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It’s okay if you like it

Roger Glover and Ian Paice, Kingston, Ont., Canada, February 9 2012; © Nick Soveiko CC-BY-NC-SA

Short, but sweet and very lighthearted — an interview with Roger Glover and Ian Paice that appeared on WMGK classic rock radio station broadcasting out of Philadelphia. This is also the proof that not all classic rock DJs are clueless.

Thanks to Nigel Young for the info.



5 Comments to “It’s okay if you like it”:

  1. 1
    Dave Hodgkinson says:

    A few good nuggets in there to know.

  2. 2
    Don't Drop The Guitar says:

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  3. 3
    George Martin says:

    Only 4 minutes? They just got started and suddenly it was over. They couldn’t give them more time?

  4. 4
    Tommy H. says:

    Oh man, which album did The Rolling Stone appreciate anyway, it’s ridiculous! I remember that Jimmy Page said something similar about Led Zeppelin’s 4th album – remember the one with Stairway To Heaven on it …

  5. 5
    michael mazur says:

    Great interview wish it was longer. I live about 1 hour away from Philly. Also WMGK is a great radio station with very good DJs.

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