#2
for good reason too....


just kidding, but yeah that was pretty cool, i love the "warning about the dangers of becoming a legend," LMFAO awesome.
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#3
Some of it set off the BS meter for me, all the idol worshipping and all that, but it was pretty cool.

Read the Yngwie & Mclaughlin one too, linked lower on the page, that one's hilarious.

Heck, lemme help y'all out: http://www.cs.cf.ac.uk/Dave/mclaughlin/art/flash.html .

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MUSICIAN: I also notice you're using a wah-wah pedal.
MALMSTEEN: Yeah, my Hendrix influence definitely comes in.
MUSICIAN: Ask John what it was like to jam with Hendrix.
MALMSTEEN: [to John] You ****! Sorry. Did you?
McLAUGHLIN: [pause] Sure.
MALMSTEEN: What was it like?
McLAUGHLIN: Gee, I loved Jimi, man.
MALMSTEEN: He's my ****ing hero. I didn't mean that, I'm sorry.
McLAUGHLIN: You can say anything you like, asshole.


He who joyfully marches to music in rank and file has already earned my contempt.
He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would fully suffice.


Remember: A prudent question is one half of wisdom.

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#4
^ i love that interview...

I dunno about the BS. I don't think either was eager to offend, but it didnt seem false - AH is as self-effacing as they come, and Satch knows Allan is God, so... Eh.
#5
Bleh, I felt there were a lot of cocks getting sucked.
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#6
Pah. We all know if paul gilbert walked into a room with you there would be an insistent purring at his crotch.

Anyway, i dont think there was anything less than honest there, or any undeserved praise. *shrug*
#7
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MUSICIAN: Let's look at what you've done. Yngwie was a guitar hero when we didn't have a guitar hero. He kind of brought it back as a solo instrument. John did the same thing a while back, before many other historical players came into their notoriety. For the next person to come along, there's got to be something you guys haven't hit on. Yngwie's taken guitar to a wild level of technique, which John almost invented back...
McLAUGHLIN: Notice how he speaks about me in the past tense? You mother****er.
MUSICIAN: Wait, I'm speaking of events and impact and...
McLAUGHLIN: What am I, an old man or something?
MUSICIAN: I was about to make an objective observation that...
McLAUGHLIN: Impossible. That's an impossibility. Anyway, go ahead.
MUSICIAN: Today, with your classical concerto, you've adopted a more traditional role that...
McLAUGHLIN: I'm not playing classical music.
MALMSTEEN: He plays with a pick.
McLAUGHLIN: I'm playing my music in a classical formation. I've also got the trio.
MUSICIAN: Well, the point I was going to make was...
McLAUGHLIN: Go!
MUSICIAN: There is no point! What kind of strings do you use?




Both interviews are great, thanks to both of yas.
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#9
hilarious...

i noticed resi and john mclaughlin talk alot alike...
#10
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#12
Some of the talking was really pretentious. There might be another reason why Satch plays legato most of the time because a lot of stuff actually IS based on fingering patterns. I liked the contrast between Yngwie and John. John seemed a lot more wise and it was hilarious how Yngwie started talking about how he never practised out of the blue. The reaction of John on that was priceless.
#13
I feel really sorry for the guy that interviewed McLaughlin and Malmsteen...
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#14
that was awesome
they have such creative minds
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Though Yngwie is adamant about his status as a trendsetter, it's clear by the way he thumps his chest and knocks over table fixtures that in his heart he knows he's still got a lot of room to grow.


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#16
Yngwie would later take this statement far too literally...
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#19

MUSICIAN: What are the dangers of...
MALMSTEEN: I don't think there are any dangers.




MALMSTEEN: Yeah, but that's very hard. Very few musicians would be able to do that in my genre of rock'n'roll. Musicians are boxed in, very boxed in. Same chord progressions, same scales.



MALMSTEEN: That's right. Everyone is entitled to my opinion, you know.
McLAUGHLIN: To your opinion!



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