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Re: Still Dreaming of Yngwie With Deep Purple


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"Even now I can play from the beginning of "Made in Japan" to the end. I can do it right now without missing a note."





That's the problem with Yngwie: He just doesn't get, what it is all about! Ritchie could never play "Made in Japan" again, because he always did a lot of improvisation. Yngwie can learn all those notes by heart and he can play them all correctly, I'm sure. But who needs that, as we already got the live CD??? When I saw Yngwie a few years ago with Dougie White, Dougie started some vocal-guitar duel as he used to do with Ritchie in Rainbow. Yngwie could not play any note correctly and I was very much surprised by that. Yngwie then started playing very fast again to hide his limitations, so Dougie gave up his trial... So, not only characterwise he would never be a good choice for Deep Purple, never ever!



[sign in to see URL] is news to me. I can't help but feel disappointed when reading about Doogie's frustration. I guess I stand a bit corrected, as I'm reading alot of sensibly critical things on this forum in regard to Yngwie with Purple.
That said, I really love Yngwie, even if it stands he WOULDN'T be the best idea for a Purple match.




Yngwie gets a lot of stick from Blackmore fans because he copied his stage act and sulking, difficlut image from RB, and from DP fans for his dubious comments concerning DP (his implied idea is that DP were the masters when he got a copy of Fireball in the early 1970s, but now - esp. after RB left DP - he's the master).

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Has Y. said that in the past fifteen years? I remember him saying something stupid along those lines back in the '80's. I noticed also that he learned his lesson in regard to downing other guitar players (such as the scathing comments he made re Satriani and Vai in the '80's as well).

AFter hearing Unleash the Fury, it seems to me that Yngwie has overall always been way more influenced, particularly on a songwriting level, by Ronnie and Graham era Rainbow, not MkIIa Purple.

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