Nature's Light / Blackmore's Night.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Indian Valley Public Library.
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|Indian Valley Public Library||Compact Disc 12063 Pop B (Text)||39427103490462||CD Area||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Germany : Earmusic, 2021.
Blackmore's Night were founded in 1997 by legendary guitar icon Ritchie Blackmore and his partner, singer Candice Night to stage their mutual love for traditional Medieval and Folk-Rock music. Ritchie Blackmore has shaped the Hard Rock scene for decades as one of the most influential, talented and notorious guitarists ever, first with Deep Purple and later with Rainbow. This is Blackmore's Night's eleventh studio album and their first in six years
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CD 1: Once upon December -- Four winds -- Feather in the wind -- Darker shade of black -- The twisted oak -- Nature's light -- Der letzte musketier -- Wish you were here (2021) -- Going to the faire -- Second element -- CD 2: Shadow of the moon -- Under a violet moon -- Storm -- Way to Mandalay -- Streets of London -- Empty words -- Believe in me -- Dancer and the moon -- All our yesterdays.
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Blackmore's Night : Ritchie Blackmore, acoustic and electric guitars, hurdy-gurdy, nickelharpe, mandola; Candice Night, lead vocals, harmony vocals, all Renaissance and Medieval woodwinds, tambourines; Bard David of Larchmont, keyboards, background vocals; Earl Grey of Chimay, bass and rhythm guitar; Troubadour of Aberdeen, percussion; Scarlet Fiddler, violin; Lady Lynn, background vocals; with additional vocals by Autumn and Rory Blackmore (Going to the faire) and Jim Pappalard (Second element).
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