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Rory Gallagher - Calling Card (FLAC) - 1976

Rory Gallagher — Autor renovcevic @ 10:12

Artist................: Rory Gallagher
Album................: Calling Card - Original Masters
Genre................: Hard Rock
Year.................: 1976
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 66 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment
Covers...............: Front Back CD 



1. (00:05:21) Rory Gallagher - Do You Read Me
2. (00:03:19) Rory Gallagher - Country Mile
3. (00:04:48) Rory Gallagher - Moonchild
4. (00:05:25) Rory Gallagher - Calling Card
5. (00:04:26) Rory Gallagher - I'll Admit You're Gone
6. (00:05:46) Rory Gallagher - Secret Agent
7. (00:07:05) Rory Gallagher - Jackknife Beat
8. (00:05:32) Rory Gallagher - Edged In Blue
9. (00:03:39) Rory Gallagher - Barley & Grape Rag
10. (00:04:14) Rory Gallagher - Rue The Day
11. (00:04:35) Rory Gallagher - Public Enemy

Playing Time.........: 01:04:55
Total Size...........: 350.04 MB


Rory Gallagher - 1976 - The Best Years

Rory Gallagher — Autor renovcevic @ 16:23




A compilation of "Best Of" from 5 LPs released on 21 Dec. 1976 in Japan only.

01 Tatoo'd Lady
02 Banker's Blues
03 Used To Be
04 Just The Smile
05 Going To My Home Town
06 Race The Breeze
07 Sinner Boy
08 Crest Of A Wave
09 Admit It

@ 320k, 104 MB









Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour - 320 kbps

Rory Gallagher — Autor renovcevic @ 06:42


Format: CD, Album, Remastered
Country: Germany
Released: 1998
Genre: Blues
Style: Electric Blues
Credits: Artwork By [Art Direction] - Mark Jesset
Bass - Gerry McAvoy
Drums, Percussion - Rod De'Ath
Keyboards - Lou Martin
Mastered By [Remastered By] - Tony Arnold
Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Producer - Rory Gallagher
Written-By - Rory Gallagher (tracks: 1, 3, 6 to 10)

Notes: Compiled from live recordings made at concerts on an Irish Tour in January '74 at Belfast, Ulster Hall : Dublin, Carlton Cinema : Cork, City Hall.
Track 9 taken from jam session during the Tour on the Lane Mobile Unit.


01 Cradle Rock (7:38)
02 I Wonder Who (7:52) Written-By - Morganfield*
03 Tattoo'd Lady (5:04)
04 Too Much Alcohol (8:30) Written-By - Hutto*
05 As The Crows Flies (6:02) Written-By - Tony Joe White
06 A Million Miles Away (9:29)
07 Walk On Hot Coals (11:13)
08 Who's That Coming? (10:05)
09 Back On My Stompin' Ground (After Hours) (5:18)
10 Maritime (0:33)


Rory Gallagher - Top Priority [Germany Bonus Tracks]

Rory Gallagher — Autor renovcevic @ 10:47


Rory Gallagher's fourth and final studio set for Chrysalis finds the Irish blues-rocker in prime form. Arriving only a year after Photo-Finish, when he spent much of his time on the road, it's remarkable that Gallagher could continue to churn out the hook-heavy, high-quality tunes he wrote for this album. Playing larger arenas toughened his songs and attack, almost all of which here are high-octane, sweaty rockers. While that makes for some thrilling, intense music, the nonstop vibrant energy rush is never balanced out with a ballad or even the rootsy, swampy blues that Gallagher always performed with such authority. So even though the opening charging riff of "Follow Me," the slower, urging groove of "Keychain," and the melodic, relatively subtle hard rock of "Bad Penny" were notable inclusions to the Gallagher catalog and his concerts, the lack of acoustic tunes or less aggressive music gives the album a one-note feel. This isn't helped by the two additional tracks added for the '99 reissue, both of which stay locked in the same basic hard-edged format. That said, Gallagher and his backing duo are in top form, churning through the songs with remarkably crisp energy. Gallagher is starting to shout more than sing, but his voice was still powerfully expressive, and when he gets excited on the double-time, cranked up "Just Hit Town" as he overdubs his patented guitar lines, the blues-rocker's guttural screams make it sound like he's on fire. Gallagher also blows some snarling, overdriven harp for the first time in a while on "Off the Handle," one of the album's moodier tracks, and sounds enthusiastic throughout. Except for the lack of diversity, this remains a strong set from the Irishman, and is highly recommended, especially to his less blues-oriented fans. [BMG International re-released Top Priority in 2005 with German-only bonus material.] ~ Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide

1. Follow Me
2. Philby
3. Wayward Child
4. Keychain
5. At the Depot
6. Bad Penny
7. Just Hit Town
8. Off the Handle
9. Public Enemy No. 1
10. Hell Cat [*]
11. The The Watcher [*]

* tracks 10,11 excl. to the German 2005 release


Rory Gallagher - Jinx (1982)

Rory Gallagher — Autor renovcevic @ 10:38


Rory Gallagher sounds inspired throughout JInx, gamely leading new drummer Brendan O'Neill and keyboardist Bob Andrews through the blues-rock paces, even though the guitarist's personal fortunes were on a downslide from which they would never recover. "Big Guns" and "Bourbon," the album's opening selections find Rory in full fiery form, tossing out muscular guitar lines and fiery solos with descriptive lyrics catering to his infatuation with American gangsters. The album also features two of his best, and least known, songs in the spooky, paranoid title track, complete with simmering sax section, boiling tom-tom drums as well as his own stealthy harmonica, and "Easy Come Easy Go," a beautiful, bluesy ballad where Rory double tracks his acoustic and electric guitars. Gallagher's tough vocals take on a new emotional depth not previously heard, and are particularly poignant throughout. Diving into the blues, Lightnin' Slims' "Nothin' but the Devil," one of the two songs added for this reissue, is an acoustic solo showpiece revealing Gallagher's delta roots and substantial slide abilities. Louisiana Red's "Ride On Red, Ride On" is a crackling double-time burner with Rory charging through with an appropriately whisky-soaked approach and a shimmering electric slide solo. Another extra track, "Lonely Mile," a finished tune previously omitted due to the time restrictions of vinyl, is a worthy addition to Gallagher's mid-tempo grinding rocker catalog. Although not his best album, Jinx is a tough and confident release, and it's 2000 reappearance after being difficult to find for almost 20 years, especially in this pristine edition, is reason to rejoice for Rory Gallagher fans.

1. Big Guns
2. Bourbon
3. Double Vision
4. The Devil Made Me Do It
5. Signals
6. Jinxed
7. Easy Come Easy Go
8. Nothin' But The Devil
9. Ride On Red, Ride On
10. Lonely Mile
11. Loose Talk



Rory Gallagher - Acoustic Capitol Radio FM

Rory Gallagher — Autor renovcevic @ 10:30


Acoustic Capitol Radio FM @320, 1980. Not my rip. Covers included. Size 66.6MB.


00 - As The Crow Files
00 - Banker's Blues
00 - Going To My Hometown
00 - Nothing But The Devil
00 - Out On The Western Plain
00 - Pistol Slapper Blues
00 - Too Much Alcohol






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Rory Gallagher - Fresh Evidence (1988)

Rory Gallagher — Autor renovcevic @ 15:06


Album Details
Title: Fresh Evidence
Artist: Rory Gallagher
Label: RCA
Released: January 1, 1988
Genre: Rock

1. Kid Gloves
2. The The King of Zydeco
3. Middlename
4. Alexis
5. Empire State Express
6. Ghost Blues
7. Heaven's Gate
8. The The Loop
9. Walkin' Wounded
10. Slumming Angel
11. Never Asked You for Nothin'
12. Bowed Not Broken

There was no way that Rory Gallagher could have known that Fresh Evidence would be his last recording, but in retrospect, it is a good summary of all that is fine and some that is frustrating about his work. The first few tracks are competent but less than perfect; "'Kid' Gloves" is yet another weak song that is based on his well-known love of crime fiction, and "The King of Zydeco" shows that Gallagher may have liked zydeco music a lot, but he doesn't sound natural playing it. Things pick up on "Middle Name," which sounds a lot like the Doors' "The Wasp" but has some sharp soloing, and things really get rolling on "Ghost Blues." From this point on, it seems that Gallagher wanted to prove his mastery of every style of blues, and amazingly, he succeeds. The Delta blues of "Heaven's Gate" shows his mastery of the form, and the jazzy, swinging Chicago blues instrumental "The Loop" is a classic track. The very best was saved for last: the thundering "Slumming Angel." Everything is absolutely together here, the distinctive voice belting out a great simple lyric over a hammering rhythm section and a heaping helping of guitar, guitar, guitar. For all that, it starts slow and has a few tracks that sound like filler, albeit tasty filler. Nevertheless, Fresh Evidence showed that even after over 20 years of reinterpreting various strains of blues, there was plenty of spirit and creativity left in the great Irish rocker.

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Rory Gallagher - Follow Me (1989)

Rory Gallagher — Autor renovcevic @ 14:59
 Stage Struck 1989: reissued on CD with alternate version of Follow me.

Rory Gallagher - Bonn Blues Festival, 13.12.1992

Rory Gallagher — Autor renovcevic @ 14:49


A FM radio broadcast recording from a concert on a blues festival in Germany called Bonn Blues Festival.

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Rory Gallagher - The Bullfrog Interlude (1992)

Rory Gallagher — Autor renovcevic @ 14:42


Album Details
Title: The Bullfrog Interlude
Artist: Rory Gallagher
Label: Castle
Released: January 1, 1992
Genre: Rock

1. Hands Off
2. What in the World
3. Walk on Hot Coals
4. Banker's Blues
5. Race the Breeze
6. Hoodoo Man
7. Bullfrog Blues
8. Tore Down
9. Used to Be
10. The The Cuckoo





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