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Ritchie Blackmore - The Man In Black mp3 download
Performer: Ritchie Blackmore
Title: The Man In Black
Country: UK
Released: 1998
Rating: 4.3/5
FLAC size: 1801 mb | MP3 size: 1199 mb | WMA size: 1159 mb
Genre: Rock

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Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow (sometimes stylised Ritchie Blackmore's R-A-I-N-B-O-W) is the first studio album by American/British rock band Rainbow, released in 1975. During studio sessions in Tampa Bay, Florida on 12 December 1974, Blackmore originally planned to record the solo single "Black Sheep of the Family"- a cover of a track by the band Quatermass from 1970 - and the newly composed "Sixteenth Century Greensleeves", which was to be the B-side.

Richard Hugh Blackmore. Also known as. The Man in Black. 1945-04-14) 14 April 1945 (age 74) Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England. to record the second album Rising (1976), and the following live album, On Stage (1977) Blackmore continued with Rainbow, and in 1979 the band released a new album titled Down To Earth, which featured R&B singer Graham Bonnet

Ritchie Blackmore and Candice Night) 6. Too Late for Tears (25:33) (Written by Ritchie Blackmore, Doogie White and Pat Regan) 7. Black Masquerade (30:27) (Written by Ritchie Blackmore, Paul Morris, Doogie White and Candice Night) 8. Silence (36:03) (Written by Ritchie Blackmore and Doogie White) 9. Hall of the Mountain King (40:07) (Lyrics by Candice Night, Music composed by. Edvard Grieg, Arrangement by Ritchie Blackmore) 10. Still I'm Sad (45:39) (Written by Paul Samwell-Smith and Jim McCarty)

After 10 studio albums with Blackmore’s Night (between 1997-2015), Ritchie felt nostalgic and made a surprising return to rock music with 3 concerts in 2016. Although those concerts received a mixed reactions from the fans, due to lack of pre-shows rehearsals and Ritchie surgery, it was good to see The Man In Black back in action with his white Strat. Last year another 4 concerts were played (better), recorded and were released on April the 6th 2018 under a name Memories In Rock II, a live album which includes this new track

Ritchie Blackmore: the man, the myth, the lost interview. Twenty-one years ago, in September 1995, I spent four boozy and relaxed hours in the company of Ritchie Blackmore at the now closed Normandie Inn in Bohemia, Long Island – his supposedly haunted home-from-home about an hour’s drive north of New York City. He was good company; honest, amusing, dry as toast. Are you against black music, or black people? Jimi Hendrix taught me an awful lot, and black blues players. But I don’t like black R&B music, I don’t like disco. But Glenn was not being himself. He wanted to be Stevie Wonder. When it came to recording their debut album, Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow, you used members of the band Elf, including singer Ronnie Dio. But a different line-up backed you on Rainbow’s debut tour. Did you ever intend to tour with that band?

Blackmore's Night is a British/American traditional folk rock band formed in 1997, consisting mainly of Ritchie Blackmore (acoustic guitar, hurdy gurdy, mandola, mandolin, nyckelharpe and electric guitar) and Candice Night (lead vocals, lyricist and woodwinds). Lineup has seen a lot of changes over the years. To date they have released ten studio albums.

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 1975 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.

Ritchie Blackmore can be categorized as one of the pioneers of the shred guitar playing style, with his fast and technical style. He said: "When I was 20, I didn't give a damn about song construction. I just wanted to make as much noise and play as fast and as loud as possible. So the first album marked the distinctive hard rock sound of Ritchie Blackmore was "In Rock" (1970), and one of the main reasons of it was Blackmore's impression at that time from the King Crimson's first album "In the Court of the Crimson King" (1969). On the album's development, Blackmore stated: "I got fed up with playing with classical orchestras, and thought, 'well, this is my turn.


A Little Brown Jug
B Getaway


Originally recorded in 1965.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CB-314 Richie Blackmore* Getaway / Little Brown Jug ‎(7", Single) Oriole CB-314 UK 1965
HR 1 Ritchie Blackmore The Man In Black ‎(7", Unofficial) HR Archive HR 1 Europe 1998
HR 1 Ritchie Blackmore The Man In Black ‎(7", Unofficial, Yel) HR Archive HR 1 Europe 1998