|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Play A Tribute To Deep Purple||9||Audio||1973||Stereo Gold Award|
|2||Play A Tribute To Deep Purple||9||Audio||1973||Stereo Gold Award|
|3||Especially For You....||10||Audio||1975||Stereo Gold Award|
|4||Play A Tribute To Deep Purple||9||Audio||2005||Stereo Gold Award|
|5||Play A Tribute To Deep Purple||9||Audio||2012||Flawed Gems|
|6||Play A Tribute To Deep Purple||9||Audio||2012||Kismet (2)|
|7||Play A Tribute To Deep Purple||9||Audio||2012||Prog Rock Records|
Studio band consisting of session musicians formed by [a646974].
The line-up of the [a170355] tribute was:
Vocals: Benny White
Keyboards: Dave Lennox
Guitar: Eric Bell
Bass: Philip Lynott and
Drums: Brian Downey
For the German release, the band's name was changed to "The Rock Machine". The "Funky Junction" tracks from the Gladys Knight album were previously released and credited to "Dianne And The New Worlds" from the Tamla Hits album released in 1971.