Make that definitely. Born a Belfast boy in he became something of a musical prodigy, playing a mean axe from the age of 14 on. His career flourished locally since he was a childhood friend of Phil Lynott and Brian Downey and his apprenticeship served he delighted audiences with his flamboyant style and immaculate taste in Skid Row and Thin Lizzy.
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1. Always Gonna Love You – Corridors Of Power (1982)
Wholly uncompromising in both his focus and approach to technique, he turned his hand to a number of styles before ultimately realising his dream; the transformation into a genuine blues legend. With American AOR ruling both the charts and the arenas of the world at the time, Moore was well aware of the need for a juicy hit single in the same vein. After an ear-snagging hook comes the inevitably monstrous guitar solo, the feel and dexterity of which leaves even those talented contemporaries from across the pond in the dirt. However, needs must as the devil drives and, with both Lynott and Moore desperate to rekindle their careers, they teamed up to produce a classic. Unmistakably eighties in places, Moore gets good use from his whammy bar and the solo is a lesson in restraint, holding out for as long as he can before releasing the tension with a fast-as-light run that encompasses the entire length of the neck. The arrangement became more guitar-centric over the years but this his first single remains one of his most successful releases.
This is the discography of the Northern Irish blues , heavy metal and hard rock guitarist and singer-songwriter Gary Moore. Back on the Streets. Corridors of Power. Victims of the Future. Run for Cover. After the War. After Hours.