Rory Gallagher - Tattoo (1973/2000) [Blues Rock]; APE (image+.cue)

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Rory Gallagher - Tattoo (1973/2000) [Blues Rock]; APE (image+.cue)

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Artist: Rory Gallagher
Album: Tattoo
Genre: Blues Rock
Label: Polydor
Released: 1973/2000
Quality: APE (image+.cue)
Tracklist:
  1. Tattoo'd Lady
  2. Cradle Rock
  3. 20/20 Vision
  4. They Don't Make Them Like You Anymore
  5. Livin' Like A Trucker
  6. Sleep On A Clothes-Line
  7. Who's That Coming
  8. A Million Miles Away
  9. Admit It

    Bonus Tracks:
  10. Tucson, Arizona
  11. Just A Little Bit

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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. Lou Martin's keyboards are better integrated into the band, and drummer Rod de'Ath swings and burns with easy confidence. The double whammy of the album's two crunching leadoff tracks, "Tattoo'd Lady" and "Cradle Rock" illustrate just how comfortable Gallagher is with his backing group, and the smooth-rolling unplugged guitar and harmonica of "20-20 Vision" proves that the blues rocker is a more than adequate Delta/folk musician. Better still is the acoustic slide intro to "Who's that Comin'" that effortlessly and discretely eases its way into a Chicago styled, mid-tempo, electric attack. "A Million Miles Away" pushes the envelope even further with a slow, greasy swamp groove against which Gallagher picks clipped, staccato notes over a well-oiled rhythm section, thick Hammond organ overdubbed with piano from Martin, and even a multi-tracked sax section from the guitarist. The 2000 reissue adds "Tuscon, Arizona" an unusual acoustic waltz-time country Link Wray cover, and a seemingly unrehearsed driving version of the blues standard "Just a Little Bit" that runs almost eight minutes, and is interesting for about half that. Short but informational track-by-track liner notes from Gallagher's brother Donal and crisp remastered sound makes this an essential purchase for established fans and an excellent place to start for new Rory Gallagher listeners.

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