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9 Replies to “ Walk On Hot Coals - Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour (CD, Album) ”

  1. Nov 08,  · Rory Gallagher: Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour ’74, the 40th Anniversary Deluxe Box Set album review by C. Michael Bailey, published on November 8, Tattoo sported the song "Sleep on a Clothes Line" that was thematically similar to "Walk on Hot Coals." The album was also to contribute "Cradle Rock," "Tattoo'd Lady," "A Million Miles.
  2. It is a live album compiled from performances during Gallagher's Irish Tour in January The source concerts were recorded at Belfast Ulster Hall, Dublin Carlton Cinema and Cork City Hall using Ronnie Lane's Mobile Studio. "Back on My Stompin' Ground (After Hours)" was .
  3. Only McAvoy remained from the band featured on Rory’s blistering Live in Europe album; the addition of Martin’s keyboards highlight Gallagher’s growth as arranger and band leader. Tantalising excitement reigns on the dynamically blistering Walk On Hot Coals.
  4. Check out Irish Tour '74 (Live / 40th Anniversary Edition) by Rory Gallagher on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on provelnalitinpoducampmooncampliru.coinfo Walk On Hot Coals (Live From Carlton Cinema) 32 Just A Little Bit (Live From Cork City Hall In Session) Rory Gallagher. out of 5 stars $ Blues (Deluxe) Rory.
  5. Irish Tour ' buy album. Rory Gallagher. Label: Sony Music Released: Views: 2, Track Listing. CD 1 & 2 - Cork (3 e 5 gennaio ) Messin’ with the Kid; Cradle Rock; I Wonder Who; Tattoo’d Lady; Walk on Hot Coals; Laundromat; A Million Miles Away; Hands Off; Too Much Alcohol; As the Crow Flies; Pistol Slapper Blues; Unmilitary Two-Step; Bankers Blues; Going to My Hometown; Who.
  6. A frustratingly brief snip of the classic Shadows-style "Maritime" (aka "Just a Little Bit") plays the album out in anthemic style and then, of course, there's "Walk on Hot Coals," a marathon excursion that posterity has decreed Gallagher's most popular and accomplished statement -- a status that Irish Tour does nothing to contradict. It's.
  7. Kicking off with the furious "Walk on Hot Coals" where Rory Gallagher's stinging guitar and Lou Martin's insistent piano pounding spar within the context of one of Rory's classic rockers, the album presents a well rounded picture of Gallagher's eclectic influences. A jaunty, acoustic run through Big Bill Broonzy's "Banker's Blues" (oddly credited to Gallagher), the ragtime "Unmilitary Two-Step.
  8. Nov 30,  · Very similar to Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour. This version has "S" in matrix following "Disctronics", therefore made at Disctronics S. Compiled from live recordings made at concerts on an Irish Tour in January '74 at Belfast, Ulster Hall: Dublin, Carlton Cinema: Cork, City Hall. Track 9 taken from jam session during the Tour on the Lane Mobile /5(88).

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