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Paris Moon news

SPV records confirms that for the new Blackmore’s Night release Paris Moon, the DVD and CD will only be sold together as a boxed set. Despite prior speculation, they have no plans to sell the DVD and CD as separate items.

Promotional video (Village Lanterne) for the new DVD/CD box set:

Electronic Press Kit documentary for Paris Moon (Real Video)

Thanks to Mike Garrett for the info.

10 Comments to “Paris Moon news”:

  1. 1
    panos says:

    i’ll take it!

  2. 2
    Grindhouse Dean says:

    Hopefully they won’t cancel it’s release like they cancelled some of their American shows.

  3. 3
    SEEK ! says:

    Ritchie superb…Candice…nice….

  4. 4

    Thanks Ritchie for the show olympia 2006

  5. 5
    T says:

    Blackmore’s Night has never got the recognition here in America they deserve. I could see many of their songs–“Village Lanterne,” “Under a Violet Moon,” “Ghost of a Rose,” “Written in the Stars,” and many more–as staples of adult radio. Unfortunately, they face a similar stigma that Purple does: How to classify them? As a result–no airplay.

    This video was nicely done. A good performance from Candice Night as well.

  6. 6
    Dragotoux Night says:

    Hi everybody,

    i am the person who posted the video, and i must say that this one may have had the ability to make Blackmore’s Night as medieval as we want it to be

  7. 7
    foxy says:

    Nice video.

  8. 8
    Rasta Man says:

    Does anyone think Blackmore must be bored shitless with this ‘stuff’

    Nice Jugs tho

  9. 9
    joe crowley says:

    They were awesome at the show I saw in Ridgefield,CT., 2 1/2 hrs.,brilliant!

  10. 10
    Johan Antonides says:

    This dvd is not as good as I hoped for. Castle and Dreams is better

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