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  1. Format: 2×CD, Year: , Label: Sony Music Media ( 2), Barcode: , Length: Release “The All Time Greatest Blues Songs” by Various Artists - MusicBrainz Log In.
  2. This second volume in the While My Guitar Gently Weeps series (two discs, 37 tracks) certainly has some guitar classics like the Allman Brothers Band's elegant "Statesboro Blues," Dire Straits' immortal guitar song about a horn band "Sultans of Swing," and Lynyrd Skynyrd's you-gotta-love-it epic "Free Bird," but it also has songs like Steve Earle's "Guitar Town," which is less about guitars.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Audio's Audiophile, Vol. 6: Best Blues Guitars - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  4. Still got the blues for you, is brilliant. For me, in the way that it speaks to you and tells a story, it outplays Clapton, Hendrix and Santana. In fact I am going to put it on the sound system right now. The whole album is great, any aspiring guitarist should have it on tap. God bless you Gary, I hope you are bringing joy where ever you are/5(84).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Still Got The Blues on Discogs.5/5(2).
  6. The main guitar is a Les Paul Standard – the same guitar I used on Still Got The Blues. I’ve had it since and I use it live a lot. It’s not pristine by any means, but it’s a really great guitar and I’ve used it on lots of albums since Still Got The Blues. In fact, “Still Got The Blues” was the first track it .
  7. Album Description. Relieved from the pressures of having to record a hit single, Gary Moore cuts loose on some blues standards as well as some newer material. Moore plays better than ever, spitting out an endless stream of fiery licks that are both technically impressive and soulful. It's no wonder Still Got the Blues was his biggest hit.
  8. Dec 08,  · Short and sweet--this is a fine set of (the late) Gary Moore's work under his own name. If his name isn't familiar, he played in Skid Row, Thin Lizzy, and in a later version of Colosseum, besides playing with many well known people like B.B. King, Paul Rodgers, and others. But later in his career he went back to playing the blues/5().

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