The Key to the track status is:
U : track or version previously unissued.
C : first time on CD.
R : new 24 bit remaster.
DISC 5: Deep Purple Mk3 (1974)

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[1] Sail Away R
Burn. Coverdale grew up in the North-East, and his debt to Paul Rodgers is clear on this emotive performance of a song he began writing in his days before joining Purple. Remastered for this set from the original album.

[2] Coronarias Redig R
b-side. It had been six years since the band last recorded a studio instrumental, and Blackmore was given plenty of room to stretch out on this obscure b-side. Remastered for this set from the original tapes.

[3] You Fool No One (live)
April 6th 1974
Ontario Speedway, California. One of Mk 3's most imaginative tracks, taken from one of their most infamous concerts, the music overshadowed by the trashing of a TV camera on-stage. From 'California Jamming', EMI 1996.

[4] Mistreated (live) U
April 9th 1974
San Diego Sports Arena. This blues rock track was an album stand-out and even more powerful on-stage, though I've yet to hear it with a guitar opening quite so blisteringly awesome as the one captured here on Mk 3's first American tour. Previously unissued officially, it appeared on the Perks & Tit bootleg.

[5] Space Truckin' (live) U
May 22nd 1974
Kilburn Gaumont. During their UK tour, the band allowed the BBC to broadcast a show in their In Concert slot, issued in 1982 as Live In London but yet to make CD in Europe. The extra-long set-closer has never been issued before anywhere.