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8 comments on “ Jumpin At Shadows - Gary Moore Featuring B.B. King - Live Blues (Laserdisc)

  1. Jul 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - gary moore live blues con bb king YouTube BB King RIP with Gary Moore RIP - The Thrill Is Gone - Hi Quality - Duration: Aubrey Martin 9,, views.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gary Moore - Live Blues at Discogs. Complete your Gary Moore collection/5(5).
  3. Feb 04,  · He cut his guitar chops playing in the heavy rock group "Thin Lizzy". This 2 cd set brings out the guitar virtuoso with showstoppers like " Parisienne Walkways - 93 and "Stop Messin Around. Disc 2 is a live affair with blues greats repopowohteratomawasvomoonba.coinfo, Albert Collins and Albert King joining Gary on several selections. A solid package for Gary Moore fans/5().
  4. After Hours is the ninth solo studio album by Northern Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in The album features guest contributions from B.B. King and Albert Collins. Contents.
  5. Written-By – Gary Moore: Jumpin' At Shadows Written-By – D. Bennett* Stop Messin' Around Written-By – P. Green* Gary Moore Featuring B.B. King: Gary Moore Featuring B.B. King - Live Blues 5/5(1).
  6. Gary Moore (born April 4, as Robert William Gary Moore in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom; died February 6, in Malaga, Spain) is acknowledged as one of the finest guitarists to have originated in Ireland. He was a virtuoso guitarist and is considered by his fans to be one of the best guitar players ever.
  7. 5. Since I Met You Baby (feat. B.B. King) 6. Story Of The Blues 7. All Your Love 8. Too Tired (feat. Albert Collins) 9. Need Your Love So Bad Midnight Blues King Of The Blues Jumpin' At Shadows Texas Strut Moving On Stop Messin' Around Parisienne Walkways -'93 The Supernatural Caldonia (live) (feat. Albert.
  8. This British two-disc collection offers a rather unique look at the Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac rather than just focusing on the band's output from , immediately after leaving John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, to when Green left. The set is chock-full of fine studio material that documents the evolution of the band from a power trio to its Jeremy Spencer and Danny .

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