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Deep Purple: Pop Snobbery

Richard Green, Hit Parader, July 1971

POP SNOBBERY. According to Ian Gillan, of Deep Purple, it's when groups get so selective in their attitude towards work that they cut their dates down to one or two a week — denying their audience the chance to see the people whose record they've just spent money on.

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