Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour ‘74..
180g double LP - remastered from the original analog tapes.
Considered by blues rock guitarist, Joe Bonamassa, to be one of the most influential live albums of all time, “Irish Tour '74” was recorded at Belfast Ulster Hall, Dublin Carlton Cinema and Cork City Hall during the height of ‘The Troubles’. Released 21st July 1974. Irish Tour '74 has sold in excess of two million copies worldwide. Classic Rock Magazine hailed it as “easily among the best 10 live albums in the history of rock.” This 2012 remaster used the original vinyl artwork and 1/4" tapes so that they look and sound exactly as Rory intended. The reissue liner notes capture the excitement of the Belfast concert; "Two thousand people were overjoyed as Gallagher - a native of Cork, Southern Ireland - took to the Ulster Hall just 24 hours after the city had witnessed its biggest bomb blast during a night of at least 10 explosions."
|2||I Wonder Who|
|4||Too Much Alcohol|
|5||As The Crow Flies|
|6||A Million Miles Away|
|7||Walk On Hot Coals|
|8||Who's That Coming?|
|9||Back On My Stompin' Ground (After Hours)|
|10||Just A Little Bit|