BLACKMORE’S NIGHT “Dancer And The Moon” Official Video Is: Stone’s METAL Pick Of The Day!


Blackmore's Night - Dancer And The Moon - promo cover pic

BLACKMORE’S NIGHT – The 8th studio album, Dancer and the Moon, from Blackmore’s Night, was released on June 11th in North America, on Frontiers Records. The Folk Rock of Blackmore’s Night carries both a Renaissance and Celtic sound; I truly find Blackmore’s Night to be a wonderfully magical band!

Blackmore’s Night are led by (core/founding members) the legendary Ritchie Blackmore and Candice Night. The Folk Rock that they have written and performed together over the years is deliciously unique; with their new album Dancer and the Moon justifying my every word!

Listen to and watch below, the official music video for the title track from Dancer and the Moon; the musical brilliance coupled with the beautifully captivating voice of Candice Night is to be savored! Metal be thy name!

Blackmore’s Night – Dancer and the Moon official music video is Stone’s METAL Pick Of The Day!

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* For more info on BLACKMORE’S NIGHT:

http://Blackmoresnight.com

Blackmores Night (Official Site)

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FRONTIERS RECORDS:

http://www.frontiers.it

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LONG LIVE BLACKMORE’S NIGHT.

Stone.

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4 Responses to “BLACKMORE’S NIGHT “Dancer And The Moon” Official Video Is: Stone’s METAL Pick Of The Day!”

  1. I’m also excited to hear Blackmore’s tribute to Jon Lord, entitled “Carry On… Jon,” which I believe closes the album. How I would have liked to hear those two rock legends duelling once again…

    • It’s a tremendous song, Kev! “Carry On… Jon” clocks in at 5:37, with Ritchie Blackmore’s signature guitar sound flowing from this Melodic (Hard Rock) instrumental. It’s already a classic to my ears! With keyboards in the background, reminiscent of Jon Lord, this song is not Folk Rock by any measure!

      The keyboards take on a Deep Purple-ish and dominant role for the last 1:30 of the song. Outstanding! 🙂 \m/\m/

    • I’ll add this too, Kev… “Carry On… Jon” is upbeat and not a funeral march; which makes it all the more better! 🙂 \m/\m/

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