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Catch The Rainbow - Blackmores Rainbow* - Ritchie Blackmores Rainbow (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. Blackmore originally planned to make a solo album, but instead in formed his own band, Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, later shortened to Rainbow. Featuring vocalist Ronnie James Dio and his blues rock backing band Elf as studio musicians, this first line-up never performed live.
  3. 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.
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  6. Format: Vinyl LP album. Polydor Records, UK release from Gatefold jacket LP release from prog rock band. Ex Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore's solo band Rainbow, their first LP release/5().
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  8. Aug 06,  · The debut Rainbow album certainly was an eclectic offering. “Man On The Silver Mountain” served up the kind of gritty riffing that was signature Blackmore, while by contrast, “The Temple of the King” delivered a graceful ballad (not a love song, thank you) and “Catch The Rainbow” took us on a more tranquil, Pink Floyd-ish journey.

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