Coming out of nowhere the White Noise phenomenon hit the ground running and took concert halls by storm. A blizzard of high energy shows performed at packed concert halls across the UK rocked audiences who seized the opportunity to celebrate again in the live arena performances of material drawn mainly from the brilliant Rainbow masterpiece Strangers In Us All.
In this powerful concert film the Old Guard meets the Young Pretenders in an amazing musical explosion which brings together Rainbow/Malmsteen front man Doogie White with the engine room of drawn from Mostly Autumn.
Much of the material from the 1985's Strangers In Us All co-written by Doogie White and Ritchie Blackmore makes it to DVD for the first time alongside a devastating hard rock version of the Mostly Autumn classic Never The Rainbow. There's also a new working of the Midnight Blue anthem One Way To Heaven and Rainbow's Tarot Woman which has never previously appeared on DVD.
This is seriously good classic rock.
Tarot Woman, Wolf to The Moon, Too Late for Tears, Black Masquerade, Ariel, Hall of The Mountain King, Never The Rainbow, Question, The God, One Way to Heaven