Cry guitar, cry..
Parisienne Walkways, Gary Moore, HD Live ( http://www.agoravox.fr/tribune-libre/article/la-loi-de-moore-88814 « La loi de Moore » et http://www.agoravox.fr/tribune-libre/article/gary-moore-a-rejoint-phil-lynott-88419 « Gary Moore a rejoint Phil Lynott... les garçons ne redescendront plus en ville », articles sur AgoraVox, en hommage à Gary Moore décédé le 6 février 2011 ) Monsters Of Rock, Sheffield : Gary Moore (guitar, vocals), Cass Lewis (bass), Darrin Mooney (drums)
1982 Ballads & Blues 1994......Rest In Peace my Guitar Hero...
the best quality: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0UW1izy7Y0&feature=youtu.be http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1882254
For more info - http://www.eagle-rock.com/artist/gary-moore/#.U-jR9ThwYdU On 20 August 2005, on what would have been his 56th birthday, a statue of Phil Lynott was unveiled in Dublin's Grafton Street by his mother. There to witness the event were members of Thin Lizzy from throughout the band's career. Later that evening they joined forces under the leadership of Gary Moore for a concert that paid tribute to Phil Lynott's memory. The core band of Moore, Jethro Tull bass player Jonathan Noyce and Thin Lizzy's one and only drummer Brian Downey were joined by the stellar guitar talents of Brian Robertson, Scott Gorham and Eric Bell for a set of Lizzy and Gary Moore classics. This track is from the full concert DVD "One Night In Dublin", out now on Eagle Vision. Guess who just got back today? Those wild-eyed boys that had been away Haven't changed, haven't much to say But man, I still think those cats are great They were asking if you were around How you was, where you could be found I told them you were living downtown Driving all the old men crazy The boys are back in town You know the chick that used to dance a lot Every night she'd be on the floor shaking what she'd got Man when I tell you she was cool, she was red hot I mean she was steaming That night over at Johnny's place Well this chick got up and she slapped Johnny's face Man we just fell about the place If that chick don't want to know, forget her Friday night they'll be dressed to kill Down at Dino's bar and grill The drink will flow and blood will spill If the boys want to fight, you'd better let them That jukebox in the corner blasting out my favorite song The nights are getting warmer, it won't be long It won't be long till summer comes Now that the boys are here again
Album: Too Much Weekend goo.gl/uTzwcr Lyrics: The sky is cryin'.... Can't you see the tears roll down the street The sky is cryin'.... Can't you see the tears roll down the street I've been lookin' for my baby And I wonder where can she be I saw my baby early one morning She was walkin' on down the street I saw my baby early this morning She was walkin' on down the street You know it hurt me, hurt me so bad Made my poor heart skip a beat I've got a real real real real bad feelin' That my baby, she don't love me no more I've got a real real bad feelin' That my baby don't love me no more Well, this guy, this guy's been cryin' Can't you see the tears roll down my nose "The Sky Is Crying" is a song that has become a blues standard.It was written and recorded by Elmore James in 1959 Art Direction, Design – Peter Morada Bass – Lebron Scott Drums – Bryan Cole Engineer – Jimmy O'Neill, Sam Whiteside Graphics – Color U.S. Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals – Gary B.B. Coleman Harmonica – Jerry McCain (tracks: 5) Keyboards [Additional] – Steve McRay Mixed By – Sam Whiteside Photography By – Andrew Wilson (8) Producer – Gary B.B. Coleman Saxophone – Ted Dortch Trumpet – Ernie Baker (P) (C) 1992 Ichiban Records ------------------------------ Don's Tunes on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dondraperstunes/ Don's Tunes on Tumblr: http://donstumbs.tumblr.com/ Don's Tunes on G+: https://plus.google.com/+DonsTunesOfficial
Painter: Victor Bauer Gary Moore ~ Nothing's the same Lyrics: Another time, another place. The lonely streets where we embraced. Then you would go without a trace. Nothing's the same without you. Another day goes passing by. I sit alone and wonder why. Sometimes it's hard, but I will try to live my life without you. You're in my heart, you're in my dreams. You're everywhere or so it seems. So many times I've heard that song. Hold back the tears, pretend you're strong. Another day goes slowly by. I sit alone and wonder why. I think of you, I start to cry. Nothing's the same without you. Another time, another place. The sweetness of our last embrace. What would I give to see your face. Nothing's the same without you. Nothing's the same, nothing's the same, nothing's the same without you. (Who understands - will understand ) http://www.gary-moore.com/ ---- Thank you for visiting my channel! *** I do not own the copyrigt to the images and music on this video,and it is not profitable.It serves the purpose of entertainment and enjoyment for beautiful music.If it is necessary to remove it will be removed. THANK YOU !!!
Uploaded this just to promote the song to others. This is the best version so far, found it somewhere a long time ago, but it's not available in YouTube for some reason, so I decided to upload it :)
Gary Moore - Blues for Greeny Live (1995) A celebration of Peter Green's music recorded live at the Shepherds Bush Empire, London on the 27th April 1995. This was the release party held at the Shepherd Bush Empire. Even Peter Green showed up and went on stage for a couple of minutes, but he didn’t play. Several of the tracks are with acoustic guitar. A mix of Peter Green's stuff past and present, and some numbers from GM’s blues catalogue. Unfortunately there will not be a major tour to promote the album. Only a few festivals in Europe. Track List: [0:00] 01. World Keep On Turning [3:57] 02. I loved Another Woman [8:54] 03. Merry Go Round [15:05] 04. If You Be My Baby [22:04] 05. Long Grey Mare [25:13] 06. Need Your Love So Bad [34:01] 07. You Don't Love Me [38:55] 08. Driftin' [49:45] 09. The Same Way [52:34] 10. Since I Met You Baby [56:49] 11. Love That Burns [1:05:10] 12. Stop Messin' Around [1:12:15] 13. Showbiz Blues [1:16:30] 14. Dust My Broom [1:22:43] 15. Jumpin' At Shadows Gary Moore - guitar, vocals Tommy Eyre - keyboards, bk. vocals Andy Pyle - bass guitar Graham Walker - drums Nick Pentelow - tenor sax Nick Payn - harmonica, tn. & baritone sax
Nicely done tribute coinciding with the unveiling of a statue of Phil Lynott in Grafton Street, Dublin. The concert was filmed on the 20th August 2005 in Dublin. Eric Bell, Brian "Robbo" Robertson, Brian Downey & Scott Gorham perform w/Gary. Jonathan Noyce of Jethro Tull & Gary Moore fills in on bass guitar. Performances Gary Moore 1. "Walkin' by Myself" (not a Thin Lizzy song but an old blues standard Moore previously covered) 2. "Jailbreak" 3. "Don't Believe a Word" Gary Moore and Brian Robertson (Robbo Rulez!!!!) 4. "Emerald" 5. "Still in Love with You" (Continued on Part 2) Gary Moore and Scott Gorham 6. "Black Rose" 7. "Cowboy Song" 8. "The Boys Are Back in Town" Gary Moore and Eric Bell 9. "Whiskey in the Jar" Gary Moore 10. "Old Town" (excerpt) / "Parisienne Walkways" ("Old Town" was a song from Lynott's solo career and "Parisienne Walkways" was a Moore song which featured Lynott) Personnel Gary Moore -- lead vocals, guitars (tracks 1-10) Brian Robertson -- guitars, backing vocals (tracks 4-5) Scott Gorham -- guitars, backing vocals (tracks 6-8) Eric Bell -- guitars, backing vocals (track 9) Jonathan Noyce -- bass guitar, backing vocals (tracks 1-10) Brian Downey -- drums (tracks 1-10)