Rainbow: The Definitive Review 1975-1979: This is the independent critical review of the music of Rainbow during the crucial period from 1975-1979 when the creative partnership of Ritchie Blackmore and Ronnie James Dio took the band to the very top of the rock world.
Rainbow: The Definitive Review 1979-1997: This is the independent critical review of the music of Rainbow during the crucial period from 1979-1997, which saw the arrival of Graham Bonnet through to the final Stranger In Us All tour. Features rare footage of Rainbow with Graham Bonnet, Joe Lynne Turner and Doogie White.
Rainbow Revisited: White Noise: Doogie White's White Noise took concert halls by storm. High energy shows rocked audiences who seized the opportunity to celebrate again in the live arena performances of material drawn mainly from the brilliant Rainbow masterpiece Stranger In Us All. Features the only known film of "Tarot Woman" performed live.
This collection pays tribute to the pioneering legacy of Ritchie Blackmore's 1970s heavy-metal supergroup, Rainbow, with three different programs. RAINBOW: THE DEFINITIVE REVIEW 1975-1979 and RAINBOW: THE DEFINITIVE REVIEW 1979-1997 offer critical reviews of the band's recorded output during those years through archival footage, rare live performances, and interviews with critics, musicologists, and former band members; while RAINBOW REVISITED: WHITE NOISE profiles former Rainbow frontman Doogie White's new band, White Noise.
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Rock And Roll |
Rock Bands |
Rock Documentaries |
Rock Legends |
Rock Music |
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