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PostPosted: Sun Sep 09, 2012 6:49 am 
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There are some funny high notes in this clip.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnPHNySU0vE

Would lOve to know the pitch. Thanks :)


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Jack wrote:
There are some funny high notes in this clip.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnPHNySU0vE

Would lOve to know the pitch. Thanks :)


He gets a brief G5 at 0:24, another one at 0:45, an F5 down to a G4 at 0:48, touches an E3 at 0:49, a fry-sounding C2-D2 at 0:50, and some C2s and an A1 at 0:55!


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I'm totally in love with Jimmy Gnecco's voice. That is all.


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Yngtchie Blacksteen wrote:
I'm totally in love with Jimmy Gnecco's voice. That is all.


HELL yes! What have you heard?

If you havent heard much, Cruz and I will be glad to give recommendations.
Practically everyone here was blown away by Gnecco upon hearing him for the first time.

I like to think of him as a hybrid between Jeff Buckley, Bono, and Jim Morrison.


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Negative Creep wrote:
Yngtchie Blacksteen wrote:
I'm totally in love with Jimmy Gnecco's voice. That is all.


HELL yes! What have you heard?

If you havent heard much, Cruz and I will be glad to give recommendations.
Practically everyone here was blown away by Gnecco upon hearing him for the first time.

I like to think of him as a hybrid between Jeff Buckley, Bono, and Jim Morrison.


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Listened to Alcatrazz's 'No Parole From Rock And Roll' last night for the first time in a while.

I nearly had a religious experience hearing Bonnet wail on "Jet To Jet". You know when something 's so good you just have to laugh out loud in disbelief?

Seriously, I thought Cornell was the most powerful hard rock vocalist ever, but I think Graham should take that honor.


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Splendid album, the very best we'll hear from both Bonnet and Malmsteen. Hell, that goes for the other guys in the band, too. I just think it's a damn shame Bonnet never managed to better any of his studio performances live. Malmsteen did, frequently, but I can't think of a single live Bonnet performance that sounds better than any of the studio versions on No Parole.


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Yngtchie Blacksteen wrote:
Splendid album, the very best we'll hear from both Bonnet and Malmsteen. Hell, that goes for the other guys in the band, too. I just think it's a damn shame Bonnet never managed to better any of his studio performances live. Malmsteen did, frequently, but I can't think of a single live Bonnet performance that sounds better than any of the studio versions on No Parole.


So guitar-wise, you'd put it above Rising Force?
Yngwie is face-melting on No Parole though, definitely.
"General Hospital" = one of his best solos.
"Big Foot" = one of his best riffs.

Oh, and regarding Bonnet's live performances, have you heard the version of Hiroshima from 'Live Sentence'? He nails about 80% of the highs. He kills on the first two verses, but on the last one he lowers the key. But the second verse in particular is absolutely amazing, he NAILS it.
*Also, remember that the vocals on the studio version are double-tracked*


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Yngtchie Blacksteen wrote:
Splendid album, the very best we'll hear from both Bonnet and Malmsteen. Hell, that goes for the other guys in the band, too. I just think it's a damn shame Bonnet never managed to better any of his studio performances live. Malmsteen did, frequently, but I can't think of a single live Bonnet performance that sounds better than any of the studio versions on No Parole.


Take a look at stuff like Albuquerque 1984 and Milwaukee 1984. Bonnet pars the studio on many tracks (plus he completely owns on "All Night Long" on Milwaukee).


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Hiroshima from Live Sentence is his best live performance.

I actually give Graham credit for even ATTEMPTING to sing that song in a live setting. Must be quite taxing on the vocal cords.


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Here you go Yngtchie.
He nails the first chorus, and REALLY nails the first part of the last chorus.



Pay special attention at 3:30....I think that's just about as good as the studio version personally.


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Negative Creep wrote:
So guitar-wise, you'd put it above Rising Force?

No, not Rising Force, that one's untouchable. But other than that, it's Yngwie at his very, very best. Melodic, flashy yet tasteful, and just perfectly complementing the songs.

I've heard all of these versions, and I still prefer the studio versions. Gotta hit the notes, dammit!


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