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UNDER A VIOLET MOON

Blackmore's Night

 

Prog Folk

2.64 | 71 ratings

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davidsporle
3 stars Now "under a violet moon"isnt a bad album for a second album,it starts with under a violet moon which for me is the stand out track on this,this album is more acoustic sounding than shadow of the moon and i think its not as good as shadow,but that doesent mean its not worth having,i quite like all the songs on this but not that keen on wind in the willows[which has a man singing on this mostly who is someone called john ford the bass player],i do think that this maybe isnt the best blackmores night album as it kind of is the same like all the way through,but is a good album but i think they could of made a few different songs in this [maybe more of ritchies stratocaster guitar like],this is more acoustic album but ritchies acoustic guitar does sound nice and relaxing,i have to give this 3 stars as i think it could of been better,although candice is in fine form but i just cant help thinking she might of been better if the songs were better like,maybe this isnt a blackmores night to buy like as the first one,theres better than this album,but 3 stars is fair.
davidsporle | 3/5 |

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