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9 thoughts on “ Parisienne Walkways - Gary Moore - Last Blues For Greeny (CD, Album)

  1. Parisienne Walkways: The Blues Collection is a compilation album of containing performances of blues songs by the blues-rock guitarist and vocalist Gary Moore. It is a companion piece to Back on the Streets: The Rock Collection, released at the same time.
  2. Parisienne Walkways Gary Moore. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ demonstrating what we're missing with Gary Moore's early passing. The album is perhaps not taking anyone anywhere new (but then it is titled Back to the Blues!) but there are some toe curling (in a good way) intense bits and some equally impressive slower tunes to be /5(51).
  3. Gary Moore – Emerald Aisles, () Gary Moore – Live at Isstadion Stockholm: Wild Frontier Tour, () Gary Moore – The Video Singles () Gary Moore – Live in Belfast: After the War Tour, () "An Evening of the Blues" with Gary Moore & Midnight Blues Band – featuring Albert Collins & Albert King () Gary Moore and B.B. King.
  4. Le second Cd live de fait suite à l'album hommage "Blues for Greeny" pour Peter Green, dont il reprend plusieurs titres sur ce concert. Ce disque de blues est bourré de feeling. Cet album confirme que Gary Moore est sans aucun doute possible le meilleur joueur de blues actuel/5(50).
  5. Gary became a full member of Thin Lizzy again in , but despite another great album, he quit the band half-way through an American tour. A hit UK single with Phil, ‘Parisienne Walkways’ in was taken from Gary’s album ‘Back on the Streets’, and this marked the beginning of a serious solo career.
  6. In fact, Green mentored the youngster (Gary would repay that debt later with his own album Blues for Greeny) and even lent the kid one of his Fleetwood Mac Les Paul guitars, which he would.
  7. Finally, Gary Moore didn’t use ‘Greeny’ at all on some of his most famous songs. Moore’s second guitar of choice was a Les Paul with standard pickups. It was on this guitar that he recorded ‘ Still Got the Blues ‘ and captured some of the best blues guitar tones of his career.
  8. On the face of it, "Parisienne Walkways" is a straightforward slow ballad written to showcase Moore's guitar playing, but this is actually an enigmatic song with a concealed.

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