Gallagher, Rory

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Acoustic Sessions
Colored Vinyl - WSAVR 729 07
Rare, Limited Edition Clear Vinyl Housed In A Fully Laminated Gatefold Cover. This Is Number 469 Of Only 500 Copies. New, Unplayed Copy. Recorded Live In London, March 18th, 1980 And Broadcast On Capital FM. more
Against The Grain
Used - LP - CHR 1098
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Against The Grain
Used - LP - CHR 1098
Beautiful 1975 Promotional Label. Appears Unplayed. “After Releasing Two Albums In 1973 And A Live, Contract-Fulfilling Disc In 1974, Gallagher Returned Rested And Recharged In 1975 With A New Record Label, Chrysalis, And A Band With Almost Three Years Of Hard Touring Under Their Belts. With Its Attention To Detai, Against The Grain Sounds More Practiced And Intricate Than Most Of Gallagher's Previous Studio Discs, But Still Includes Some Of His Most Powerful Rockers. The Supercharged "Souped-Up Ford," Where Rory Howls And Wails, With His Voice And Smoking Slide, And "All Around Man," An Urgent Blues Rocker That Begins With Gallagher Screaming And Crying Together With Just His Electric Guitar Until The Band Kicks In With A Stop-Start Blues Rhythm, Are Two Of The Definitive Moments. "Bought And Sold" Adds Congas To The Mix To Bring A More Rootsy And Even Jazzy Feel To Rory's Table. But It's On The Acoustic Tracks Where The Guitarist And His Band Really Lay Into The Groove. Gallagher's Version Of Leadbelly's "Out On The Western Plain," With Its Combination Of Indian Chords, American Delta Folk And Cowboy "Yippee-Ki-Yay" Chorus Is One Of The Irishman's Unheralded Highlights, And "Cross Me Off Your List" Is Affecting In Its Yearning Melody, Subtle Keyboard And Minor Key. A Playful And Forceful Romp Through Sam And Dave's "I Take What I Want" Shows Gallagher's Soul Roots.” Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide. more
Against The Grain
New - LP - CHR 1098
Factory Sealed 1975 Original. Pristine Store Stock Copy. “After Releasing Two Albums In 1973 And A Live, Contract-Fulfilling Disc In 1974, Gallagher Returned Rested And Recharged In 1975 With A New Record Label, Chrysalis, And A Band With Almost Three Years Of Hard Touring Under Their Belts. With Its Attention To Detai, Against The Grain Sounds More Practiced And Intricate Than Most Of Gallagher's Previous Studio Discs, But Still Includes Some Of His Most Powerful Rockers. The Supercharged "Souped-Up Ford," Where Rory Howls And Wails, With His Voice And Smoking Slide, And "All Around Man," An Urgent Blues Rocker That Begins With Gallagher Screaming And Crying Together With Just His Electric Guitar Until The Band Kicks In With A Stop-Start Blues Rhythm, Are Two Of The Definitive Moments. "Bought And Sold" Adds Congas To The Mix To Bring A More Rootsy And Even Jazzy Feel To Rory's Table. But It's On The Acoustic Tracks Where The Guitarist And His Band Really Lay Into The Groove. Gallagher's Version Of Leadbelly's "Out On The Western Plain," With Its Combination Of Indian Chords, American Delta Folk And Cowboy "Yippee-Ki-Yay" Chorus Is One Of The Irishman's Unheralded Highlights, And "Cross Me Off Your List" Is Affecting In Its Yearning Melody, Subtle Keyboard And Minor Key. A Playful And Forceful Romp Through Sam And Dave's "I Take What I Want" Shows Gallagher's Soul Roots.” Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide. more
Beat Club Sessions
New - LP - RCV064LP
Sealed 2011 UK 2LP 180gm Gatefold Colored (White Or Grey) Vinyl. "The Rory Gallagher Musical Well Isn't Dry Quite Yet, As Evidenced By This Dozen-Track Collection Of Live-In-The-Studio Work From The Early Years Of His Solo Career. This Disc Officially Appeared In September 2010 And Collects Four Tunes From Three Separate Sessions Recorded May 1971 Through June 1972 For The German Beat Club Tv Series (A Companion Dvd Was Released Simultaneously). The Songs Will Be Familiar To Gallagher Fans, As Most Are Available On His First Few Albums. All But Junior Wells' "Messin' With The Kid" And Sonny Thompson's "Toredown" (Probably Best Known Through Freddie King's Version) Are Originals, Played By His Sturdy Backing Trio Featuring Wilgar Campbell On Drums And Longtime Bassist Gerry Mcavoy. While There Aren't Many Musical Surprises, These Versions Are Noticeably Leaner And Tougher Than Their Associated Studio Performances. This Also Makes A Logical Companion Piece To Gallagher's Breakthrough Release, Live In Europe, Since It's Recorded With The Same Band But Only Repeats Four Of Its Selections. The Blues-Rocker Was Young, Hungry, And Scorching Hot During These Years And Germany Was One Of The First Countries Where He Found Success. Numbers Such As "Crest Of A Wave," "Sinnerboy," "Used To Be," The Aforementioned "Toredown" Along With The Acoustic "Just The Smile" And "I Don't Know Where I'm Going" Don't Show Up Often In Concert Versions, If At All, Even With The Plethora Of Live Gallagher Material Available, So Clean, Live Recordings Of Them Are A Real Find For Fans. The Guitarist Hit His Groove On These Sessions, As Can Be Heard On A Surging "I Could've Had Religion," Where His Slide Work Simply Burns. The Song "Hands Up," Caught Here From The 1971 Show, Wouldn't Appear On A Studio Title Until 1973'S Blueprint, Although The Arrangement Didn't Change Markedly Over The Years. Gallagher Rips Into A Seven-Minute Take On His Slow Blues "Should've Learned My Lesson" With The Type Of Intensity Jimmy Page Routinely Displayed, And Campbell's Drums Have Ferocity Similar To John Bonham's. The Sound Is Terrific For Live Music Of The Time -- Full, Rich, And Well Recorded, With Every Instrument Easily Identifiable In The Mix But Displaying All The Rawness And Crackling Sparks That Made Gallagher Such An Iconic Figure In The History Of Blues-Rock." - Hal Horowitz, Amg more
Blueprint
Used - LP - 2383 189
Mint 1973 UK Textured Cover Original. "Kicking Off With The Furious "Walk On Hot Coals" Where Rory Gallagher's Stinging Guitar And Lou Martin's Insistent Piano Pounding Spar Within The Context Of One Of Rory's Classic Rockers, The Album Presents A Well Rounded Picture Of Gallagher's Eclectic Influences. A Jaunty, Acoustic Run Through Big Bill Broonzy's "Banker's Blues" (Oddly Credited To Gallagher), The Ragtime "Unmilitary Two-Step" As Well As An Unusually Straightforward Country Tune "If I Had A Reason" With Rory On Lap-Steel And Martin Doing His Best Honky-Tonk, Effectively Break Up The Blues-Rock That Remains The Soul Of The Album. The Album's Centerpiece, A Brooding "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son" Finds The Band Locked Into A Swampy Groove For Over Eight Minutes As Gallagher Abbreviates His Own Solo Providing Room For Martin's Aggressive Piano." Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Blueprint
New - LP - PD 5522
Sealed 1973 Original With Promotional Sticker Under Shrink. Small CC. more
Blueprint
New - LP - PD 5522
Sealed 1973 Original With Promotional Sticker On The Shrink Wrap (Likely A White Label Promo). “Kicking Off With The Furious "Walk On Hot Coals" Where Rory Gallagher's Stinging Guitar And Lou Martin's Insistent Piano Pounding Spar Within The Context Of One Of Rory's Classic Rockers, The Album Presents A Well Rounded Picture Of Gallagher's Eclectic Influences. A Jaunty, Acoustic Run Through Big Bill Broonzy's "Banker's Blues" (Oddly Credited To Gallagher), The Ragtime "Unmilitary Two-Step" As Well As An Unusually Straightforward Country Tune "If I Had A Reason" With Rory On Lap-Steel And Martin Doing His Best Honky-Tonk, Effectively Break Up The Blues-Rock That Remains The Soul Of The Album. The Album's Centerpiece, A Brooding "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son" Finds The Band Locked Into A Swampy Groove For Over Eight Minutes As Gallagher Abbreviates His Own Solo Providing Room For Martin's Aggressive Piano. On "Hands Off" The Guitarist Even Picks Up Saxophone, And He Shows Off His Spooky Muddy Waters' Inspired Slide On The Train Chugging "Race The Breeze," One Of The Guitarist's Best Tunes.” Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Blueprint
New - LP - ER203061
Sealed 2013 Reissue. “Kicking Off With The Furious "Walk On Hot Coals" Where Rory Gallagher's Stinging Guitar And Lou Martin's Insistent Piano Pounding Spar Within The Context Of One Of Rory's Classic Rockers, The Album Presents A Well Rounded Picture Of Gallagher's Eclectic Influences. A Jaunty, Acoustic Run Through Big Bill Broonzy's "Banker's Blues" (Oddly Credited To Gallagher), The Ragtime "Unmilitary Two-Step" As Well As An Unusually Straightforward Country Tune "If I Had A Reason" With Rory On Lap-Steel And Martin Doing His Best Honky-Tonk, Effectively Break Up The Blues-Rock That Remains The Soul Of The Album. The Album's Centerpiece, A Brooding "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son" Finds The Band Locked Into A Swampy Groove For Over Eight Minutes As Gallagher Abbreviates His Own Solo Providing Room For Martin's Aggressive Piano. On "Hands Off" The Guitarist Even Picks Up Saxophone, And He Shows Off His Spooky Muddy Waters' Inspired Slide On The Train Chugging "Race The Breeze," One Of The Guitarist's Best Tunes.” Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Blueprint
Used - LP - PD 5522
1973 White Label Promo With Promotional Sticker Under The Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed. “Kicking Off With The Furious "Walk On Hot Coals" Where Rory Gallagher's Stinging Guitar And Lou Martin's Insistent Piano Pounding Spar Within The Context Of One Of Rory's Classic Rockers, The Album Presents A Well Rounded Picture Of Gallagher's Eclectic Influences. A Jaunty, Acoustic Run Through Big Bill Broonzy's "Banker's Blues" (Oddly Credited To Gallagher), The Ragtime "Unmilitary Two-Step" As Well As An Unusually Straightforward Country Tune "If I Had A Reason" With Rory On Lap-Steel And Martin Doing His Best Honky-Tonk, Effectively Break Up The Blues-Rock That Remains The Soul Of The Album. The Album's Centerpiece, A Brooding "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son" Finds The Band Locked Into A Swampy Groove For Over Eight Minutes As Gallagher Abbreviates His Own Solo Providing Room For Martin's Aggressive Piano. On "Hands Off" The Guitarist Even Picks Up Saxophone, And He Shows Off His Spooky Muddy Waters' Inspired Slide On The Train Chugging "Race The Breeze," One Of The Guitarist's Best Tunes.” Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Blueprint
Used - LP - PD 5522
1973 Red Label Original. Appears Unplayed. “Kicking Off With The Furious "Walk On Hot Coals" Where Rory Gallagher's Stinging Guitar And Lou Martin's Insistent Piano Pounding Spar Within The Context Of One Of Rory's Classic Rockers, The Album Presents A Well Rounded Picture Of Gallagher's Eclectic Influences. A Jaunty, Acoustic Run Through Big Bill Broonzy's "Banker's Blues" (Oddly Credited To Gallagher), The Ragtime "Unmilitary Two-Step" As Well As An Unusually Straightforward Country Tune "If I Had A Reason" With Rory On Lap-Steel And Martin Doing His Best Honky-Tonk, Effectively Break Up The Blues-Rock That Remains The Soul Of The Album. The Album's Centerpiece, A Brooding "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son" Finds The Band Locked Into A Swampy Groove For Over Eight Minutes As Gallagher Abbreviates His Own Solo Providing Room For Martin's Aggressive Piano. On "Hands Off" The Guitarist Even Picks Up Saxophone, And He Shows Off His Spooky Muddy Waters' Inspired Slide On The Train Chugging "Race The Breeze," One Of The Guitarist's Best Tunes.” Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Blues
New Import - 5386811
Sealed 2019 2LP Compilation, Housed In A Slightly Oversized, Heavy-Duty Tri-Fold Jacket. From The Vaults Of The Gallagher Estate’s Tape Archive Comes This Collection Of Rare And Unreleased Recordings Of Rory Playing His Favourite Blues Material. Ranging From Never Heard Before Tracks To Special Guest Sessions With Legendary Blues Artists (Muddy Waters / Albert King) And Lost Radio Sessions, This Album Uncovers Rory’s Love Of The Blues Throughout His Solo Career From 1971 Right Through To 1994. more
Calling Card
Used - LP - CHR 1124
1976 Original. Cut Corner. "Gallagher's Second Album For Chrysalis — And Last With His Longstanding Trio Of Lou Martin (Keyboards), Rod De'Ath (Drums) And Gerry Mcavoy (Bass) — Was A Milestone In His Career. Although Calling Card Was Produced By Deep Purple Bassist Roger Glover And Not Surprisingly Contained Some Of His Most Powerfully Driving Rockers, Tracks Like The Acoustic "Barley & Grape Rag" And The Jazzy, Soulful, Finger Snapping Title Cut — A Perennial Concert Favorite — Found The Irish Rocker Not Only Exploring Other Musical Paths, But Also Caught Him On One Of His Most Consistent Songwriting Streaks Ever. Even "Do You Read Me," The Muscular Opening Track, Is A Remarkably Stripped-Down Affair That Adds Subtle Synths To The Rugged Blues Rock That Was Gallagher's Claim To Fame. While "Moonchild," "Country Mile," And "Secret Agent" Displayed Catchy Hooks, Engaging Riffs, And Raging Guitar Work (The Latter Adds A Touch Of Deep Purple's Jon Lord-Styled Organ To The Proceedings), It's The Elegant Ballad "I'll Admit You're Gone" That Shifts The Guitarist Into Calmer Waters And Proves His Melodic Talent Was Just As Cutting On Quieter Tunes. And It's A Crime That The Gorgeous "Edged In Blue," Certainly One Of The Artist's Saddest And Most Beautiful Pop Melodies, Was Overlooked In His Catalog. Arguably Rory Gallagher's Finest Studio Effort, It Was Among His Best And Most Varied Batch Of Songs, And It Is A Perfect Place For The Curious To Start Their Collection As Well As An Essential Disc Showing Gallagher At The Peak Of His Powers.” – Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide more
Calling Card
New - LP - CHR 1124
Sealed 1976 Original With CC. more
Calling Card
Used - LP - CHR 1124
1976 Green Label Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Appears Unplayed. "Gallagher's Second Album For Chrysalis — And Last With His Longstanding Trio Of Lou Martin (Keyboards), Rod De'Ath (Drums) And Gerry Mcavoy (Bass) — Was A Milestone In His Career. Although Calling Card Was Produced By Deep Purple Bassist Roger Glover And Not Surprisingly Contained Some Of His Most Powerfully Driving Rockers, Tracks Like The Acoustic "Barley & Grape Rag" And The Jazzy, Soulful, Finger Snapping Title Cut — A Perennial Concert Favorite — Found The Irish Rocker Not Only Exploring Other Musical Paths, But Also Caught Him On One Of His Most Consistent Songwriting Streaks Ever. Even "Do You Read Me," The Muscular Opening Track, Is A Remarkably Stripped-Down Affair That Adds Subtle Synths To The Rugged Blues Rock That Was Gallagher's Claim To Fame. While "Moonchild," "Country Mile," And "Secret Agent" Displayed Catchy Hooks, Engaging Riffs, And Raging Guitar Work (The Latter Adds A Touch Of Deep Purple's Jon Lord-Styled Organ To The Proceedings), It's The Elegant Ballad "I'll Admit You're Gone" That Shifts The Guitarist Into Calmer Waters And Proves His Melodic Talent Was Just As Cutting On Quieter Tunes. And It's A Crime That The Gorgeous "Edged In Blue," Certainly One Of The Artist's Saddest And Most Beautiful Pop Melodies, Was Overlooked In His Catalog. Arguably Rory Gallagher's Finest Studio Effort, It Was Among His Best And Most Varied Batch Of Songs, And It Is A Perfect Place For The Curious To Start Their Collection As Well As An Essential Disc Showing Gallagher At The Peak Of His Powers.” – Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide. more
Deuce
New - LP - CHR 1254
Sealed 2nd Issue. more
Deuce
New - LP - SD 7004
Sealed 1972 Original. more
Fresh Evidence
New - LP - CAPO LP 14
Extremely Hard To Find 1990 Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Cut By George Peckham: "Porky Prime Cut" In The Dead Wax. New, Unplayed Copy. more
Irish Tour '74
New - LP - PD2-9501
Sealed 1974 2LP Gatefold Original. “The Companion Piece To Director Tony Palmer's Documentary Of The Same Name, Irish Tour 1974 Was Recorded That January In Belfast, Dublin, And Cork At A Time When Precious Few Performers — Irish Or Otherwise — Were Even Dreaming Of Touring The Trouble-Torn Island. Northern Ireland, In Particular, Was A Rock & Roll No-Go Area, But Gallagher Never Turned His Back On The Province And Was Rewarded With What History Recalls As Some Of His Best-Ever Gigs. Irish Tour 1974, In Turn, Captures Some Of His Finest Known Live Recordings And, While It's Impossible To Tell Which Songs Were Recorded Where, Across Nine In-Concert Recordings (Plus One After-Hours Jam Session, "Back On My Stompin' Ground"), The Energy Crackling From Stage To Stalls And Back Again Packs An Intensity That Few Live Albums — Gallagher's Own Others Among Them — Can Match. Highlights Of A Stunning Set Include Dramatic Takes On Muddy Waters' "I Wonder Who" And Tony Joe White's "As The Crow Flies," A Raw Acoustic Rendering That Is Nevertheless Totally Electrifying. A Frustratingly Brief Snip Of The Classic Shadows-Style "Maritime" (Aka "Just A Little Bit") Plays The Album Out In Anthemic Style And Then, Of Course, There's "Walk On Hot Coals," A Marathon Excursion That Posterity Has Decreed Gallagher's Most Popular And Accomplished Statement — A Status That Irish Tour 1974 Does Nothing To Contradict. It's Foolish Playing Favorites, However. Even More Than Gallagher's Earlier (1972) Live In Europe Album, Irish Tour 1974 Confirms Gallagher Not Simply As The Greatest Bluesman Ireland Ever Knew, But As One Of The Island's Greatest-Ever Performers. The 1999 Remaster Adds Nothing In The Way Of Bonus Material (Shame), But Greatly Improves The Sound Quality.” – Dave Thompson, All Music Guide more
Irish Tour '74
Used - LP - 2659 031
1974 UK 2LP Gatefold Original. Delicate Front Cover Has Slight Wear. Both Lps Appear Glossy, Unplayed. “The Companion Piece To Director Tony Palmer's Documentary Of The Same Name, Irish Tour 1974 Was Recorded That January In Belfast, Dublin, And Cork At A Time When Precious Few Performers — Irish Or Otherwise — Were Even Dreaming Of Touring The Trouble-Torn Island. Northern Ireland, In Particular, Was A Rock & Roll No-Go Area, But Gallagher Never Turned His Back On The Province And Was Rewarded With What History Recalls As Some Of His Best-Ever Gigs. Irish Tour 1974, In Turn, Captures Some Of His Finest Known Live Recordings And, While It's Impossible To Tell Which Songs Were Recorded Where, Across Nine In-Concert Recordings (Plus One After-Hours Jam Session, "Back On My Stompin' Ground"), The Energy Crackling From Stage To Stalls And Back Again Packs An Intensity That Few Live Albums — Gallagher's Own Others Among Them — Can Match. Highlights Of A Stunning Set Include Dramatic Takes On Muddy Waters' "I Wonder Who" And Tony Joe White's "As The Crow Flies," A Raw Acoustic Rendering That Is Nevertheless Totally Electrifying. A Frustratingly Brief Snip Of The Classic Shadows-Style "Maritime" (Aka "Just A Little Bit") Plays The Album Out In Anthemic Style And Then, Of Course, There's "Walk On Hot Coals," A Marathon Excursion That Posterity Has Decreed Gallagher's Most Popular And Accomplished Statement — A Status That Irish Tour 1974 Does Nothing To Contradict. It's Foolish Playing Favorites, However. Even More Than Gallagher's Earlier (1972) Live In Europe Album, Irish Tour 1974 Confirms Gallagher Not Simply As The Greatest Bluesman Ireland Ever Knew, But As One Of The Island's Greatest-Ever Performers. The 1999 Remaster Adds Nothing In The Way Of Bonus Material (Shame), But Greatly Improves The Sound Quality.” – Dave Thompson, All Music Guide more
Irish Tour '74
Used - LP - MP 9467/8
Rare Japanese 2LP Gatefold With Obi. more
Jinx
New - LP - SRM-1-4051
Sealed 1982 Original. Small Cut Corner. “Rory Gallagher Sounds Inspired Throughout Jinx, Gamely Leading New Drummer Brendan O'Neill And Keyboardist Bob Andrews Through The Blues-Rock Paces, Even Though The Guitarist's Personal Fortunes Were On A Downslide From Which They Would Never Recover. "Big Guns" And "Bourbon," The Album's Opening Selections Find Rory In Full Fiery Form, Tossing Out Muscular Guitar Lines And Fiery Solos With Descriptive Lyrics Catering To His Infatuation With American Gangsters. The Album Also Features Two Of His Best, And Least Known, Songs In The Spooky, Paranoid Title Track, Complete With Simmering Sax Section, Boiling Tom-Tom Drums As Well As His Own Stealthy Harmonica, And "Easy Come Easy Go," A Beautiful, Bluesy Ballad Where Rory Double Tracks His Acoustic And Electric Guitars. Gallagher's Tough Vocals Take On A New Emotional Depth Not Previously Heard, And Are Particularly Poignant Throughout. Diving Into The Blues, Lightnin' Slims' "Nothin' But The Devil," One Of The Two Songs Added For This Reissue, Is An Acoustic Solo Showpiece Revealing Gallagher's Delta Roots And Substantial Slide Abilities. Louisiana Red's "Ride On Red, Ride On" Is A Crackling Double-Time Burner With Rory Charging Through With An Appropriately Whisky-Soaked Approach And A Shimmering Electric Slide Solo. Another Extra Track, "Lonely Mile," A Finished Tune Previously Omitted Due To The Time Restrictions Of Vinyl, Is A Worthy Addition To Gallagher's Mid-Tempo Grinding Rocker Catalog.” Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Jinx
Used - LP - WWS 81498
Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Jinx
Used - LP - CHR 1359
Beautiful 1982 UK Original With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. more
Jinx
Used - LP - SRM-1-4051
1982 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Light Self Wear. LP Appears Unplayed. “Rory Gallagher Sounds Inspired Throughout Jinx, Gamely Leading New Drummer Brendan O'Neill And Keyboardist Bob Andrews Through The Blues-Rock Paces, Even Though The Guitarist's Personal Fortunes Were On A Downslide From Which They Would Never Recover. "Big Guns" And "Bourbon," The Album's Opening Selections Find Rory In Full Fiery Form, Tossing Out Muscular Guitar Lines And Fiery Solos With Descriptive Lyrics Catering To His Infatuation With American Gangsters. The Album Also Features Two Of His Best, And Least Known, Songs In The Spooky, Paranoid Title Track, Complete With Simmering Sax Section, Boiling Tom-Tom Drums As Well As His Own Stealthy Harmonica, And "Easy Come Easy Go," A Beautiful, Bluesy Ballad Where Rory Double Tracks His Acoustic And Electric Guitars. Gallagher's Tough Vocals Take On A New Emotional Depth Not Previously Heard, And Are Particularly Poignant Throughout. Diving Into The Blues, Lightnin' Slims' "Nothin' But The Devil," One Of The Two Songs Added For This Reissue, Is An Acoustic Solo Showpiece Revealing Gallagher's Delta Roots And Substantial Slide Abilities. Louisiana Red's "Ride On Red, Ride On" Is A Crackling Double-Time Burner With Rory Charging Through With An Appropriately Whisky-Soaked Approach And A Shimmering Electric Slide Solo. Another Extra Track, "Lonely Mile," A Finished Tune Previously Omitted Due To The Time Restrictions Of Vinyl, Is A Worthy Addition To Gallagher's Mid-Tempo Grinding Rocker Catalog.” Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Jinx
Used - LP - SRM-1-4051
1982 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Rory Gallagher Sounds Inspired Throughout Jinx, Gamely Leading New Drummer Brendan O'Neill And Keyboardist Bob Andrews Through The Blues-Rock Paces, Even Though The Guitarist's Personal Fortunes Were On A Downslide From Which They Would Never Recover. "Big Guns" And "Bourbon," The Album's Opening Selections Find Rory In Full Fiery Form, Tossing Out Muscular Guitar Lines And Fiery Solos With Descriptive Lyrics Catering To His Infatuation With American Gangsters. The Album Also Features Two Of His Best, And Least Known, Songs In The Spooky, Paranoid Title Track, Complete With Simmering Sax Section, Boiling Tom-Tom Drums As Well As His Own Stealthy Harmonica, And "Easy Come Easy Go," A Beautiful, Bluesy Ballad Where Rory Double Tracks His Acoustic And Electric Guitars. Gallagher's Tough Vocals Take On A New Emotional Depth Not Previously Heard, And Are Particularly Poignant Throughout. Diving Into The Blues, Lightnin' Slims' "Nothin' But The Devil," One Of The Two Songs Added For This Reissue, Is An Acoustic Solo Showpiece Revealing Gallagher's Delta Roots And Substantial Slide Abilities. Louisiana Red's "Ride On Red, Ride On" Is A Crackling Double-Time Burner With Rory Charging Through With An Appropriately Whisky-Soaked Approach And A Shimmering Electric Slide Solo. Another Extra Track, "Lonely Mile," A Finished Tune Previously Omitted Due To The Time Restrictions Of Vinyl, Is A Worthy Addition To Gallagher's Mid-Tempo Grinding Rocker Catalog.” Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Live At Montreux
Colored Vinyl - RCV063LP
Sealed, Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2011 UK 2LP Gatefold Blue Vinyl. Tracks Recorded In 1975, 1977, 1979 and 1985. more
Live!
New - LP - PD 5513
Sealed 1972 Original, CC. more
Live!
Used - LP - PD 5512
Stunning 1972 White Label Promo Still In Shrink Wrap. Recorded Live In Different Venues In Europe. Captures Rory Gallagher At His Finest, As He Tears His Way Through Many Of His Very Best Songs. more
Live!
New - LP - PD 5513
Sealed 1972 Original With Promo Sticker Under The Shrink Wrap. Likely A White Label Promo. Pristine Copy. 5 Star Rory! more
Live!
Used - LP - PD 5513
1972 Pressing In Non-Gatefold Jacket, Still In Shrink. Tiny Saw Cut. Cover Is VG+. more
Live! In Europe
Used - LP - 2383 112
Beautiful 1972 UK Red Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Appears Unplayed. Includes Smoking Versions Of "Messin' With The Kid" And "Laundromat." more
Live! In Europe
New - LP - 15935
Sealed 2007 Dutch Pressing. Jacket Is A Tad Wavy. more
Notes From San Francisco
New - LP - MOVLP 349
Sealed, Out Of Print 2011 3LP 180gm Deluxe Edition Original. The Historic, Previously Unreleased 1978 Studio Album, The Previously Unreleased 1979 Live Double Album Plus 36 Page Booklet. more
Photo Finish
Used - LP - WWS 81145
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Photo-Finish
Used - LP - CHR 1170
1978 Oriignal In Custom Inner Sleeve. CC. more
Photo-Finish
New - LP - CHR 1170
Sealed, Tough To Find 1978 Original, CC. more
Rory Gallagher
Used - LP - SD 33 368
1971 White Label Promo, WOL. more
Sinner... And Saint
New - LP - PD 6510
Sealed 1975 Compilation Of Tracks From Gallagher's First Two Albums. CC. more
Stage Struck
New - LP - CHR 1280
Sealed 1980 Original, Recorded Live. Small Cut Corner. more
Tattoo
Used - LP - PD 5539
1973 Original With Promo Sticker On Front Jacket And Promo Insert. Saw-Cut. Slight Jacket Wear, Album Appears Unplayed. “Gallagher's Work Ethic Was In High Gear As He Somehow Found Time To Write Nine More Songs In The Midst Of Non-Stop Touring For His Second Album Released In 1973. Even More Astounding Is That Far From Sounding Fatigued Or Burnt Out, His Performance Here Is Loose And Impassioned, And The Tunes Are Some Of The Best Of His Career. Lou Martin's Keyboards Are Better Integrated Into The Band, And Drummer Rod De'ath Swings And Burns With Easy Confidence. The Double Whammy Of The Album's Two Crunching Leadoff Tracks, "Tattoo'd Lady" And "Cradle Rock" Illustrate Just How Comfortable Gallagher Is With His Backing Group, And The Smooth-Rolling Unplugged Guitar And Harmonica Of "20-20 Vision" Proves That The Blues Rocker Is A More Than Adequate Delta/Folk Musician. Better Still Is The Acoustic Slide Intro To "Who's That Comin'" That Effortlessly And Discretely Eases Its Way Into A Chicago Styled, Mid-Tempo, Electric Attack. "A Million Miles Away" Pushes The Envelope Even Further With A Slow, Greasy Swamp Groove Against Which Gallagher Picks Clipped, Staccato Notes Over A Well-Oiled Rhythm Section, Thick Hammond Organ Overdubbed With Piano From Martin, And Even A Multi-Tracked Sax Section From The Guitarist.” – Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide more
Tattoo
Used - LP - PD 5539
Beautiful 1973 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. “Gallagher's Work Ethic Was In High Gear As He Somehow Found Time To Write Nine More Songs In The Midst Of Non-Stop Touring For His Second Album Released In 1973. Even More Astounding Is That Far From Sounding Fatigued Or Burnt Out, His Performance Here Is Loose And Impassioned, And The Tunes Are Some Of The Best Of His Career. Lou Martin's Keyboards Are Better Integrated Into The Band, And Drummer Rod De'ath Swings And Burns With Easy Confidence. The Double Whammy Of The Album's Two Crunching Leadoff Tracks, "Tattoo'd Lady" And "Cradle Rock" Illustrate Just How Comfortable Gallagher Is With His Backing Group, And The Smooth-Rolling Unplugged Guitar And Harmonica Of "20-20 Vision" Proves That The Blues Rocker Is A More Than Adequate Delta/Folk Musician. Better Still Is The Acoustic Slide Intro To "Who's That Comin'" That Effortlessly And Discretely Eases Its Way Into A Chicago Styled, Mid-Tempo, Electric Attack. "A Million Miles Away" Pushes The Envelope Even Further With A Slow, Greasy Swamp Groove Against Which Gallagher Picks Clipped, Staccato Notes Over A Well-Oiled Rhythm Section, Thick Hammond Organ Overdubbed With Piano From Martin, And Even A Multi-Tracked Sax Section From The Guitarist.” – Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide more
Tattoo
Used - LP - MP 2343
Stunning Japanese Housed In A Lightly Textured Jacket With Obi. Includes Custom Insert. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed.“Gallagher's Work Ethic Was In High Gear As He Somehow Found Time To Write Nine More Songs In The Midst Of Non-Stop Touring For His Second Album Released In 1973. Even More Astounding Is That Far From Sounding Fatigued Or Burnt Out, His Performance Here Is Loose And Impassioned, And The Tunes Are Some Of The Best Of His Career. Lou Martin's Keyboards Are Better Integrated Into The Band, And Drummer Rod De'ath Swings And Burns With Easy Confidence. The Double Whammy Of The Album's Two Crunching Leadoff Tracks, "Tattoo'd Lady" And "Cradle Rock" Illustrate Just How Comfortable Gallagher Is With His Backing Group, And The Smooth-Rolling Unplugged Guitar And Harmonica Of "20-20 Vision" Proves That The Blues Rocker Is A More Than Adequate Delta/Folk Musician. Better Still Is The Acoustic Slide Intro To "Who's That Comin'" That Effortlessly And Discretely Eases Its Way Into A Chicago Styled, Mid-Tempo, Electric Attack. "A Million Miles Away" Pushes The Envelope Even Further With A Slow, Greasy Swamp Groove Against Which Gallagher Picks Clipped, Staccato Notes Over A Well-Oiled Rhythm Section, Thick Hammond Organ Overdubbed With Piano From Martin, And Even A Multi-Tracked Sax Section From The Guitarist.” – Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide more
Tattoo
New Import - 5797730
Sealed 2018 Heavyweight Reissue. EU Import. Remastered From The Original 1/4" Tapes. “Gallagher's Work Ethic Was In High Gear As He Somehow Found Time To Write Nine More Songs In The Midst Of Non-Stop Touring For His Second Album Released In 1973. Even More Astounding Is That Far From Sounding Fatigued Or Burnt Out, His Performance Here Is Loose And Impassioned, And The Tunes Are Some Of The Best Of His Career. Lou Martin's Keyboards Are Better Integrated Into The Band, And Drummer Rod De'ath Swings And Burns With Easy Confidence. The Double Whammy Of The Album's Two Crunching Leadoff Tracks, "Tattoo'd Lady" And "Cradle Rock" Illustrate Just How Comfortable Gallagher Is With His Backing Group, And The Smooth-Rolling Unplugged Guitar And Harmonica Of "20-20 Vision" Proves That The Blues Rocker Is A More Than Adequate Delta/Folk Musician. Better Still Is The Acoustic Slide Intro To "Who's That Comin'" That Effortlessly And Discretely Eases Its Way Into A Chicago Styled, Mid-Tempo, Electric Attack. "A Million Miles Away" Pushes The Envelope Even Further With A Slow, Greasy Swamp Groove Against Which Gallagher Picks Clipped, Staccato Notes Over A Well-Oiled Rhythm Section, Thick Hammond Organ Overdubbed With Piano From Martin, And Even A Multi-Tracked Sax Section From The Guitarist.” – Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide more
Tattoo
Used - LP - PD 5539
1973 Original. “Gallagher's Work Ethic Was In High Gear As He Somehow Found Time To Write Nine More Songs In The Midst Of Non-Stop Touring For His Second Album Released In 1973. Even More Astounding Is That Far From Sounding Fatigued Or Burnt Out, His Performance Here Is Loose And Impassioned, And The Tunes Are Some Of The Best Of His Career. Lou Martin's Keyboards Are Better Integrated Into The Band, And Drummer Rod De'ath Swings And Burns With Easy Confidence. The Double Whammy Of The Album's Two Crunching Leadoff Tracks, "Tattoo'd Lady" And "Cradle Rock" Illustrate Just How Comfortable Gallagher Is With His Backing Group, And The Smooth-Rolling Unplugged Guitar And Harmonica Of "20-20 Vision" Proves That The Blues Rocker Is A More Than Adequate Delta/Folk Musician. Better Still Is The Acoustic Slide Intro To "Who's That Comin'" That Effortlessly And Discretely Eases Its Way Into A Chicago Styled, Mid-Tempo, Electric Attack. "A Million Miles Away" Pushes The Envelope Even Further With A Slow, Greasy Swamp Groove Against Which Gallagher Picks Clipped, Staccato Notes Over A Well-Oiled Rhythm Section, Thick Hammond Organ Overdubbed With Piano From Martin, And Even A Multi-Tracked Sax Section From The Guitarist.” – Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide more
The Story So Far
New - LP - PD 6519
Sealed 1973 Compilation. Pristine Copy. This Album Isn't About The Acoustic Side Of Rory Gallagher-It's A Cameo Of The Rory Gallagher His Fans Know Best. His Vibrant Bottleneck Playing And Dazzling Left Hand Runs. more
The Story So Far
Used - LP - PD 6519
1976 Compilation Still In Shrink, Cut Corner. Original "Your Music Plus" Price Tag Still In Tact. This Album Isn't About The Acoustic Side Of Rory Gallagher-It's A Cameo Of The Rory Gallagher His Fans Know Best. His Vibrant Bottleneck Playing And Dazzling Left Hand Runs. more
Too Much Alcohol
Used - LP - WSAVR-72908
Out Of Print, Very Limited, Numbered 2012 2LP 180gm Pink Marbled Gatefold Vinyl. Recorded Live At The Bottom Line In NYC On 11/12/1978. Since It Was The "Late Set," Hence The "Too Much Alcohol" Title. more
Top Priority
Used - LP - WWS 81261
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Top Priority
Used - LP - CHR 1235
Beautiful 1979 Blue Label Original In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Top Priority
Used - LP - CHR 1235
1979 Blue Label Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more

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