December 22, 2004

According to a posting on the web site of the Blackmore's Night Official Scandinavian Fan Club, SPV will be releasing a BLACKMORE'S NIGHT double DVD set in the near future. Disc 1 is a full concert recorded live from a recent show in Germany. Disc 2 is chock-full of more concert footage, videos, documentaries, bios and bonus features. A title and release date is still to be confirmed. However, it looks like an early spring 2005 release. The track listing is as follows:

DVD 1:

01. Cartouche
02. Queen For A Day I & II
03. Under A Violet Moon
04. Minstrel Hall
05. Past Time With Good Company
06. Soldier Of Fortune
07. Durch den Wald Zum Bach Haus
08. Violin - Improvisation Of Tudor Rose
09. Once In A Million Years
10. Mr. Peagram's Morris And Sword
11. Home Again
12. Ghost Of A Rose
13. Child In Time
14. Mond Tanz
15. Wind In The Willows
16. Village On The Sand
17. Renaissance Faire
18. The Clock Ticks On
19. Loreley - All For One
20. Black Night
21. Dandelion Wine

DVD 2:

1. Acoustics - Burg Abenberg '04

01. Shadow Of The Moon
02. Soldier Of Fortune
03. Diamonds And Rust
04. Home Again
05. Christmas Eve
06. I Think It's Going To Rain Today

2. Videos

01. Hanging Trees (real) & (animated)
02. Once In A Million Years
03. The Times They Are A Changin'
04. Way To Mandalay

3. Documentations - Blackmore’s Night - The Story

* Tour start St. Goar 2004
* Hanging Trees
* Making music with our friends
* The Candice And Ritchie Story
* Castle And Dreams

4. Proclamation - Band & Members Interviews

* Biography Candice Night
* Biography Ritchie Blackmore

5. Special Bonus Candice private footage feature

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