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Unofficial Releases Mostly poor sound quality, but occassionally really good - let's get your reviews and recommendations on what's available out there.

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Old Sep-30-2004, 6:01 AM
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Arrow Gary Moore

Am i right in thinking that at the moment their is no chance of Glenn and Gary Moore doing something together again? The Run For Cover project was one of the better efforts from the 80s by Glenn in my opinion.

Here is a demo that purports to be from that session, called Fighting. (i think it sound more like Dokken and Glenn)
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Old Sep-30-2004, 6:38 AM
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Glenn and Gary buried the hatchet a couple of years ago, and Glenn once told me that he'd consider working with Gary again if Gary approached him, but nothing has happened so far.
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Old Sep-30-2004, 1:38 PM
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hi there,
while the demo here is definitely mid-80s material, this is not Gary Moore on guitar, never!
Guitar sound and playing technique are too different from Gary's. Sounds more like an American or at least America-influenced guitar player.
Comments? Anyone else?
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Old Sep-30-2004, 5:26 PM
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Frankly, (now don't throw anything at me) I own several of Gary Moore's projects and my overall feeling is that he is overrated....similar to Bernie Torme being very underrated............Hmmmmm...how about a Bernie & Glenn collaboration?

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Old Sep-30-2004, 9:32 PM
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Speaking of Gary Moore, I happen to know that somebody whom I cant' yet mention has re-recorded a Gary Moore song and it is quite good. As soon as I have the go ahead, I will fill you guys in.

Frank B.
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Old Oct-01-2004, 1:12 AM
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If the song in question is "Still Got The Blues", then the information is already available online.

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Old Oct-01-2004, 10:57 AM
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Let's see...it's not Primal Fear's version of "Out in the Fields"...it's not Riot's version of "Out in the Fields"....is it Craig Erickson's version of a song I won't name? Or Chris Poland's version of another I shouldn't name? Am I getting warmer?

WT
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Old Oct-01-2004, 4:03 PM
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Hmm....could it be Heart doing their version of Still Got The Blues ?? Is that the winning horse??

C'mon, tell me what I won...a year's supply of Rice-A-Roni?? A truckload of Scooter Pies?? A brand new Chrysler Cordoba.....with the fine Corinthian leather??

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Old Oct-06-2004, 1:12 AM
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There's someone a bit closer to Glenn who has recorded a version of Still Got The Blues.

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John
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Old Oct-06-2004, 11:43 PM
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Here's the info and I've heard both tracks, which are great.

Black Star Records, the new label run by Heaven & Earth's Stuart Smith and Richie Onori, has announced that they have signed a distribution deal for the U.S. with Burnside Distribution and will be re-releasing the first Heaven & Earth CD with 2 previously unheard bonus tracks. The first song Life on the Line, which was written by Joe Lynn Turner, Bobby Held and Stuart Smith, was recorded back in 1997 during the original Heaven & Earth sessions and has been updated to feature Toto's Bobby Kimball on vocals. The other song is a remake of Gary Moore's Still Got The Blues, which features Joe Lynn Turner giving one of the best performances of his career. The CD will be in stores across the States on November 2nd and be available from the band's web site: www.stuartsmith.com. For fans that already have this CD and just want the new tracks, they will be available on iTunes, Napster and MusicMatch.

Frank B.
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Yep - that's the one I meant

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Old Oct-07-2004, 4:39 PM
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Hey guys,

Sounds cool...will have to add this to my shopping list!

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Bill "Capt. Midnite" Redford
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