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Reflections
Review by Gary Hill
This is a solo album from Candice Night.

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Reflections (American Edition)
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve already reviewed this album when the European version came out, but this version is specifically for American audiences. 

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Blackmore's Night - A Knight In York – DVD
Review by Larry Toering
This DVD comes in a few formats, the other two being CD and DVD Audio (which contains both the CD and BluRay versions).
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Various Artists - A Life in Yes: The Chris Squire Tribute
Review by Gary Hill
I grew up as a Yes fanatic from the age of 12. As a bass player myself, Chris Squire was a huge part of my own growth as a musician.
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Blackmore's Night - All Our Yesterdays
Review by G. W. Hill

I have never heard a Blackmore’s Night album I didn’t like.


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Blackmore's Night - Dancer and the Moon
Review by G. W. Hill

I have followed Blackmore’s Night a little over the years.


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Blackmore's Night - Ghost Of A Rose
Review by Larry Toering

Looking back on Blackmore’s Night’s catalog, this happens to remain at the top of their best releases, and it is surely a fan favorite.


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Rainbow - Memories in Rock - Live in Germany DVD/CD
Review by G. W. Hill
In 2016, Ritchie Blackmore pleased his more rock oriented fans by assembling a new version of Rainbow and making his return to hard rock music.

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Rainbow - Memories in Rock II
Review by Gary Hill

This new live album from Rainbow is so strong. The band really captures the sound and magic of the classic songs - both Rainbow and Deep Purple.


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Blackmore's Night - Nature's Light
Review by Gary Hill
You really can't go wrong with Blackmore's Night. I have a tendency to think that they just keep getting better with each successive release.

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Blackmore's Night - Past Times With Good Company
Review by Gary Hill
Ritchie Blackmore is certainly best known for his work in hard rocking bands Deep Purple and Rainbow. He has been showing a different face with his new band Blackmore's Night.
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Rainbow - Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow - Live in Birmingham 2016
Review by Gary Hill
This live album from the new incarnation of Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow is a solid set. It's also the companion to the video I reviewed in the last issue of Music Street Journal.

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Rainbow - Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow - Stranger In Us All
Review by Gary Hill
Once upon a time Ritchie Blackmore was known as the guitarist for Deep Purple. Eventually he left that band and formed Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow. 

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Blackmore's Night - Secret Voyage
Review by Gary Hill
Blackmore’s Night might not be on the radar in terms of pop culture, but they’ve certainly built a well-deserved following of those “in the know.”
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Blackmore's Night - Shadow Of The Moon
Review by Larry Toering

This is the first Blackmore's Night release, and when it came out it didn't seem as if the project would go as far as it did.


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Ritchie Blackmore - The Ritchie Blackmore Story BluRay
Review by G. W. Hill

A Ritchie Blackmore penned song, “Smoke on the Water” is arguably the most played rock song by guitarists learning to play rock guitar.


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Blackmore's Night - To the Moon and Back - 20 Years and Beyond
Review by Gary Hill
This new collection from Blackmore's Night continues their tradition of classy music.

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Blackmore's Night - Under A Violet Moon
Review by Larry Toering

This is the second coming of Ritchie Blackmore's pet project that started off as if it wouldn't last so long, but has proceeded to find no end in sight.


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Blackmore's Night - Winter Carols
Review by Rick Damigella
Here is a recipe for a classic holiday album: Add one guitar legend to an angelic voiced alto singer, mix with a backing band of Renaissance musicians, sprinkle with a generous amount of holiday cheer and you will yield a dozen delicious Christmas treats.
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Blackmore's Night - Winter Carols (2017 Edition)
Review by Gary Hill

Tis the season for holiday music. You can't go wrong with Blackmore's Night. This is a newly remastered version of their classic Winter Carols album.


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