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Eirik Solum wrote:
No doubt that Ezrin has been important. Thank God for the person that got him involved.



Then let's do a little verse:

we have of course
God to thank for Steve Morse

It's an open secret that Ezrin was originally suggested by him, as Steve Morse had been worked with Ezrin on Kansas' Album "Spirit Of Things".




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Thanks for the reviews poeple, keep them rolling in please!
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Guys, when I wrote that Vincent Price was too short I didn't mean the song lacks anything, I meant that the song is so great that I would want it to go longer than what we have on record.

I do not agree with the criticism that Simple Song is too short. If it were longer, it wouldn't be simple, right?emoticon

Generally, I didn't have the impressions the song were too short, after all, DP wanted to go into the proggy direction but I don't think they wanted to record a typical progressive rock album with 10-20 minute songs. They still wanted t maintained this compact format of a rock song, but with more interesting arrangements.

I claim that this record is better than House of Blue Light and PS. Though I totally respect those who would disagree on this issue.
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trebron wrote:

quote:

Eirik Solum wrote:
No doubt that Ezrin has been important. Thank God for the person that got him involved.



Then let's do a little verse:

we have of course
God to thank for Steve Morse

It's an open secret that Ezrin was originally suggested by him, as Steve Morse had been worked with Ezrin on Kansas' Album "Spirit Of Things".





According to Morse it's not how it happened.
Check his interview (via the THS site). If anything, had he suggested Bob Ezrin, the others would have had a giggle at it...



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Again , great great great album!
I just wish Bob could have extracted one of those "Pictures of home", "Burn" fill from Paicey, just one...He's really keeping it simple.

I'm afraid to listen to RotD now! emoticon

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Again , great great great album!

I'm afraid to listen to RotD now! emoticon



Right. This put in a new perspective whatever they achieved on Bananas adn RotD, soundwise and songwritingwise.
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Currently playing the album for the first time.

Gillan. Rules. All.

Edit: And can someone thank Don for having the good taste to do a Colin Towns on track 2?

And Paicey for the intro to Body Line and the band later on (the swagger!)

Ezrin(?)/Airey for the super fat Hammond sound.

Morse/Airey for having DP channel Kansas in Above and Beyond, only to head into Aviator land a minute or so later. The emotion in this song... Not to mention the intro to Uncommon Man. Kansas vibe later on in the song too.

Who would have thought a new album from DP would have the adventurousness of an IGB album??

Their most progressive album since... Fireball?

I think the combination DP -> Airey -> Morse -> Ezrin made this possible.

I can impossibly pick a favorite tune from this. A pretty good sign of how strong it seems to be after the second listen. It's just so deep somehow. The sound is huge.

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danielb wrote:

Currently playing the album for the first time.

Gillan. Rules. All.

Edit: And can someone thank Don for having the good taste to do a Colin Towns on track 2?

And Paicey for the intro to Body Line and the band later on (the swagger!)

Ezrin(?)/Airey for the super fat Hammond sound.

Morse/Airey for having DP channel Kansas in Above and Beyond, only to head into Aviator land a minute or so later. The emotion in this song... Not to mention the intro to Uncommon Man. Kansas vibe later on in the song too.

Who would have thought a new album from DP would have the adventurousness of an IGB album??

Their most progressive album since... Fireball?

I think the combination DP -> Airey -> Morse -> Ezrin made this possible.

I can impossibly pick a favorite tune from this. A pretty good sign of how strong it seems to be after the second listen. It's just so deep somehow. The sound is huge.




AAy ya bastards!! emoticon

have to wait for 4/30 release as I leave in US.

BTW all US DP fans lets flood VH1Classic Tonight at 9:00 EST for world premiere of DP Behind the Music!! Wonder if they r going to plug Now What
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Anyone else heard the similarity in the vocal line (for a brief moment) between A Simple Song and Black and White from HOBL? emoticon
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I heard one line is obvious black and white there is even black and white in the text
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