The Book of Taliesyn

Deep Purple - The Book of Taliesyn
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December 1, 1968 / Release Date
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JustSomeGuy
77
The Book Of Taliesyn is an album that most Deep Purple fans claim is a drastic improvement over Shades, which is honestly really surprising considering this only took a few months to make. However, me personally, I don't think this is as great as Shades was.

I'm not going to sit here and deny the greatness of this album, because that's exactly what this album is: great. For an album that only took six months to make, it is incredibly impressive just how well this album works. This is very much ... read more
JayCrackers
64
Very solid 2nd Album for Deep Purple but nothing truly special on the Album but Overall very Good Album. A Solid 6
89
Truly one of histories most underrated albums. This album is a beautiful sweeping rock classic that sets a story better than I've seen in a long time.
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Track List

  1. Listen, Learn, Read On
  2. Wring That Neck
  3. Kentucky Woman
  4. Exposition / We Can Work It Out
  5. Shield
  6. Anthem
  7. River Deep, Mountain High
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Added on: April 26, 2014