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Thread: DEEP PURPLE - New album "Whoosh!" late spring 2020

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    Quote Originally Posted by progholio View Post
    Steve Morse is probably the greatest living guitarist, that solo he's blowing over Starship Trooper is pretty epic (i'm dead serious)!
    He's certainly great. But I find some of his guitar runs a bit samey.
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    I have a lot of respect for Steve Morse and I like his overall contribution to Purple, but I too find most of his solos too predictable in DP.
    Great tone, great musicality but I would like more constructed solos instead of those same old fast runs. (I'm not talking about the latest track, since I've refrained from listening to it until the album release).

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    The second single, Man Alive, will premiere on May 1st.

    I'm hoping to see some news on CD singles for these tracks, as they did with the last couple of albums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Interstellar View Post
    I have a lot of respect for Steve Morse and I like his overall contribution to Purple, but I too find most of his solos too predictable in DP.
    Great tone, great musicality but I would like more constructed solos instead of those same old fast runs. (I'm not talking about the latest track, since I've refrained from listening to it until the album release).
    I agree.

    It sounds like he's just punching the clock.
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    I'd have to agree. He's capable of variety though, if he felt the need.

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    ^^ That was quite good.
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    Is that Ian Gillan on autotune?! Oh, my.

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    Is that Ian Gillan on autotune?! Oh, my.
    I think it's an effect, not autotune.
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    Fantastic song, DP are making their best music again!

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    Me too. It kind of harkens back to the 70ís style covers.


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    Reminded me somewhat of David Bergen's Shipwreck (included in The Flights Of Icarus from Roger and Martin Dean):

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    Reminded me somewhat of David Bergen's Shipwreck (included in The Flights Of Icarus from Roger and Martin Dean):

    shipwreck.jpg
    Love that painting, a very haunting image.

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    Love that painting, a very haunting image.

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    On the 6:53 mark there's another likewise painting:


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