Secret Voyage - Blackmore's Night Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Hard Rock / Artist: Blackmore's Night / Audio CD released 2010-08-23 at Steamhammer / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 God Save The Keg 2 Locked Within The Crystal Ball 3 Gilded Cage 4 ToastTo Tomorrow 5 Prince Waldecks Galliard 6 Rai ... more
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Village Lanterne - Blackmore's NightLeading Wherever I Roam (326 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 22/02/08 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Ritchie Blackmore and Candice Night have settled into a familiar style with Blackmore s Night, but it could be worse. Their Renaissance-inspired folk is admittedly less than inspired, which writes off about half of the album to sheer mediocrity, but The Village Lanterne fortunately follows suit in upping the ante of less ancient, seventies-style folk rock that makes the rest of the album bearable and even greatly entertaining on occasion. Opener 25 Years tries to cram in as much as it can, even juxtaposing violin and synthesised fanfare in a way that doesn t really work but is fun nonetheless, and Blackmore s electric lead guitar melodies and solos carry over into I ...
Winter Carols - Blackmore's NightI Am the Lord of the Dance Settee (362 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 22/02/08 (Very useful, 15 readings)
a Christmas album. Following the same style as their original studio works, this consists mostly of light, melodic and unbearably bland duets between Ritchie Blackmore s acoustic guitar and Candice Night s soft singing, with occasional electric sections pumping in a little more energy, though essentially this is only in the opening bars of Hark the Herald Angels Sing, performed in an electric solo. It s quite fun, but there s no point leaving the album playing after that. As expected, it s rather weird to hear these songs being played outside of the Christmas period (August to December - ha ha, do you see what I did there? But seriously, it s at least October), and ...
Ghost Of A Rose - Blackmore's NightLay Amongst the Leaves of Amber (362 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 22/02/08 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Ghost of a Rose is the first Blackmore s Night album that properly gets things right, despite suffering from many of the same drawbacks as its predecessors. Perhaps in response to criticism or just an aspect of natural evolution (I m not sure how influenced Ritchie Blackmore would be at this stage by people telling him what not to do), this now feels more like a proper band playing traditional folk with occasional hard rock elements, rather than a husband and wife duo drafting in percussion and flautists. Blackmore himself is also a great deal more impressive throughout. As ever, it s the songs that try something different that stand out and grab my attention, and ...
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