No No No


  • Said to be influenced by Shuggie Otis, in The Complete Deep Purple, bass player Roger Glover said of this track, "A lot of it is understated, it's not flash... very coolly played."
  • Running to 6 minutes 54 seconds on the 1971 Fireball album, "No No No" is a group composition. Writing for the Guardian in July 2015, Tim Hall listed it his Number 2 Blackmore track behind only "Speed King." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

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  • Mike from New Zealandline should be " The greenies gonna get them make them suffer so hard" ; not " the greenies gonna get them make them serve stars"
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