11) (track 1)
Jam Stew (1969-10-31) (track 4)
Speed King (1969-10-31) (track 3)
Black Night (1970-09-23) (track 9)
Child in Time (1970-09-23) (track 12)
Grabsplatter (1970-09-23) (track 10)
Into the Fire (1970-09-23) (track 11)
partial recording of:
Bloodsucker (1970-04-21) (track 6)
Hard Lovin’ Woman (1970-04-21) (track 5)
Living Wreck (1970-04-21) (track 7)
referred to in medleys: