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Christy Moore

Christy Moore

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Christy Moore: Ireland In An Acid Bath

Interview by Gavin Martin, New Musical Express, 15 November 1986

The magic of old Ireland meets burning political insight in the music of CHRISTY MOORE, former Planxty/Moving Heart mainstay turned extraordinary solo man. GAVIN MARTIN ...

Christy Moore: Hammersmith Odeon

Live Review by Len Brown, New Musical Express, January 1987

WHILE OUR pubs become youth clubs (16-30s), where communication is broken by mindless muzak, and while our elders are alienated from our "social" lives, the ...

Christy Moore: Unfinished Revolution (WEA)

Review by Len Brown, New Musical Express, May 1987

SURELY CHRISTY Moore, the demi-god of Irish folk, can't have produced another masterpiece in the mould of Ride On and Ordinary Man? ...

Christy Moore: Smoke And Strong Whiskey (Newberry/All formats)

Review by Fred Dellar, New Musical Express, 4 May 1991

"WELCOME TO the cabaret", chortles Moore, as he ladles out a poteen made from pure booze, vitriol and the tears of centuries. "Your wife says, ...

Christy Moore's Great Escape

Retrospective and Interview by Mark Cooper, MOJO, October 1996

IN THE GOOD old bad old days,Christy Moore was the Brendan Behan, the Shane MacGowan, of his generation. A wild troubadour lashing out at himself ...

Christy Moore

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

b. 1946, Newbridge, County Kildare, Ireland ...

Christy Moore

Interview by David Burke, R2/Rock'n'Reel, May 2014

LOOKING BACK often means you can no longer be arsed looking forward. That you'd much rather retrace your footprints on the road behind than make ...

Christy Moore

Profile and Interview by David Burke, R2/Rock'n'Reel, July 2016

WHEN YOU THINK about it, email is only a truncated form of letter writing. The art of literary correspondence re-imagined. And every bit as revealing ...

see also Luka Bloom

see also Declan Sinnott


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