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Blues is the late Rory Gallagher's highest charting album in 14 years on the Official Irish Albums Chart. Skepta, Richard Hawley and Miley Cyrus score new entries. In doing so, it surpasses the Number 5 peak of 2011’s Notes From San Francisco to become his highest charting release this decade, and marks his best chart placement since his compilation 2005 Big Guns topped out at Number 2. At the helm of the chart, Lewis Capaldi leads the Top 50 for a third consecutive week with Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent, while Skepta claims a second new entry into the Top 10 with Ignorance Is Bliss at 6, his highest charting release to date and first top flight record
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.
Being an Irish bluesman was tough for Gallagher, especially when he began his career in the 1960s. When he passed away in 1995 at the age of 47, he left behind 17 albums and a legacy of hard traditional blues and big, knotty blues-rock. The package is fine enough with numerous autobiographical quotes from Gallagher, a slew of good photos, and a good liner essay by David Sinclair. While it may be the tried and true devotees that seek this out ultimately, the music listener who would most benefit is the one interested in the evolution of blues or in fine guitar players.
Next Album Previous Album. Big Guns: The Very Best Of Rory Gallagher, Disc 1. Released January 1st, 2005. Big Guns (3:54) (Rory Gallagher). What's Goin' On (2:48) (Rory Gallagher). Tattoo'd Lady (4:50) (Rory Gallagher). Bad Penny (3:58) (Rory Gallagher).
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Written-By – Broonzy*
|A3||Used To Be||5:06|
|A4||Just A Smile||3:40|
|A5||Going To My Home Town||5:45|
|B1||Race The Breeze||6:50|
|B3||Crest Of A Wave||5:52|
- Licensed From – Polydor International GmbH
- Manufactured By – RTB Records
- Printed By – GIP "Beograd"
- Art Direction – Jo Mirowski
- Compiled By – Bob Clifford
- Design – Wadewood*
- Photography By [Back] – Barry Wentzall*
- Photography By [Front] – Michael Putland
- Producer – Rory Gallagher
- Written-By – Gallagher* (tracks: A1, A3 to B4)
Notes2nd edition - 3000 copies (II-3000 on labels)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: SOKOJ
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A Side): LP - 5685 A 020877 I/1000 BR
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B Side): LP - 5685 B 020877 I/1000 BR
- Other: II-3000
|2383 414||Rory Gallagher||The Best Years (LP, Comp)||Polydor||2383 414||Ireland||1977|
|2459 332, LP 5685||Rory Gallagher||The Best Years (LP, Comp)||Polydor, PGP RTB||2459 332, LP 5685||Yugoslavia||1977|
|3192 373||Rory Gallagher||The Best Years (Cass, Comp)||Polydor||3192 373||Germany||1977|
|2383 414||Rory Gallagher||The Best Years (LP, Comp)||Polydor||2383 414||Italy||1977|
|2383 414||Rory Gallagher||The Best Years (LP, Comp)||Polydor||2383 414||Australia||1976|