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The Ritchie Blackmore Story (2015)

Documentary about ledgendary guitarist Richie Blackmore, who is best known for his work with rock bands, Rainbow and Deep Purple.

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Alan Ravenscroft
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Ed Eales White ... Narrator (voice) (as Ed Eales-White)
Ritchie Blackmore ... Himself
Steve Lukather ... Himself
Brian May ... Himself
Joe Satriani ... Himself
Gene Simmons ... Himself
Steve Vai ... Himself
Lars Ulrich ... Himself
David Coverdale ... Himself
Phil Collen ... Himself
Ian Anderson ... Himself
Mike Clemente ... Himself (archive footage)
Malcolm Dome Malcolm Dome ... Himself, music journalist
Ian Gillan ... Himself (archive footage)
Chris Welch Chris Welch ... Himself, music journalist
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Documentary about ledgendary guitarist Richie Blackmore, who is best known for his work with rock bands, Rainbow and Deep Purple.

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Official Sites:

BFFC page.

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 November 2015 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Uneasy Rider: The Talented Mr. Blackmore See more »

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| (TV) (2016)

Color:

Color
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Good documentary!
3 January 2018 | by rodrig58See all my reviews

About the "caucasian Hendrix", Mister Ritchie Blackmore, with whose music I grew up and lived all my life, I know all over Deep Purple, Rainbow and Blackmore's Night. I finally learned from this movie what it was actually why he left Deep Purple, for the second time, because he can no longer supported Ian Gillan, as a man and as vocalist. The truth is that we think and feel the same, David Coverdale and Joe Lynn Turner, are far beyond Gillan's worth. I liked Deep Purple, with Gillan, when I was young and teen. As an adult, I prefer Blackmore's Night. And, I totally agree with what Gene Simmons, from Kiss, says at the end: all who enter and play in bands, they do it for fame, money and chicks, Ritchie Blackmore has entered into this, for the music!


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