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Blackmore's effects (delay?) in Son of Alerik and Hungry Daze (Deep Purple)

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can you tell me about effects and techniques used in certain parts of two Deep Purple's songs off Perfect Strangers album? Did Ritchie use a delay pedal or these are studio effects added during the production stage?

1 Hungry Daze 2:37 until 3:02 mark. See and hear below (I can hear a delay effect thorough, although Blackmore is known to not use delay at all?).

2 Son of Alerik:
7:07 - 7:57 (I am not sure if this is all delay or he picks all those notes but for example the part at 7:22 - 7:23 must be delay. Then from 7:40 he does some volume swells?).
Any answer appreciated.
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