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Highway Star" is a song by the English rock band Deep Purple. It is the opening track on their 1972 album Machine Head and is the fastest song in tempo on the album. It is characterised by long, guitar and organ solos. Organist Jon Lord claimed that the organ and guitar solos were based on Bach-like chord sequences. This song was born on a tour bus going to Portsmouth in 1971 when a reporter asked the band how they wrote songs.
British label Top Sounds Records is releasing an album compiled from the three BBC sessions of The Artwoods: Saturday Club - 13th March 1965, Holiday Pop - 19th April 1965, and Jazz Beat - 8th January 1966. More interviews from the red carpet at The Ivors. Ian Gillan and Ian Paice were interviewed together, and then separately, by the MusicNewsWeb. Paicey mentioned that they’ve just spent 5 weeks in the studio in Nashville, which may or may not result in releasing something, eventually.
Nobody gonna take my car I'm gonna race it to the ground Nobody gonna beat my car It's gonna break the speed of sound Oooh it's a killing machine It's got everything Like a driving power big fat tyres And everything. I love it and I need it I bleed it yeah it's a wild hurricane Alright hold tight I'm a highway star. Nobody gonna take my girl I'm gonna keep her to the end Nobody gonna have my girl She stays close on every bend Oooh she's a killing machine She's got everything Like a moving mouth body control And everything
Highway Star does all this and more, which is why it is so highly regarded. Michael from Morris County, NjGReat song. Really grasps the power and energy of hard rock. Greg from Port St. Lucie, Flthis was rated as the No. 8 guitar solo of all time on DigitalDreamDoor. Daniel from Charlotte, NcThe organ solo is awesome, it sounds like they put it through a guitar amp. Sam from Lincoln, NeRitchie Blackmore's guitar solo is very reminiscent of Eddie Van Halen's fingertapping in "Eruption". Halmyre from Dunfermline, ScotlandHighway Star was written while on the way to a concert; it was played that same night. Tom Bailey of Thompson TwinsSongwriter Interviews.
Опубликовано: 2 years ago. labelDeep Purple labelEnglish labelBritish Band labelMusical Group labelHertford label1968 labelCountry labelEngland labelUnited Kingdom labelUK labelSong labelHighway Star labelSingle labelAlmum labelMachine Head 1972 labelOfficial labelOriginal labelBest Hits labelGreatest Hits labelTop labelPop labelClassic Rock labelCharts labelBillboard. OMG! A band full of sexy men. Not to mention the greatest band OF ALL TIME!
Nobody going to take my car I'm going to race it to the ground Nobody going to beat my car It's going to break the speed of sound Ooh, it's a killing machine It's got everything Like a driving power Big fat tires and everything. I love it And I need it I bleed it Yeah, it's a wild hurricane. Alright, hold tight I'm a highway star. Highway Star is a song by the English rock band Deep Purple. To demonstrate, guitarist Ritchie Blackmore grabbed an acoustic guitar and began playing a riff consisting of a single G repeated over and over, while vocalist Ian Gillan improvised lyrics over the top.
Just hearing any song, like ‘Heavy’, is just one piece of the whole. That said, though, if the only thing you want to listen to is ESP guitars through a rectifier amp then this is not the album for you. Come to a show, though, because there are songs in the set which are for you! This is not your album, though.
Highway Star is found on the album Deep Purple in Concert.
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