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G-Force (Gary Moore) - 1980 G-Force
At the end of the Thin Lizzy 'Black Rose' album and tour in 1979, Irish guitarist Gary Moore holed up in Los Angeles, and at the time decided to head out on his own musical career venture. First stop was to set up the band G-Force..

Moore, Gary - 1982 Corridors Of Power
1982 was my first foray into the world of Gary Moore. In my opinion, there isn't a weak track on this platter. Tracks that are out and out rockers, plus a couple of exquisite ballads.

Moore, Gary - 1983 Victims Of The Future
There are eight tracks onboard, and no filler in sight. We get a mix of singalong anthems with a couple of drawn out tunes that reflect a social conscience. Still, Gary's 80's albums 'Corridors Of Power', 'Run For Cover' and 'Wild Frontier' (along with this one of course) should all be in your collections. Shame if they aren't!

Moore, Gary - 1984 We Want Moore
All of the material (except two songs) are taken from his last two studio efforts; 'Victims Of The Future' and 'Corridors Of Power'. There are no one thousand overdubs here folks. It's raw energy straight out of the can.

Moore, Gary - 1985 Run For Cover
Coming into 'Run For Cover' he was riding the success of 1983's 'Victims Of The Future', his solo career providing him with more stability than his former projects.

Moore, Gary - 1987 Wild Frontier
'Wild Frontier' was a return to Moore's Irish roots, in particular some Celtic influences which came across the album in a very strong way. More so than the other albums that he had released up to that point.

Moore, Gary - 1996 Streets And Walkways: The Best Of..
Here we have a compilation which is exactly what it states. Fifteen tracks, ten from Moore's 70's excursion into fusion territory with Colosseum II and five from his solo 'Back On The Streets' solo album of 1978, highlighting Moore's dominating prowess of his chosen instrument.

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