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Re: Morse Can't Play Perfect Strangers


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Namnikufecin wrote:
...but it´s the same band



It has not been the same band since a southern rock influenced guitarist was hired.



Reborn, that's a given! It's impossible to copy Blackmore, so the sound of the band had to change.




I agree with the opening post, that Morse messes up PS.
There is no need to try to copy Blackmore, to do justice to the song. All you need is to understand the musical intention and idea. And to my ears Morse does not understand the tune.

The whammybar stuff and the squeeking overtones takes away the authority and majestic from the song. And we are left with something far less interesting.

But, as I've said before, Paice have to bring back some energy into his playing of the song too, or the tune will die completely.



Agree.

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Perfect Strangers is a pop tune, played hard rock style. All of that whah, whah stuff does sound out of place.



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Perfect Strangers is a pop tune, played hard rock style. All of that whah, whah stuff does sound out of place.




Seems like almost all of us agree that the wammy bar stuff is out of place. Strange that he keeps doing it, when everybody think it is out of place. Why does he hot hear it?

Another thing; Glover also commented on Morses playing, mostly saying how brilliant he is - BUT adding that there are sides to his playing he does not enjoy, and one thing was the cromatic, fast run stuff he puts in everywhere:-)

Can't find the interview now, anyone know it?
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