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Stranger In Us All: Expanded Edition / Ritchie Blackmore'S Rainbow

Stranger In Us All: Expanded Edition /  Ritchie Blackmore'S Rainbow

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Artist: Ritchie Blackmore'S Rainbow
Label: HNE
Category: Music

Buy New: $8.60
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Seller: OxfordshireEngland
Sales Rank: 36,376

Format: Import
Media: Audio CD
Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Shipping Weight (lbs): 0.8
Dimensions (in): 5.5 x 4.9 x 0.5

EAN: 5013929918528

Release Date: January 1, 2018
Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days


  • Wolf to the Moon
  • Cold Hearted Woman
  • Hunting Humans (Insatiable)
  • Stand and Fight
  • Ariel
  • Too Late for Tears
  • Black Masquerade
  • Silence
  • Hall of the Mountain King
  • Still I'm Sad
  • Emotional Crime (Japan Bonus Track)
  • Ariel (Radio Edit)
  • The Temple of the King (Live)

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Rainbow originally formed in 1975 when Ritchie Blackmore left Deep Purple to join forces with the band Elf, featuring Ronnie James Dio, to record debut album, "Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow". Named after Ritchie's favourite hangout, the Rainbow Bar & Grill on Sunset Blvd, he steered Rainbow through seven studio LPs, plus a double live LP, with albums fronted by Joe Lynn Turner, Graham Bonnet and the aforementioned Ronnie James Dio, and at times featured such respected rock luminaries as drummer Cozy Powell, bass guitarist and producer Roger Glover and keyboard player Don Airey. Rainbow split in 1984 when Ritchie joined Deep Purple's Mk2 reunion, and a further tumultuous decade. Ritchie quit Purple once more following a 1993 Helsinki gig, this time for good. Shortly after, it was announced that the guitarist was reforming Rainbow. Rumours abounded regarding who might feature in the line-up, but the new record would feature a band of relative unknowns. The resulting record, "Stranger In Us All", was issued under the name Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow in August 1995, with a band featuring Paul Morris on keyboards, Greg Smith on bass, John O'Reilly on drums and Blackmore's Night's Candice Night on background vocals. Fronted by Doogie White, the singer was an inspired choice; a huge fan of Ritchie's career in both Purple and Rainbow, the singer formed a strong writing partnership with the guitarist. Revisiting The Yardbirds' 'Still I'm Sad', which had been recorded for Rainbow's debut, 20 years earlier, Ritchie's classical flights of fancy were able to truly fly on his arrangement of Edvard Grieg's 'Hall Of The Mountain King'. 'Wolf To the Moon', 'Hunting Humans (Insatiable)' and 'Ariel' were all worthy additions to the Rainbow catalogue. When it came to playing live, songs from both Rainbow and Purple were revisited, and we are lucky enough to have a unique live recording from a 1995 Swedish concert of 'The Temple Of The King', a song that originally appeared on the band's first record, in 1975. Also featured are a "radio edit" of the single 'Arial', plus the song 'Emotional Crime' that has previously only been released in Japan. The extensive liner notes also feature a personal account from singer Doogie White, plus plenty of artwork and memorabilia from Doogie's own Rainbow collection.


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