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No he "didnt set to mood" with other peoples work.



 emoticon YOU are the one who told us all that thats what he did??? Make your mind up man emoticon




I meant that sound of instrument creates some sort of mood. emoticon

The difference is:
It wasnt like "hey let´s make something like Doors Riders On The Storm with Fender Rhodes...." - but it was like "hmmm... this sounds like nice song, but it´s lacking something like Fender Rhodes piano(JUST LIKE THE DOORS RIDERS ON THE STORM BUT NOT REALLY STEALING IT LIKE RITCHIE BLACKMORE ONLY BORROWING IT TO SET THE MOOD) - creating specific mood". emoticon



there i fixed it for you emoticon
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YOU are the one who mentioned Ritche is famous for what he did in the past and that he walked away from that fame ,somehow implying that Gillan and co are famous for anything post 70s?


Did I? Where? Or did you read something into my posts, that I did not write nor mean?



If that wasn't what you meant then my apologies , please explain what you did mean ?



I never implied, that Gillan is famous for his post purple work. By the way, he also isn't famous for his work with Episode 6. Like Blackmore, Lord, Paice and Glover he became famous with DP MK2. This is what I meant.



ah i see Friedheim my apologies ,so why didn't you say that ? emoticon



Because I didn't know, that someone would read something in my words, I hadn't said. If I would have expected it, I surely would have explained it. I just didn't know that there was a need for explaining.
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No he "didnt set to mood" with other peoples work.



 emoticon YOU are the one who told us all that thats what he did??? Make your mind up man emoticon




I meant that sound of instrument creates some sort of mood. emoticon

The difference is:
It wasnt like "hey let´s make something like Doors Riders On The Storm with Fender Rhodes...." - but it was like "hmmm... this sounds like nice song, but it´s lacking something like Fender Rhodes piano(JUST LIKE THE DOORS RIDERS ON THE STORM BUT NOT REALLY STEALING IT LIKE RITCHIE BLACKMORE ONLY BORROWING IT TO SET THE MOOD) - creating specific mood". emoticon



there i fixed it for you emoticon



You are hopeless case if you dont hear the difference between two songs and you are unable to hear that in Riders On The Storm Fender Rhodes piano plays key role in the song, it´s the only keyboard instrument in the song, plays main role..... and that in case of Blood From A Stone it´s just obvious "addition" to enrich the sound....
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Can't we discuss here without calling other people mad, helpless and so on? Can't we just leave everyone his opinion?
I try once more, to explain how certain people may feel about DP. I grew up with MK2. I was young, it was music that effected my live. Other people grew up with MK3, their music hade the same effects on them. Then there are people, who grew up with DP after the reunion. There lifes were effected as much as mine in the early seventies. And then there are people, who grew up with MK Morse. And they may feel the same. For instance my now 22 year old youngest son "had" to grew up with DP. He saw the Wacken-gig on TV. It was the first DP-concert he witnessed. He watched it again and again and again. And he will he always rate it higher than "Made in Japan", an album which can't be beaten in my opinion.
By the way and off topic: Before or after the gig (I don't know) the band was interviewed on German television and Don told a very funny story about Jon: Once a very, very excited fan met Jon Lord. He ran over and said, nervous as he was: "Oh man, Jon Lord! You are my greatest fan." Jon looked at him, shook his hand and said: "Nice to meet you, Johann Sebastian Bach."
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Thumbs up to your son!! Every line up of this group has something to offer. Some people just cannot come to grips with the fact that the MK Morse/Airey line has a lot of fans so they resort to name calling or put downs.
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I'm sure lots of songs from the past sounds similar to other songs, but if the writer or performer does not complain or sues, then neither would I. emoticon
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By the way and off topic: Before or after the gig (I don't know) the band was interviewed on German television and Don told a very funny story about Jon: Once a very, very excited fan met Jon Lord. He ran over and said, nervous as he was: "Oh man, Jon Lord! You are my greatest fan." Jon looked at him, shook his hand and said: "Nice to meet you, Johann Sebastian Bach."




Hahaha, this just seriously cracked me up emoticon

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