Frozen Rainbow

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  • In his memoir Never Surrender..., Saxon frontman Biff Byford says of this enigmatic song: "I thought it was just a fantastic concept really; finding a rainbow frozen in the ice."

    Their record company was not so impressed, but all the same, the group composition became the second track on their eponymous debut album, segueing from the instrumental "Rainbow Theme."
  • A much later video sees Byford joining the band's two guitarists for an "unplugged" version. He was originally a bass player/guitarist. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

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