Rory Gallagher - The Bullfrog Interlude mp3 album
Rory Gallagher is the first solo album by Irish blues rock musician Rory Gallagher, released in 1971. It marked his departure from Taste. He decided on two Belfast musicians; drummer Wilgar Campbell, and bass guitarist Gerry McAvoy to be the core of his new power trio band.
Title: The Bullfrog Interlude (Live 1972 ~ 73). Source: Ex+ Stereo Soundboard Recording. Lineage: Flashback Boot CD EAC FLAC. 01: Hands Up 02: What In The World 03: Walk On Hot Coals 04: Bankers Blues 05: Race The Breeze 06: Hoodoo Blues 07: Bullfrog Blues 08: Tore Down 09: Used To Be 10: The Cuckoo. Tracks 1 - 7: Recorded Live In 1973 Tracks 8 - 10: Recorded Live In 1972.
Onto his first album RORY GALLAGHER. Just one great ballad that builds to a very great solo. Terrific first album. All originals and no one was even coming close to playing as good as Rory does on this album. 6/13/1970 London, Dagenham GB Village Roundhouse 6/13/1971 Croydon GB Fairfield Hall Rory plays "Bullfrog Blues" for the first time 6/13/1974 Hull GB City Hall 6/13/1985 Boston, MA USA Paradise Theatre 6/13/1990 Dublin IRL Radio 1 6/14/1969 High Wycombe GB Town Hall 6/14/1972 Liverpool GB Stadium 6/14/1974 Nottingham.
This album was Gallagher's attempt to bootleg the bootleggers; released in 1992 it was a no-frills exercise with little production work. The three discs were recorded throughout the '70s. The first two CDs are called "Calling Hard", featuring an entire London gig from 1976/1977, as well as about 6 tracks live in 1978. The third CD is called "Bullfrog Interlude", featuring a gig for London radio to promote the then forthcoming album, "Blueprint" from February 1973 . Rory Gallagher - lin/Harmonica. Gerry McAvoy - Bass Guitar. Calling Hard Part One.
Stereo Pop Special-38 (LP, Transcription). BBC Transcription Services. 0122, Flashback 0. 0. The Bullfrog Interlude (CD, Unofficial). Flashback World Productions, Flashback World Productions. What's The Story, Rory?
A never before issued Rory Gallagher studio album from 1978 and a live show from 1979 feature in a two CD set to be released by Sony this June. Notes From San Francisco captures Gallagher in action from aborted recording session with famed American producer Elliot Mazer who worked on Neil Young’s Harvest and The Band’s swansong The Last Waltz. Mazer recalls that the sessions grew tense, as Gallagher wasn’t happy with the mixing process, describing them as too complicated, and by the end of January 1978 he shelved the whole record and broke up his band of the past 5 years.