Ritchie Blackmore with Rainbow Munich, Germany on 12th June 2019. Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow Live Project 2019. Christina Lynn Skleros, Blackmore's Night and Rainbow backing vocalist just after the last night Blackmore;s Night Berlin concert, Germany on 26th June 2019. Christina Skleros - "Lady Lynn" - Musicology Studios.
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.
The original recording of "Black Sheep Of The Family" - a cover of a track by the band QUATERMASS from 1970 - was included on RAINBOW's debut album, 1975's "Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow". Like the rest of the LP, the song was recorded at Musicland Studios in Munich, Germany.
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Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow" (1975) is the first album released by "Rainbow". It was recorded and released while lead guitarist Ritchie Blackmore was still a member of "Deep Purple". Lead vocalist Ronnie James Dio has called this his favourite Rainbow album. Connect to this site.
|Blackmore from J|
|A1||Over The Rainbow|
|A2||Eyes Of The World|
|A3||Love's No Friend|
|A4||Since You Been Gone|
|A5||Over The Rainbow|
|A6||Man On The Silver Mountain|
|B1||Catch The Rainbow|
|B2||Lost In Hollywood|
|B3||Beethoven 9th Synphony|
|B4||Keyboards Solo Pt. 1|
|C1||Keyboard Solo Pt. 2|
|C2||Cozy Powell Drums Solo|
|C4||Lost In Hollywood (Reprise)|
|C6||All Night Long|
|D1||Blues - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow|
|D2||Long Live Rock 'N' Roll|
|D3||Kill The King|
|D4||Long Live Rock 'N' Roll (Reprise)|
|D5||Over The Rainbow|