Our Top Ten

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Everyone has their own favorite track by Rory Gallagher.

Here is our Top Ten, let us know what you think!

“A Million Miles Away”: This bluesy track from the “Wheels Within Wheels” album showcases Gallagher’s soulful guitar playing and heartfelt vocals.

“Tattoo’d Lady”: One of Gallagher’s most recognizable hits, “Tattoo’d Lady” features catchy riffs and lyrics that showcase Gallagher’s rock ‘n’ roll sensibility.

“Shadow Play”: A standout track from the “Photo-Finish” album, “Shadow Play” features Gallagher’s signature guitar work and haunting lyrics that explore themes of loneliness and isolation.

“Bad Penny”: With its driving beat and blistering guitar solos, “Bad Penny” is a high-energy rocker that showcases Gallagher’s virtuosic talent.

“I Fall Apart”: This emotional ballad from the “Blueprint” album features Gallagher’s raw, passionate vocals and understated guitar work, making for a powerful and moving listening experience.

“Cradle Rock”: An early standout from Gallagher’s self-titled debut album, “Cradle Rock” is a bluesy number that showcases Gallagher’s skillful guitar playing and powerful voice.

“Walk On Hot Coals”: Another standout track from “Blueprint,” “Walk On Hot Coals” features a funky, upbeat rhythm and Gallagher’s electrifying guitar work.

“Moonchild”: With its dreamy, psychedelic sound and haunting lyrics, “Moonchild” is a standout track from the “Calling Card” album that showcases Gallagher’s versatility as a songwriter.

“Philby”: This hard-hitting rocker from “Top Priority” features Gallagher’s signature guitar sound and politically charged lyrics that explore themes of espionage and betrayal.

“Do You Read Me?”: A catchy, upbeat track from the “Blueprint” album, “Do You Read Me?” features Gallagher’s bluesy guitar riffs and catchy lyrics that will have you tapping your foot and singing along.

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