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cj_pesch: Blackmore's Night Concert at House of Blues Cleveland, Cleveland, OH, USA Setlist on October 14, 2009 1. God Save the Keg 2. Locked Within the Crystal Ball 3. Queen for a Day, 4. Under a Violet Moon 5. Soldier Of Fortune 6. Durch den Wald zum Bach Haus 7. World of Stone 8. Gilded Cage 9. Toast to Tomorrow 10. Diamonds and Rust 11. Home Again 12. Ariel 13. Lorely 14. The Circle 15. Fires At Midnight 16. Wind in the Willows 17. The Clock Ticks On 18. First of May Blackmore's Night Concert at House of Blues, Chicago, IL, USA Setlist on October 17, 2009 1. God Save the Keg 2. Locked Within the Crystal Ball 3. Queen for a Day 4. Under a Violet Moon 5. Renaissance Faire 6. Soldier Of Fortune 7. Durch den Wald zum Bach Haus 8. World of Stone 9. Toast to Tomorrow 10. Diamonds and Rust 11. Home Again 12. Minstrel Hall 13. Ghost of a Rose 14. Wind in the Willows 15. Keys/Carmina/Drums 16. The Circle 17. Lorely 18. Woman from Tokyo 19. Smoke on the Water 20. Black Night 21. Fires At Midnight 22. The Clock Ticks On 23. Times are a Changing 24. Dandelion Wine
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netivot: Немножко стандартные сеты, а? Спасибо за инфу
Catherine: cj_pesch пишет: 18. Woman from Tokyo Это ещё кто? А вообще всё по-старому( Неинтересно как-то(
Linda: Catherine пишет: cj_pesch пишет: цитата: 18. Woman from Tokyo Это песня из репертуара Deep Purple. Не думала, что они будут исполнять ее...
Aelroun: Зря они эту песню взяли... У Кэндис гиллановские партии исполнять не очень получается.
Кристина: Woman from Tokyo - я только что заметила!!! Одна из самых классных дип пёпл'овских песен!!!
Lord Raiden: Linda, Catherine, WfT они исполняют на концертах уже давным-давно...
Catherine: Lord Raiden, совсем не средневековая песня((( Бэ((((
Linda: Lord Raiden пишет: Linda, Catherine, WfT они исполняют на концертах уже давным-давно... Да? Ух ты! А я и не замечала...
Lord Raiden: Catherine, да, ну и что? По мне так чем разностороннее группа и ее концерты, тем лучше.
Aelroun: Catherine пишет: совсем не средневековая песня((( Бэ(((( Да дело даж не в том, что не средневековая, а другого толка что ли... Эти две группы всё-таки оооочень отличаются. Вот стали они такими сюпризами диппёрпловских фанатов баловать, и произошло на питерском концерте, что произошло... Тогда уж лучше рейнбовские каверы. Тот же Self Portrait, замечательно получился.
Catherine: Lord Raiden, а мне наоборот, чем аутентичнее, тем лучше. Как на альбоме SOTM. Aelroun пишет: Да дело даж не в том, что не средневековая, а другого толка что ли... Эти две группы всё-таки оооочень отличаются. Вот стали они такими сюпризами диппёрпловских фанатов баловать, и произошло на питерском концерте, что произошло... Тогда уж лучше рейнбовские каверы. Тот же Self Portrait, замечательно получился. Абсолютно согласна.
minstrel: они исполняли ее издавна, но редко. а вообще, как я вижу, по стабильности сетлистов, все-таки BN давно обогнали Мелдис... и этот сетлист - не исключение =)
Catherine: Нашел с кем сравнивать
netivot: Ещё один-сет-лист: Sunday, October 25, 2009 Word CafЁ¦ Philadelphia, PA Locked within the Crystal Ball Queen for a Day Under a Violet Moon Renaissance Faire Minstrel Hall Greensleeves Home Again Diamonds and Rust Toast to Tomorrow Durch den Wald zum Bachhaus World of Stone Keys/Carmina/Drums Wish You Were Here Ocean Gypsy Fires at Midnight Ghost of a Rose Wind in the Willows I Still Remember Clock Ticks On
Catherine: Почти не меняется...
Lord Raiden: Catherine, да у Блэкмора с 1972 года сет-листы совсем уж разными то и не бывают.
netivot: Ещё сет-листы с сайта rainbowfanclan.com Tuesday Oct 27 Somerville Theater Somerville Ma 01.Locked Within The Crystal Ball 02. Queen For A Day 03. Under A Violet Moon 04. Renaissance Fair 05. Soldier of Fortune 06. Durch Den Wald Zum Bachaus 07. Toast To Tomorrow 08. World Of Stone 09. Diamonds And Rust 10. Rhiannon 11. Home Again >>Drink>> Falderie >> Home Again 12. Gilded Cage 13. Piano Solo >> Drum Solo 14. Black Night W/ Woman from Tokyo Tease 15. The Circle 16. Loreley 17. The Old Village Lanterne Thursday, October 29, 2009 Irvine Plaza New York City, NY Locked within the Crystal Ball Queen for a Day Under a Violet Moon Renaissance Faire Durch den Wald zum Bachhaus Diamonds and Rust Far Far away Home Again Toast to Tomorrow World of Stone Keys/Carmina/Drums Black Night The Circle Ghost of a Rose Wind in the Willows Clock Ticks On Encore: The Village Lanterne You Tube Videos Chicago Oct 17th Ghost of a Rose http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_b7wDC-HBjo Mondtanz http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SF1ueW3tW6g Wind in the Willows http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsfoastYKa0 The Circle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9z7KAa_GqBY Smoke On The Water http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnlH7_xmi6Q Black Night http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf8c5at2RFM Fires At Midnight http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkX7IwgerBo
netivot: Взято с Kweevak.com The Haunting Blackmore's NightCasts a Halloween Spell in New York City This year we got Ritchie and Candy for Halloween. That is Richard Hugh Blackmore and Candice Night of Blackmore's Night. These two talented namesakes founded this unique band in 1997 and have grown it into an international sensation known for the passion, pageantry and musical prowess they have brought to their medieval folk music revival. Ritchie Blackmore and Candice Night of Blackmore's Night: Husband, wife and chart-topping song-writing team. Ritchie is best-known for his work in classic hard rock. Candice Night is a former model and now the lead singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist in Blackmore's Night. The pair married in October 2008 after a long courtship and both share an intense interest in Renaissance music. Their signature sound melds classic sounds of the past with present textures and tones for their own spellbinding brand of traditional music. Ritchie, Candice and their group of minstrels dress the part evoking the fashion of days gone by while playing both modern and traditional instruments. The band also includes Bard David of Larchmont (keys, organ, harpsichord, accordion and pipe organ), Gypsy Rose (violin), Earl Grey of Chamay (bass, mandolin and guitar), Squire Malcolm (drums and percussion) and Minstrel Albert (bagpipes, flute and wind instruments). The group performs at Renaissance fairs and stand alone shows in theaters and often in castles, especially in Europe. Many of their subjects wear period costumes (garb) to concerts adding to the flavor and festivity of a Blackmore's Night concert and the sold out gig at the Fillmore Theater in New York City on October 29, 2009 was no exception. This marquee date on the band's Secret Voyage Autumn Nights 2009 Tour marked a high-point for the group who has been sailing higher than ever on the strength of the 2008 CD release of the same name. The album landed in the number one spot on the Billboard New Age Charts and has remained in the top ten ever since. Prior to Blackmore's Night taking the stage, two of their minstrels performed to open the show. Earl played a medieval string instrument plucking a pretty piece that was well received by the aptly attired audience. Albert entertained the fans with a short set utilizing a mix of tools including the bagpipes, the hurdy gurdy and wind instruments. The crowd enthusiastically applauded his art and antics. The intro to "God Save The Keg" was heard before shadows graced the stage and the spell was cast immediately with "Locked Within The Crystal Ball". The tune was vibrant and was enhanced by the visual backdrop behind the stage, which was used subtly throughout the evening. Candice was enchanting and the instrumentation was engaging propelled by daunting drumming. Earl Grey of Chamay on bass and Blackmore shrouded in a moment of darkness. "Good to be back home again... you look gorgeous," said the effervescent Mrs. Blackmore jokingly in a Long Island accent when greeting the crowd for the evening. She acknowledged her betrothal to Ritchie since the last event in New York before plugging the Kitty Kind organization set up in the Fillmore lobby. Blackmore's Night is supporting several local no-kill animal shelters during their U.S. run. Taking the fans back to a more simple, more magical time the band launched into "Queen For A Day" with its royal riffs and tambourine taps for rhythm before the tune took a rigorous turn as the crowd responded with enthused clapping. "Under A Violet Moon" was a vibrant sing-a-long featuring a vivid violin passage from Gypsy Rose. It was followed by the festive "Renaissance Faire" which had rows of fans clapping and swaying. Green lights and a picture of lush forests crafted the mood for "Durch den Wald zum Bach Haus". The medieval instrumental was whimsical and wondrous while David's keys cascaded like a gentle rain as the piece progressed into a lively lilt. Blackmore's Night's interpretation of Joan Baez's "Diamonds & Rust" was delicate yet dynamic with Candice center stage adding to the stately seriousness of the song. "Far Far Away" - written by a friend in the front row - flowed from faint to flourishing. The concert was mystical allowing people to get caught up in the fantasy of medieval times and masterful musicianship. The set list was a mix of mesmerizing songs and motivating rockers. "Toast To Tomorrow" was spirited with its feisty flare and was followed by "World Of Stone" a bold ballad about banding together and standing up for what is right and was inspired by Joan of Arc. The pair's Secret Voyage sailed to the top of the charts in 2008 - where it has remained for well over a year. The instrumental by the minstrels included a passionate piano part from David and a full fledged rock drum solo from Malcolm, which set the stage for "Black Night". Ritchie was lavish on his leads that ranged from intricate to intense, demonstrating that he is still a master of the hard rock guitar as well as a Renaissance man. "The Circle" was potent with a powerful solo from Blackmore. "Wind In The Willows" an old English folk song started off wispy than expanded into weighty instrumentation. Blackmore's Night closed the set with the timeless "The Clock Ticks On" with Ritchie playing the hurdy gurdy producing strange haunting sounds as it was cranked. Candice and the others added animation to the piece with various instruments. Blackmore (bass, guitar, hurdy gurdy and mandolin) is best known for crafting hard rocking riffs for Deep Purple and Rainbow from the late sixties into the mid nineties. But to this day and on this tour he still has moments where he will pull out the famous white Stratocaster and transform himself into the Lord of the Licks. On the Chicago date the band dusted off Deep Purple's "Woman From Tokyo" and "Smoke On The Water". In Cleveland they offered up the deep cut "Soldier of Fortune" and New York got a Blackmore's Night staple of "Black Night" with its signature sing-along section. In fact, a massive song book rested at Candice's feet with no real setlist in sight meaning you just never know what you'll get at their concerts, but you can bet that it will be good. Blackmore's immersion into full-time medieval music has confounded his fan base to a degree and is viewed as a trick and questionable move away from rock stardom by many. But, for fans of the band who have discovered the group over the past twelve years the current musical direction has been a rewarding treat. In fact, Ritchie's work in this band marks the most stable and consistent period of his long and storied career. Perhaps fans who may have passed initially due to the perceived quirkiness of his chosen path should perhaps give the outfit another try. Blackmore and Night have passionately pursued their craft with true determination that is now richly paying off as far as the concert goers are concerned. In a live setting followers are rewarded with an eclectic evening of music that fuses old and new in a completely compelling manner. Fillmore attendees were treated to the light yet lavish "Village Lanterne" as the encore to close the two-hour show in New York that left patrons wanting more. Candice was a lovely leading lady who had an easy manner with Blackmore and the fans throughout the performance. The various medieval instruments that Night played enhanced the magic of the music and her use of the tambourine enticed more crowd participation. All in all - Blackmore's Night was spellbinding and enchanting - and a musical light in the season of darkness! BLACKMORE'S NIGHT SETLIST - 10/29/09 God Save The Keg Locked Within The Crystal Ball Queen For A Day Under A Violet Moon Renaissance Faire Durch den Wald zum Bach Haus Diamonds & Rust Far Far Away Home Again Toast To Tomorrow World Of Stone Black Night The Circle Ghost Of A Rose Wind In The Willows The Clock Ticks On Encore Village Lanterne
netivot: Blackmore's Night - Live in Charlotte, 1 November 2009 Ritchie was in a good mood and delivered a good/interesting show! 1. God Save the Keg 2. Locked Within the Crystal Ball 3. Queen For A Day 4. Under a Violet Moon 5. Renaissance Fair 6. Durch den Wald zum Bachhaus 7. Diamonds and Rust 8. Far Far away 9. Minstrell Hall 10. Home Again 11. Toast to Tomorrow 12. World of Stone 13. Keys/Carmina/Drums 14. Wish You Were Here/Spirit of The Sea 15. Fires At Midnight 16. The Clock Ticks On 17. The Circle 18. Difficult To Cure 19. Saint Theresa ( may be missing a song or two)
cj_pesch: 10. Rhiannon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! охринеть!!!!!! (ссори ) Я ХОЧУ ЭТО УСЛЫШАТЬ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Я уже давно думала что эта песня в исполнении БН должна звучать отлично!!!!!
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