Sake Of The Song

Album: Autumn Sky (2010)
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  • This lighthearted melodic piece sums up Candice Night's view of Renaissance music - all for the sake of the song. With music as usual by Ritchie Blackmore and running to around 3 minutes 12 seconds, it is the fifth track on the 2010 Autumn Sky album.

    It was actually written much earlier, and was issued in Europe as the B-side of the Dylan cover "The Times They Are A-Changin'" and as a bonus track on the June 2001 "Fires Of Midnight album. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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