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This guy called Sir Paul McCartney

Why does Paicey bother to play in pizza joints with third rate cover bands? What happened to the Made in Japan drum kit? How was it playing against four different bass players? This, and more, on the new installment of The Chief Answers your Questions.

Oh, and by the way, nice shirt, Ian.



6 Comments to “This guy called Sir Paul McCartney”:

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    stoffer says:

    Thank you Ian! These are great!!!!!!!

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    mike whiteley says:

    It’s nice how most of these memories bring a smile to Ian’s face.
    Hope he doesn’t tire of YT too quickly.

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    Lee O. says:

    R left handed drummers better or not as good as a right handed drummers, or is there no difference, don’t know if this will make it to ians…platform…but, did u know John bonham..& what do u did think bout his drum work? Lee o …westminster, california

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    MacGregor says:

    Thanks to THS for posting these wonderful insights from Ian Paice. Good to hear his take on the bass players he has played with. And that missing Made in Japan Ludwig drum kit, that certainly makes you wonder what ever happened to it. A shame indeed they were not returned to him, for whatever reason. Cheers

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    Sleepy Cat says:

    Great to hear Paicey complimenting Nick Simper and Glenn Hughes. But what about Paul Martinez from Paice Ashton & Lord?

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    Buttockss says:

    Wings over America has special place in my heart…….Got married and divorced in that same year.

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