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Episode Six - The Roots Of Deep Purple (1991) Sequel Records
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Episode Six were an English rock band formed in Harrow, London in 1965. The band did not have commercial success in the U.K, releasing nine singles that all failed to chart, but they did find minor success in Beirut at the time. Group members Ian Gillan and Roger Glover left in 1969 to join Deep Purple, while drummer Mick Underwood founded Quatermass and later collaborated with Gillan.
Best known as Ian & Roger’s band before Deep Purple, but at various times they also counted amongst their ranks John Gustafson from The Merseybeats and The Spencer Davis Group, John Kerrison from Johnny Kidd & The Pirates, and Mick Underwood from Quartermass and Strapps. Needless to say: these kids were no slouches, even if they never really became good earners for their record labels. They released a steady string of 45s over four years, playing relentlessly across Europe for TV & radio shows, summer tours, the club circuit, opening acts and more, but never managed to put out a full-length album. Luckily though, between their dozen or so 45s and loads of unofficial tapes, we’re blessed with more posthumous material than they ever could’ve released in their own time. There is a fair amount of overlap between a couple of the compilations, but each has some exclusive material the others don’t include.

Tracks:
1. My Babe (Previously Unissued) (02:54)
2. Put Yourself In My Place (02:32)
3. That's All I Want (02:33)
4. I Hear Trumpets Blow (02:31)
5. True Love Is Funny That Way (02:33)
6. Here There And Everywhere (02:12)
7. Mighty Morris Ten (02:24)
8. I Will Warm Your Heart (02:54)
9. Incense (02:44)
10. Love Hate Revenge (02:56)
11. Baby Baby Baby (02:54)
12. Morning Dew (02:58)
13. Sunshine Girl (02:54)
14. I Won't Hurt You (02:33)
15. U.F.O. (02:51)
16. I Can See Through You (03:26)
17. When I Fall In Love (01:58)
18. The Way You Look Tonight (Previously Unissued) (02:21)
19. My Little Red Book (Previously Unissued) (02:31)
20. Plastic Love (1968) (Previously Unissued) (02:31)
21. Time And Motion Man (1968) (Previously Unissued) (02:37)
22. Only Lonely People (1968) (Previously Unissued) (03:18)
23. Little One (02:45)
24. Wide Smiles (01:51)
25. Lucky Sunday (03:45)
26. Mr. Universe (04:20)
27. Mozart Vs The Rest (03:02)
28. Jack D'Or (03:16)

Personnel:
Sheila Carter-Dimmock – vocals, keyboards (1964–1974)
Tony Lander – guitar (1964–1974)
Graham Carter-Dimmock – vocals, guitar (1964–1969)
Roger Glover – bass guitar (1964–1969)
Harvey Shields – drums (1964–1967)
Andy Ross – vocals (1964–1965)
Ian Gillan – vocals (1965–1969)
John Kerrison – drums (1967–1968)
Mick Underwood – drums (1968–1972)
John Gustafson – bass guitar, vocals (1969–1972; died 2014)
Tony Dangerfield – bass guitar (1972–1974)
Dave Lawson – drums (1972–1974)

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