Blackmore/Rainbow fans..

Motorhed

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one thing that migh have made it better, a lifesize picture of ronnie james dio on the back, it could fit. :D :dude
 

trisonic

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Originally posted by Motorhed
one thing that migh have made it better, a lifesize picture of ronnie james dio on the back, it could fit. :D :dude
:D :D :D

Now, that's funny!

Best, Pete.
 

bullfrogblues

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Back in the 70's and early 80's, I wanted a customized van with an airbrushed copy of that on the side. Never happened, though.

One of the best album cover designs I can think of.

Allan.
 

Motorhed

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I wanted a customized van with an airbrushed copy of that on the side.

that would look awesome!!! i could definetly see that, in fact, it begs to be on the side of a van.

i dont care, them customized vans are cool!! some arent, but done properly, they're great.
 

ABKB

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Originally posted by Taller
And if you think that's cool, look here:
Blackmore's Strat!
Yep, thats a Blackmore alright. Looks like a rail in the bridge pu, with the middle pu pushed down. I know on some of his Strats, he just has the middle pickup removed. Cool guitar, I am partial though to his white on on the inside jacket of the first Rainbow album. Great band! :dude
 

cSuttle

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Rainbow Rising . . . Good Album. I've got that one somewhere or other. Of course I have nothing to play it on. :rolleyes:
 
B

Big Jim

Thats my baby!

I waited almost a year for its completion and the paint job actually cost more then the guitar itself.

Jim K
 

wax

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I actually heard "Man on the Silver Mountain" on the radio yesterday...Blackmore sounds great as does Dio....man I miss those days....
 

jesper

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I rebought 'em all digitally remixed. But "Rising" oh man. aprox 30 minutes and thats it. I think this is were classic hard rock tranformed into metal.
 

IPLAYLOUD

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BEAUTIFUL!
I was 17 (?) when the album came out.
It was the first time I ever was really impressed by the DRUMS.
Cozy's double bass work jumped out at me, when I got the CD a year ago, I went right to where "side 2" would have started.
 




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