Sunday, May 16, 2010


Rainbow in the Dark has gone to the other side. The voice that channeled the essence of the soulhome was always an inspiration and comforting to my existence on this earthplane. In his iconess, he told us about Heaven & Hell, Being Last in Line, Hoochie Coochie women (early career), Wishing Wells, Dragons & Demons and on many occasions warned us to Look Out. Besides being so prolifically cool, he also played with my all-time favorite band; Black Sabbath and in it latest incarnation: Heaven and Hell, I will miss him so. His music was a gift to many and will live on.

Although he is not known for exploring odd meters, here is one gem you can't help but groove to. From early in his career:

Gambler, Gambler - by: Elf album: Elf 4/4, 6/4, 5/4

RIP DIO ;'-(
- BetZe Tune in



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- Lucas

Anonymous said...

never associated Dio with odd meters, he was pretty traditional. Thanks for finding this tune.. he rocks and is missed