Monday, May 4, 2009

Video Gold:-->Gary Moore




"All men are equal
'til the victory is won.
No color or religion
ever stopped the bullet from a gun."
-->Gary Moore<--


Gary Moore has been unfairly flying under the RnR radar.

Hooking up with different bands since the early 70's....along with his continuing killer solo work...I finally climbed on board the GM wagon during his stint with Thin Lizzy. Most notably on the awesome..."Black Rose" (1979).
Lately, I've been snacking on some of Moore's solo soup...and highly recommend most of it.

The wickedly lost gem..."Out In The Fields"...was released on the blistering "Run For Cover" (1985).
Especially choice...Phil Lynott adds guest vocals and some of his throwdown bass that always seems to bring out the best musically in Moore.

The video...unfortunately...reeks of that early 80's cheesiness...but fughetabutit...the music is screwdriver tight.

Sadly, this is one of the very few recordings made by Phil Lynott before his tragic death on January 4, 1986.

Check it out! Gary Moore (w Phil Lynott) --"Out In The Fields"

It doesn't matter
If you're wrong or if you're right
It makes no difference
If you're black or if you're white
All men are equal

Till the victory is won
No color or religion
Ever stopped the bullet from a gun

Out in the fields

The fighting has begun
Out on the streets
They're falling one by one
Out from the skies
A thousand more will die each day
Death is just a heartbeat away

It doesn't matter

If you're left or to the right
Don't try to hide behind the cause
They want to fight
There'll be no prisoners taken
When the day is done
No flag, no uniform
Ever stopped the bullet from a gun
Out in the fields
The fighting has begun
Out on the streets
They're falling one by one
Out from the skies
A thousand more will die each day
Death is just a heartbeat away

There's no communication

No one to take the blame
The cries of every nation
They're falling on deaf ears again
A thousand more will die each day
OUT!

Pick up some Gary Moore.
Good Stuff.

Casey

1 comment:

Steve Harkonnen said...

Yet another good music blog here. Nice work, just stopping by, picked you up from the chipshop blogger.