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  • Artista:
    Rory Gallagher
  • Título:
    Deuce
  • Género:
  • País:
    Europe
  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2634 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    1998 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    2306 mb
  • Clasificación:
    4.0
  • Votos:
    227
  • Registro de:
    Vinyl, LP

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  • Label Code: 5797696

Álbum

Rory Gallagher - Deuce 1971. Rory Gallagher - Out Of My Mind. In order to capture the feeling of. 1971 studio album by Rory Gallagher. Deuce was released in 1971 and is the second album by Rory Gallagher. In order to capture the feeling of a live performance that Gallagher wanted, he would often record immediately before or after live performances while keeping production at a minimum. This resulted in an excellent debut album, highlighting Rorys musical development sice Taste. I'm not awake yet - Rory Gallagher lyrics 5:25. Check Shirt Wizard - Live In '77. Released in November 1971, just six months after his solo debut, Rory Gallagher's second album was the summation of all that he'd promised in the wake of Taste's collapse, and the blueprint for most of what he'd accomplish over the next two years of recording. Studio album by. 10 tracks 46:44. Rory Gallagher - Don't Know Where I'm Going. free to Rory Gallagher Deuce Used to Be, I'm Not Awake Yet and more. Rory Gallagher - Used To Be. Deuce is the second solo album by Rory Gallagher, released in 1971. Recording Original Deuce was recorded at Tangerine Studios in Dalston with Gerry McAvoy on bass guitar and Wilgar Campbell on drums and percussion. His first album had a precise, organised sound, Rory was keen Deuce would capture the raw energy of a live performance. He played Gallaghers Deuce so much he wore it out and had to buy a new one. Hed toured with an Irish showband, released acclaimed records with Taste and played the Isle Of Wight Festival, but this was the first time hed had the necessary level of control, self belief and technical ability to record the album hed always wanted to. Deuce LP, Album. Rory Gallagher - There's A 6:00. free to Rory Gallagher Deuce Used to Be, I'm Not Awake Yet and more. Rory Gallagher - I'm Not Awake Yet. I'm not awake yet - Rory Gallagher lyrics 5:25. Rory Gallagher - Whole Lot Of People. In contrast with his previous album, Rory Gallagher, where Gallagher tried for a precise, organised sound, Deuce was his first of many attempts to capture the energy of a live performance in the studio. The engineer was Robin Sylvester and it was produced by Rory Gallagher. Rory Gallagher-Crest Of A Wave. Rory Gallagher - I'm Not Awake Yet. 1990 Remastered 2017. Largely overlooked by posterity's haste to canonize his next album, Live . Rory Gallagher - Maybe I Will. Check Shirt Wizard - Live In '77. Deuce CD 1971 3:58. Rory Gallagher - 4:46. Largely overlooked by posterity's haste to canonize his next album, Live . Sited next to a bingo hall, the studio had fallen out of mainstream favour, save only with the reggae bands who also liked the funky feel of the glaring, tangerine painted studios. 1987 Remastered 2017. Rory Gallagher - There's A 6:00. Polydor , Polydor. Rory Gallagher. The Young One. Rory Gallagher - There's A Light. Rory Gallagher - Should've Learnt My Lesson. In 1971 when he began working on Deuce, he decided on a different approach to the recording of his second album. Deuce Rory Gallagher album. Rory Gallagher - There's A Light. Deuce was the culmination of Rorys musical apprenticeship. Rory Gallagher - In Your Town. In contrast with his previous album Rory Gallagher which he believed to have an organised sound, Deuce was an effort by Gallagher to capture the energy of a live performance. Diametrically contrasting the crisperclean results achieved on his previous record, Gallagher chose to record at Tangerine studios, Dalston, London, which had been built by pioneering producer Joe introduction was made by The Tornados guitarist Stuart Taylor. Songs in album Rory Gallagher - Deuce 1971. Rory Gallagher - Don't Know Where I'm Going. 1971 Remastered 2017. Released in November 1971, just six months after his solo debut, Rory Gallagher's second album was the summation of all that he'd promised in the wake of Taste's collapse, and the blueprint for most of what he'd accomplish over the next two years of recording. Deuce was recorded at Tangerine Studios in Dalston with Gerry McAvoy on bass guitar and Wilgar Campbell on drums and percussion. Rory Gallagher - Should've Learnt My Lesson. Shouldve Learnt My Lesson, demonstrates Rorys lyrical command of the blues song, with Elvis to Muddy Waters, very much to the fore