Rory Gallagher

Check Shirt Wizard - Live in '77

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Rory Gallagher’s most successful albums are his live ones, such as “Live! In Europe” and “Irish Tour ’74”. He was an artist that came alive when onstage and this album covers a previously undocumented live period. This 20 songs, previously unreleased, set is culled from an early 1977 tour across the UK in support of his then latest album ‘Calling Card’. Featuring fantastic live versions of tracks from that album as well as songs from the 1975 ‘Against The Grain’ album and other career favourites. This new album has been mastered at Abbey Road. The cover painting is by a young Irish graffiti artist Vincent Zara who has stenciled Rory’s image across his home country.

Tracklist

2CD
Disc 1
Do You Read Me
Moonchild
Bought And Sold
Calling Card
Secret Agent
Tattoo'd Lady
A Million Miles Away
I Take What I Want
Walk On Hot Coals
Disc 2
Out On The Western Plain
Barley & Grape Rag
Pistol Slapper Blues
Too Much Alcohol
Going To My Hometown
Edged In Blue
Jack-Knife Beat
Souped-Up Ford
Bullfrog Blues
Used To Be
Country Mile


3LP
Side A
Do You Read Me
Moonchild
Bought And Sold
Side B
Calling Card
Secret Agent
Tattoo'd Lady
Side C
A Million Miles Away
I Take What I Want
Walk On Hot Coals
Side D
Out On The Western Plain
Barley & Grape Rag
Pistol Slapper Blues
Too Much Alcohol
Going To My Hometown
Side E
Edged In Blue
Jack-Knife Beat
Souped-Up Ford
Side F
Bullfrog Blues
Used To Be
Country Mile

Soundwave
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4X4rdyXIEw

 

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SM
03/17/2020
Stu M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I recommend this product
Brilliant Live Rory

Great album, I think it's better than Irish Tour '74. I was at a couple of the shows on this album and it all came flooding back as to how brilliant Rory was. Favourite track "Walk on Hot Coals".