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RORY GALLAGHER - " Irish Tour '74, ( 40th Anniversary Edition ) "

The Irish blues-rock guitar icon made strong, often great albums in the Seventies. But he was at his best, always, on stage. Rory Gallagher‘s present to the home country, at the turn of ’74, was seven shows in three cities, including… 158 more words


Special Limited Tour Edition

In 1974 Northern Ireland was torn apart. Only few musicians were willing to tour the land, let alone play Belfast. Among them was, of course, guitar wizard Rory Gallagher. 35 more words


Rock Hall finally inducts Stevie Ray Vaughan, could Rory Gallagher be next?

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has made some silly-ass moves over the years, nominating lame-o acts like Chic and inducting Cat Stevens while leaving more deserving nominees such as… 278 more words

Stevie Ray Vaughan

The night Rory Gallagher blew Aerosmith off the stage

In the late summer of 1974, a New York brewery called Schaefer’s organised an outdoor music festival at the auditorium in Central Park. Over the course of 12 nights, locals were afforded the opportunity to see a whole host of acts, covering all musical tastes. 571 more words

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Here is an audio recording of Rory's historic performance on the magical evening in September of 1974 .      


Published on Jan 9, 2014

" Rory Gallagher 7th September 1974 Central Park New York. This is the concert where Rory famously played Aerosmith off the stage. The crowd went into a frenzy after Rory (the opening act) left the stage. Aerosmith played for about 45 mins until their drummer was hit by a bottle and then they abruptly ended the show. 1. Messin' With The Kid 2. Tattoo'd Lady 3. Early In The Morning 4. Cradle Rock 5. Just A Little Bit 6. Walk On Hot Coals 7. Laundromat 8. Hands Off 9. Bullfrog Blues "


Rock Hall proves itself slag-worthy again snubbing Johnny Winter, Link Wray, and Rory

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I finally got around to checking out the nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame‘s class of 2015 and, lemme tell ya, that institution has developed its most severe case of HUA (Head Up Ass) Syndrome yet. 288 more words

Stevie Ray Vaughan

Rory Gallagher - BBC Radio Sessions (1970-72-73-74) 2009 FLAC

GENRE: Rock | Blues Rock
FORMAT: Lossless (Flac)
SIZE: 436 mb (3% Recovery)

Re-broadcast on Alan Fluff Freeman’s Saturday Rock Show

Broadcast on two seperate Saturday Rock Shows and captured on seperate cassettes and features the voice of Alan Fluff Freeman at the end of track 3 and the end of track 13… 105 more words


Five Great Blues Guitar Players

The following are some of the most influential guitar players in my life. Unfortunately they are all dead. Musicians either die from drugs or transport accidents which is a down right shame for all of us. 210 more words

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