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2pc DVD Book Set - Inside Musi


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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful
Not A pot Of Gold at The End Nov. 19 2004
By Glenn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Well what can I say except I'm so dissapointed in this expensive, short and utterly worthless DVD. What we have here is a bunch of english press, and wanna be players talking about their Idol Ritchie Blackmore. 55 minutes of blah blah, he's so great, he's the best and so on ad nausium. Sadly not one whole tune is played during the whole thing. Its 20 second clips with tons of the same tired commentary over and over. This is not a concert DVD with all his best years like I thought, it's talkathon. for 23 dollars insane. I'm about as unhappy as I can be with this DVD as I have ever been with any I have ever bought. The description was sorely lacking here at Amazon, so I had no idea what I was in for. Stay away at all costs, unless you want to use it to bore you to sleep. This type of DVD should never be sold, its misleading and overpriced, in the future I will stay away from CLASSIC ROCK PRODUCTIONS LTD. It seems they have made other stinkers like this about some of the other classic bands and solo artists. I think they have a lot of nerve selling this, at any price.
25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Don't catch this Rainbow Nov. 28 2004
By Eric B. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I'ts rare that I submit a review, but I felt I must express my disappointment in this overpriced DVD, there was only 20-30 seconds of live concert footage from just a select handfull of Dio era Rainbow songs (this DVD was not done with band approval) basiclly it's a bunch of overly zealous fans giving their opinions on how great a guitarist Ritchie Blackmore is, in the end, I neither saw or learned anything new from this DVD that I didn't already know.

I can only wish that someday the complete Rainbow 1977 concert will be released on DVD.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
A major disappointment Dec 7 2004
By James M. Hare - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Just adding to the two reviews already here, this DVD (and it's companions from this outfit) are little more than commentary by several (to me, at least) unknown British musicians from a band called "Autumn Wind" who wax eloquent about how great and underappreciated RB and Rainbow is/was/will be, interspersed with maybe 20 to 30-second concert clips in between.

I fell for this scam and bought BOTH Rainbow DVDs. A total waste of money.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I thought it was great for what it was April 21 2005
By Child in Time - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Inside Rainbow 1975-79 is like the other Insider DVD's about various rock bands: several critics & musicians speak glowingly about the band in question interspersed with video, audio and various pics of the band in question. The DVD starts with an analysis of Ritchie himself including some shockingly intense video. This goes on for the first 10 minutes or so. I liked it. I thought that the commentary was on the mark and agreed with the person who said that Ritchie was "criminally undervalued" and "highly evolved." What follows is a review of each of the Dio-led Rainbow albums cutting back to live video ending by giving the album 1 through 5 stars. Yes, most of the musicians and critics we don't know about here in the US but Dougie (Doogie) White, lead singer for the reconstituted and now defunct Rainbow (Stranger in us All album, which is truly magnificent) and other rock bands speaks the truth when he says that "Blackmore is the finest rock guitarist of his generation." Yes the only live video is from the Germany 1977 show. Dio led video is extremely rare. However, it sounds better than the boot I have and I like the way they show the better parts. The promo videos are from the Long Live Rock n Roll era. No this is not a concert. It's a review and critique on one of the most influential and best rock bands of all time: Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow!!
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Insulting, waste of time and money July 21 2005
By Andy S. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Wow...other reviewers already covered it, but I gotta say...DO NOT buy this DVD if you are expecting any sort of decent Rainbow footage...you'll get a very brief clip (generally an intro, or bit of a solo) then it cuts away to some no-name British wanker telling you how great Ritchie is, then some lousy session musician will tell you how he would make a certain solo better, and so on. Some comments from actual, legit musicians (Neil Murray and Dougie White) are nice, but the latter pretty much plays the company man and thinks everything is just perfect. I can only assume this was made to rob people of their money, as it doesn't at all deliver what the packaging states, and seems like something some friends put together so that one day Ritchie might talk to them. Skip it.


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