Ritchie Blackmore performing in Norway in 1977
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Interview by Jim Esposito, unpublished, June 1973
2012 NOTE: This Q&A hails from circa June 1973, for an interview published in Creem in September that year. It broke the story about the ...
Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 28 June 1975
RITCHIE BLACKMORE'S DEPARTURE from Deep Purple comes as no surprise to followers of Deep Purple who have watched their activities closely over the years. For ...
Interview by Steven Rosen, Guitar Player, 1978
WHILE RITCHIE Blackmores Baroque-tinged shred solos make him the in-vitro father of todays progressive- and classical-metal movement (just ask Yngwie), his foot-stomping power chords in ...
Interview by Jon Young, Trouser Press, July 1978
AS DAVE SCHULPS and I rolled along in the darkness to our impending interview, we were filled with apprehension. After all, Ritchie Blackmore has never ...
Retrospective by Chris Charlesworth, Smash Hits, 19 March 1981
IT'S A MIGHTY LONG WAY DOWN ROCK AND ROLL AND RITCHIE BLACKMORE HAS GOT THE SCARS TO PROVE IT. CHRIS CHARLESWORTH TRACES THE TWENTY YEAR ...
Interview by Steven Rosen, unpublished, March 1995
Ritchie Blackmore, the penultimate electric guitar player, perhaps the main proponent of the Marshall/Stratocaster combo, has traded in his stacks for a tambourine and an ...
Retrospective by Pete Makowski, Classic Rock, March 2006
"I'm at that stage where I will play anything I want to. I will not be dictated to by fans or people who say: 'You ...
see also Blackmore's Night
see also Deep Purple
see also Rainbow
see also Outlaws, The (UK)
see also Neil Christian & the Crusaders
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