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Would you invite someone who sued you to your own family party? Probably not, why do you expect band would be happy to invite someone who made legal action against them to guest with them? I mean - the problem is mainly on RITCHIE´s side - that he is still acting like "enemy" towards present band - which is proven by his legal action in 2013, his very negative statements towards Jon Lord´s Tribute concert and later by his comments about RRHOF (I find it shocking that after those two previous events he expects to be "welcomed" as good buddy of others or what????).



Everyone in life has times when they argue and fall out with those closest to them ,be it family or close friends .One of the great things in life though is that if were lucky we get the chance to make amends and forgive and forget.I just think that given their advanced years ,lets face it they dont have many good years left on this planet before old age really takes a grip ,that it would have been nice to see the guys who made the legend perform one last time.David Coverdale seems to have reached that stage in his life where he is reaching out to past bandmates and trying to heal the rifts sadly it seems Gillan never will.Who cares really ?



As you go through life you would hope that eventually there is some sort of maturing that happens. My eldest daughter got married and I walked her down the aisle and sat on the top table that included my ex wife. Sometimes you have to think of and do what is best for the occasion, extended family and friends.
IG is well into his 70's but seems unable to move on. It is not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but it would have been nice for the fans.
Didn't KISS reunite the original line up for the RRHOF presentation after the problems they had in the past?



You say Ian Gillan is unable to move on, ok sure. What about Ritchie Blackmore, is he "able to move on"?
Honestly? Where was he for the Jon Lord Tribute? Or for the other occations when dp have been honoured? Please tell us.

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Would you invite someone who sued you to your own family party? Probably not, why do you expect band would be happy to invite someone who made legal action against them to guest with them? I mean - the problem is mainly on RITCHIE´s side - that he is still acting like "enemy" towards present band - which is proven by his legal action in 2013, his very negative statements towards Jon Lord´s Tribute concert and later by his comments about RRHOF (I find it shocking that after those two previous events he expects to be "welcomed" as good buddy of others or what????).



Everyone in life has times when they argue and fall out with those closest to them ,be it family or close friends .One of the great things in life though is that if were lucky we get the chance to make amends and forgive and forget.I just think that given their advanced years ,lets face it they dont have many good years left on this planet before old age really takes a grip ,that it would have been nice to see the guys who made the legend perform one last time.David Coverdale seems to have reached that stage in his life where he is reaching out to past bandmates and trying to heal the rifts sadly it seems Gillan never will.Who cares really ?



As you go through life you would hope that eventually there is some sort of maturing that happens. My eldest daughter got married and I walked her down the aisle and sat on the top table that included my ex wife. Sometimes you have to think of and do what is best for the occasion, extended family and friends.
IG is well into his 70's but seems unable to move on. It is not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but it would have been nice for the fans.
Didn't KISS reunite the original line up for the RRHOF presentation after the problems they had in the past?



You say Ian Gillan is unable to move on, ok sure. What about Ritchie Blackmore, is he "able to move on"?
Honestly? Where was he for the Jon Lord Tribute? Or for the other occations when dp have been honoured? Please tell us.



perhaps Blackers didn't feel welcome?after all the only MK2 member who kept in contact and had nice things to say about him was Jon himself!Ritchie has done his own personal tributes to Jon anyway!
Dont forget that its Ritchie himself who has touted the idea of a one off show for nostalgia ,seems to me hes moved on?And what was old gallons response to that suggestion ?oh yes he said that ritchies playing wasnt at a suitable standard anymore !! Oh the irony emoticon
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Well, Ian certainly knows a thing or two about performing on a subpar level...
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Would you invite someone who sued you to your own family party? Probably not, why do you expect band would be happy to invite someone who made legal action against them to guest with them? I mean - the problem is mainly on RITCHIE´s side - that he is still acting like "enemy" towards present band - which is proven by his legal action in 2013, his very negative statements towards Jon Lord´s Tribute concert and later by his comments about RRHOF (I find it shocking that after those two previous events he expects to be "welcomed" as good buddy of others or what????).



Everyone in life has times when they argue and fall out with those closest to them ,be it family or close friends .One of the great things in life though is that if were lucky we get the chance to make amends and forgive and forget.I just think that given their advanced years ,lets face it they dont have many good years left on this planet before old age really takes a grip ,that it would have been nice to see the guys who made the legend perform one last time.David Coverdale seems to have reached that stage in his life where he is reaching out to past bandmates and trying to heal the rifts sadly it seems Gillan never will.Who cares really ?



As you go through life you would hope that eventually there is some sort of maturing that happens. My eldest daughter got married and I walked her down the aisle and sat on the top table that included my ex wife. Sometimes you have to think of and do what is best for the occasion, extended family and friends.
IG is well into his 70's but seems unable to move on. It is not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but it would have been nice for the fans.
Didn't KISS reunite the original line up for the RRHOF presentation after the problems they had in the past?



You say Ian Gillan is unable to move on, ok sure. What about Ritchie Blackmore, is he "able to move on"?
Honestly? Where was he for the Jon Lord Tribute? Or for the other occations when dp have been honoured? Please tell us.



He seems more willing to move on, but of course I am not 100% sure of this as I am simply a DP fan who looks on from afar. I am not friends with any member of the band and cannot give you "facts". Whether RB actually had any intention of turning up, again that is something I will never know.
I agree that he should have been at the JL Tribute, 100%....edit..but maybe he was made to feel like he wasn't wanted there?
As for other occasions where DP have been honoured, I am unaware of who turned up to any of them as they don't reall mean much to me. I just thought a one off (or one song) performance with everyone involved would have been a nice thing to happen. My honest opinion is that adults in their 70's acting like children over things that happened 30+ years ago isn't a very good look.

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leelyt wrote:

quote:

Concrete god wrote:

quote:

leelyt wrote:

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lightintheblack0 wrote:

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ptr wrote:



Would you invite someone who sued you to your own family party? Probably not, why do you expect band would be happy to invite someone who made legal action against them to guest with them? I mean - the problem is mainly on RITCHIE´s side - that he is still acting like "enemy" towards present band - which is proven by his legal action in 2013, his very negative statements towards Jon Lord´s Tribute concert and later by his comments about RRHOF (I find it shocking that after those two previous events he expects to be "welcomed" as good buddy of others or what????).



Everyone in life has times when they argue and fall out with those closest to them ,be it family or close friends .One of the great things in life though is that if were lucky we get the chance to make amends and forgive and forget.I just think that given their advanced years ,lets face it they dont have many good years left on this planet before old age really takes a grip ,that it would have been nice to see the guys who made the legend perform one last time.David Coverdale seems to have reached that stage in his life where he is reaching out to past bandmates and trying to heal the rifts sadly it seems Gillan never will.Who cares really ?



As you go through life you would hope that eventually there is some sort of maturing that happens. My eldest daughter got married and I walked her down the aisle and sat on the top table that included my ex wife. Sometimes you have to think of and do what is best for the occasion, extended family and friends.
IG is well into his 70's but seems unable to move on. It is not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but it would have been nice for the fans.
Didn't KISS reunite the original line up for the RRHOF presentation after the problems they had in the past?



You say Ian Gillan is unable to move on, ok sure. What about Ritchie Blackmore, is he "able to move on"?
Honestly? Where was he for the Jon Lord Tribute? Or for the other occations when dp have been honoured? Please tell us.



He seems more willing to move on, but of course I am not 100% sure of this as I am simply a DP fan who looks on from afar. I am not friends with any member of the band and cannot give you "facts". Whether RB actually had any intention of turning up, again that is something I will never know.
I agree that he should have been at the JL Tribute, 100%....edit..but maybe he was made to feel like he wasn't wanted there?
As for other occasions where DP have been honoured, I am unaware of who turned up to any of them as they don't reall mean much to me. I just thought a one off (or one song) performance with everyone involved would have been a nice thing to happen. My honest opinion is that adults in their 70's acting like children over things that happened 30+ years ago isn't a very good look.



But you seem to jump at every opportunity to blame Ian Gillan for everything...?
Maybe you should look in the mirror sometimes..?

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quote:

lightintheblack0 wrote:

quote:

Concrete god wrote:

quote:

leelyt wrote:

quote:

lightintheblack0 wrote:

quote:

ptr wrote:



Would you invite someone who sued you to your own family party? Probably not, why do you expect band would be happy to invite someone who made legal action against them to guest with them? I mean - the problem is mainly on RITCHIE´s side - that he is still acting like "enemy" towards present band - which is proven by his legal action in 2013, his very negative statements towards Jon Lord´s Tribute concert and later by his comments about RRHOF (I find it shocking that after those two previous events he expects to be "welcomed" as good buddy of others or what????).



Everyone in life has times when they argue and fall out with those closest to them ,be it family or close friends .One of the great things in life though is that if were lucky we get the chance to make amends and forgive and forget.I just think that given their advanced years ,lets face it they dont have many good years left on this planet before old age really takes a grip ,that it would have been nice to see the guys who made the legend perform one last time.David Coverdale seems to have reached that stage in his life where he is reaching out to past bandmates and trying to heal the rifts sadly it seems Gillan never will.Who cares really ?



As you go through life you would hope that eventually there is some sort of maturing that happens. My eldest daughter got married and I walked her down the aisle and sat on the top table that included my ex wife. Sometimes you have to think of and do what is best for the occasion, extended family and friends.
IG is well into his 70's but seems unable to move on. It is not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but it would have been nice for the fans.
Didn't KISS reunite the original line up for the RRHOF presentation after the problems they had in the past?



You say Ian Gillan is unable to move on, ok sure. What about Ritchie Blackmore, is he "able to move on"?
Honestly? Where was he for the Jon Lord Tribute? Or for the other occations when dp have been honoured? Please tell us.



perhaps Blackers didn't feel welcome?after all the only MK2 member who kept in contact and had nice things to say about him was Jon himself!Ritchie has done his own personal tributes to Jon anyway!
Dont forget that its Ritchie himself who has touted the idea of a one off show for nostalgia ,seems to me hes moved on?And what was old gallons response to that suggestion ?oh yes he said that ritchies playing wasnt at a suitable standard anymore !! Oh the irony emoticon



 emoticon emoticon yes sooo much irony! Got that one nailed!

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quote:

Concrete god wrote:

quote:

leelyt wrote:

quote:

Concrete god wrote:

quote:

leelyt wrote:

quote:

lightintheblack0 wrote:

quote:

ptr wrote:



Would you invite someone who sued you to your own family party? Probably not, why do you expect band would be happy to invite someone who made legal action against them to guest with them? I mean - the problem is mainly on RITCHIE´s side - that he is still acting like "enemy" towards present band - which is proven by his legal action in 2013, his very negative statements towards Jon Lord´s Tribute concert and later by his comments about RRHOF (I find it shocking that after those two previous events he expects to be "welcomed" as good buddy of others or what????).



Everyone in life has times when they argue and fall out with those closest to them ,be it family or close friends .One of the great things in life though is that if were lucky we get the chance to make amends and forgive and forget.I just think that given their advanced years ,lets face it they dont have many good years left on this planet before old age really takes a grip ,that it would have been nice to see the guys who made the legend perform one last time.David Coverdale seems to have reached that stage in his life where he is reaching out to past bandmates and trying to heal the rifts sadly it seems Gillan never will.Who cares really ?



As you go through life you would hope that eventually there is some sort of maturing that happens. My eldest daughter got married and I walked her down the aisle and sat on the top table that included my ex wife. Sometimes you have to think of and do what is best for the occasion, extended family and friends.
IG is well into his 70's but seems unable to move on. It is not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but it would have been nice for the fans.
Didn't KISS reunite the original line up for the RRHOF presentation after the problems they had in the past?



You say Ian Gillan is unable to move on, ok sure. What about Ritchie Blackmore, is he "able to move on"?
Honestly? Where was he for the Jon Lord Tribute? Or for the other occations when dp have been honoured? Please tell us.



He seems more willing to move on, but of course I am not 100% sure of this as I am simply a DP fan who looks on from afar. I am not friends with any member of the band and cannot give you "facts". Whether RB actually had any intention of turning up, again that is something I will never know.
I agree that he should have been at the JL Tribute, 100%....edit..but maybe he was made to feel like he wasn't wanted there?
As for other occasions where DP have been honoured, I am unaware of who turned up to any of them as they don't reall mean much to me. I just thought a one off (or one song) performance with everyone involved would have been a nice thing to happen. My honest opinion is that adults in their 70's acting like children over things that happened 30+ years ago isn't a very good look.



But you seem to jump at every opportunity to blame Ian Gillan for everything...?
Maybe you should look in the mirror sometimes..?



Everything? What have I blamed IG for, other than the RRHOF?
I do happen to belive that IG behaved childishly over the RRHOF, although I believe that RB has behaved childishly over many things.
Why do you feel the need to tell me to look in the mirror? If you don't agree with someone are you not capable of accepting other opinions?
You accused me previously of being ant SM, and then couldn't find a single post where I had ever said anything negative about him. Now your latest attack is I always blame IG and need to look in the mirror over childish behaviour? What is your problem?
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quote:

leelyt wrote:

quote:

Concrete god wrote:

quote:

leelyt wrote:

quote:

lightintheblack0 wrote:

quote:

ptr wrote:



Would you invite someone who sued you to your own family party? Probably not, why do you expect band would be happy to invite someone who made legal action against them to guest with them? I mean - the problem is mainly on RITCHIE´s side - that he is still acting like "enemy" towards present band - which is proven by his legal action in 2013, his very negative statements towards Jon Lord´s Tribute concert and later by his comments about RRHOF (I find it shocking that after those two previous events he expects to be "welcomed" as good buddy of others or what????).



Everyone in life has times when they argue and fall out with those closest to them ,be it family or close friends .One of the great things in life though is that if were lucky we get the chance to make amends and forgive and forget.I just think that given their advanced years ,lets face it they dont have many good years left on this planet before old age really takes a grip ,that it would have been nice to see the guys who made the legend perform one last time.David Coverdale seems to have reached that stage in his life where he is reaching out to past bandmates and trying to heal the rifts sadly it seems Gillan never will.Who cares really ?



As you go through life you would hope that eventually there is some sort of maturing that happens. My eldest daughter got married and I walked her down the aisle and sat on the top table that included my ex wife. Sometimes you have to think of and do what is best for the occasion, extended family and friends.
IG is well into his 70's but seems unable to move on. It is not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but it would have been nice for the fans.
Didn't KISS reunite the original line up for the RRHOF presentation after the problems they had in the past?



You say Ian Gillan is unable to move on, ok sure. What about Ritchie Blackmore, is he "able to move on"?
Honestly? Where was he for the Jon Lord Tribute? Or for the other occations when dp have been honoured? Please tell us.



He seems more willing to move on, but of course I am not 100% sure of this as I am simply a DP fan who looks on from afar. I am not friends with any member of the band and cannot give you "facts". Whether RB actually had any intention of turning up, again that is something I will never know.
I agree that he should have been at the JL Tribute, 100%....edit..but maybe he was made to feel like he wasn't wanted there?
As for other occasions where DP have been honoured, I am unaware of who turned up to any of them as they don't reall mean much to me. I just thought a one off (or one song) performance with everyone involved would have been a nice thing to happen. My honest opinion is that adults in their 70's acting like children over things that happened 30+ years ago isn't a very good look.



He is so much willing to move on after 20 years since his departure from the band, that he attacked them legally…. You still try to ignore this elephant in the house - Ritchie still acts like ENEMY to current band and then you say "maybe he felt not welcomed"??? This is just NUTS.
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quote:

leelyt wrote:

quote:

Concrete god wrote:

quote:

leelyt wrote:

quote:

Concrete god wrote:

quote:

leelyt wrote:

quote:

lightintheblack0 wrote:

quote:

ptr wrote:



Would you invite someone who sued you to your own family party? Probably not, why do you expect band would be happy to invite someone who made legal action against them to guest with them? I mean - the problem is mainly on RITCHIE´s side - that he is still acting like "enemy" towards present band - which is proven by his legal action in 2013, his very negative statements towards Jon Lord´s Tribute concert and later by his comments about RRHOF (I find it shocking that after those two previous events he expects to be "welcomed" as good buddy of others or what????).



Everyone in life has times when they argue and fall out with those closest to them ,be it family or close friends .One of the great things in life though is that if were lucky we get the chance to make amends and forgive and forget.I just think that given their advanced years ,lets face it they dont have many good years left on this planet before old age really takes a grip ,that it would have been nice to see the guys who made the legend perform one last time.David Coverdale seems to have reached that stage in his life where he is reaching out to past bandmates and trying to heal the rifts sadly it seems Gillan never will.Who cares really ?



As you go through life you would hope that eventually there is some sort of maturing that happens. My eldest daughter got married and I walked her down the aisle and sat on the top table that included my ex wife. Sometimes you have to think of and do what is best for the occasion, extended family and friends.
IG is well into his 70's but seems unable to move on. It is not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but it would have been nice for the fans.
Didn't KISS reunite the original line up for the RRHOF presentation after the problems they had in the past?



You say Ian Gillan is unable to move on, ok sure. What about Ritchie Blackmore, is he "able to move on"?
Honestly? Where was he for the Jon Lord Tribute? Or for the other occations when dp have been honoured? Please tell us.



He seems more willing to move on, but of course I am not 100% sure of this as I am simply a DP fan who looks on from afar. I am not friends with any member of the band and cannot give you "facts". Whether RB actually had any intention of turning up, again that is something I will never know.
I agree that he should have been at the JL Tribute, 100%....edit..but maybe he was made to feel like he wasn't wanted there?
As for other occasions where DP have been honoured, I am unaware of who turned up to any of them as they don't reall mean much to me. I just thought a one off (or one song) performance with everyone involved would have been a nice thing to happen. My honest opinion is that adults in their 70's acting like children over things that happened 30+ years ago isn't a very good look.



But you seem to jump at every opportunity to blame Ian Gillan for everything...?
Maybe you should look in the mirror sometimes..?



Everything? What have I blamed IG for, other than the RRHOF?
I do happen to belive that IG behaved childishly over the RRHOF, although I believe that RB has behaved childishly over many things.
Why do you feel the need to tell me to look in the mirror? If you don't agree with someone are you not capable of accepting other opinions?
You accused me previously of being ant SM, and then couldn't find a single post where I had ever said anything negative about him. Now your latest attack is I always blame IG and need to look in the mirror over childish behaviour? What is your problem?



It's not really a problem is it? Read your previous posts regarding IG and you see a pattern..
Anyway it's your opinion and I choose to have a different view. And you are funny in the way you behave like a child if anyone oppose you. But feel comfortable to accuse others of everything they "might" have done.. emoticon
          

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quote:

leelyt wrote:

quote:

Concrete god wrote:

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leelyt wrote:

quote:

Concrete god wrote:

quote:

leelyt wrote:

quote:

lightintheblack0 wrote:

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ptr wrote:



Would you invite someone who sued you to your own family party? Probably not, why do you expect band would be happy to invite someone who made legal action against them to guest with them? I mean - the problem is mainly on RITCHIE´s side - that he is still acting like "enemy" towards present band - which is proven by his legal action in 2013, his very negative statements towards Jon Lord´s Tribute concert and later by his comments about RRHOF (I find it shocking that after those two previous events he expects to be "welcomed" as good buddy of others or what????).



Everyone in life has times when they argue and fall out with those closest to them ,be it family or close friends .One of the great things in life though is that if were lucky we get the chance to make amends and forgive and forget.I just think that given their advanced years ,lets face it they dont have many good years left on this planet before old age really takes a grip ,that it would have been nice to see the guys who made the legend perform one last time.David Coverdale seems to have reached that stage in his life where he is reaching out to past bandmates and trying to heal the rifts sadly it seems Gillan never will.Who cares really ?



As you go through life you would hope that eventually there is some sort of maturing that happens. My eldest daughter got married and I walked her down the aisle and sat on the top table that included my ex wife. Sometimes you have to think of and do what is best for the occasion, extended family and friends.
IG is well into his 70's but seems unable to move on. It is not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but it would have been nice for the fans.
Didn't KISS reunite the original line up for the RRHOF presentation after the problems they had in the past?



You say Ian Gillan is unable to move on, ok sure. What about Ritchie Blackmore, is he "able to move on"?
Honestly? Where was he for the Jon Lord Tribute? Or for the other occations when dp have been honoured? Please tell us.



He seems more willing to move on, but of course I am not 100% sure of this as I am simply a DP fan who looks on from afar. I am not friends with any member of the band and cannot give you "facts". Whether RB actually had any intention of turning up, again that is something I will never know.
I agree that he should have been at the JL Tribute, 100%....edit..but maybe he was made to feel like he wasn't wanted there?
As for other occasions where DP have been honoured, I am unaware of who turned up to any of them as they don't reall mean much to me. I just thought a one off (or one song) performance with everyone involved would have been a nice thing to happen. My honest opinion is that adults in their 70's acting like children over things that happened 30+ years ago isn't a very good look.



But you seem to jump at every opportunity to blame Ian Gillan for everything...?
Maybe you should look in the mirror sometimes..?



Everything? What have I blamed IG for, other than the RRHOF?
I do happen to belive that IG behaved childishly over the RRHOF, although I believe that RB has behaved childishly over many things.
Why do you feel the need to tell me to look in the mirror? If you don't agree with someone are you not capable of accepting other opinions?
You accused me previously of being ant SM, and then couldn't find a single post where I had ever said anything negative about him. Now your latest attack is I always blame IG and need to look in the mirror over childish behaviour? What is your problem?



It's not really a problem is it? Read your previous posts regarding IG and you see a pattern..
Anyway it's your opinion and I choose to have a different view. And you are funny in the way you behave like a child if anyone oppose you. But feel comfortable to accuse others of everything they "might" have done.. emoticon
          



I don't see any pattern. Where have I made any of these comments?
Maybe it is another instance of you imagining it, who knows?
I will be interested to see where these comments are?
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