February 1965

The Outlaws / Ritchie Blackmore Orchestra / The Lancasters    

People involved

Ritchie Blackmore (gtr); Chas Hodges (bss); Nicky Hopkins (pno); Reg Price (sxp); Mick Underwood (drm).

Again at the initiative of Derek Lawrence, Blackmore and Co. were asked to tape a few singles for the US market. As the Outlaws, they provided some backing for a girl trio called the Murmaids, and as The Lancasters, they recorded a cover of Edvard Grieg's "In The Hall Of The Mountain King". As the Outlaws, they also recorded a single called "Getaway", which was issued in Europe with the label stating Ritchie Blackmore Orchestra.

 

Albums & singles

Satan's Holliday/Earthshaker [The Lancasters] : US 1965 Titan FF 1730

To Know Him Is To Love Him/... [Murmaids & Outlaws] : US 1965 Chattahoochie

Getaway/Little Brown Jug [Outlaws] : US 1965

Getaway/Little Brown Jug [Ritchie Blackmore Orchestra] : UK March 1965 Oriole CB 314

 

 

Material from above appears on...

Ritchie Blackmore Vol. 2 [2lp/cd] : UK 1991 Connoisseur RP VSOP LP/MC/CD 157

Take It! Sessions 63/68 [cd; Blackmore] : UK 1994 RPM Records RPM 120

Blackmore Anthology Vol. 2 [cd] : Japan 199? Teichiku CD TECX-23904

The Derek Lawrence Sessions Take 1 [cd] : Germany 1991 Line Records 9.01118 0

The Derek Lawrence Sessions Take 3 [cd] : Germany 1992 Line Records

25 Very Rare Masters From The Sixties [cd] : Germany February 1997 Line Records 901333

 


     
     
     
     



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