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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Lorenzo Bettini
From: Firenze
Website: http://www.lorenzobettini.it
Grazie per i consigli!

speriamo anche noi che prima o poi riuscirai a venire ad un nostro concerto!
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Paolo
In provincia di Mantova c'è una scarsa cultura musicale, locali seriamente intenzionati a far suonare gruppi di un certo tipo dal vivo ormai ne sono rimasti pochi. Ho visto che fate parecchie feste dell'Unità; dalle nostre parti ogni anno ne fanno una molto grossa, la festa dell'Unità di Suzzara, che ha ospitato gli anni passati parecchi big (ma non solo!), tra cui gli "Elio e le storie tese". Oppure la mitica festa della birra di Casoni, un grosso evento ricco di iniziative musicali.

Tra l'altro, noi mantovani abbiamo la fortuna di essere vicino al lago di Garda, dove il turismo è più che fiorente e gli intrattenimenti e i locali (non solo a carattere musicale) pullulano...! Non ho consigli precisi, ma se fossi io a dover organizzare un piccolo tour musicale nel nord Italia, sicuramente approfondirei questa zona, soprattutto nel periodo estivo!

Certo, sono idee che non possono essere improvvisate sui due piedi!

A risentirci, mi terrò informato sul sito, vuoi mai che riesca a vedervi veramente ;-)

Admin reply: Grazie per i consigli!

speriamo anche noi che prima o poi riuscirai a venire ad un nostro concerto!


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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Lorenzo Bettini
From: Firenze, Italy
Website: http://www.lorenzobettini.it
Grazie Paolo!
Farebbe piacere molto anche a noi suonare dalle tue parti :-)
Anzi se hai qualche locale da segnalarci, mandami un e-mail!
A presto!
Lore
Added: July 5, 2006 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Paolo
Peccato per me che suoniate così lontano (io sono di Mantova), se mi capiterà di essere dalle vostre parti spero potrò a**tere ad un concerto, complimenti, siete da apprezzare!
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Name: Alex
From: UK
E-mail: krasaoh@yahoo.com
good music, guys! Respect!
Added: July 3, 2006 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Sam
From: Virginia, USA
Website: http://www.shift5.com
Source Highlight is cool, and so is Purple sucker. Lorenzo is really good at guitar i can hear on the mp3's.
Added: May 26, 2006 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: A Jon Lord Fan
From: Austria
E-mail: tommy.lord@gmail.com
To Dario:
I'm a 19 year old keyboardist from Vienna, Austria and a huge Jon Lord fan like you. I own a chopped Hammond C3, a tube-Leslie 147 and a Marshall JCM 800 2204 Head together with a big box. I just searched the internet for Deep Purple Tribute Bands in Europe and I've found about 20 good bands.
But after listening to all the mp3-files at your homepage I have to say that you are far better then all the other Deep Purple tribute-keyboard players out there who are much older in most cases. I like what you're doing on your chopped organ, you are quite fast and you have good ideas when soloing.
You are copying quite many Lordy licks. Your sound is good too and is similiar to Jon's early 80ies organ sound. As I saw on the picture, you are using a tra**tor type of Leslie. Those don't sound too good in comparison to a tube Leslie. If you wanna have a much bigger sound and if you wanna have that certain "Hammond-growl" you should effort yourself a chopped Leslie 122 or 147. The warm and thick distortion/overdrive from those 6550 tubes really makes the difference and your organ sounds like a fat monster. Try it out and you'll be of the same opinion! To get Jon's 70ies Mark II-sound you should get a Marshall JCM 800 2204 single channel Head together with a Marshall 4x12" Box with 4xGreenback Celestion speakers or 4xCelestion Vintage 30 speakers.
What I missed is the ability to change the sound within the drawbars of the Hammond during a song. They give you more dynamics together with the expression pedal. But no other tribute organ player out there does either (I can't understand why..). I hope my feedback was helpful for you. I really had to point it out how good your playing is in comparison to all the other wanna be Jon Lords.
If you wanna have a talk about Deep Purple stuff, just email me!

greetings from vienna
Tommy Lord
Added: April 27, 2006 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Lorenzo Bettini
From: Firenze, Italy
Website: http://www.lorenzobettini.it
I'm terribly to hear this Stevie!

I truly hope that everything gets fine with your health and that you go back to sing Deep Purple!

Best Wishes
Lorenzo
Added: April 26, 2006 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: stevie dee
Website: http://steviedee.com
E-mail: musichookups@optonline.Net
I am not in a Deep Purple band any more, Do to my health, I Love you guys, Thanks
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Name: David
From: Sweden
Website: http://www.vaga-le.se
E-mail: secca@hotmail.com
Came across your site by accident. Loved the covers!
Keep up the good work!
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