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Deuce Extra tracks, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, Import

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  • Audio CD (13 July 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B00000JIL1
  • Other Editions: Paperback  |  Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,256,429 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I'm Not Awake Yet
  2. Used To Be
  3. Don't Know Where I'm Going
  4. Maybe I Will
  5. Whole Lot Of People
  6. In Your Town
  7. Should've Learnt My Lesson
  8. There's A Light
  9. Out Of My Mind
  10. Crest Of A Wave
  11. Persuasion

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I have to admit I'm still building my RG collection and the other month I thought I'd treat myself to his 2nd album............ WOW! Essentially a blues-rock album, yes, but just listen to the folky vibe here, and the superb rythum section (listen to the intro of 'Maybe I Will'!)! You will be hooked on the 1st few bars you hear! 'I'm not Awake Yet' is just beautiful, with RG leading on accoustic but still with the band behind him. Its so slow and melodic, a perfect song to chill to! But don't become too relaxed because 'Used To Be' pounds out and is a great rocker.
The album continues with this superb sound apart from the accoustic 'Don't know where l'm Going' and 'Out of My Mind', which are both goergious, and the authentic-blues 'Should've learnt my Lesson' lurrvely!
The orriginal album concludes with 'Crest Of A Wave' which is just outta this world! So much energy here, fantastic tune, and rythmically contagious! TRY NOT MOVING WHEN YOU'VE GOT THIS ON!
But this album has a bonus track, Persuasion, slightly more poppy here, but a superb song with a country tinge to it! My only
complaint is the sleave doesnt say where/when its from.
BUY BUY BUY
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This is one of my favorite Rory Gallagher albums along with his debut album ("Rory Gallagher") and although Deuce deserves 5 stars or more, I have docked one point for the 2012 remastered version for a very important reason. I have a copy of Deuce which was included in a 5 CD box set set (search Amazon for "Rory Gallagher Original Album Classics") which I believe was produced in 1998. Compared to the 1998 CD, the remastered 2012 version is quieter, has less bass and essentially a lot less ooomph. This is very important since a lot of tracks on Deuce are up tempo rockers such as "Use to Be", "In Your Town" and the amazing "Crest of a Wave". Personally for me this makes for a lesser listening experience. I can even hear the difference on the gorgeous acoustic number "I'm Not Awake Yet". The 1998 version of Deuce sounds terrific so it makes me wonder if producers/engineers set out to make unnecessary changes to a new re-master just to be distinguishable from a previous re-master. Some people might think that the 2012 re master is quieter in order to achieve a greater dynamic range, but I don't believe that this is the case - the 2012 re-master definitely has less bass than the 1998 version. I'd be curious to hear if any Rory fans out there notice this too.

If you do decide to proceed with the purchase of the 2012 version of Deuce, here is my advice - pick up the Original Album Classics box set before it goes out of print. It contains Deuce, Calling Card, Top Priority, Jinx & Fresh Evidence. It is worth obtaining even for the other 4 albums, but hopefully you will thank me when you compare versions of Deuce.
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I have also got this as part of the 5 cd box set of Rory available on Zon, amongst other retailers. This, the Japanese issue, is an improvement over the BMG boxset in so far as being clearer, better separated instruments, and all of the things that you would like to get when you buy a properly remastered album. It serves the music better.

As for the music, well this is well up there, top 5 Rory albums that I have heard to date. He plays like a man on a mission, covering rock, blues, zydeco, acoustic and jazz(ok, jazz influenced) with a rhythm style that is staggering. Rory can throw a solo across a backing that changes the flow of the music without changing the beat, flurries of notes packed into tight clusters at the start of a bar, leaving gaps and then chucking out arpeggiated fills, back to the main theme and off again in a way that proves his complete mastery of the fretboard, all without ever sounding twiddly teegee self loving showoff(like so many others).

This is an album for folks who love guitar playing in the proper sense of the word, emotion, lifting the tune, using a range of skills, knowing when to bend or go with the flow, rather than those who love someone who can pack ten thousand notes into a millisecond with all of the emotional attachment of a three day old cheese sandwich.

Completely recommended.

At the used and new price it is a steal, get it now before the price goes up.
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Under the supervision of Donal Gallagher (his older brother and former tour manager) - Irish guitar hero RORY GALLAGHER had his LP back-catalogue first reissued onto CD between 1998 and 2000. Each of those RCA/Capo releases came in jewel cases and had previously unreleased bonus tracks. The campaign culminated with a tremendous outtakes compilation in 2003 called "Wheels Within Wheels".

This latest version of "Deuce" (his second album) is one of six new remasters released to coincide with the 40th Anniversary of his Solo career (list below). So what's different? In a nutshell - cheaper price, upgraded packaging and 2011 mastering from original tapes. Here are the double-bubble finite details...

Released 16 January 2012 in the UK (31 Jan 2012 in the USA) - "Deuce" is on Sony/Capo/Legacy 88691917372 (Barcode 886919173727) and comes in a card digipak rather than a jewel case. The single bonus track "Persuasion" which first appeared on the 1999 CD reissue has disappeared without mention. It sounded to me suspiciously like a much later outtake stuck on the end of that reissue so it would have something previously unreleased on it. There is no mention either in the slightly reworked liner notes as to why it's been dropped.

1. Used To Be
2. I’m Not Awake Yet
3. Don’t Know Where I’m Going
4. Maybe I Will
5. Whole Lot Of People
6. In Your Town [Side 2]
7. Should’ve Learnt My Lesson
8. There’s A Light
9. Out Of My Mind
10. Crest Of A Wave

The gatefold card sleeve repros the colour artwork of the original vinyl album (front and rear) while the booklet is only slightly extended over the previous 1999 foldout inlay (8 pages as opposed to 6).
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