|Single by Neil Diamond|
|B-side||"The Time is Now"|
|Neil Diamond singles chronology|
Diamond recorded "Kentucky Woman" as his last hit single for Bang Records. Released in October 1967, it reached #22 on the U.S. pop singles chart. The song went to #58 on the Australian charts. The song reached #6 on the Canadian charts. The song was mixed in mono, which is the common version heard on all Neil Diamond compilations featuring original Bang singles. The only known stereo mix was done in 1978 for a Frog King/Columbia House album called "Early Classics", which has never been released on CD.
Deep Purple cover
|Single by Deep Purple|
|from the album The Book of Taliesyn|
|B-side||"Wring That Neck"|
|Released||December 1968 (US), 1969 (UK)|
|Genre||Hard rock, psychedelic rock|
|Length||4:04 [single version]
4:44 [album version]
|Label||Harvest Records (UK)
|Deep Purple singles chronology|
Recorded by Deep Purple with a vastly different instrumental feel, if not vocal line, it was their second single release in 1968. It managed to reach #38 on the Billboard Hot 100, #21 Canadian RPM charts, and #27 on the Australian Singles Chart where it was released as a double A-Side with "Hush."
The single version is an edit of the album version and is four minutes and four seconds in length. A remastered version appears on the 30th anniversary album The Very Best of Deep Purple and runs for four minutes and forty five seconds.
Deep Purple played "Kentucky Woman" live on tour in 1968 and 1969, even after Ian Gillan joined the band in the summer of 1969. It has never been on Deep Purple's set list since.
- Neil Diamond's charting singles Retrieved September 28, 2011
- Neil Diamond's song chart entries Retrieved September 28, 2011
- Deep Purple's charting singles Retrieved September 28, 2011
- Deep Purple, The Very Best of Deep Purple Retrieved September 28, 2011
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