The Deep Purple legend offers up some tasteful electric blues lines in this cut taken from the band's new album, Nature's Light
The track was originally recorded by the guitarist for his folk-oriented project, Blackmore’s Night.
"Black Sheep of the Family"—itself a cover of a 1970 track by Quartermass—was recorded by the original incarnation of the band for their self-titled 1975 debut album.
Some rarely seen footage of Eddie Van Halen backstage playing some of the riffs that influenced him the most.
Ritchie Blackmore exhibits his collection, and discusses the arduous process of scalloping his fretboards.