Rory Gallagher - Deuce mp3 album

51:36
Rory Gallagher - Deuce mp3 album
Blues-Rock,British Blues,Regional Blues
  • Performer:
    Rory Gallagher
  • Title:
    Deuce
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Blues-Rock,British Blues,Regional Blues
  • Duration:
    51:36
  • Recording Location:
    Tangerine Studios, London, England
Rory Gallagher - Deuce mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1856 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1292 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1116 mb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    556
  • Formats:
    AHX APE AUD DTS ASF MP2

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 I'm Not Awake Yet Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 5:24
2 Used to Be Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 5:06
3 Don't Know Where I'm Going Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 2:42
4 Maybe I Will Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 4:15
5 Whole Lot of People Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 4:57
6 In Your Town Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 5:47
7 Should've Learnt My Lesson Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 3:36
8 There's a Light Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 5:59
9 Out of My Mind Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 3:05
10 Crest of a Wave Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 6:00
11 Persuasion Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher 4:45

Credits

Wilgar Campbell - Drums, Percussion
Colin Fairley - Remixing
Rory Gallagher - Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Mark Jessett - Art Direction
Gerry McAvoy - Bass
Robin Sylvester - Engineer



Undeyn
From the opening bars of track one; "Used To Be" to the soaring intensity of the closer "Crest of a Wave" this is a great album, if riff happy guitar oriented early 70's style hard rock is your thing. With a few acoustic blues numbers thrown in for good measure, lest we forget Mr. Gallagher's roots. To my ears that mix makes this album less like his earlier blues oriented work with Taste and more like early Led Zeppelin albums without the pretentions and the plagiarisms, or 70's era Deep Purple without the keyboards. Though Mr Gallagher's vocals aren't in the same league as Plant's or Gillan's this is still a very strong effort. Nearly every song stands on its own and it should be in the record collection of any fan of 70' s guitar rock.