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(File: DEEP PURPLE) The great Deep Purple singer revisits the music of his youth on 2018 alubm, reuniting with original bandmates from the early 1960s to play the songs of Chuck Berry, Drifters, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly, Bo Diddley etc.

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1 Do You Love Me
2 Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)
3 Memphis, Tennessee
4 Little Egypt (Ying-Yang)
5 High School Confidential
6 It''s so Easy!
7 Save the Last Dance for Me
8 Rock and Roll Music
9 Chains
10 Another Saturday Night
11 You''re Gonna Ruin Me Baby
12 Smokestack Lightnin''
13 Hallelujah I Love Her So
14 Heartbeat
15 What I''d Say
16 Mona (I Need You Baby)

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David Lilly
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
What a gasser!
Reviewed in the United States on November 23, 2018
I like everything about this recording. I''m a big fan of Deep Purple, as long as Ian Gillan is on vocals. It''s a blast to hear him singing these songs from my early days. I love it!
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Willy
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great Rock & Roll
Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2019
I''ve been reading bad reviews about this album all over the internet. I just don''t know what the problem is, it has to be them expecting hard rock. This is not Deep Purple but it is great old time Rock & Roll. You''ve heard all this songs before but this is The Javelin''s... See more
I''ve been reading bad reviews about this album all over the internet. I just don''t know what the problem is, it has to be them expecting hard rock. This is not Deep Purple but it is great old time Rock & Roll. You''ve heard all this songs before but this is The Javelin''s versions. Ian sounds very youthful and does justice to all songs. The band is just great, very professional. If you are a fan of Ian Gillan, Old Rock & Roll or both then buy this album. I love it!!!
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Geoff Wakelam
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A great diversion.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 3, 2018
Back to his roots. He''s still a great rock singer. He has adapted his rock style to compensate for the ravages of time and the fact that he has punished his vocal cords for over 50 years. But here, singing old rock and roll numbers from the fifties and sixties, where raw...See more
Back to his roots. He''s still a great rock singer. He has adapted his rock style to compensate for the ravages of time and the fact that he has punished his vocal cords for over 50 years. But here, singing old rock and roll numbers from the fifties and sixties, where raw power is not needed, his voice has a crystal clarity. It almost sounds as if he could go on for another fifty years if he lives that long. The other guys in the band give great performances too. When Deep Purple put an old rock and roll number on Now What? I thought "why?". But when he''s done one on a solo album, strangely I''ve always liked it. However, I was hesitant to buy a whole album of this genre but am so glad I did. These songs are damn good old classics and performed brilliantly by all concerned. I''ve got all of his solo albums, and I think I almost like this one the most. It truly sounds as if it was recorded for fun, love, and just a jolly good time. This is a band enjoying itself and that feeling passes to the listener. Highly recommended. Give it a go.
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Ramses
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Gillan back to his first love, really good
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 5, 2018
I had the feeling Gillan had some issue with his voice. Saw him with Purple, not convincing. He did not come to the meet and greet. So I feared something. But if THIS album has really been recorded recently, no worries. The voice he still has. So here he got back with his...See more
I had the feeling Gillan had some issue with his voice. Saw him with Purple, not convincing. He did not come to the meet and greet. So I feared something. But if THIS album has really been recorded recently, no worries. The voice he still has. So here he got back with his old mates and this is just pure old school RNR. You feel the joy he had in doing this, and honestly I share it with him if I may. Lovely CD which will maybe sound old-fashioned to youngsters, but will appeal to 50-ish generation like me. Well done, thanks Ian, and stay around please.
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David 'Mars' Howes (NZ)
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Expected Better. Disappointingly Average at Best. LISTEN BEFORE PURCHASE & DECIDE.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 4, 2018
I hesitate to write bad reviews for albums that others love as taste is a personal thing. However in this case I feel it my duty to warn other potential purchasers. If you are not an Ian Gillan completist LISTEN TO SOME TRACKS FIRST AND MAKE UP YOUR OWN MIND. I purchased...See more
I hesitate to write bad reviews for albums that others love as taste is a personal thing. However in this case I feel it my duty to warn other potential purchasers. If you are not an Ian Gillan completist LISTEN TO SOME TRACKS FIRST AND MAKE UP YOUR OWN MIND. I purchased this album because (a) my love of Deep Purple (especialy the Gillan era) (b) My love of Rock and Roll and (c) other great purchaser reviews. Hey I even still enjoy listening to Born Again when the man fronted the mighty Sabbath. ''Born Again'' may not be up there with the greatest Sabbath and Purple albums but''s OK and a great listen in it''s own right. Memphis is one of the all time greatest songs and I love collecting covers of it. At least I now have the worst cover of it! I didn''t own the previous Javelins album but had a couple of tracks off compilations. Their version of ''Can I Get A Witness'' while not rivalling Marvin Gaye is a great fun version with an interesting vocal from Ian. So with this in mind I purchased the new CD. A first warning sign was a glaring error in the cover notes attributed to Ian. He starts talking about the Beatles performing Chubby Checkers ''Twist and Shout'' (mercifully, it''s not on this album). Well Chubby Checker may have done every other song with ''Twist'' in the title but, of course, prior to the Beatles this song was done by the Top Notes and then the Isley Brothers. It was the great Isley Brothers who''s version the Beatles obviously covered as they also took a lot of the Isley''s vocal stylings which they used in many other songs. Why is this important? Well, in my opinion, artists who really understand and care about the origins of the music do the best covers, be they faithful copies or, complete reinventions. All this wouldn''t matter a damn if the music was great. It''s not. Listen to Memphis. On a very mediocre backing track with absolutely no character or flair Ian lays done a vocal that sound''s like karaoke night at the rest home but with less feeling. This at a time when some artists are releasing their best work well into their 70''s (or older). If you don''t believe me compare it to the original by the great Chuck himself or the Dave Clarke 5 with Mike Smith on vocals. Where they present the line ''is only 6 years old'' with emotion Ian lets it pass with barely a whimper. Even the Face''s rock version or Johnny River''s ''party'' version make this version not worth the time. The version of ''Do You Love me'' has none of the excitement of the Contours or Dave Clark 5 and even Brian Poole and the Tremeloes. Some reviewers mention the band being amatuerish and they certainly sound like they are just going through the motions, however for me it is Gillan''s vocal that is the real let down. Is that a serious attempt at Smokestack Lightning.? There''s none of the menace of Howling Wolf''s original nor the rockin'' flair of the Yardbird''s or jazzy flair of Manfred Mann. ''Another Saturday Night'' offers none of the pop/soul brilliance of Sam Cooke nor the interest of the original sounding Cat Stevens cover. Little Egypt is an embarrassment compared to the Coasters version. Please let''s not even talk about the Roy Orbinson, Drifters, Ray Charles or Jerry Lee covers. Do yourself a favour and listen to the originals or one of the many more inspired cover versions of these songs. Some of these songs have been covered by easy listening artists such as Pat Boone, Daniel O''Donnell and Robson and Jerome and though these are not my favourite versions they are better than those by the Javelins. Pat, Daniel etc. are at least true to their style and respect the origin of the songs. Is this really the man that sung "Speed King"? If you love Rock and Roll (or Deep Purple) avoid this CD without first listening to make up your own mind. I wish I had listened first.
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S. Lornie
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Charming
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 9, 2019
Ian Gillan & The Javelins is a concept which I think people have taken the wrong way. The band are old friends, they played together before Gillan''s rise to fame and they''ve gotten together to record a select number of covers from the ''50s and ''60s as a sort of tribute to...See more
Ian Gillan & The Javelins is a concept which I think people have taken the wrong way. The band are old friends, they played together before Gillan''s rise to fame and they''ve gotten together to record a select number of covers from the ''50s and ''60s as a sort of tribute to their days of old. A lot of people seem to have heard or read the concept of this album and thought it''d be something else. This is not another hard rocking album featuring Ian Gillan or anything remotely like Deep Purple. The music on Ian Gillan & The Javelins is about simple beats, clean guitar tones, great vocal hooks and lots of organ. There''s a lot of very recognisable covers of the time featuring Memphis Tennessee, High School Confidential, Smokestack Lightnin'' amongst others. These days, I suppose you could call this soft rock. But back in the early to mid ''60s, this is a pretty rockin'' stuff. The musicianship is very high, each instrument is very well played and sounds quite authentic to the times. The Chuck Berry style rockers have the right amount of energy, the blues songs have that distinct addictive shuffle and the doo-wop songs bring a excellent contrast. It''s a great blend of musical tropes that provide the listener with forty five minutes of good simple fun music. The only real drawback this album has is the fact it''s very over produced. I personally feel that sterility and the heavy drums and bass guitar suck a bit of life out of the recording. Had this album been given a more "live in the studio" style of production, I think it would have benefited the music big time. With all that said, I still think this is a good sounding record and this is only a minor gripe. A lot of what is on offer here has been covered by a lot of bands back in the day. But for fans like myself who are into The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Shadows etc, there is a lot on offer here and I would recommend picking it up. Especially if its on heavy discount. It''s nothing special by any means but definitely delivers where it said it would.
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Nessis
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good fun music
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 2, 2018
Good fun music,16 songs in the sixties style. Extremely well performed by Sixties players. The original band, 1962 - 2018.
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