Who should Yngwie work with?
Posted by: Rob ()
Date: November 29, 2000 02:57PM

Since most of us are not too impressed with Yngwie's last couple efforts. Maybe we should make some suggestions to the maestro. Probably none of them will come true, but we can dream can't we. First of all, though, I would like to say that I like the addition of Jorn Lande to the band and I think he could work well with Yngwie. I think he commands respect, which most of Yngwie's singers have not done when they joined his band(other than Joe Lynn Turner and Mike Vescera). I'm not saying they weren't great musicians, they just weren't established.
So, anyway, here are my vocalist suggestions:
1. Zak Stevens-I hear he is out of Savatage, so he should be relatively available. He has both power and finesse, plus he fits into the neo-classical style well.
2. Thomas Vikstrom-Great voice. Would probably fit very nicely into an Odyssey-type album.
3. Robert Mason-What a killer voice! I'm sure this one wouldn't work out personality-wise, but I want to hear more of Robert.
4. Midnight-He could really push Malmsteen creatively speaking. And this guy can sing anything!
5. David Reece-Haven't heard much of Reece lately. Would be nice to see him back in action.

What do you guys think?

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Who should Yngwie work with?252 Rob 11/29/2000 02:57PM
RE: Who should Yngwie work with? 137Peter M. Bietenholz11/29/2000 07:00PM
Peter.... 158 Andrew 11/29/2000 11:04PM
RE: Andrew, thanks... 154Peter M. Bietenholz11/29/2000 11:16PM
RE: Who should Yngwie work with? 193 brent 11/29/2000 10:03PM
RE: Who should Yngwie work with? 135Mark Ashton11/30/2000 01:01AM
backup guitarist for shania & matt's band.. 197 Mrpool 11/30/2000 04:17AM
RE: Who should Yngwie work with? 124 Jake 11/30/2000 05:29AM
RE: Who should Yngwie work with? 149 capt kaos 11/30/2000 10:38PM
Yngwie should pull a Ritchie Blackmore... 154 koogles 12/01/2000 01:25AM

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