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Let's Go To Work
 
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Let's Go To Work

15 Oct. 2001 | Format: MP3

£18.59 (VAT included if applicable)
Also available in CD Format
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By jbezzo VINE VOICE on 13 Dec. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Throughout the course of his 30 year career, Rory Gallagher released 15 albums, yet it is his live albums that are held in highest regard in the hearts and minds of his many fans. The accounts of those who saw him play live paint a picture of a quiet, self-effacing man who just loved to play, and play and play, battering his ageing, war-torn stratocaster for two or more hours on a nightly basis. For the first time, all 3 albums "Stagestruck" "Irish Tour 74" "Live in Europe" are brought together, with a bonus CD bootleg "Meeting with the G-Man". Over the four discs, Rory displays his virtuosity in the fields of blues and rock, whether it is straight-up chicago blues "I Wonder Who" (Muddy would indeed smile down approvingly) raw Mississippi delta blues, Son House-style "I Could Have Had Religion" to the more rocky, crowd-pleasers such as "Shadowplay" and his signature "Messin' With The Kid". The foot-stomping "Going to my Hometown" on Irish tour, with Rory proving himself a devil of a mandolinist is worth the price on the box in it's own right and by the end of the albums you will have had a feeling of what it must have been like to see the man himself play the music he loved. As an intorduction to Rory's music this is a must; however long-time fans such as myself must surely gripe that to obtain the bonus disc you have to buy three albums you already had.
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I know I must be slightly crazy but I bought this set just to get hold of the new disc 'meeting with the G-man'...just shows that I am perhaps becoming a little too fanatical about the man who was surely the best blues rock guitarist ever.Well there is certainly some blistering guitar work on this new disc and it fits in well with any Gallagher collection. Should you be a little less fanatical you may find the recording quality a little unbalanced with the percussion far too much to the fore as it is very much along the lines of a high quality bootleg sound wise but the performance on the whole shines through.Of the other discs 'Irish Tour 74' has always been a great favourite of mine and it contains a great mix of songs from what I feel was Rorys greatest era 'walk on hot coals', 'cradle rock', 'tattoo'd lady'....it is difficult to express the quality of this material but if you like blues rock you should give it a try a favourite back in 1974 and still a favorite now...'Live!in Europe' again contains a marvellous mix of well crafted blues rock a true classic live album and again from ,in my view, his very best years...'stagestruck' was, I always felt, just a little disappointing perhaps because a certain element of subtlety appears lost.
Overall this is a nicely packed boxed set at a very reasonable price and if you don't have the three previously released albums is well worth the cash, in fact if you don't have them it is a MUST BUY! If you are a dedicated fan though do you want to shell out this much for one album??....I cannot call it value on that score but the new disc is certainly worthy of any fans collection.
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At last Rory's finest live cuts together in a boxed set. I was hooked in '72 from the first notes of Messin with the Kid from Live in Europe albeit on vinyl. I saw him in Bristol in '73 and also looked up some old Taste stuff. The reworked 'Europe' CD is great and also contains a couple of bonus tracks. I bought Tony Palmer's DVD of the Irish Tour '74 and was itching for a soundtrack. This is the second of the 4 CDs. again the quality of the recording for such an early album is superb. Stage Struck sees Rory moving into the '80s with a real passion and power. The bootleg 'G-Man' album suffers on the quality front but is an interresting addition to anyone's collection. In summary, wonderful playing, wonderful value!
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As a huge Rory fan, metaphorically speaking of course!, I already have three of the albums in this set. They are mainstream albums readily available in any decent music store. All of the three live albums are excellent and a great introduction to the uninitiated but quite a disappointing box-set for the thousands of hardened G-man enthusiasts who already have all his albums.10/10 for the music, 10/10 for the quality,10/10 for the presentation of this excellent set of music by one of the most influential, charismatic musicians of the late 20th century on the rock/blues scene.Pity the fourth CD is'nt available separatly for anyone else to buy without losing out and paying extra for albums they already play air-guitar to...
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