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Corridors Of Power Original recording remastered

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  • Audio CD (28 April 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000093000
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Don't Take Me For A Loser
  2. Always Gonna Love You
  3. Wishing Well
  4. Gonna Break My Heart Again
  5. Falling In Love With You
  6. End Of The World
  7. Rockin' Every Night
  8. Cold Hearted
  9. I Can't Wait Until Tomorrow
  10. Falling in Love With You (Remix)
  11. Falling in Love With You (Remix Instrumental)
  12. Love Can Make A Fool Of You

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I wonder if we were all a bit unfair to Gary Moore when he was alive. In the past year (2016) we have seen so many music 'greats' depart with elaborate fanfare, yet hardly a murmur seems to have accompanied Gary's passing 6 years ago. But when you listen to the heap of great records he left us, perhaps we all should have shouted his name louder. Maybe he just didn't have 'the look' - unfortunately that may have counted unfairly against him.

Focusing on his '80s rock era, Gary was such an antidote to cocky American hair metal. While he performed with great authority, he came across as a very fragile personality. His songs evaded the shallowness that the MTV generation tended to go for and instead were often either anti-war songs (Fanatical Fascists, End of the World, Victims of the Future, Hiroshima, Nuclear Attack, Military Man, Out in the Fields etc.,) or lamentations about being a sad case (Don't Take Me For A Loser, Always Gonna Love You, Gonna Break My Heart Again, Empty Rooms etc.,).

There seemed a lot of sorrow in Gary's life - and he could really bring that to his music. He was able to mix bombastic technique with tenderness in his guitar work. Corridors of Power is stuffed full of it (try Always Gonna Love You). I love all the guitar giants of the 70s and 80s and listening to a record like CoP, I reckon he stood shoulder to shoulder with them.

Perhaps, on reflection, he was not quite at the cutting edge of rock guitar, defining a style that would influence streams of others (eg Hendrix, Clapton, Beck, Page, Blackmore, Van Halen, Malmsteen, Vai). But that should not stop us from wallowing in his delicious sounds.

I think we were also rather critical about Gary's voice - but actually, it's excellent. He had a great range and great feel.
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By R. F. Stevens HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 18 Mar. 2017
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My introduction to Gary Moore was the dual CD combining Blues for Greeny and After Hours some two decades ago, and recently I felt the need for more Moore.

This feast of Metal and Rock in Corridors of Power released in 1982 did not disappoint me, and each time I've listened to it over the last few days I've heard more details in it. I've tried to play guitar for enough years to know I'll never make a penny at it, so each time I hear Gary playing with such dexterity and speed and emotion and precision I cannot believe my ears; how does he do it? Pure Genius is the only explanation.

This is one of those albums that just needs to be listened to. I've yet to establish any specific favourites or dislikes with any of the tracks and am very happy to just let it play through, like it is doing now as I write. Several of the tracks have been influenced by other artists, and it is fun to pick out Gary's nods to them.

This is definitely an album for the ear-Player, to ensure continuing enjoyment on the bus and tube regardless of the delays and over-crowding.
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His best album.
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I bought this in 82 and was absolutley blown away. Saw GM at the Lyceum In Sheffield on this tour and was spellbound at the speed and energy of the guy. This is Rock Album Masterpiece with to much in 1 packet. Moore seems to be showing off every style in the book and is on Fire throughout. I did not think anyone could play like this and be able to sing at the same time but was so wrong!!.

This album was too good to be ever bettered and Moore could never re-capture this energy - Song writing with such consistency again.

Still as good today as then - Respect.
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This was the start proper of Gary's solo career (back on the steets and G-Force not withstanding) and showed him to have matured as a guitarist, writer and singer. The production by Jeff Glixman is very 80's, but it has a grit and power that work well, even with the ballards. A great remastered CD make this a good place to start with Gary's rock phase.
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Hard to believe it's so long ago that I bought this album, not long after it was first released. I was knocked out by it then and time has only heightened my appreciation of it. I have to say that although I tend to think that Gary really found his own (hard rock) niche with the Wild Frontier record, this one remains my favourite. It's basically classic old school hard rock. It's chock full of great tunes - rockers like Don't Take Me For A Loser, Rocking Every Night, End of The World, a magnificent ballad in the shape of Alway's Gonna Love You and the blues based Cold Hearted and I Can't Wait Until Tomorrow. His playing is first class (as always) and he's backed by a stella cast of musicians (Ian Paice, Neil Murray, even Jack Bruce puts in an appearance). The bonus tracks are a bit of a disappointment. Two of the three bonus tracks are additional versions of Falling In Love With You (both sound like demos and attempts to "gloss up" the song into more of an 80's pop tune - a bit like they did, with much commercial success it has to be said, with Empty Rooms a year or two later). Not bad but nothing get excited about or anything that adds to the basic album. Much better would have been to include the three track live single that was supplied as a bonus with the original vinyl album (Parisienne Walkways, Back on The Streets and Rocking Every Night). With regard to the sound quality (this is remastered apparently!), it sounds very much like the original vinyl, which is a good thing! It's a very earthy kind of production - not the best I've heard, but then again it's a breath of fresh air compared to many of the squeaky clean but souless production jobs that seem so prevalent these days. In summary - a great album!
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