Blind

Album: Deep Purple (1969)
  • According to the album liner notes, this is a love song of sorts squeezed into a 12-bar blues format. Composed solely by keyboard player Jon Lord, who abandons his usual organ for the harpsichord, "The middle section is a descending chromatic sequence, which is intended to give a sort of 'slowing down' effect." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander - London, England
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