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  1. Goltiran

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    Aug 21,  · The album could've been sooo much better., here's the setlist for almost the entire tour apart from a few are changes and all the neat stuff they (Jon & Richie) would throw in mid-song: Keyboard solo Knocking At Your Back Door No. I bought all the remasters just last year. Previous to that, the only non-compilation Rainbow album I had.
  2. Juzuru

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    Oh please, a drum solo on a studio album, tedious in the extreme. You want a great drum solo look no furthur than Neal Peart on the live Rush album All The Worlds A Stage. Now he really is the 'professor on the drumkit'. I think Roger did some great work on Fun In Space, someone's already mentioned Lets Get Crazy, a great track.
  3. Nesida

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    The sound is raw,the energy is high & the songs are good. Brian Connolly's vocie is as raw as they raycarsimpsicaperranavitytyre.xyzinfo only bad thing is The man with the golden arm, a minute long track with drum solo that wasn't fun on Desolation Boulevard raycarsimpsicaperranavitytyre.xyzinfo from that this album really packs a punch & is an essential item for the real rock fan.
  4. Yozshukree

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    Nov 27,  · Rainbow Ripped Apart (Darker Than Blue) November 27, April 15, ~ A Purple Hippie ~ 1 Comment. Rainbow Drum Solo Long Live Rock ‘n’ Roll Maybe Next Time Since You Been Gone (whether CD or CD-R), I rip directly to FLAC5, and do not in anyway modify the transferred recording.
  5. Vudonos

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    On Saturday 16th August Rainbow took to the stage to headline the first rock festival to be staged at Castle Donington. It was the culmination of the band s tour in support of the hugely successful Down To Earth album, released in , and would prove to be the last live show featuring this particular line-up of the band: Ritchie Blackmore (guitars), Don Airey (keyboards), Graham Bonnet Reviews:
  6. Nir

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    Mar 28,  · Album Pete York Presents Super Drumming: "The Best" Cozy Powell Drum Solo - Germany (remastered) - Duration: Cozy Powell from Rainbow having fun on British TV in - .
  7. Doutaur

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    Disc 2 () Keyboard Intro, Stargazer, Still I’m Sad incl. Keyboard Solo, Drum Solo incl. Overture, Still I’m Sad (reprise), Do You Close Your Eyes, Over The Rainbow By Ritchie Blackmore had tired of Deep Purple, the collective musical direction had shifted and no longer feeling inspired by his bandmates, he would seek his.
  8. Goltigor

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    The s saw a CD release including the songs "Wring That Neck" and "Child in Time". In EMI released special edition DVD-A, SACD and 2-CD sets of Concerto for Group and Orchestra, featuring the entire program of music played that night. In , a video recording of .

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