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Running From The Storm - Gary Moore - After The War (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Apr 02,  · 8 videos Play all Gary Moore - After The War [] [Full Album] SAPPHIREGAWD Gary Moore - Murder In The Skies (Full Version) - Duration: porcupine68 62, views.
  2. Gary Moore 's release, After the War features a return to the metal guitar riffing of his '80s records ("Speak for Yourself" and "Running from the Storm"), while continuing to explore more conventional pop dynamics with mixed results.
  3. out of 5 stars Gary's last "metal" album. Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 's AFTER THE WAR was Gary Moore's last hard / metal album, before he was "Born again" in blues and released his most succesfull album ever, STILL GOT THE BLUES.4/5(3).
  4. Poohkali Jan 08 Wild Frontier () is by far the best Gary Moore album, but After the War doesn't leave much behind. Almost all of the songs are instant hits, my favorite songs being "Blood of Emeralds", "Running From the Storm", "Speak for Yourself" and the title track. The only song I had a bit trouble with at first was the instrumental "The Messiah Will Come Again", because it's a blues song .
  5. Running From the Storm. This song is by Gary Moore and appears on the album After the War (). The wind is up. And the sky is falling.
  6. Pos. Title Duration; A1: After The War: A2: Speak For Yourself: A3: Livin’ On Dreams: A4: Led Clones: B1: Running From The Storm: B2: This Thing Called Love: B3.
  7. After the War is the seventh solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in Like its predecessor Wild Frontier, After the War contains elements of Celtic dawynsternfirenalmehuginn.xyzinfo instrumental "Dunluce" is named after Dunluce Castle in Northern Ireland.. On "Led Clones", Ozzy Osbourne – with whom Moore had worked before the singer united with Randy Rhoads – shares lead vocals.
  8. Gary Moore's release, After the War features a return to the metal guitar riffing of his 80's records ("Speak for Yourself" and "Running From The Storm"), while continuing to explore more conventional pop dynamics with mixed results - it works great on "Ready to Love." Also, after dedicating his last album to fallen childhood friend and musical partner in crime, Philip Lynott, Moore Price: $

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