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Whos That Coming? - Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour 74

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Who's That Coming? Just A Little Bit. Sell This Version. Polydor , Polydor. Irish Tour ' Demon Records. Overseas Records. Intercord , Capo 2. Capo 2 , I. Alfa International. Watching the movie or listening to the album now is to grasp the full flavour of an outfit instinctively attuned to travel in any direction Gallagher fancied… be it the meanest, dirtiest blues or expansive exploratory Celtic modal tunings.

How could it not affect you? The next night you go on stage and you wanted to be like these guys. It was amazing to see Chuck Berry but the lifelessness of the atmosphere was completely at odds with the fearless fascination and community unifying glee I experienced when, unchaperoned, I went to see Gallagher at the Ulster Hall in the same year. Growing up outside Belfast, the city had become a place of considerable foreboding to me. But the elation experienced in the Ulster Hall was something else.

Gone were the horrors of sectarian conflict, the pure sense of feeling, of basking in — and being part of — greatness captured on film in Irish Tour was, in the flesh, magnified, many times over. The effect I felt would be widespread. The same night I saw Gallagher, a young kid by the name of Joby Fox, let into the venue as the show climaxed by a kindly doorman, also felt the transformative power and embarked on a life of music making.

It is understandable that his reputation has increased since his death, so profound was the effect he had during his lifetime, not just in Belfast but all over the planet. As a film buff and a perfectionist who found it hard to cede control to outside forces, whether manager, director or producer, Gallagher was an inevitable presence in the editing suite when the time came for Palmer to cut the movie.

It would have been too much like hard work. Thank God for that. You are you. And this film is all about capturing you. Rory and the band played in Belfast too, which at the time had embarked on its own journey back to the Stone Age, and beyond. For Rory even to think of playing there at that time, when he could have been selling out some fine auditorium in West Germany and buying a new Mercedes with the proceeds, must have required an unusual level of heroism.

Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Retrieved 21 June Rory Gallagher: His Life and Times.

Collins Press. Retrieved 18 June Rory Gallagher. Rory Gallagher discography Taste. A feature documentary, Ghost Blues - Eagle Rock Entertainment , created even more interest in his legendary career. The April 12 multi-format release triggers a bonanza for the legion of Gallagher fans worldwide.

Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Irish Tour '74 - Rory Gallagher on AllMusic - - The companion piece to director Tony Palmer's Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Irish Tour '74 - Rory Gallagher on AllMusic - - The companion piece to director Tony Palmer's 9/

8 thought on “Whos That Coming? - Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour 74 ”

  1. Brajar says:
    With Rory's infamous Fender Strat greeting guests in the lobby, the new Irish Tour audio playing in the ambassaors residence and the Irish Tour film on a large screen (+ free Guinness) a great night was had by all who attended and it was very exciting to see the finished anniversary box set on display.
  2. Mauramar says:
    Compiled from live recordings made at concerts on an Irish Tour in January '74 at Belfast, Ulster Hall: Dublin, Carlton Cinema: Cork, City Hall. Side Four "After Hours" is two tracks taken from various jam sessions during the Tour on the Lane Mobile Unit/5(58).
  3. Aracage says:
    Jan 20,  · THIS IS A REVIEW OF THE MULTI-DISC BOX SET OF "IRISH TOUR '74". In a nutshell--this is the stuff of legend. While Gallagher's studio albums were mostly filled with good/great songs, it was on stage where he and his tight little band showed what they were truly about/5().
  4. Akim says:
    Lyrics to 'Who's That Coming?' by Rory Gallagher. Tell me, who's that coming? Not walking, but running. Cool as the mountain breeze. Well, that song she's .
  5. Nashura says:
    Sep 17,  · Irish Tour 74' is the best post-Taste album from Gallagher. His vocals are probably better suited for the slow, grinding blues rock that Taste specialized in but they function well on this album with some of his most well-known tracks/5(49).
  6. Akilar says:
    Mar 17,  · In , award winning film maker Tony Palmer followed Rory Gallagher and his band on their tour of Ireland. The subsequent movie was released in cinemas to great critical acclaim and has gone on to be accepted as one of the great rock films/5(18).
  7. Shakakinos says:
    Aug 22,  · referencing Irish Tour '74, CD, Album, RE, RM, Way too much on-stage amplifier hum audible in this mix plus the cymbals seem way over the top. After a couple of listens i much prefer the Demon Records CD release although somewhere halfway between the /5().
  8. Meziktilar says:
    Jan 20,  · 'Irish Tour '74' towers above the rest of Rory Gallagher's discography, not that the studio albums are bad, it's just this one is so universally acclaimed and praise! Clocking in at just under 70 minutes and 10 songs, it is a relatively large chunk of music/5().

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