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Gary Moore Goes Back to the Blues

Ian Fortnam,, 1999

CURIOUSLY UNDERVALUED, and rarely lauded in similarly hushed tones to the likes of Clapton, Beck and Page, Belfast-born Gary Moore is unequivocally one of the finest guitarists that these islands have ever produced; and when working in the blues idiom he's virtually untouchable. On the eve of the release of his latest collection Back To The Blues, Gary is casually perched on a sumptuous sofa in his Chelsea Harbour hotel suite and considering once more his illustrious fretboard career.

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