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Tuesday, February 8, 2011 - Rainbow Rising Deluxe Details Revealed
Universal Music Enterprises will release a "deluxe" edition of Rainbow's classic album "Rising" on February 28 in the U.K. and March 8 in North America.

"Rising" (also known as "Rainbow Rising") was released in 1976, with founding member/guitarist Ritchie Blackmore (ex-Deep Purple) retaining only Ronnie James Dio (ex-Elf) from the band's debut album, "Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow". Ritchie recruited keyboard player Tony Carey, bassist Jimmy Bain and drummer Cozy Powell (ex-Jeff Beck) to complete the new lineup. Recorded in Munich, Germany in less than a month, "Rising" was overseen by DEEP PURPLE engineer and noted rock producer Martin Birch, who would later find success with Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Whitesnake and Blue Oyster Cult.


"Rising" deluxe edition track listing:

Disc 1:

01. Tarot Woman
02. Run With The Wolf
03. Starstruck
04. Do You Close Your Eyes
05. Stargazer
06. A Light In The Black
07. Tarot Woman
08. Run With The Wolf
09. Starstruck
10. Do You Close Your Eyes
11. Stargazer
12. A Light In The Black

Disc 2 (rough mixes and alternate versions of all tracks on Disc 1):

01. Tarot Woman
02. Run With The Wolf
03. Starstruck
04. Do You Close Your Eyes
05. Stargazer
06. Coming Home
07. Stargazer
08. A Light In The Black
09. Man On The Silver Mountain
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