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Gary Moore Albums
Bad For You Baby
Bad for You Baby is the seventeenth and final solo album by Northern Irish blues guitarist and singer-songwriter Gary Moore.
Old, New, Ballads, Blues
Old, New, Ballads, Blues is the fifteenth solo album by Northern Irish blues guitarist and singer Gary Moore.
Power of the Blues
Power of the Blues is the fourteenth solo album by Northern Irish blues guitarist and singer Gary Moore, released in 2004.
Back to the Blues
Back to the Blues is the thirteenth solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 2001. As implied by its title, it saw Moore return to the electric blues music with which he had found fame since 1990, after two more experimental albums.
A Different Beat
A Different Beat is the twelfth solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1999. Much like his previous effort, Dark Days in Paradise, the album saw Moore exploring a new direction, in this case combining his signature guitar work with contemporary dance beats.
Dark Days In Paradise
Dark Days in Paradise is the eleventh solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1997.
Much like his earlier album Still Got the Blues, Dark Days in Paradise represented a stark change in musical direction for Moore, eschewing the electric blues style of his preceding albums in favour of a more contemporary sound.
Blues For Greeny
Blues for Greeny is the tenth solo studio covers album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1995. It is a tribute to Peter Green, guitarist and founder member of the band Fleetwood Mac. The album was recorded using the same 1959 Les Paul Standard used to record the original tracks, Green having loaned and then sold the guitar to Moore after leaving Fleetwood Mac.
After Hours is the ninth solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1992.
The album features guest contributions from B.B. King and Albert Collins.
Still Got The Blues
Still Got the Blues is the eighth solo studio album by Northern Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1990. It marked a substantial change in style for Moore, who, prior to this album, was predominantly known for rock and hard rock music with Skid Row, Thin Lizzy, G-Force, Greg Lake and during his own extensive solo career, as well as his jazz-fusion work with Colosseum II. As evidenced by its title, Still Got the Blues saw him delve into an electric blues style.
The album features guest contributions from Albert King, Albert Collins and George Harrison.
The title track was released as a single and reached No. 97 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 16 February 1991. To date, it is the only single of Moore's to chart on the Billboard Hot 100.
The album reached No. 83 on the Billboard 200 on 16 February 1991, then was certified gold by the RIAA on November 1995. This was the most successful album both in sales and chart positions from Gary Moore in the US.
After The War
After the War is the seventh solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1989.
Like its predecessor Wild Frontier, After the War contains elements of Celtic music. The instrumental "Dunluce" is named after Dunluce Castle in Northern Ireland.
On "Led Clones", Ozzy Osbourne – with whom Moore had worked before the singer united with Randy Rhoads – shares lead vocals. The song pokes fun at bands such as Kingdom Come, who were popular at the time and based on a Led Zeppelin-type sound and image. "That song was great fun," Ozzy recalled, "and it was an honour to record with Gary." The Sisters of Mercy frontman Andrew Eldritch provides backing vocals on the songs "After the War", "Speak for Yourself" and "Blood of Emeralds". Moore again pays tribute to the memory of his long-time friend and colleague Phil Lynott with the song "Blood of Emeralds".
"After the War" would be Moore's last foray into conventional hard rock, and his last rock album of any kind until 1997's Dark Days in Paradise. Starting with his next album, Still Got the Blues, he would primarily switch to playing blues.
Wild Frontier is the sixth solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1987. His first studio effort after a trip back to his native Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1985, the album contains several songs about Ireland and even the music itself is steeped in Celtic roots. The album is dedicated to the memory of Moore's close friend and former Thin Lizzy bandmate Phil Lynott, who died on 4 January 1986, with the words "For Philip" on the rear cover.
Wild Frontier contains the hit single "Over the Hills and Far Away", which reached No. 20 in the UK, as well as a cover of the Easybeats' song "Friday on My Mind". The Max Middleton-penned "The Loner" was originally recorded by Cozy Powell for his Over the Top album in 1979. The track was substantially altered by Moore for his own recording, thus he is credited as a co-writer.
All drums on Wild Frontier are sequenced with a drum machine, although the programming is uncredited in the liner notes of the album, electronic drummer Roland Kerridge, of the band Re-Flex did a lot of the drum tracks, and would appear in the music video for "Over the Hills and Far Away," as well as early TV promotions for the album.
Run For Cover
Run for Cover is the fifth solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1985. It is often considered his breakthrough album.
The album includes the top 5 single "Out in the Fields" and a re-recording of the song "Empty Rooms", originally from Moore's previous album Victims of the Future, which became one of Moore's biggest solo successes, reaching No. 23 on the UK charts.
The album features many of Moore's musical friends, including Deep Purple bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes, Paul Thompson of Roxy Music and Phil Lynott from Thin Lizzy. Lynott and Moore trade lead vocals on "Out in the Fields", while Lynott sings alone on "Military Man", an old Grand Slam track. "Out in the Fields" is about the turmoil in their native Ireland. Lynott also provided vocals for a re-recording of the Thin Lizzy classic "Still in Love with You", on which Moore originally played guitar; the track was initially issued as a B-side of "Out in the Fields", but is included on later remastered versions of the album.
Dirty Fingers is the third solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore. It was recorded in 1981, shortly after Moore disbanded his G-Force project, but was not released until 1983, and even then only in Japan, where Moore was very popular. It finally saw a European release in 1984.
The album contains a cover of the song "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood". The track "Nuclear Attack", written by Moore, had previously appeared on Greg Lake's eponymous debut album, on which Moore played guitar.
Victims Of The Future
Victims of the Future is the fourth solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1983. It was the first album to feature former UFO guitarist/keyboardist Neil Carter. It was also the last to feature Ian Paice on drums, as he reformed Deep Purple in 1984.
Continuing Moore's path in the hard rock genre, Victims of the Future is a collection of straight-out rock n' roll anthems, a mournful love ballad, a cover of the Yardbirds' "Shapes of Things", and two darker songs, featuring social and political commentary: "Victims of the Future" and "Murder in the Skies", the latter a protest against the Soviet Union's shooting down of Korean Air Lines Flight 007.
The album was released in North America with a different cover and altered content. The guitar solo intro to "Murder in the Skies" was removed, and "Devil in Her Heart", a single B-side, was added. "All I Want", omitted from the LP, was included as a bonus track on the cassette version.
Moore later dismissed Victims of the Future as "just one of my feeble attempts at heavy rock".
Corridors Of Power
Corridors of Power is the second solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1982.
The album contains a cover of the Free song "Wishing Well". The track "End of the World" features Jack Bruce of Cream sharing lead vocals with Moore. Moore would later join with Bruce again on the Bruce-Baker-Moore project in 1993.
The first 25,000 vinyl copies of Corridors of Power came with a bonus EP featuring three live tracks recorded at the Marquee, London on 25 August 1982.
Japanese rock singer Mari Hamada covered "Love Can Make a Fool of You" on her 1985 album Rainbow Dream. As a nod to Corridors of Power, American guitarist Jeff Kollman named his 2012 solo album Silence in the Corridor, the title track of which is a tribute to Moore.
G-Force is a 1980 studio album by the namesake UK-American band led by Irish rock guitarist Gary Moore.
While touring America with Thin Lizzy in support of the band's album Black Rose: A Rock Legend, Moore suddenly quit the band and moved to Los Angeles, hoping to establish a solo rock presence. With the opportunity to tour America in support of Van Halen, Moore recruited his one-time Thin Lizzy bandmate, drummer Mark Nauseef, and vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes, dubbing the band "G-Force". Several months into rehearsals, Hughes left the band after an alcohol-fuelled altercation with Moore and was replaced with vocalist Willie Dee and Motown session bassist Tony Newton. The subsequent tour was a success, and the band went on to support Whitesnake on their 1980 Ready an' Willing tour. However, the project was short-lived, only producing the one eponymous album, which was re-mixed by Dennis Mackay. The album consisted of more conventional hard rock radio-oriented music than Moore's previous efforts. The band also recorded the Newton and Dee-penned song "Trust Your Lovin'", only released as a B-side to the 7" single "You".
Blues For Jimi (Live)
Blues for Jimi is a live album and video by the Northern Irish, blues rock guitarist and singer, Gary Moore. The live performance was originally recorded on 25 October 2007 at the London Hippodrome.
The performance features Gary Moore playing a selection of Jimi Hendrix classics. The concert was part of the launch for the Jimi Hendrix Live at Monterey album. It features a special guest appearance by Billy Cox and Mitch Mitchell
Essential Montreux 2001
Essential Montruex 1997
The Definitive Montreux Collection (Live)
Essential Montreux 1999
Essential Montreux 1995
Essential Montreux 1990
Live At Bush Hall 2007
Live At Monsters of Rock [Live]
Live at Monsters of Rock is a live album and DVD Northern Irish blues guitarist and singer Gary Moore. It was recorded live on May 21, 2003 at Sheffield Hallam Arena in England, during Gary Moore's appearances on the 2003 Monsters of Rock tour.
The DVD, released in 2003 by Sanctuary Visual Entertainment, contains no overdubs and includes a bonus sound check and bonus interview footage of Gary Moore.
Blues Alive is a live album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1993. It is a collection of recordings taken from his 1992 tour and draws most of its material from Moore's then-recent Still Got the Blues and After Hours albums.
We Want Moore
Live At the Marquee [Live]
Live at the Marquee is a live album by Gary Moore, recorded over two nights in 1980 at the Marquee Club in London. For the recording, Moore enlisted former Lone Star frontman, Kenny Driscoll to provide lead vocals, Andy Pyle of The Kinks fame to play bass, former Black Oak Arkansas and Pat Travers drummer Tommy Aldridge, and Moore's former Colosseum II bandmate, keyboardist Don Airey, who would go on to contribute to many of Moore's later solo works.
The performance mainly showcases material from Moore's 1979 solo album Back on the Streets and his ill-fated G-Force project, with two songs being from Dirty Fingers, and the remaining track, "Dallas Warhead" being an original composition, which incorporates a drum solo from Aldridge.
This album was first released in Japan in 1983 along with the Dirty Fingers album by Sony Records who bought the copyright from Jet Records. There have been several subsequent releases "licensed" by Jet Records. On 23 October 2000, Sanctuary Records released a remastered CD version, containing no additional material.
Blues and Beyond
Blues and Beyond
5 Album Set
The Platinum Collection
The Blues Collection
The Best Of The Blues
The Best of the Blues is a 2002 two-CD compilation album by Gary Moore. The first disc contains songs from his 1990s blues albums After Hours, Blues Alive, Blues for Greeny and, most prominently, Still Got the Blues. The second disc is entirely live. Both discs feature blues veterans Albert King, B. B. King and Albert Collins as guest artists.
Ballads & Blues 1982-1994
Ballads & Blues 1982–1994 is a compilation album by Northern Irish rock guitarist, singer and songwriter Gary Moore. Released in 1994, the album encompasses the softer, romantic ballads and blues songs Moore had recorded since 1982. It contains three previously unreleased tracks.
Out In The Fields - The Very Best Of Gary Moore
Out in the Fields: The Very Best of Gary Moore is a compilation album by Gary Moore. Released in 1998, the album encompasses a part of Moore's immense career from 1982 to 1992, focusing predominantly on the hard rock albums Moore released during that period. As well as the regular 1-disc version, a 2-CD limited edition was also released; the second disc contains several live and studio B-sides, a non-album single and a single remix.
Oh Pretty Woman (Live)
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