RAINBOW - CATCH THE RAINBOW: THE ANTHOLOGY - NEW CD

  • Sold for: Start FREE Trial! or Sign In to see what it's worth.
  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 08,2012
  • Channel: Online Auction
Powered by Frooition Pro full size. Full Size Image Catch the Rainbow: The Anthology - CD NEW Artist: RainbowRuntime: Not Available Retail Price: $16.95

Tracks Details Notes Reviews

DISC 1:
1. Man on the Silver Mountain
2. Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
3. Catch the Rainbow
4. Tarot Woman
5. Starstruck
6. Stargazer
7. Light in the Black
8. Mistreated - (live)
9. Long Live Rock 'n' Roll
10. Gates of Babylon
11. Kill the King
12. Rainbow Eyes
DISC 2:
1. Eyes of the World
2. Since You Been Gone
3. All Night Long
4. Weiss Heim
5. I Surrender
6. Spotlight Kid
7. Can't Happen Here
8. Jealous Lover
9. Death Alley Driver
10. Stone Cold
11. Tearin' Out My Heart
12. Power
13. Can't Let You Go
14. Desperate Heart
15. Street of Dreams
16. Difficult to Cure - (live) Tracks Details Notes Reviews

Tracks Details Notes Reviews

Rainbow: Ronnie James Dio, Graham Bonnet, Joe Lynn Turner (vocals); Ritchie Blackmore (guitar); Mickey Lee Soule (piano, Clavinet, organ, Mellotron); Tony Carey, David Stone, Don Airey, David Rosenthal (keyboards); Jimmy Bain, Bob Daisley, Roger GloverCraig Gruber (bass); Gary Driscoll, Cozy Powell, Bob Rondinelli, Chuck Burgi (drums).
Additional personnel: Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Bavarian String Ensemble, Japanese Symphony Orchestra.
Producers: Martin Birch, Roger Glover.
Compilation producer: Bill Levenson.
Recorded between 1975 & 1984. Includes liner notes by Jerry Bllom and Mark Welch.
Personnel: Graham Bonnet, Joe Lynn Turner, Ronnie James Dio (vocals); Ritchie Blackmore (guitar); Ferenc Kiss (violin); Ottmer Machan (viola); Rudi Risavy (flute); Max Hecker (recorder); Micky Lee Soule (piano, Clavinet, organ, Mellotron); David Rosenthal, Don Airey, David Stone, Tony Carey (keyboards); Cozy Powell, Bob Rondinelli, Chuck Burgi, Gary Driscoll (drums).
Recording information: Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan (02/20/1975-03/??/1984); Japan (02/20/1975-03/??/1984); La Chateau, Paris, France (02/20/1975-03/??/1984); Le Studio, Morin Heights, Canada (02/20/1975-03/??/1984); Maison Rouge Mobile Studio (02/20/1975-03/??/1984); Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany (02/20/1975-03/??/1984); Sweet Silence Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark (02/20/1975-03/??/1984).
Photographers: Anthony Loew; Jim Houghton; Fin Costello.
Unknown Contributor Role: Munich Philharmonic Orchestra.
Arranger: Ritchie Blackmore.
Released in 2003, the exceptional two-CD Rainbow collection Catch the Rainbow: The Anthology provides a deeper understanding of how the band influenced the direction of hard rock and heavy metal. Between 1975 and 1984, former Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore guided his new band (which had dizzying revolving-door lineup changes) through visions of mystical heavy metal and polished, radio-friendly hard rock. Blackmore's employment of vocalists Ronnie James Dio, Graham Bonnet, and Joe Lynn Turner created three distinct periods, all of which Catch the Rainbow: The Anthology expands upon further than 2000's perfunctory 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Rainbow and 1997's stellar The Very Best of Rainbow. Indispensable songs such as "Man on the Silver Mountain," "Catch the Rainbow," "Stargazer," "Long Live Rock 'n' Roll," "Since You Been Gone," "Stone Cold," and "Street of Dreams" are included, of course. Other tracks that will enlighten Rainbow neophytes are "Sixteenth Century Greensleeves," "A Light in the Black," "Gates of Babylon," "Rainbow Eyes," "Eyes of the World," "Spotlight Kid," and "Jealous Lover." All the previously mentioned songs are excellent, but the two that fully showcase Blackmore's technical prowess are live epics -- the 13-minute, blues-oriented Deep Purple holdover "Mistreated" and the 11-minute "Difficult to Cure," based on Beethoven's Ninth Symphony and featuring the Japanese Symphony Orchestra. Although die-hard fans might suggest substitutions, it's hard to quibble too much about the song selection ...

Items in the Worthopedia are obtained exclusively from licensors and partners solely for our members’ research needs.

Relevant Articles