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According to interview Don Airey was abducted to perform at the HOF, it means he doesn't want to go, but was forced to do so, I thought it was gonna be easy for Don since Jon is gone. Then again the man's got honor and pride and he doesnt really want to be involved in this situation.

I don't know if Steve was also abducted to do the performance. emoticon

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This debate is going nowhere.

"Somebody's shouting
Up at a mountain
Only my own words return
Nobody's out there
It's a deception
When will I ever learn? "

I can start a new discussion by telling that DP hasn't done anything worthwhile the last 10 years. Or that Blackmore in the same period stagnated.
It's all about personal opinions.
It isn't math.

Ptr will do or say anything to protect his favourite DP.
And nobody will change that.

To me DP is just history.
The new album I will only buy after the tour edition will be released just to complete my collection. Can't imagine that Morse will play a solo I haven't heard before.

 


 
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dp344 wrote:

This debate is going nowhere.

"Somebody's shouting
Up at a mountain
Only my own words return
Nobody's out there
It's a deception
When will I ever learn? "

I can start a new discussion by telling that DP hasn't done anything worthwhile the last 10 years. Or that Blackmore in the same period stagnated.
It's all about personal opinions.
It isn't math.

Ptr will do or say anything to protect his favourite DP.
And nobody will change that.

To me DP is just history.
The new album I will only buy after the tour edition will be released just to complete my collection. Can't imagine that Morse will play a solo I haven't heard before.

 


 



i can't argue with any of that dp344 though for me its closer to 15 years since a DP show was exciting to attend.
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I´ll say it again. I have never doubted that Deep Purple changed a lot, but it´s natural evolution. Aggresion, danger etc. was replaced by experience. It´s up to you whether you enjoy they LOVE what they do, or you miss that lack of danger. Excitement can be seen in different things.
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I don't get any excitement out of this line-up and especcially not the setlist.
Since when do they play the encore Hush, Black Night?
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Come on guys, let's be more serious... these guys are in the 70s. And don't forget that we also get older. Our taste also changes, our musical expectations are now different. I think most of you guys here are simply unfair to any current or former member of DP. I agree it's bloody boring to get Hush and Black Night as encores but don't you think it's also because we've been listening to these songs for so many years. It's pretty obvious. Thankfully they manage to playe a couple of new or lesser known numbers which helps to keep up the interest. In 2003 they played I'm Alone, in 2007 Loosen My Strings, in 2009 Wring That Neck and Battle, then Hard Loving Man and The Mule appeared in the set. Plus the new songs. It's not that bad.
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Come on guys, let's be more serious... these guys are in the 70s. And don't forget that we also get older. Our taste also changes, our musical expectations are now different. I think most of you guys here are simply unfair to any current or former member of DP. I agree it's bloody boring to get Hush and Black Night as encores but don't you think it's also because we've been listening to these songs for so many years. It's pretty obvious. Thankfully they manage to playe a couple of new or lesser known numbers which helps to keep up the interest. In 2003 they played I'm Alone, in 2007 Loosen My Strings, in 2009 Wring That Neck and Battle, then Hard Loving Man and The Mule appeared in the set. Plus the new songs. It's not that bad.



That's right, it's not that bad. It's bad for those who are stucked in the past and can't get over Blackmore leaving. He left, they found Morse, they changed, some like it, some don't.

Nothing is more exciting than putting on In Rock or listening to a live recording from the early '70s, but I also enjoy the current line ups studio albums and live releases. I think they still are a great band, but I don't expect them to create musical chaos anymore. My God, they're in their 60s and 70s, I'm impressed that they're still going, and that they still are THAT good!
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"That's right, it's not that bad. It's bad for those who are stucked in the past and can't get over Blackmore leaving. He left, they found Morse, they changed, some like it, some don't.

Nothing is more exciting than putting on In Rock or listening to a live recording from the early '70s, but I also enjoy the current line ups studio albums and live releases. I think they still are a great band, but I don't expect them to create musical chaos anymore. My God, they're in their 60s and 70s, I'm impressed that they're still going, and that they still are THAT good!"

No they arent.
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quote:

Sneaky Private Lee wrote:

Come on guys, let's be more serious... these guys are in the 70s. And don't forget that we also get older. Our taste also changes, our musical expectations are now different. I think most of you guys here are simply unfair to any current or former member of DP. I agree it's bloody boring to get Hush and Black Night as encores but don't you think it's also because we've been listening to these songs for so many years. It's pretty obvious. Thankfully they manage to playe a couple of new or lesser known numbers which helps to keep up the interest. In 2003 they played I'm Alone, in 2007 Loosen My Strings, in 2009 Wring That Neck and Battle, then Hard Loving Man and The Mule appeared in the set. Plus the new songs. It's not that bad.



That's right, it's not that bad. It's bad for those who are stucked in the past and can't get over Blackmore leaving. He left, they found Morse, they changed, some like it, some don't.

Nothing is more exciting than putting on In Rock or listening to a live recording from the early '70s, but I also enjoy the current line ups studio albums and live releases. I think they still are a great band, but I don't expect them to create musical chaos anymore. My God, they're in their 60s and 70s, I'm impressed that they're still going, and that they still are THAT good!



Couldn't agree more!



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