Runboard.com
You're welcome.
Community logo


runboard.com       Sign up (learn about it) | Sign in (lost password?)


Page:  1  2  3 

 
Gillans micstand Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Banned user
Global user

Registered: 11-2003
Posts: 12425
Reply | Quote
Re: Toolbox


Don't you remember in the Frankfurt video
he said it was actually about a dog of his that is no longer living,I know it's akin to Ritchie,or someone he has worked with.
He sang that song with a vengeance!!!!
18/4/2004, 2:38 Link to this post Send Email to Gillans micstand
 
Stargazer1976 Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Purple fan
Global user

Registered: 03-2004
Posts: 377
Reply | Quote
Re: Toolbox


Can't say that I have watched that show or listened to the cd boot of it in a long time. I might have missed that part anyway.
18/4/2004, 2:46 Link to this post Send Email to Stargazer1976   Send PM to Stargazer1976
 
Gillans micstand Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Banned user
Global user

Registered: 11-2003
Posts: 12425
Reply | Quote
Re: Toolbox


I have 3 shows from that tour on video and he mentions the same story in all of them.
18/4/2004, 2:51 Link to this post Send Email to Gillans micstand
 
**legacy user**
Purple fan
Local user

Registered: 10-2003
Posts: 139
Reply | Quote
Re: Toolbox


quote:

Stargazer1976 wrote:

Great album but as for Ians screams I personally feel they are not with the power he usually displays but actually somewhat weak for his standards.



Is there another solo effort that you would recommend for screams???



---
Why don't we saddle up and ride out one more time?
27/4/2004, 17:22 Link to this post Send Email to Screaming Doug
 
Gillans micstand Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Banned user
Global user

Registered: 11-2003
Posts: 12425
Reply | Quote
Re: Toolbox


Thats a good question SD,the screaming on Toolbox does have a more modern,slightly slick if you will,sound to them,just a little too many effects or something,but it's still top notch,and can't be touched by any other singer for sheer power vocals.(throughout an entire album that is)
I think SG1976 just needs superior music(guitar and maybe some keyboards)to fully appreciate this album,the band did sound very clinical,I like it myself though,very turn of the decade,kind of grunge meets metal.

Last edited by Gillans micstand, 27/4/2004, 18:10
27/4/2004, 18:09 Link to this post Send Email to Gillans micstand
 


Reply

Page:  1  2  3 





You are not logged in (login)