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Doogie's Spotlight Kid


How good is Doogie White's version of the spotlight kid !! I think it's great, better than Joe Lynn Turners version of it anyday emoticon

Nice one Doogie !! emoticon

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Agree
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by far !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Doogie was the man that bring back Rainbow legacy to a decent way. Cos it's always frustating (IMO at least) hear great Blackus Riff/songs (as Spotlight Kid) with a lousy (or limited for those who liked him) pop singer.

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Isn't he just paying tribute to Joe Lynn Turner? emoticon

Seriously though, it rocks. And I thought he did a cracking Perfect Strangers too for that matter.

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Yeah, he did it very well.

But personally, I could have done with out SK in the set. Opening with Tarot Woman, Kill The King or a track from SIUA would have been better IMO.
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quote:

Rahul wrote:

Isn't he just paying tribute to Joe Lynn Turner? emoticon



LOLOLOL!!!

quote:

Seriously though, it rocks. And I thought he did a cracking Perfect Strangers too for that matter.



Yes, agree too. Can't think of a song that Doogie didn't tackle well.



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i was going to say they same about perfect strangers but Rahul beat me to it.It's a shame they aint still going , oh well i do plan on catching Doogie live sometime in the future. Play Glasgow not Edinburgh emoticon

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In 1997 I was completely floored at Mistreated,wasn't expecting them to play it,and yes Doogie can handle any Rainbow song,and then some! emoticon
Backstage he was very nice.
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quote:

Rezi wrote:

Yeah, he did it very well.

But personally, I could have done with out SK in the set. Opening with Tarot Woman, Kill The King or a track from SIUA would have been better IMO.



This happened in '96 when SK was dropped and they opened with TLFT (and later LLRNR) emoticon.

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Ritchie did a very wise decision when recruiting Doogie; he’s the perfect combination between RJD and JLT. Doogie is a great singer with a fantastic voice. And the subsequent tours were amazing, although I did miss a few songs from Down To Earth. Would have loved it if they had opened with EOTW or even KTK emoticon

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