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Six Seminal Strats

Stevie Ray Vaughan’s “Number One”

Stevie acquired his “Number One” from Ray Henning’s Heart of Texas music shop in Austin at some point during the mid-70s and used it continuously until his untimely death in 1990. 1,509 more words


For a blue day: "Rory Gallagher – A Million Miles Away"

Rory Gallagher – A Million Miles Away

This hotel bar is full of people,
The piano man is really laying it down,
The old bartender is as high as a steeple, 260 more words


Brian May on Rory Gallagher

Brian May nails it — the man and the musician. Both men of taste and decency. (A postscript: May mentions Donal, Rory’s brother who talks here… 94 more words


A Treasure Trove of Taste!

Liam Ronayne, Cork City Librarian — as those who know him are aware — is a huge music fan and is always happy to spend a coffee break chatting about the latest goings-on in the music world or about revered legends of the past. 405 more words

Rory Gallagher (Phonetic tunes #7 - Golf)

Rory Gallagher – Bullfrog Blues

Twenty six tunes over twenty six days; one for each letter of the phonetic alphabet


Peel Rates Irish - John Peel - New Spotlight 1970

John Peel was in Ireland in early 1970 and Pat Egan chatted with him about the Irish groups.

The 2015 John Peel Lecture took place tonight and was with Brian Eno. 24 more words