Rory Gallagher (born 22 August 1978) is a former gaelic footballer and current manager of Donegal. Gallagher has lined out for the Fermanagh and Cavan inter-county teams, as well as several club teams, including his home club Erne Gaels, as well as Dublin side Saint Brigids and Antrim's St Gall's. He was a selector for Donegal during their 2012 Championship success, acting as number two to Jim McGuinness. 1974-03-17: A Bottle of Gin: Hippodrome, London, UK released: 1990. Top Priority released: 1979.
Lineup: Rory Gallagher - electric, acoustic and slide guitars, harmonica and vocals Gerry McAvoy - bass Rod de’Ath - drums Lou Martin - keyboards. Rory Gallagher - 1979-09-20 - London, UK (FM ). EDGE. Lossy Audio Bootlegs.
624. 145. Due to high demand and after a successful run at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh, Local Hero the musical will be heading to The Old Vic Theatre in London! Featuring music and lyrics by Mark Knopfler, the production will run from the 18th June 2020.
Deuce (1971) Gallagher's sophomore album was released a short six months after his self-titled debut but shows an incredible amount of artistic growth and maturity. Featuring eleven original songs, with Deuce Gallagher wrote the blueprint that he would follow through much of the rest of the decade, mixing up rambunctious, guitar-driven blues-rock with scraps of acoustic country blues, intricate roots-rock, and heartfelt R&B. His guitar tone and phrasing is excellent throughout, and his songwriting skills were developing at an amazing pace .
Rory Gallagher is the first solo album by Irish blues rock musician Rory Gallagher, released in 1971. It marked his departure from Taste. He decided on two Belfast musicians; drummer Wilgar Campbell, and bass guitarist Gerry McAvoy to be the core of his new power trio band.
Rory Gallagher's solo debut picks up where On The Boards left off - it's a solid, but significantly less raucous, blues rock outing with ten original tunes that were far more than skeletons for his incisive Strat picking.
Album Name Rory Gallagher. Erscheinungsdatum 23 Mai 1971. Musik GenreBlues Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen34. 3. Hands Up. 4. For the Last Time.
Rory Gallagher's guitars, amps and guitar effects. Rory used this guitar mainly in the studio, more precisely on the album Jinx. Although he does not use a tremolo arm on his main Strat, the Anniversary Stratocaster tremolo was used in the studio by taking out two of the five springs from the back. Upon receiving the guitar he also removed the finish from the back of the neck and re-fretted it with larger frets to better fit his style of playing.
|2||Once In The World||9:32|
|3||Walk On Hot Coals||8:52|
|4||A Bottle Of Gin||4:50|
|5||Breeze The Breeze||8:00|
|10||Who's That Coming||5:49|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Triangle Records
- Glass Mastered At – Digipress
- Pressed By – Lor Disc
- Recorded At – Golders Green Hippodrome, London
- Bass – Gerry McAvoy
- Drums – Rod De'Ath
- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals – R. Gallagher*
- Keyboards – Lou Martin
NotesLive from the Hippodrome, London, UK, March 17th 1974.
Total time 71.46
Made in the EEC
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: LORDISC DIGIP PYCD051-2
- Rights Society: SIAE
- SPARS Code: AAD