9 thoughts on “ Ill Admit Youre Gone - Rory Gallagher - Calling Card (8-Track Cartridge) ”

  1. I'll Admit You're Gone Lyrics: I'll admit you're gone - when I think I'm able / Just like in that song, you turned all the tables / Now I know I'm wrong, life is hard to shoulder / I won't last.
  2. I'll admit you're gone - when I think I'm able, Just like in that song, you turned all the tables, Now I know I'm wrong, life is hard to shoulder, I won't last too long, each day is getting colder. Falling constantly, shadows haunting me, Moving silently, day by day, Watching hopefully, waiting anxiously, That you might hear me, someday.
  3. Stand out cuts are the title track, Calling Card and Country Mile. Two bonus tracks help out in making this a great studio effort of Rory at his peak. As mentioned in the liner notes, sadly this would be the last album with Rory's amazing band, Gerry McAvoy on bass, Lou /5().
  4. Mar 16,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Calling Card on Discogs.
  5. There are two artists named Rory Gallagher: (1) Rory Gallagher () was a legendary Irish blues/rock guitarist, born in Ballyshannon, County Donegal, and raised in County Cork. He is regularly credited as one of the most influential Irish rock and blues musicians of all time. Before finding solo fame he was a member of blues-rock band Taste.
  6. Gallagher's second album for Chrysalis -- and last with his longstanding trio of Lou Martin (keyboards), Rod De'Ath (drums) and Gerry McAvoy (bass) -- was a milestone in his career. Although Calling Card was produced by Deep Purple bassist Roger Glover and not surprisingly contained some of his most powerfully driving rockers, tracks like the acoustic "Barley & Grape Rag" and the jazzy 9/
  7. Capo/CASTLE CLACD Capo/RCA CAPO ROD DeATH: BATERIA LOU MARTIN: PIANO GERRY McAVOY: BAJO DO YOU READ ME COUNTRY MILE MOONCHILD CALLING CARD I´LL ADMIT YOU´RE GONE SECRET AGENT JACK-KNIFE BEAT EDGED IN BLUE BARLEY AND GRAPE RAG RUE THE DAY -En el RCA PUBLIC ENEMY/alt.-En.
  8. Label: Chrysalis - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress Blue/White Labels • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Electric Blues.
  9. When the blues comes calling with his calling card It ain't too funny when you'd rather die Rory Gallagher Lyrics. album: "Calling Card" () Do You Read Me. Country Mile. Moonchild. Calling Card. I'll Admit You're Gone. Secret Agent. Jackknife Beat. Edged In Blue. Barley And Grape Rag. Rue The Day (Bonus Track) Public Enemy (B-Girl.

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