Runboard.com
You're welcome.
Community logo


runboard.com       Sign up (learn about it) | Sign in (lost password?)

Page:  1  2  3  4 

 
TeleCat Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Purple fan

Registered: 10-2003
Posts: 775
Reply | Quote
Re: Top 10 songs


Lazy
Fight the Good Fight (Triumph)
Nobody's Home
Snortin' Whiskey (Pat Travers)
Coronarius Redig
Stargazer
Lady Whiskey (Wishbone Ash)
For Your Life (Led Zeppelin)
County Fair (Joe Walsh)
No One Came
24/5/2004, 14:47 Link to this post Send Email to TeleCat   Send PM to TeleCat
 
king leonidas Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Purple fan

Registered: 06-2004
Posts: 30
Reply | Quote
Re: Top 10 songs


1. Rainbow in the Dark - Dio
2. Knockin at your back door - Deep Purple
3. The battle rages on - Deep Purple
4. Hallowed be thy name - Iron Maiden
5. Deja vu - Iron Maiden
6. Temple of the king - Rainbow
7. Wishing well - Free
8. In all my dreams (you rescue me) - Wishbone Ash
9. Rainbow blues - Blackmore's Night version
10. Too old to rock 'n' roll: too young to die - Jethro Tull


Very difficult not to fill up with Deep Purple and Rainbow songs.
7/6/2004, 15:33 Link to this post  
 
Ritchies Strat Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Banned user

Registered: 09-2003
Posts: 4267
Reply | Quote
Re: Top 10 songs


quote:

king leonidas wrote:

6. Temple of the king - Rainbow


Very difficult not to fill up with Deep Purple and Rainbow songs.


 I'm finding it pleasantly strange that Temple Of The King has been making waves in several lists as of late. With all of the great studio tracks on RBR and live versions of MOTSM, SIS, 16CG, CTR that TOTK has been creeping into the conscience of the general fanatic Blackmore base is testament to that lp's ability to stand the test of time.
 Could it be that the great live version with Doogie that was released has regenerated a spark and has us revisiting that tune in it's original state? Or could it be that, now with BN, we are seeing Ritchies vision for the future from way back in 75' and beginning to appreciate it?
 For me, I always liked the song, but it was Doogies version that gave me a new found appreciation for the song, and now I consider it a much stronger tune in it's placement on RBR than I had previously given it credit for.
A pretty non-obvious list by King L, but a good one at that.



---
"Every time she goes Vavoom,
I wiggle in my chair"- excerpt from the book 'Things a Grown Man Should Never Say'.
7/6/2004, 16:08 Link to this post Send Email to Ritchies Strat   Send PM to Ritchies Strat
 


Reply

Page:  1  2  3  4 





You are not logged in (login)