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2.0 out of 5 stars Nothing to write home about, 23 July 2013
This review is from: Dancer And The Moon (Audio CD)
Blackmore's Night are the only group I buy CD's of these days because I love the mix of old and comtemporary, vocal and instumental. But this is simply bland and each song sounds pretty much the same. There's nothing catchy, foot tapping or inspirational here, unlike so much of their other music. I wasn't that taken with "Autumn Sky" either and was looking forward to some great new music, but I guess I'll have to play their other albums instead. Disappointing.
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Initial post: 14 Jul 2014 16:46:30 BDT
In 1973 Ian Gillan quit Deep Purple, saying the music had become stale and formulaic.
That's how I feel about Blackmore's Night.
Every album is the same now..a drinking song, a cover of a classic song, a few instrumentals and a ballad or 2.

Also Candice has changed her sdinging style, it seems more forced these days.

They really need to come up with something different before I buy another BN album, I've skipped the last 2.
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