Episode #135 – Ritchie Blackmore’s Gibson ES-335
The Deep Purple Podcast
November 15, 2021
Ritchie Blackmore’s Gibson ES-335
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Ending at 11:00 mark with sweep arpeggios.
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7:00 when band comes in
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3:15 mark into solos, 3:55 from organ solo into Ritchie’s solo
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1:30 into Ritchie crazy solo – 2:30 mark extended solo into “Made in Japan” bit with audience reaction.
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2:00 solo trading off with Jon and sweep arpeggios
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