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Blackmore's Night


Prog Folk

3.26 | 69 ratings

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4 stars Ghost of a rose i love this blackmores night album and is a great place to start with if your thinking of getting a blackmores night,way to mandalay is a great song and i love everything about this and i love the sound of how this song starts love the sound of this and candice night sounds in great form here and blackmores guitar is great sounding to with i think must be his stratocaster in midle part of this song everything is great about this song love every minute of this song.3 black crows starts with that 16th century kind of sound and sounds great to,and candice here her voice just goes very well here i think as the sound of this song really goes perfect here,and blackmores acoustic guitar sounds nice and relaxed here[i cant think what the instrument is but its one which sounds very 16th century]a great song again,ahhhhhh next is diamonds and rust [joan baez originally] and this is brilliant with candice sounding very on form and sounding she loves this song and blackmore guitar sounding very beautiful and so great with candices voice and with background singers sounding very nice here to this version is such a joy to hear i love everything about this song,one of the best blackmores night songs,cartouche starts very nice and candice singing a bit more little faster here and sounding great and when she ahhhhs she sounds nice and the back ground singers are on form here to when they come in,and the violin sounding so comfotable here to,and blackmores acoustic guitar a bit little down in the mix but kind of fits well in here as i think this song is more for the violin and is a good thing to,queen for a day is a fine song with candice on fine form here sounding very nice and the sound of all the instruments here are so relaxing and reminds me of blackmores night singing this around a fire in a forest in the moon light,blackmores guitar here is really nice and a bit after a while it gets going a bit more and really sounds great and blackmores acoustic guitar sound is great with the violin to and clapping toward this going really well to,ivory tower starts with like a quire sound and sounds great and 16th century kind of like and then candice sings and again on grwat form and the quire going to sounds great and an occasional beat[2 beats]sounds just great to,i really like the quire sound in this song i can imagine been in a church with no roof with a fire going and ghost as the quire but thats my thought,nur eine minute is a blackmore acoustic song and i think blackmore is on fine form here and is short but is a nice little song,ghost of a rose with blackmore acoustic guitar and candice sounding nice to and calm everything about this song is great and when the ghost of a rose singing bit comes in i love it especially after a little bit in and when the violin part with blackmores acoustic guitar it sounds great even though only for little bit then it back to main sound of the song again and this is another great song,mr peagrams morris and sword is another blackmore song and this sounds great to[it says in booklet that "performed on a flyde mandolin"] which reminds me abit of a song of shadow of the moon,loreley starts with violin and clapping and acoustic guitar and candice singing great here and the viloin here is great and the clapping all way through sounds just right for this song and blackmore acoustic sound like it keeping the song together great ,this really is a great song and again everything about this is great,where are we going from here starts really nice and with acoustic guitar and candice sounding really beautiful here this song is really nice as blackmore on acoustic here really sounds like he loves playing toward candices voice and the violin sounds great in background to a great song to play with just a lamp on in room or in your back garden a great song,rainbow bvlues[jethro tull song] is a really relaxing nice song with candice singing quiter than blackmore on stratocaster sounding great here really fits in well here a good tull song for blackmore to chose to do here to,with blackmore solo sounds great to and nice to hear him doing a solo to although not a long one but sounds great to candice at end sounding really nice to,all for one is a song i really enjoy as like it is a drinking song [wine] with blackmore on stratocaster sounds really nice and with more of a rocker kind of with drums here and all blackmores night band sounding like they really enjoying them selfs here with background singers sounding really great,candice is great here and blaxckmore sounds enjoying himself to this song is likeit sounds like a blackmores night anthem like as got everything here and with a quire bit in background in bits sounds great on this song to and this song is really enjoyable its one of my favorite blackmores night songs for the enjoyable drinking wine sound,dandelion wine[last song]starts with acoustic guitar and candice on fine form again and both together sounding great this to me is a perfect ending as the lyrics say in one bit"so heres to you all our froends surely we will meet again dont stay away too long this time",all on form here and a brilliant ending to a great album and addictive one to,what must be said is diamonds and rust "judas priest"done this song and i love that version to and blackmores night version is nice to hear done more quieter although the priest version is great to,anyway i give this 4 stars as this is great place to start blackmores night i think,but shadow of the moon is best start i think,but this is just as good nearly still 4 stars.
davidsporle | 4/5 |


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