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Gary Moore & Friends - Live In Dublin
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Gary Moore & Friends -  Live In Dublin - A Tribute To Phil Lynott

Acknowledged as one of the finest musicians that the British Isles has ever produced, and with a career that dated back to
the 1960s, there were few musical genres that Gary Moore had not turned
his adroit musical hand to. Gracing the line-ups of several notable rock
bands, Thin Lizzy, Colosseum II and (The Original) Skid Row, in his
time, he also established himself as a world-class guitarist, with few
equals. Gary was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on April 4th 1952.
Like many others, he was turned on to rock and roll first through
hearing Elvis Presley, and then via The Beatles. Seeing the likes of
Jimi Hendrix and John Mayall's Bluesbreakers in his hometown in the
mid-60s opened up to him the rich world of The Blues. Hearing the art of
the blues guitar performed by such lauded exponents as Peter Green
fired Moore's nascent talent, and it wasn't long before he was being
hailed as a teen musical prodigy. Indeed, it was Green himself who
helped foster Moore's career, a debt that was repaid handsomely when
Gary cut his warm and heartfelt tribute to his mentor, the 'Blues For
Greeny' album, released in 1995.

Gary's first band of note, the power trio Skid Row, secured a record
deal with the CBS label in 1970. By this time, Gary had moved to Dublin,
and befriended a certain Philip Lynott, who filled the vocal role with
Skid Row until shortly before the CBS deal was signed. Gary cut three
albums with the band, and toured the USA supporting The Allman Brothers
Band, and Mountain amongst others, before he left Skid Row to embark on a
solo career. This proved short-lived, as Gary was soon to reunite with
Phil Lynott as replacement for Eric Bell in the Thin Lizzy line-up.
Although he was in the band for a relatively brief tenure, he would
re-join their ranks following the departure of Brian Robertson in 1977,
and again, finally as a full band member, for the 'Black Rose' album and
tour in 1978.

In 1979, Gary's solo career began in earnest with the evocative hit
single, 'Parisienne Walkways', which pitched Gary's tasteful,
blues-soaked lead guitar with a moody Phil Lynott guest vocal. The
single reached the UK Top Ten in April of that year, and the subsequent
album, 'Back On The Streets' was similarly well received. The late 1970s
and early 80s were characterised by Gary's restless search for the best
musical settings for his talents; a reunion with Phil Lynott produced
the powerful 'Out In The Fields' hit single (1985). He explored his
Celtic roots on the album 'Wild Frontier' (1987), but it was with the
1990 album, 'Still Got The Blues', that Gary arrived at a rich musical
vein within which his creativity could flow freely. This and its
successor, 'After Hours' saw cameo appearances from the likes of such
Blues guitar greats as Albert King, BB King, and Albert Collins, and it
is a testament to Gary's own remarkable talents that he more than held
his own amongst such august company.

In 1994, Gary worked alongside Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce in the band
BBM, cutting one accomplished album, before resuming his solo career.

The, Back To The Blues' (2001) album saw him revisit The Blues with
renewed vigour and determination, after the more experimental 'Dark Days
In Paradise' (1997) and 'A Different Beat' (1999) albums. A ten-track
collection that mixed excellent Moore originals, with gritty and intense
covers of standards. But, in the tradition of keeping his fans and
critics guessing, 2002 saw Gary Moore crashing back onto the music scene
with what had to be his heaviest collection of songs since the late
1980's, once again forcing people to reassess any opinions and
preconceptions they might have had of him. That time round though, Moore
had decided to share the limelight, joining forces with ex-Skunk
Anansie bassist Cass Lewis and Primal Scream drummer Darrin Mooney to
form 'Scars', a true power trio in every respect. The 'Scars' album was
completed in early 2002 and that line-up, then went on to record the
'Live at the Monsters of Rock' (2003) live CD and DVD, which featured
the band's set as performed on two separate nights on the UK Tour in May
2003. That live set encompassed a diverse range of material, from
across Gary's playing career.

2004 saw possibly the rawest album yet, with 'Power of the Blues'. The
10-track set, recorded mostly live in the studio, ranged from the hard
rock/blues of the title track, via the upbeat swing of "Can't find my
baby", to the haunting "Torn Inside".

Taking time out in August 2005, for a brief reunion with former Thin
Lizzy band members, for a one off concert in Dublin, to mark the
occasion of Phil Lynott’s birth. The evening was filmed for the 2006 DVD
release, 'Gary Moore and Friends, One Night in Dublin, A Tribute to
Phil Lynott'.

With his 2007 studio album ‘Close As You Get’, Gary continued in a
direction not too dissimilar from ‘Old, New, Ballads, Blues’, released
in 2006. Mixing original tunes with some interesting Blues covers that
Gary had rediscovered, whilst researching for his award winning radio
series, “Blues Power”, on Planet Rock (UK based digital/internet “radio”
station). September 2008 saw the release of what would turn out to be
Gary’s last studio album, “Bad for you Baby”. Again, a powerful
collection of tracks, of original material and selected blues covers.
After being on the road for most of 2008 and into 2010 with the “Blues”
line up of the touring band. Gary returned from a tour of Russia and the
Far East, and decided to reunite with his old sparring partner from the
rock line up’s of the 1980’s, Neil Carter. The plan was to put together
a “Rock” line up and dust off a selection of tracks from the mid to
late 1980’s. Adding Jon Noyce, (ex Jethro Tull/Sessions) on bass, some
one who was also part of the, “One Night in Dublin” Tribute DVD in 2005,
and Darrin Mooney (Primal Scream/Sessions) on drums, who was no
stranger to the touring and recording line during the late 1990’s and
early 2000’s. This line up, hit the road in May of 2010, performing a
live set based around a selection of tracks from the “Rock Years” of the
1980's. This proved to be a real treat for fans, old & new, as many
would have not heard Gary play these songs live, either for a very long
time, or in many cases, at all. In addition to the older tunes, a
number of new “Celtic Rock” style tracks were included in the show,
which went down very well with the live audiences. Tracks, which Gary
was planning to record and embellish, on his next studio project. A
project that was ready to start when Gary returned from a short holiday

Unfortunately, that was not to be, as Gary passed away in his sleep in
the early hours of February 6th, 2011, in Estepona, Spain. After being
such a “force of nature” in the guitar-playing firmament, for many
years, as part of a professional career that began when he was only 16.
He leaves behind a huge hole for many, not just his close family and
friends, but guitar fans around the world.

Of all the many tributes paid since Gary’s passing, maybe this one, from
Gary’s friend and musical collaborator, Don Airey, might sum up the
best of most people’s thoughts of Gary: “At the 86 Donington Festival
during the long solo in “Empty Rooms” the previously restive crowd went
so quiet, you could hear a pin drop - everyone back and behind stage
stopped whatever they were doing and just stood to listen open-mouthed.
His artistry touched thousands of people over the years, not least those
of us lucky enough to have shared a stage or a recording studio with
him. Sleep tight old mate, you’ll be sorely missed.”

Gary Moore
1952 - 2011

Tracklist :

01. Walking by myself
02. Jailbreak
03. Don`t believe a word
04. Emerald
05. Still in love with you
06. Black rose
07. Cowboy song
08. The boys are back in town
09. Whiskey in the jar
10. Old town / Parisienne walkways

Screen: 16:9
Compressie: None (mds - file added)
Audio: DD 2.0, DD 5.1, DTS 5.1
Menu: Yes
Extra`s: Yes ( Interviews)
Cover: Fried in the torrent...

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Gary Moore and Friends - One Night In Dublin (2005)
[Full Blu-Ray]

Full BluRay 1:1 | BDMV | 1080i MPEG-4 AVC @ 26999 Kbps; 29,970 fps | 01:12:57 | 23.4 GB
Audio1: English DTS-HD MA 5.1 / 48 kHz / 4962 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit)
Audio2: English Dolby Digital 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps | Audio3: English LPCM 2.0 / 48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit
Genre: Blues, Rock

On August 19th 2005 at The Point Theater in Dublin Ireland, Gary Moore
assembled the former members of Thin Lizzy and staged a concert to honor
its founder and lead man Phil Lynott. Active in its original form from
1969 to 1984, Thin Lizzy is best known for the songs Whiskey in the
Jar, Jailbreak and The Boys are back in Town.They recorded 12 albums of
which four went gold, and two went silver in the United Kingdom.
Bringing all Thin Lizzy former members together again, Gary Moore
created a magical evening for Thin Lizzy fans that will last a lifetime.
This concert coincides with the unveiling of a statue of Phil Lynott on
Grafton Street in Dublin-a moving event shared by all the former
members of Thin Lizzy.

1. "Walkin' by Myself" (not a Thin Lizzy song but an old blues standard Moore previously covered)
2. "Jailbreak"
3. "Don't Believe a Word" Gary Moore and Brian Robertson
4. "Emerald"
5. "Still In Love With You" Gary Moore and Scott Gorham
6. "Black Rose"
7. "Cowboy Song"
8. "The Boys Are Back in Town" Gary Moore and Eric Bell
9. "Whiskey in the Jar" Gary Moore
10. "Old Town" (excerpt) / "Parisienne Walkways" ("Old Town" was a song
from Lynott's solo career and "Parisienne Walkways" was a Moore song
which featured Lynott)

Production: UK | Eagle Rock Entertainment
Production: 01:12:57
Quality: Blu-ray
Container: BDMV
Video codec: AVC
Audio codec: PCM, DTS, AC-3
Video: MPEG-4 AVC 26999 kbps 1920x1080i / 29,970 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1
Audio#1: English DTS-HD MA 5.1 / 48 kHz / 4962 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit)
Audio#2: English Dolby Digital 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Audio#3: English LPCM 2.0 / 48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit

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quen en paz descanse este virtuoso  GARY MOORE , un maestro
FrancFecha: Miércoles, 2014-08-13, 10:24 AM | Mensaje # 4
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Ahí va otro torrent:

GARY MOORE & FRIENDS - One Night In Dublin, A Tribute To Phil Lynott (2006)


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Mensaje editado por Franc - Miércoles, 2014-08-13, 10:31 AM
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