New Blackmore's Night Album, 'Dancer and the Moon,' Features Tribute to Deep Purple's Jon Lord

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FuturePrimitive666

Happy Birthday, today, April 14th, Ritchie! Keep playing those songs for opossums and mills! lol

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FuturePrimitive666

Tributes to Ronnie James Dio (The Temple of the King), Uriah Heep (Lady in Black) and Randy Newman (I Think It's Going To Rain Today), as well, for that matter. In any case, it sounds like a nice release on paper. Would love to catch the tour in July. "Flight of the Rat", indeed!

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guitarladd

I didn't know old Uriah had died. I saw his daughter Imogene singing with Jeff Beck a while back. Seriously though, did Randy Newman die? I didn't know that.

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FuturePrimitive666

So, YOU are assuming (ass = u + me) that one can only pay tribute to someone who has died. When I sang "Paranoid" at the university talent showcase for my students, and I said that I would like to pay tribute now to one of my favourite bands of all-time, I think that it was pretty clear that I was simply dedicating my performance to "Black Sabbath" and in no way insinuating that they had died. "Uriah Heep" are alive and well, and it would be nice to catch one of the shows with John Lawton soon; and, Randy Newman will be inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame later this month, healthily in attendance, I would reckon. So, go crawl back under your rock, please.

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WWallner

First day buyer - A tribute from Ritchie Blackmore to Jon Lord is a must own item!

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krshnakrunch

Alternate album title:

"More Songs About Possums and Mead"

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