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Mickey Lee is alright now

…Or so he says himself:

This new track, which truly yours finds hauntingly mesmerizing, is from the family veteran Mickey Lee Soule. It was recorded with Michael P. Starmer on drums and The Royal Sympathetik Orchestra, and released a couple of days ago on his website under ‘name your price’ model. You know what to do.

Thanks to our editor emeritus Dave Hodgkinson for the info.



6 Comments to “Mickey Lee is alright now”:

  1. 1
    nupsi 59 says:

    Weird… early Porcupine Tree meets something like David Gilmour singin’…

    Can’t get into it…

    Have a nice Day!!!

  2. 2
    Buttockss says:

    Porcupine Tree , i can’t get into there music, way to overrated to me. Now, Opeth, thats a very talented band.

  3. 3
    Christof says:

    Reminds me a bit of the Dream Syndicate. Gives me a pretty dark feeling. Wouldn’t have expected such a tune within the Purple family 🙂 – but given the right mood this song really takes me away

  4. 4
    nupsi 59 says:

    @2 Hi Buttockss, beside our beloved Purple-Family-tunes I really love the stuff from Porcupine Tree along with the solo-albums from mastermind Steven Wilson.

    The performance at the Royal Albert Hall (“Home Invasion”, on DVD/BluRay) is fantastic!
    You’ll find the whole concert in the WWW or some Clips on YouTube, it’s really worth listening.

    Have a nice Day!

  5. 5
    Kenn says:

    Hi Mickey Lee Soule is part of the Purple Family tree beyond Elf and Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow. I believe he was Jon Lord’s Keyboard Tech for quite some years.

    Regards Kenn

  6. 6
    nupsi 59 says:

    @ 5 Kenn: You’re right, Mickey Lee Soule was the Keyboard tech for Jon Lord, later he became the bass tech for Roger Glover.

    Have a nice Day!

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