Release date: 17 June 2003
Style: Folk rock


8.1 | 59 votes


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01. Way To Mandalay
02. 3 Black Crows
03. Diamonds And Rust [Joan Baez cover]
04. Cartouche
05. Queen For A Day (Part 1)
06. Queen For A Day (Part 2)
07. Ivory Tower
08. Nur Eine Minute
09. Ghost Of A Rose
10. Mr. Peagram's Morris And Sword
11. Loreley
12. Where Are We Going From Here
13. Rainbow Blues [Jethro Tull cover]
14. All For One [traditional cover]
15. Dandelion Wine
16. Just One Minute [bonus]

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Additional info
Another set of bonus tracks included a live, acoustic version of "Mid Winter's Night" and a half-as-long radio edit of "Way to Mandalay", with the US version containing a music video for the latter


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musicalkaratekid - 24.07.2012 at 14:14  
Rating: 8 Another great album by Blackmore and his wife, Candace Night, this time incorporating more melodic interludes and traditionally medieval interludes. The one-minute instrumentals on't offer anything new, but with an excellent Jethro Tull cover and some professional use of 'folky' instruments on '3 Black Crows' and the title track, 'Ghost of a Rose' serves as yet another important addition to any fan of Ritchie Blackmore's collection.

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