Smooth Dancer - Deep Purple - Who Do We Think We Are! (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

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  1. Lyrics Artists: D Deep Purple Smooth Dancer. About Smooth Dancer lyrics. Album Who Do We Think We Are () by Deep Purple. Label Purple Records. Written-By. Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Ian Gillan, Jon Lord, Ritchie Blackmore. Producer. Deep Purple.
  2. But you're black and I know just what to do. You're a smooth dancer But it's alright Cos I'm a freelancer And you can never break me though you try To make me think you're magical. I think you're crazy, your two-timing ways They don't bother me none You'd better do it right because one day or night I'm gonna walk to freedom.
  3. Aug 31,  · Track 4 from their seventh album “Who Do We Think We Are” released in copyright Warner Bros./Purple Records. This was the fourth album from the second lineup of the band and it would be.
  4. Deep Purple – Smooth Dancer. 3 Comments; 0 Tags Gillan at that point was more or less completely pissed off after the first recording session for Who do we think we are went so wrong and more and more tensions between the members arose. Great song, the only good one from WDWTWA in my oppinion.
  5. Gillan quit shortly after Who Do We Think We Are was released, though he stayed with the band until June to fulfill touring commitments, but his bark was obviously worse than his bite because he and Blackmore were reunited for the Perfect Strangers album when Deep Purple was reformed with its Mark II line up. The song runs to 4.
  6. Who Do We Think We Are, an Album by Deep Purple. Released in on Purple (catalog no. 2C ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock.
  7. The Complete Albums , a Compilation of songs by Deep Purple. Released 15 October on Rhino (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Hard Rock.
  8. Who Do We Think We Are is the seventh studio album by the English hard rock band Deep Purple, released in It was Deep Purple's last album with singer Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover until ’s Perfect Strangers.. Musically, the record showed a move to a more blues based sound, even featuring scat singing. Although its production and the band's .
  9. 24 Carat Purple, the first compilation worth mentioning after the album, serves as a proof of the softness of Who Do We Think We Are: Woman from Tokyo is the only track - perhaps, debatably, together with the sub-par Never Before - that feels out of place among such monsters as Speed King and Child in Time. Not worthy; does not belong.

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