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I thought the idea was only one song from the 70's?


Viciious already remarked that and "allowed" the post though.
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I thought the idea was only one song from the 70's?


Viciious already remarked that and "allowed" the post though.



OK, sorry hadn't seen the post.
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Humble apologies to all for going (slightly) off topic on this thread. Heaven forbid that others might do the same (you know who you are!!).

I was responding in kind if not 100% accurately to Viciious's post- i quote- "Inspired by a comment in another thread, I've decided to ask the community to provide their own playlists that would encompass best perfomances by MKII circa 1985-1993."

1993 is rightly acknowledged as a high water in DP's on stage performances. It is a common thought on here that ALL of 85-88 was tarnished by poor sound by Blackers and poor vocal's from Big Ian. The point of my post was to say the later 87/88 performances are well worth tracking down as Blackers had cleaned up his sound (though not yet as "clean" as it became from 91 onwards) and Big Ian was performing to a good standard on the soundboard recordings i listed. You can feel the rest of the band being energised by the higher level of performance.

For the most part i'd prefer to major on when DP excited me & remember and promote those.
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I have not heard too much from HOBL Tour but the concert I attended at the NEC in Birmingham was fantastic. Gillan was great, very powerful, RB &JL superb also.
Great show.
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I have not heard too much from HOBL Tour but the concert I attended at the NEC in Birmingham was fantastic. Gillan was great, very powerful, RB &JL superb also.
Great show.



I think that Gillan sounded pretty good when I saw them here in Toledo during the HOBL tour. A nice recording from the Detroit show around the same time shows Gillan in good form. I'm not sure how long he lasted during the tour before his voice started giving out, but at that point he sounded much better than on the PS tour.
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Always had the idea that Gillans voice was more often than seldomly emberassing during the PS tour, although my visit to the show in Genk/Belgium wasnt like that all IMHO(...), he got significantly better on the HOBL tour.
Missed out on 88 shows because I decided(still regret that)to not attend due to being poor while studying, etc
Could it be he improved even further.
His looks certainly did.
Seeing the bad haircut and fatlooking body of 1985 after the great pics of him with the long manes just after Black [sign in to see URL] was depressing.
Watch the video of Garth Rocket(189/1990?)he looked even better and sounded great as well.
I never understood their (DP)history with [sign in to see URL] sounded relatively awful during 84/85 and was almost in tof condition after he left DP end 80's?

But during his naked thunder show in Amsterdam I was emberassed, espescially because I took my then girlfriend to the show. He was in bad shape again.

I skipped Toolbox tour due to not really getting into the album and economics and the fear of him letting me down again , but regretted that later on because he appearantly got better again and Toolbox became one of my favourite albums.

1993, Reuniobn party.
he looked good but sounded less than expected.
Compair TBRO album with Toolbox and thats also a big difference.


Anyway, it seems the 1988 editions seem not be popular overhere?

Btw, years ago I suggested a triple live album with the Lord/Morse line up, consisting mainly of Morse material coupled with tracks DP with Blackers never did or not much.

I still think that would have been a good idea.
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