Come Taste The Band - 1975

Line up:

David Coverdale - Lead Vocals
Tommy Bolin - Guitars, Vocals, Bass on "Comin' Home"
Glenn Hughes - Bass, Vocals
Jon Lord - Keyboards, Synthesizer, Backing Vocals
Ian Paice - Drums, Percussions
Come Taste The Band - 1975

Side One:
  1. Comin' Home (David Coverdale, Tommy Bolin, Ian Paice) 3:55
  2. Lady Luck (Coverdale, Jeff Cook) 2:48
  3. Gettin' Tighter (Bolin, Glenn Hughes) 3:37
  4. Dealer (Coverdale, Bolin) 3:50
  5. I Need Love (Coverdale, Bolin) 4:23
Side Two:
  1. Drifter (Coverdale, Bolin) 4:02
  2. Love Child (Coverdale, Bolin) 3:08
  3. This Time Around (Jon Lord, Hughes)/ "Owed to 'G'" (Instrumental) (Bolin) 6:10
  4. You Keep on Moving (Coverdale, Hughes) 5:19


	Come Taste the Band is the tenth studio album by the English rock band Deep Purple
	originally released in October 1975.
	The album was co-produced and engineered by the band and longtime associate Martin Birch.
	It is the only Deep Purple studio record featuring Tommy Bolin,
	who replaced Ritchie Blackmore on guitar.
	When Blackmore left the band, many observers and critics assumed that Deep Purple would not continue.
	It was David Coverdale who asked Jon Lord to keep the band together
	and Tommy Bolin was asked to take the guitar slot.