9 thoughts on “ Sixteenth Century Greensleeves - Rainbow - Ritchie Blackmores Rainbow (CD, Album) ”

  1. Kigaramar says:
    Written By – Ritchie Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio: 6: The Temple Of The King Written By – Ritchie Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio: 7: If You Don't Like Rock n' Roll Written By – Ritchie Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio: 8: Sixteenth Century Greensleeves Written By – Ritchie Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio: 9: Still I'm Sad3/5(1).
  2. Vogis says:
    This album contains many famous stage classics that would span the history of the many future line-up changes of the band: `Man On The Silver Mountain (what a riff, expanded with solos on stage)', Catch the Rainbow (brilliant vocals, detail is excellent on this vinyl album), `Sixteen Century Greensleeves' and Still I'm Sad (actually I prefer the later vocal edition to this pure instrumental version)'/5(46).
  3. Zulujora says:
    Though not as epic as Rainbow Rising, this album features the most known Rainbow song and one of my favorite tunes of all time. Man On The Silver Mountain, is killer. It doesn't need to be blazing fast, heavy as a rock, or so brutal your ears will bleed. This track is mellow and powerful at the same time/5().
  4. Mooguramar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow on Discogs/5(80).
  5. Gardazragore says:
    rows · Rainbow is the name of at least four bands: 1. A British rock band. 2. A K-Pop group .
  6. Kazragal says:
    (Redirected from Sixteenth Century Greensleeves) Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow (sometimes stylised Ritchie Blackmore's R-A-I-N-B-O-W) is the first studio album by American/British rock band Rainbow, released in
  7. Talabar says:
    Feb 20,  · Perhaps the first example of "dragon rock" -- a style perfected by bands like Iron Maiden and Dio in the early to mid-'80s -- was Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, a rather pretentious collection from the guitarist's first post-Deep Purple project. Fittingly enough, a young Ronnie James Dio provides the goblin-like frontman presence required by the increasingly Baroque Blackmore.
  8. Mukinos says:
    This album marked the first collaboration between Dio and Blackmore, and it is essentially the lineup of Elf, Dio's previous band, with Blackmore instead of Steve Edwards. Blackmore would dismiss all the other Elf musicians and recruit new players for subsequent Rainbow albums.
  9. Sara says:
    by Best Classic Bands Staff Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow released a new album, Memories In Rock II, on CD and DVD on April 6. In advance of the album release, the band released its first new single since , “Waiting For a Sign.” (Scroll down to hear it and the live version of .

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