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Online Blackmore fanzine

Cover of Cartouche Issue #1Mike Garrett and Kevin Dixon have started a new fanzine dedicated to all things Blackmore. No dead trees, no subscription fees, no long waits (as we all hope). Read Cartouche online or download it for printing on their Myspace page.

Thanks to Kevin Dixon for the info.

10 Comments to “Online Blackmore fanzine”:

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    R says:


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    purplepriest1965 says:

    A lot of reading.

    Maybe later………

    And where the **** can I add myself a friend?

    Too much data on one page for my old piece of junk anyway………….

    But…………nice effort.

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    stefan says:

    “We´re off to see the wizard…the wonderful wizard off poof”!! What a load of crap! Come on Ritchie, kick Candice in the ass (don´t forget to include mother in law too)and strap on that Stratocaster & ROCK… ..GODDAMMIT!!

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    Tracy Heyder says:

    Candice is the only one strapping anything on…..and it ain’t no Stratocaster!!!!! Why do you think you rarely see Ritchie sitting down….

    I do believe we have now found the origin of the tune “Knockin’ at your Back Door”.

    Poor, poor Ritchie….

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    stefan says:

    Ha,ha,ha ouch….Nice one Tracy, priceless!!!

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    Sami says:

    …and the most priceless thing is that Ritchie
    doesn’t give a **** what you people say or think…
    he’s just doing what he wants to do, he doesn’t
    need to work for a living either, you know 🙂

    Cheers, Sami

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    purplepriest1965 says:

    I think not many know what he thinks…………

    Just stop speculating…………..

    I kinda liked KAYB but Ian Gillan spoiled the joy once he told us that………..

    Suggesting that Candice pratices that song onto/into(?) RB leads me to say this is very rude……….

    call me “old fashioned ” again but………I do not have an interest in such vulgar outings.

    But maybe I should file it under “fun” as when I m suggesting “we should take some SHARIA into the frame” when it concerns Candice’s mother?

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    stefan says:

    Dear Purplepriest!

    Maybe you are just a little bit to sensitive about your big hero RB! You apparently have a hard time to accept the facts…RITCHIE IS OUT, STEVE IS IN, GET OVER IT!!! That said, when myself and others take the liberty of making fun & taking the piss….he had it coming! It´s hard not to, just think about it…”Old hard rocker goes to Heidelberg with lute, tights, pointy hat and blond maiden in distress”…There´s a headline for you!

    Seriously, that fact that we´re making fun of Ritchie and his muse, only shows that we care! DP is our passion and the musicians past and present are somewhat dear to us, and therefore always interesting musically!

    I love RB as much as you do “Priest”, but I have no problem in critisize him if I think he´s crap! Deep in your heart I´m convinced you´d rather see him return to the rock scene again than “Poofing” around the stage thinking with his dick and not his common sense!

    Analyze this……ROCK ON, “Dr.Phil”!!!!!

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    purplepriest1965 says:

    I m refreshing myself with CD I bought today……

    I took my bike and cycled the road to Schiedam where Lucette van den Berg’s recordcompany is based.

    The album is called “Friling” and packed with beautifully (by Lucette herself)arranged songs.
    Originally written by Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman these lyrics almost faded into oblivion but Dutch singer Lucette saved them.

    Lucette already made 3 albums . Lots of comforting music for the melancholy among us(…)

    I already sent Jon Lord(Here s the link)a mail in which I suggested her as one of the singers he should use for his Classical stuf…..

    Jon, don’t let me down.

    Give her a songshe can feel.(…)

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    purplepriest1965 says:

    Why has this thread stopped?

    Did everone grab a Lucette disc and are still listening?

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