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New Q&A with Steve Morse

Steve Morse

There is a new Q&A with Steve Morse on the new official Deep Purple website.

His ultimate imaginary band:

I have played with some of the best living musicians already, and have always appreciated that. It might be interesting to imagine a band of departed musicians with Keith Moon on drums, Barry Oakley (Allman bros.) on bass, J.S. Bach on Hammond organ, and Brad Delp on vocals.

Read it here.

Thanks to Blabbermouth for the info.

7 Comments to “New Q&A with Steve Morse”:

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    Chrissy says:

    That would be a interesting band.Berry Oakley was one of the great bass guitar players whos life ended way too soon.Its weird that Berry Oakley was killed at the same crossroads as his bandmate Duane Allman almost a year apart.

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    Jim says:

    I read the Q & A with Steve Morse and I think he is a gracious and humble man, showing a lot of respect for Ritchie, and SM is also a great guitar player. Thank you Steve for your continuing contribution to DP and also your solo career.

  3. 3
    Sam says:

    Well said Jim.

  4. 4
    Rob says:

    Agreed, for an American he seems alright ­čÖé

  5. 5
    T says:

    *Ha ha*! “For an American”? There are lots of us.

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    Bo says:

    I love Ritchie and his style of playing, but I love Steve for everything (and that is a LOT) he has given to Purple. The palying and the BIG smiles on stage. And then he is the nicest person. How much more can you ask for?
    Thank you for being around us Purple freaks.

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    Joan Masip says:

    I love all Purple faces, no exception. Steve came when they needed him the best and stayed and did the best and he┬┤s still doing, and DP wouldn┬┤t be there since a long time now had he not joined the band when he did. He renewed the Purple sound in 95 and has become, without a doubt, the PERFECT replacement, refrehing their sound, never steping into Ritchie┬┤s shadow, always the perfect gentelman, always talking nicieties bout the rest of the band. With him they┬┤ve recorded the Rapture of the Deep, for me the best album since the Perfect Strangers. DP┬┤s still the greatest band in the world because ALL their current members are not only great musicians but warm, soulful people too, kind of soulkinders, which they never got in any of their previous line-ups. The perfect Ka-Tet. Of course, Long long Live!!

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