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(YouTube)   The best cover of Deep Purple's Burn you will hear today, featuring drumming prodigy Yoyoka   (youtube.com) divider line
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2021-10-15 3:38:18 PM  
Passing along to surviving members
 
2021-10-15 4:16:58 PM  
They were all so....stoic...when they played.
 
2021-10-15 6:31:51 PM  

leeto2: They were all so....stoic...when they played.


I think that's a Japan thing - unmanly to be seen having a good time or something.

Well did, Kid!
 
2021-10-15 7:13:23 PM  

dionysusaur: leeto2: They were all so....stoic...when they played.

I think that's a Japan thing - unmanly to be seen having a good time or something.

Well did, Kid!


They all had their parts down, and there is a certain amount of concentration required on DP music.  Everyone in the band at the time was at the top of their game.  Watching this backup/second singer groovin' was great.  She really likes this song :D

At Ian Paice's website, he gets together with Yoyoka and Sina.  Here is a teaser for it, but to see the whole thing you need to pay.
Ian Paice feat. Yoyoka & Sina
Youtube 3N-i46bjJ3s
 
2021-10-15 7:35:45 PM  
I was about the compliment the vocalist on a really mid 70s Ian Gillan voice.

Then I remembered that David Coverdale sang this originally.
 
2021-10-15 8:15:17 PM  
Hey, old men. Yeah you. Tell the cameraman to focus on the child. He's the future. You are done. No one marks you. You will never be a rockstar. Get behind the kid, you loser jackassess.
 
2021-10-15 8:27:27 PM  
before and Around 3:50 looking at the backup singer hitting it- then her,  the drummer and keyboard player were on it:)
Enjoyed :)
 
2021-10-15 10:11:09 PM  
The old dude nailed the guitar solo.
Great cover.
The kid's got chops.
 
2021-10-16 10:52:32 AM  

IDisME: dionysusaur: leeto2: They were all so....stoic...when they played.

I think that's a Japan thing - unmanly to be seen having a good time or something.

Well did, Kid!

They all had their parts down, and there is a certain amount of concentration required on DP music.  Everyone in the band at the time was at the top of their game.  Watching this backup/second singer groovin' was great.  She really likes this song :D

At Ian Paice's website, he gets together with Yoyoka and Sina.  Here is a teaser for it, but to see the whole thing you need to pay.
[YouTube video: Ian Paice feat. Yoyoka & Sina]


Yeah - and having thought about it a bit more - studio time is expen$ive.  Get it right first.  Later, with an audience, go nutz.
 
2021-10-16 11:50:09 AM  
『Hit Like A Girl Contest 2018』Good Times Bad Times - LED ZEPPELIN / Cover by Yoyoka
Youtube cozHT9QaFJo
Here's Yoyoka at 8.  She's all kinds of awesome.
 
2021-10-16 11:55:03 AM  
Burn is a good song for a drummer to show their talent. There's a lot of good stuff going on.

The guitarist completely nailed Blackmore's tone and style. 

Great song. Great cover.
 
2021-10-16 11:56:07 AM  

dionysusaur: At Ian Paice's website, he gets together with Yoyoka and Sina.


I didn't really pay attention to the drums in the song until I saw Sina's video.
 
2021-10-16 1:33:25 PM  
Ian is in my top three rock players.  Always tasty fills that fit with the song but drove it forward, meter equal to an atomic clock.  And his personality meshed perfectly with Jon Lord.  It's easy to see why they played so long together.   Roger Glover, the bass player in Mark II was like that too.  You never knew what was coming next in a song from him, but it was always interesting and complementary.
 
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