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Still Dreaming of Yngwie With Deep Purple


I'd prefer the Swedish shredder to work with Dio, but I can't stop imagining the trade offs with Jon Lord that the topic posited union would provoke.
One thing that might unduly unnerve the otherwise estimable posters here: I'd prefer Coverdale/Hughes (both and/or either/or) to be doing the vocals.

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It would be a disaster. Malmsteen would be a horrible fit for Deep Purple or Dio.
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 emoticon

i think he's doin' fine on his own...
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Malmsteen? God no! Heaven's above!

He'd actually be even worse with Coverdale on vocals. David's heavy blues voice would not sit well with Malmsteen's mindless shredding. Slip of the Tongue 2 probably?

There's a time and a place for Malmsteen's music, and it's not on stage with Deep Purple.

Besides, you'd have to convince Jon Lord to come back to Deep Purple anyway! emoticon

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quote:

Rahul wrote:
There's a time and a place for Malmsteen's music



That´s either never wherever or always very very far from me!
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THE FAT FOORIOS GUITARERRO SUCKS. PERIOD. Remember, he's dreaming of Candice these days - he knows that when Ritchie dumps 'em they ALWAYS come to him... emoticon

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Oh,no!He's too young to Purplemusic! emoticon

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 I can't imagine any difference between Widdlvie widdlin all over the DP classics or Smiley widdlin all over the classics. Problem with Widdlevie is that, even though he has listed Blackmore as an influence, he still doesn't know how to compose a tune that a good singer can create great, memorable melodies over. He's still in guitar hero widdleworship mode and until he comes out of it I'm afraid there's no hope of him writing a good "band" tune.

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I have every Yngwie album and went to his concert last year, so yes I'm a fan, but no way would I want to see this. Just would not work. Purple music does not need endless shredding over everything.

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quote:

JohnH wrote:

I have every Yngwie album and went to his concert last year, so yes I'm a fan, but no way would I want to see this. Just would not work. Purple music does not need endless shredding over everything.

John


 I thought the first Widdlevie lp was good, but by the time I got through the 2nd one, I'd had enough.
Deep Purple and RJD would have flash backs looking over and seeing a guitarist dressed in Black Suede.
 The words to Smooth Dancer could be changed around a bit though.
"Black [sign in to see URL] [sign in to see URL] food for me..
Black [sign in to see URL] [sign in to see URL] hung-gry
I [sign in to see URL] [sign in to see URL] food before you..
But your [sign in to see URL] now I ..know what to do
Your a big eater
that's all right
cause I'm a drunk driver
You could never make it when your trying to play it with your mouth full of food" dun duh duh du duuun.
baby you're the one who could never see the sun when your feasting [sign in to see URL]'t ya look at me over yer big fat [sign in to see URL] belt fits too tightly.
 You want to write a [sign in to see URL] that solos just too long and it don't make [sign in to see URL] can see it in your thighs so I better realize ..there's no food left for me" [sign in to see URL] Ba ba ba ba ba


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