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Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour '74 (2011) [BLU-RAY] {Eagle Rock
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Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour '74 (2011) [BLU-RAY] {Eagle Rock}

BLU-RAY -> 32.6 Gb | 1080i HD WS | DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 / LPCM 2.0 / Dolby Digital 5.1 | ~ 123 m | ISO Image
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, German
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© 2011 Eagle Rock Entertainment / Strange Music | ERBRD5076
Rock / Blues Rock

Tony Palmer's excellent documentary film "Rory Gallagher: Irish Tour '74" arrives on
Blu-ray courtesy of Eagle Rock Entertainment. The supplemental features
on the disc include footage from Rory Gallagher's Japanese tour of the
same year; audio commentary by Donal Gallagher and Gerry McAvoy; and a
wonderful documentary produced for RTE (Irish Television Network) in
1972. In English, without optional English subtitles for the main
feature. Region-Free.

I believe it was sometime during the early 80s when a good friend of mine, who was
crazy about Humble Pie, introduced me to Irish guitarist Rory Gallagher.
He had a tape with a recording of a live show Gallagher and his
bandmates did somewhere in the United Kingdom. To be honest, however,
the only thing I remember now is that we listened to the tape because
earlier Gallagher had been voted Top Musician of the Year (top guitar
player) by Melody Maker Magazine, ahead of Eric Clapton, which is how my
friend had discovered him.

Having just finished watching Tony Palmer's excellent documentary film
Rory Gallagher: Irish Tour '74 - which contains a lot more than just
footage from Gallagher's gigs in Ireland - it is obvious to me that I
have been ignoring a truly exceptional artist, a man whose stage
presence was electrifying and performances absolutely riveting.

Gallagher's style could probably best be described as Irish blues rock -
it is raw and notably expressive, blending hard and classic rock,
blues, R&B, and even jazz, and spiced up with plenty of Irish folk.
Naturally, in the live performances captured in Palmer's film Gallagher
is just as impressive when performing various blues tunes ("As The Crow
Flies") as he is when he does harder and faster tunes ("Cradle Rock").

Gallagher was clearly influenced by American blues and R&B artists.
His extended improvisations, for instance, reminded me about Albert King
and Otis Rush's music, while his shorter and harder improvisations
reminded me about Creedence Clearwater Revival and Led Zeppelin's sound;
they ooze a raw, edgy elegance. Gallagher himself has been a major
influence on such artists as Gary Moore, Brian May, The Edge, Slash, and
Glenn Tipton.

In addition to the live gigs, Palmer's film also contains a great deal
of behind-the-scenes and on-the-road footage in which Gallagher and his
bandmates - Gerry McAvoy (bass), Lou Martin (keyboards), and Rod De'Ath
(drums) - are seen rehearsing, testing various instruments, or just
drinking, talking about life and having fun (the film was initially
intended to be shown only on TV).

01. Walk On Hot Coals
02. Tattoo'd Lady
03. Who's That Coming
04. A Million Miles Away
05. Going To My Home Town
06. Cradle Rock
07. As The Crow Flies
08. Hands Off
09. Bullfrog Blues
bonus material

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