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Autumn Sky

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Highland
  2. Vagabond (Make a Princess of Me)
  3. Journeyman (Vandraren)
  4. Believe in Me
  5. Sake of the Song
  6. Song and Dance, Pt. 2
  7. Celluloid Heroes
  8. Keeper of the Flame
  9. Night at Eggersberg
  10. Strawberry Girl
  11. All the Fun of the Fayre
  12. Darkness
  13. Dance of the Darkness
  14. Health to the Company
  15. Barbara Allen


Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 18, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Spinefarm/Fontana
  • ASIN: B00417HV6E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,192 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I was first introduced to Blackmore's Night earlier this year through the song 'Cartouche' which I instantly loved. I immediately set about obtaining all of their CDs and Blackmore's Night quickly became one of my favorite and most listened to bands. Beyond the Sunset and Ghost of a Rose were my favorite albums of theirs for a long time - until I listened to Autumn Sky. According to the official website of Blackmore's Night, Autumn Sky was inspired by the birth of the couples daughter, whom they named Autumn. This album reflects it, with a lot of love and thought put into in.

1. Highland
This song brought to mind rolling green hills and meadows. An electric guitar adds a nice feel at just the right moments.

2. Vagabond (Make A Princess Of Me)
Soothing, wistful melody with elegant, simple lyrics. Instruments are a guitar, a bell, and a violin. This was one of my favorites on this CD.

3. Journeyman (Vandraen)
Pipes and a harpsichord start out, then lead into vocals with drums and the pipes in the background. This song has more of a rock song then others on the album, and the melody is a little more intense. The lyrics speak of the winding road and the life of a Journeyman.

4. Believe In Me
A love song. A gentle, dreamy song, not my favorite, but easy to listen to.

5. Sake Of The Song
A spinning dancing song in the spirit of "Toast To Tomorrow" and "All For One" (Secret Voyage and Ghost Of A Rose)

6. Song And Dance
Instrumental - Upbeat, toe-tapping number, that will bring to mind lively village dancing.

7. Celluloid Heroes
My least favorite song on the album. It seems to me to have departed from the renaissance style that makes this album awesome.
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I was first introduced to Blackmore's Night in early 2010 through the song 'Cartouche' which I instantly loved. I immediately set about obtaining all of their CDs and Blackmore's Night quickly became one of my favorite and most listened to bands. Beyond the Sunset and Ghost of a Rose were my favorite albums of theirs for a long time - until I listened to Autumn Sky. According to the official website of Blackmore's Night, Autumn Sky was inspired by the birth of the couples daughter, whom they named Autumn. This album reflects it, with a lot of love and thought put into in.

1. Highland
This song brought to mind rolling green hills and meadows. An electric guitar adds a nice feel at just the right moments.

2. Vagabond (Make A Princess Of Me)
Soothing, wistful melody with elegant, simple lyrics. Instruments are a guitar, a bell, and a violin. This was one of my favorites on this CD.

3. Journeyman (Vandraen)
Pipes and a harpsichord start out, then lead into vocals with drums and the pipes in the background. This song has more of a rock song then others on the album, and the melody is a little more intense. The lyrics speak of the winding road and the life of a Journeyman.

4. Believe In Me
A love song. A gentle, dreamy song, not my favorite, but easy to listen to.

5. Sake Of The Song
A spinning dancing song in the spirit of "Toast To Tomorrow" and "All For One" (Secret Voyage and Ghost Of A Rose)

6. Song And Dance
Instrumental - Upbeat, toe-tapping number, that will bring to mind lively village dancing.

7. Celluloid Heroes
A cover song and myy least favorite track on the album. It seems to me to have departed from the renaissance style that makes this album awesome.
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I just received this CD and must say Blackmore's Night has grown into a phenomenal band. I already love this album! I have believed for a long, long time that Ritchie Blackmore is the best rock (and now Renaissance)guitarist ever, hands down. He is a guitar prodigy. His skill at producing this style of music, album after album shows his tremendous talent. Just like in his other bands, Ritchie fine-tunes each member into superstars. But I digress. Let's not forget Candice. Her vocals here are superb, and the band shows a tremendous maturing from their earlier days. They are tight-knit, and masters at their craft. This album is a blend of "renaissance rock," and traditional early England ballads that shows an obvious progression from their early albums. Pay close attention to Make me a Princess, darkness,and Journeyman. BN is among my top 3 favorite groups. I just wonder how popular they would have been if they lived 450 years ago? I think they would have made Henry VIII proud.
If you like any of their music, I believe you will certainly appreciate this album. If you have never heard their musical style, you are in for a treat.
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Okay, here's the deal with Blackmore's Night. Over the years, they have sort of lost the whole Renaissance feel. It hasn't dropped off altogether; it has sort of waned and tapered. On "Autumn Sky," the drummer, Squire Malcolm, is clearly more active on his drum-kit (just like "Secret Voyage"), rather than utilizing his general percussion instruments as was so often the formula in days gone by. This album, along with "Secret Voyage" (the last album), are more upbeat in places and, although different from anything out there at this time, not in tune with their superior earlier releases like "Shadow Of The Moon," "Ghost Of A Rose," and "Fires At Midnight." However, "Autumn Sky" is much, much better than "Secret Voyage." As for the individual songs, let's break 'em down:

1. Highland 5/10 - With this song you get your "new" Blackmore's Night (BN) sound that was prominent on the last album and repeated here once again. Upbeat drumming, almost mainstrem pop music sounding, and a vast departure from a typical Renaissance sound and feel. Nice song, but sadly missing the BN magic.

2. Vagabond (Make A Princess Of Me) 10/10 - Now this is what I'm talking about. This is the sound that BN became famous for. A haunting melody with superb vocals and Old World, fantasy-type lyrics that conjure visions of knights, dragons, green-rolling hills and fields, and grand castles.

3. Journeyman (Vandreran) 3/10 - Back to that dreaded disco beat again. Yuck! Being a prominent musician myself, and having dabbled in Renaissance-type music as well, I can honestly say that in all my studies of this music, I have NEVER heard a disco beat. Where in the world is Ritchie getting the idea that this is okay?
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