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Ian Paice and Forever deep


A couple of days ago I went to the local cd store and found in the dP section, what at first looked like the remastered version of MIJ, but was in fact an album called "Ian Paice and Forever Deep Made In Verona".
Of course I had to grab it!
It was recorded live in 2010 with tribute band Forever deep and Ian Paice on all songs:
HS, SKoW, WaBMC,CiT, The mule, WfT, SotW, BN, Lazy.
The sound and performance are real good.
The guitar and organ parts are pretty close to the MIJ versions, and the singing, while colored with an italian accent is excellent!
CiT and SkoW being the best example of this singer's talent!
Ian Paice is of course icing on the cake.
Well worth grabbing if you happen to trip upon it as I did.

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Indeed a very nice cd/gig! I was at the show and reported about it somewhere else on the forum (don't remember where). The band also produced a dvd of the show, professionaly shot with four cameras but for some technical reasons this is not going on sale. It also includes Stormbringer, The mule and Might just take your life.
By the way, Paice is gonna play again with Forever Deep next January, when they will release their first album of original material with Paicey and Don Airey as guests.
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Indeed a very nice cd/gig! I was at the show and reported about it somewhere else on the forum (don't remember where). The band also produced a dvd of the show, professionaly shot with four cameras but for some technical reasons this is not going on sale. It also includes Stormbringer, The mule and Might just take your life.
By the way, Paice is gonna play again with Forever Deep next January, when they will release their first album of original material with Paicey and Don Airey as guests.



Oh cool! Could you keep me updated about that new album? Via PM or [sign in to see URL]!

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Indeed a very nice cd/gig! I was at the show and reported about it somewhere else on the forum (don't remember where). The band also produced a dvd of the show, professionaly shot with four cameras but for some technical reasons this is not going on sale. It also includes Stormbringer, The mule and Might just take your life.
By the way, Paice is gonna play again with Forever Deep next January, when they will release their first album of original material with Paicey and Don Airey as guests.



Oh cool! Could you keep me updated about that new album? Via PM or [sign in to see URL]!



Sure I will! I know it will also feature Tolo Marton on guitar on some tracks. He is one of the best italian guitarists ever and he also played several times with Paice, playing Hendrix and Cream songs. There is a live album by him with Paice on a couple of tracks recorded a few years ago.
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Indeed a very nice cd/gig! I was at the show and reported about it somewhere else on the forum (don't remember where). The band also produced a dvd of the show, professionaly shot with four cameras but for some technical reasons this is not going on sale. It also includes Stormbringer, The mule and Might just take your life.
By the way, Paice is gonna play again with Forever Deep next January, when they will release their first album of original material with Paicey and Don Airey as guests.



Oh cool! Could you keep me updated about that new album? Via PM or [sign in to see URL]!



Sure I will! I know it will also feature Tolo Marton on guitar on some tracks. He is one of the best italian guitarists ever and he also played several times with Paice, playing Hendrix and Cream songs. There is a live album by him with Paice on a couple of tracks recorded a few years ago.



Yes, I bought that Live album too. I didn't like it at first, probably because I was frustrated that Paicey was playing on only two tracks, but then I gave it another try, and since then just love it! Tolo is a real great guitar player.



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Tolo is a real great guitar player.



He started as a proper classic blues player ad then in the mid 70's he joined Le Orme, for me the best italian prog band ever, for one record called "Smogmagica". He then went back as a solo artist. I saw him live several times (and even got the honour of being his bass player for a one night jam!) It's amazing when he plays with Forever Deep, cause he isn't a hard rock guitarist but he's able to inject his own strong musical personality on Blackmore's parts. Oh and he too has a marvellous Stratocaster immaculate sound!
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Tolo is a real great guitar player.



He started as a proper classic blues player ad then in the mid 70's he joined Le Orme, for me the best italian prog band ever, for one record called "Smogmagica". He then went back as a solo artist. I saw him live several times (and even got the honour of being his bass player for a one night jam!) It's amazing when he plays with Forever Deep, cause he isn't a hard rock guitarist but he's able to inject his own strong musical personality on Blackmore's parts. Oh and he too has a marvellous Stratocaster immaculate sound!



I didn't know he plyed with Le Orme, I have Collage, In concerto and Aurora, I'll have to check Smogmagica! Great band too!

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Tolo is a real great guitar player.



He started as a proper classic blues player ad then in the mid 70's he joined Le Orme, for me the best italian prog band ever, for one record called "Smogmagica". He then went back as a solo artist. I saw him live several times (and even got the honour of being his bass player for a one night jam!) It's amazing when he plays with Forever Deep, cause he isn't a hard rock guitarist but he's able to inject his own strong musical personality on Blackmore's parts. Oh and he too has a marvellous Stratocaster immaculate sound!



I didn't know he plyed with Le Orme, I have Collage, In concerto and Aurora, I'll have to check Smogmagica! Great band too!



Indeed! I love them. I think Collage is very good. If you have the chanche, check out also "Uomo di pezza" and "Felona e Sorona". "Smogmagica" is ok and it contains the song "Amico di ieri" one of their most popular songs in Italy but it's a little light and "poppy" compared their usual style. Nevertheless a good album.
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I wish Ian did something more spectacular on side and not another recording of ...covering himself, really. Why can't he team up with anybody worthy and record some instrumental jams like he did at Abbey Road in 2000?
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I wish Ian did something more spectacular on side and not another recording of ...covering himself, really. Why can't he team up with anybody worthy and record some instrumental jams like he did at Abbey Road in 2000?





I completely agree BUT the way I see it is that-from what I understand- Paice doesn't like to practice/work alone, so he "uses" tribute bands to keep in shape and rehearse in front of an audience (he says on that recording that he NEEDS the audience) the songs he'll be playing all year long.
Although, does he really need to rehearse those songs again and again, couldn't he practice and/or jam as you mentionned, SixtyNine? Beats me!

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