Side A: Might Just Take Your Life / Lay Down Stay Down / Mistreated
Side B: Smoke On The Water / You Fool No One (cut)
And released again later from a different master:
“Recorded on Deep Purple Mk 3’s only British tour, at the Gaumont State, Kilburn, North London, on May 22. 1974, towards the end of what had been a very successful tour. The BBC, who had previously recorded Deep Purple for two In Concert shows at their own studios, asked for and got permission to record the show for the programme. This was quite a big deal at the time, something relatively new for the BBC and great for the fans, many of whom spent ages hooking up tape recorders to receivers to capture the show on cassette or reel to reel.”
Read all about it here: http://www.deep-purple.net/review-files/live-in-london/liveinlondon.htm
Released officially in a couple of different versions and formats. It seems that the 2007 CD remaster finally had the complete concert uncut and finally laid the question to rest where the encores were (they didn’t play any – see Tokyo 1973).
Also released on two bootleg LP’s numbered MBP 990 + 991 :
The second DP insert found with a ‘cop & robber’ logo (after Just Might Take Your Life on the Perfect Quality label – see below). Also seen with blank and Ruthless Rhymes labels. Only received a “Gs” quality rating in Hot Wacks.
See the similarities in font and logo shared with both MBP titles.