Rainbow Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Rainbow Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Catch the Rainbow
2 I Surrender
3 Midtown Tunnel Vision
4 Street of Dreams
5 Fire Dance
6 If You Don't Like Rock And Roll
7 Self Portrait
8 Since You Been Gone
9 The Temple of the King
10 MISS Mistreated
11 Stargazer
12 Jealous Lover
13 Fool For The Night
14 Man on the Silver Mountain
15 Can't Happen Here
16 Death Alley Driver
17 Eyes Of Fire
18 Magic
19 Tearin' Out My Heart
20 16th Century Greensleeves
21 Tite Squeeze
22 Desperate Heart
23 Eyes Of The World
24 Drinking With The Devil
25 Introduction
26 All Night Long (Live at Donington)
27 Beethoven
28 Too Late for Tears
29 Gates Of Babylon
30 Since You've Been Gone
31 Long Live Rock ‘n’ Roll
32 Love's No Friend
33 Make Your Move
34 Hunting Humans (Insatiable)
35 Difficult To Cure
36 Stranded
37 Still I'm Sad (Live)
38 Wolf to the Moon
39 Smoke On The Water
40 Bring On The Night (Dream Chaser)
41 Tarot Woman
42 Paul Morris's Keyboard Solo
43 Do You Close Your Eyes
44 Still I'm Sad (The Yardbirds cover)
45 Freedom Fighter
46 Run with the Wolf
47 Black Masquerade
48 Mistreated (Live)
49 Ariel
50 Power
51 A Light in the Black
52 Since You Been Gone (Russ Ballard cover)
53 Rock Fever
54 Danger Zone
55 Perfect Strangers (Deep Purple cover)
56 No Release
57 Stone Cold
58 Lost in Hollywood
59 Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
60 Hall of the Mountain King
61 Spotlight Kid
62 Starstruck
63 Burn (Deep Purple cover)
64 Kill the King
65 Smoke on the Water (Deep Purple cover)
66 Can't Let You Go
67 All Night Long
68 I Just Want To Make Love To You
69 Can’t Happen Here
70 Black Sheep Of The Family
71 Makin' Love
72 Temple of the King

Rainbow Bio

Rainbow (also known as Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow or Blackmore's Rainbow) were an English rock band, controlled by former Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore from 1975 to 1984 and 1994 to 1997. It was originally established with former Elf  members, though over the years Rainbow went through many lineup changes with no two studio albums featuring the same line-up. In addition to lead singers Ronnie James Dio, Graham Bonnet, Joe Lynn Turner and Doogie White, the project consisted of numerous backing musicians. The band started out combining mystical lyric themes with neo-classical metal, but went in a more streamlined commercial style following Dio's departure from the group.

Rainbow was ranked #90 on VH1's 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock.

In 1974, Ritchie Blackmore became infuriated at the funk/soul (or as Blackmore called it, "shoeshine music") elements being introduced to Deep Purple by David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes, as well as with the rejection from his bandmates of his suggestion to record a cover for inclusion on Stormbringer.