The Village Lanterne

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The Village Lanterne
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Studio album by
Released4 April 2006
Genre Celtic, folk rock, neo-Medieval, hard rock
Label SPV
Steamhammer (US)
Producer Pat Regan
Blackmore's Night chronology
Castles and Dreams
The Village Lanterne
Winter Carols
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The Village Lanterne is the fifth studio album by the group Blackmore's Night, released on Steamhammer US on 4 April 2006. It featured the single "Just Call My Name (I'll Be There)".


The song "Olde Mill Inn" was included as soundtrack in the 2008 movie Yes Man . [2]

Track listing

1."25 Years" Ritchie Blackmore, Candice Night 4:58
2."Village Lanterne"Blackmore, Night5:14
3."I Guess It Doesn't Matter Anymore"Blackmore, Night4:50
4."The Messenger" (Instrumental)Blackmore2:55
5."World of Stone"trad., Blackmore, Night4:26
6."Faerie Queen / Faerie Dance"Blackmore, Night4:57
7."St. Teresa" Eric Bazilian, Rick Chertoff, Rob Hyman, Joan Osborne 5:26
8."Village Dance" (Instrumental)Blackmore1:58
9."Mond Tanz / Child in Time"Blackmore / Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, Ian Paice 6:12
10."Streets of London" Ralph McTell 3:48
11."Just Call My Name (I'll Be There)"Blackmore, Night4:49
12."Olde Mill Inn"Blackmore, Night3:21
13."Windmills"Blackmore, Night3:27
14."Street of Dreams"Blackmore, Joe Lynn Turner 4:31

Bonus tracks

1."Call It Love" (originally the B-side to the Candice Night solo single "Alone with Fate" in 2002)Night2:53
2."Street of Dreams" (extra track including Joe Lynn Turner as guest vocalist)Blackmore, Turner4:30
3."All Because of You" (radio edit from Fires at Midnight ; released as single in 2004)Blackmore, Night3:26
4."Once in a Garden" (Japan version only)Night3:30


Charts performance

Finland [3] 33


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