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Closing the full circle and opening it up again

Paicey continues to answer your questions. In this installment: Neil Peart, Buddy Rich tribute, J. E. and C., And the Address, future albums, making of In Rock, the perennial setlist debate, loudest band in the world and hearing loss, and how to play Burn.

6 Comments to “Closing the full circle and opening it up again”:

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    mike whiteley says:

    Well….that’s a few mentions of working on another album that I’ve seen this week.
    Fingers crossed,folks.

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    Adel Faragalla says:

    The most talented people in the world are the most humble. MR Ian Paice you are not an exception to the rule๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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    Johan Antonides says:

    Very nice of Ian to answer my question about his hearing (-loss). I think he is very honest about it.
    If you are reading this Ian, thanks a lot!

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    Randys says:

    About the possibility of working on their 22nd studio album is music to my ears!

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    Uwe Hornung says:

    Ian is forgiven, but he mispronounces Neil Peart’s last name like most people do. It’s

    – not “Purt” as in hurt or heard,

    – not “Pairt” as in pear or wear,

    – not “Part” as in heart,

    – it’s “Peert” as in weird or hear!!!


    See, you learn something new everyday here at The Highway Star, the website devoted to the betterment of English pronunciation (when Ronnie Romero isn’t singing, that is)! ; – ) And, no, I didn’t pronounce it correctly until recently either. Hey, I’m a Kraut, how should I know?!

    Not that Deep Purple members haven’t suffered too: In Germany, in the 70ies, “I-an” (as in Ryan) and “Jillan” were popular mispronunciations of Ian Gillan or Little Ian. And “Rooger Gloover” was frequent too. As is “Jibson” for Gibson (the guitar brand) to this day.

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    Adam says:

    I am really really becoming a fan of Paicey’s talking as well as drumming!

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