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Posted by: Joanne25 09-Mar-2011, 11:58 AM
Thanks to Celtic Radio, I've recently become exposed to Blackmore's Night... I just love and adore their "Now and Then" song... and I'm interested in picking up more of their repertoire, but there's so much and I don't know where to start! smile.gif

What are your favorite tracks from their albums?

Posted by: Rindy 11-Mar-2011, 11:46 AM
First of all I'd like to welcome you to Celtic Radio Joanne25. I like so many songs of Blackmores Night. But my favorite has always been All For One off of the album Ghost of A Rose. It's one of those songs that has been embedded in my mind forever. I hope you enjoy the great folks here on the forum as well.


Posted by: Joanne25 11-Mar-2011, 02:05 PM
Thanks Rindy!! I'll check that one out!

Posted by: Rindy 11-Mar-2011, 04:00 PM
Your very welcome Joanne25. I love their music I don't think you'll go wrong with any of the cds. I was so glad when they came to Celtic Radio quite some time ago. thumbs_up.gif


Posted by: Robert Phoenix 11-Mar-2011, 09:28 PM
My top three BN songs are Fires at Midnight, their version of The Times are a'Changing (which I think is thier best video) and The Village Lantern. The first song off thier new album is growing on me too. the one about the Highlands-I can't remember the name right now and I don't have the CD yet but its the first song on there.

And wouldn't you know it but BN just started playing on Celtic Rock radio right now as I was typing this. Coincidence?

Posted by: hellknight 12-Mar-2011, 06:14 AM
The number that for me will always be their best is "Fires at Midnight"- it's the song that made me become a fan. The whole mystical atmosphere they create with that song is wonderful.
Besides that, It's hard for me to name what other songs I consider "their best" - I really like "Faery Queen", as well as "Play Minstrel Play".

Anyone here ever been to one of their "castle tour" shows? I've attended 2 of them in Germany, and, IMHO, there's no better way to experience their music then them playing it live in the courtyard of an old castle.

Posted by: heartsong 13-Mar-2011, 11:14 AM
They do have a lot to chose from, but the one's I've heard are great. I like most of their songs, but Ghost of a Rose, Sister Gypsy, and Diamonds and Rust, Ocean Gypsy are probably my favorites.

Posted by: Aaediwen 15-Mar-2011, 04:50 PM
Ghost of a Rose is still my favorite CD of theirs. "Ivory Tower" and the title track are awesome.

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