God Save The Keg

Album: Secret Voyage (2008)
  • In a 2008 interview with Music Mirror, Candice Night said of "God Save The Keg," it is based on an old traditional English melody, and is "a celebratory song."

    Running to 3 minutes 40 seconds, the opening track on the 2008 Secret Voyage album was adapted by Ritchie Blackmore, and arranged by him and Pat Regan. Rising in a crescendo, it segues into "Locked Within The Crystal Ball." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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