For the English folk song written by King Henry VIII, see Pastime with Good Company. Past Times with Good Company is a double live album by the band Blackmore's Night, recorded in May 2002 in Groningen, the Netherlands. It was released in October 2002 in Europe and in February 2003 in the USA and Canada. The European version includes a Greek rendition of "Home Again" and extra live tracks recorded at a press show in Solingen, Germany.
Blackmore's Night is certainly not an essential band for the Prog fan. But if you want to check them out, the best way to enjoy them is probably in a live setting. This might be the only Blackmore's Night album you ever need (though the Fires At Midnight album is good too). Minstrels in the gallery .
Folk Rock Blackmore's Night. Lista de los grupos Folk Rock Blackmore's Night Past Times with Good Company. añadir las palabras del álbum. Band Name Blackmore's Night. Album Name Past Times with Good Company. Data de aparición 2002. Labels SPV Steamhammer Records. Estilo MusicalFolk Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum12.
Album Past Times With Good Company. Soldier Of Fortune Lyrics. I have often told you stories About the way I lived the life of a drifter Waiting for the day When I'd take your hand And sing you songs Then maybe you would say "Come lay with me, love me" And I would surely stay. Many times I've been a traveller I looked for something new In days of old When nights were cold I wandered without you But those days I thought my eyes Had seen you standing near Though blindness is confusing It shows that you're not here. Now I feel I'm growing older And the songs that I have sung Echo in the distance Like the sound Of a windmill going round I guess I'll always be A soldier of fortune Yes, I can hear the sound Of a windmill going round I guess I'll always be A soldier of fortune.
Past Times with Good Company. For those fans still incapable (or unwilling) to accept Deep Purple guitar legend Ritchie Blackmore's defection from heavy metal glory into the acoustic renaissance music of Blackmore's Night, perhaps this double live album will finally drive the reality home. Recorded in May 2002, Past Times with Good Company (named after a traditional folk song written by none other than King Henry VIII) finds the obdurate guitarist and his conversely charming sparring partner and wife, vocalist Candice Night, performing before a few hundred friends in the Netherlands,.