Blackmore has chosen with Memories in Rock II to give us all the classic Rainbow tracks live and direct and yes those memories do indeed come flooding back. The track listing is a true back catalogue of the greatest hits, just what the fans wanted. The band complement Ritchie’s musicality perfectly and when he turns on the virtuosity they take a well earned back seat. New vocalist Ronnie Romero does then songs justice and at times takes them to a new level. Also included on the album is a new recording. ’Waiting For A Sign’.
Artist: Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow. Album: Memories in Rock II. Genre: Rock. Tracklist: CD1: 01 – Over the Rainbow – Live 02 – Spotlight Kid – Live 03 – I Surrender – Live 04 – Mistreated – Live 05 – Since You’ve Been Gone – Live 06 – Man on the Silver Mountain, Woman from Tokyo – Live 07 – 16th Century Greensleeves – Live 09 – Perfect Strangers – Live 10 – Difficult to Cure – Live 11 – All Night Long – Live 12 – Child in Time – Live. CD2: 01 – Stargazer – Live 02 – Long Live Rock’n’roll, Lazy – Live 03 – Catch the Rainbow – Live 04 – Black Night – Live 05 – Carry on Jon – Live 06 – Temple of the King – Live 07 – Smoke on the Water – Live 08 – Waiting for a Sign.
Memories in Rock II. Rainbow. Released April 6, 2018. Memories in Rock II Tracklist. 2. Spotlight Kid Lyrics.
RainbowArtist: Rainbow Album: Memories In Rock II Label: Sony Music.
Due out April 6, Memories in Rock II is being billed as "the most unique Rainbow package ever released. Look over the complete track listing below, and check out promo footage for the album above.
On Memories In Rock II, Blackmore and band - which includes vocalist Ronnie Romero, keyboardist Jens Johansson, bassist Bob Nouveau, drummer Dave Keith, and backing vocalists Lady Lynn and Candice Night - tear through many of the Deep Purple and Rainbow classics that you have been waiting decades for Blackmore to play. Memories In Rock II Track Listing: CD1: 01. Over The Rainbow 02. Spotlight Kid 03.
Tracklist: 01. I Surrender 04. Mistreated 05. Since You’ve Been Gone 06. Man on the Silver Mountain, Woman from Tokyo 07. 16th Century Greensleeves 08.
Memories in Rock - Live in Germany. On this album, which is recorded from their UK tour the following year, the band have introduced a few new DP songs, but still nothing from the Strangers album, and Ritchie and Ronnie are in fine form, but the mixing is terrible. Half the songs sound like there is no bass on them at all, so no longer a driving metal rock riff, but lead guitar only. Makes the whole album sound flat.