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| posted on 3/12/2018 at 06:33 AM|
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| posted on 3/12/2018 at 04:29 PM|
|Thanks, just finished listening. I was pretty happy with the sound, Romero has a great voice, sounds like a cross between RJD and Coverdale. Hoping Rainbow has a studio album with this outfit, I'd buy it tomorrow...|
"I said don't ask no stupid questions and I won't send you away,
If you want to talk fishing, well I guess that'll be okay"
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"It's all about Allman Brothers pride." T Thompson Greek Theater, Los Angeles 5/6/2005
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| posted on 3/13/2018 at 03:25 AM|
|I like it. Ritchie still has plenty in the tank.|
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| posted on 3/13/2018 at 06:13 AM|
|Great melodic playing by Ritchie....what else would you expect?!?! |
I wonder how much farther he is going to take Rainbow. Its been 2yrs this summer when he played his first rock gig in almost a couple of decades with just a handful of shows. Last summer just a handful more, and he has some this summer.
Rainbow has another live cddvd coming out soon.
'Memories in Rock II' To Include New Song 'Waiting For A Sign'; Cover Artwork Unveiled
Reactivated RAINBOW will release, "Memories in Rock II" on April 6 via Minstrel Hall/Soulfood. The set will include a double CD of the June 2017 U.K. RAINBOW concerts, a brand-new RAINBOW studio song called "Waiting For A Sign", a DVD containing over 80 minutes of interview footage with the band and crew, an additional backstage clip and a video for the 2017 studio version of "I Surrender".
"Memories in Rock II" track listing:
01. Over The Rainbow
02. Spotlight Kid
03. I Surrender
05. Since You've Been Gone
06. Man On The Silver Mountain/Woman From Tokyo
07. 16th Century Greensleeves
08. Soldier Of Fortune
09. Perfect Strangers
10. Difficult To Cure
11. All Night Long
12. Child In Time
02. Long Live Rock'n'Roll/Lazy
03. Catch The Rainbow
04. Black Night
05. Carry On Jon
06. Temple Of The King
07. Smoke On The Water
08. Waiting For A Sign
01. Ritchie Blackmore Interview
02. Ronnie Romero Interview
03. Jens Johansson Interview
04. Bob Nouveau Interview
05. David Keith Interview
06. Candice Night Interview
07. Lady Lynn Interview
08. Dave David Interview
09. Andreas Bock Interview
10. Michael Bockmühl Interview
11. Bonus Backstage Clip
12. I Surrender 2017 Backstage Clip
Back in May, the revamped version of RAINBOW released its first new music in more than two decades. Two tracks were made available on iTunes: an instrumental song called "Land Of Hope And Glory", which is is a reworking of the 1902 British patriotic song of the same name from Edward Elgar's "Pomp And Circumstance March No. 1", and a re-recording of the RAINBOW classic "I Surrender", which was written by Russ Ballard and was first released by RAINBOW in 1981. The latter song features vocals recorded by Ronnie Romero, who is originally from Chile but is now settled in Madrid.
Blackmore stepped away from his Renaissance-inspired brand of music with BLACKMORE'S NIGHT in 2016 to perform a handful of shows with a brand-new lineup of the band he had formed after quitting DEEP PURPLE.
Although Ritchie initially said that he had no plans to make a new RAINBOW album — explaining in early 2016 that he wanted to "just get back to playing the old songs one more time" — he revealed to Japan's Burrn! magazine that he changed his mind.
In addition to Blackmore and Romero, the current incarnation of RAINBOW includes STRATOVARIUS keyboardist Jens Johansson, BLACKMORE'S NIGHT drummer David Keith, bassist Bob Nouveau (a.k.a. Robert "Bob" Curiano, ex-BLACKMORE'S NIGHT), and backing singers Candice Night and Lady Lynn.
The two shows RAINBOW played in Germany in June 2016 were caught on camera to produce "Memories In Rock - Live In Germany", which was released in November 2016 via Eagle Rock Entertainment on DVD+2CD, Blu-ray+2CD, and digital formats.
After Ritchie left DEEP PURPLE for the final time in 1993, he reformed RAINBOW for one album (1995's "Stranger In Us All") and one tour, ending things in Denmark in 1997.
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