Rory Gallagher - Tattoo mp3 album
Tattoo is the fifth album released by Rory Gallagher. It demonstrated Gallagher's eclectic range of musical influences starting with the blues and adding elements from jazz, folk, and country. Tattoo showcased the skill of Gallagher and his band across a number of genres from Delta and Chicago blues, the jazz-influenced "They Don't Make Them Like You Anymore" and blues-rock tracks such as "Tattoo'd Lady"
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.
Cardboard sleeve (mini LP) reissue from Rory Gallagher featuring remastering. Part of a fourteen-album Rory Gallagher Cardboard sleeve (mini LP) reissue series featuring the albums "Live In Europe," "Irish Tour," "Stage Struck," "Rory Gallagher," "Deuce," "Blueprint," "Tatoo," "Against The Grain," "Calling Card," "Photo-Finish," "Top Priority," "Jinx," "Defender," and Fresh Evidence.
1. Tattoo'd Lady Lyrics. 2. Cradle Rock Lyrics.
Tattoo is the fifth studio album released by Rory Gallagher. It is a live album compiled from performances during Gallagher's Irish Tour in January 1974. The source concerts were recorded at Belfast Ulster Hall, Dublin Carlton Cinema and Cork City Hall using Ronnie Lane's Mobile Studio.
Rory's album 'Defender' was released on this day in 1987. Of all my albums, ‘Defender’’s my absolute favourite, purely because it was blood on the tracks. That album had to be done without any help or assistance. It's the usual Barry Manilow quote, I really put a lot of myself into the album. It's not going to change the world, it says what it means and it means what it says. If I retired from the stage tomorrow I think ‘Defender’ would stand up as, at least, a semi-important album, in years to come.
Tattoo is the fifth album released by Rory Gallagher. Tattoo showcased the skill of Gallagher and his band across a number of genres from Delta and Chicago blues, the jazz-influenced "They Don't Make Them Like You Anymore" and blues-rock tracks such as "Tattoo'd Lady".
|A4||They Don't Make Them Like You Anymore||4:04|
|A5||Livin' Like A Trucker||4:20|
|B1||Sleep On A Clothes-Line||5:13|
|B2||Who's That Coming||7:12|
|B3||A Million Miles Away||6:54|
- Manufactured By – Polydor Ltd.
- Distributed By – Polydor Ltd.
- Artwork – Ian Murray , Robin Lawrie
- Bass – Gerry McAvoy
- Drums, Percussion – Rod De'Ath
- Engineer – Carlos Olms
- Engineer [Re-mix] – Robin Sylvester
- Keyboards – Lou Martin
- Producer, Written-By – Rory Gallagher
|2383-230||Rory Gallagher||Tattoo (LP, Album)||Polydor||2383-230||UK||1973|
|2442 122||Rory Gallagher||Tattoo (LP, Album)||Polydor||2442 122||France||1973|
|5797728||Rory Gallagher||Tattoo (CD, Album, RE, RM)||UMC||5797728||UK & Europe||2018|
|2383 230||Rory Gallagher||Tattoo (LP, Album)||Polydor||2383 230||New Zealand||1973|
|L 37317||Rory Gallagher||Tattoo (LP, Album, RE)||Chrysalis||L 37317||New Zealand||1980|