Listened to Gary Moore Live We Want Moore

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  1. sgmarshall

    sgmarshall Member

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    on the way to work and the way home. What a big loss. This was a masterclass in technique and phrasing. Back then (in the 80's) he used a Strat-SD1-Marshall. The 2 highlights to me are his cover of "Shapes of Things", and "Don't Take me for a Loser". Just was good to go back to one of my influences of that time period. Awesome guitar player- RIP
     
  2. darrylthumm

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    I just listened to that the other day. I bought it the same day Live Aid happened. Needless to say I missed most of that and spent the day listening to Gary go to town. Fantastic live album that made a long lasting impression.
     
  3. gtrdave

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    Yes, one of Gary's finest albums, imho.
    Gary and Neil Carter were a great team.
     
  4. rwe333

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    Gary plays great, but I do find that record kinda one dimensional - real aggressive all the way through, not very dynamic. I preferred when Ian Paice and Neil Murray were in the band on live imports like "Rockin' Every Night - Live in Japan" (I know Paice is on some of WWM). .
     

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