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  • Audio CD (June 29, 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Virgin Records Us
  • ASIN: B000000WHC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
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Good Blues Album, really rocks!
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Albert King and Albert Collins helped to Gary Moore to make an exelent blues masterpiece, both technicaly and emotionaly well.
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Gary Moore is one of the world's best guitarists.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Ronnie Milsap on April 29, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I discovered this powerful album four years ago, and as a blues lover I was instantly impressed! Anyone who thinks Stevie Ray Vaughan is as good as it gets in the world of blues-rock needs to get their hands on this sizzling album by veteran rocker Gary Moore. Gary was a hard rock/heavy metal musician in the 70's and 80's who recorded a string of albums in that style for more than a decade. He is still overlooked and underappreciated here in America, but is a much more popular musician overseas.

In 1990, Moore decided to express his love for the blues with this album which was a departure from his usual heavy metal style. With high-voltage guitar playing, good singing, and a great set of songs, Still got the Blues is surely one of the best blues-rock albums of the 1990's. Gary is equally adept at searing uptempo rockers and passionate ballads, and great examples of both can be found here. This CD is top-notch from start to finish.

"Moving On" is a great rocker with sizzling slide guitar that kicks off the album nicely. The Albert King classic "Oh pretty woman" is next and it is another dynamic tune that features Albert playing along with Gary. "King of the Blues" is Moore's tribute song to King, and Gary also tips his hat to Stevie Ray and Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top in the song "Texas Strut". "Midnight Blues" and "As the years go passing by" are both sultry and atmospheric ballads, but the highlight of this album is the spell-binding "Still got the Blues for you". This track contains some of the most captivating guitar playing to ever be found in a modern blues song, not to mention Gary's most soulful vocal performance. It is one of those songs that reaches out and grabs your appreciation when you hear it, and it rightfully stands as his biggest hit.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Fryer on November 18, 2004
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Most people know of Gary Moore from his work with Thin Lizzy and his solo albums in the 80s (and let's not forget Skid Row-1970, Colliseum, and G-Force). Most of what he had done up to 1990 was hard rock with great lead guitar. But this album showed a side that Gary had only hinted at with songs like Parisienne Walkways and his early work with Skid Row. A good portion of the songs are covers but Gary makes each one his own. His vocals are bluesy and his lead playing is a joy to be heard. I used to listen to this album all the time during my part time job when I was in college. It helped the time go by quickly. It's very enjoyable from start to finish.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Lindajp6 on December 11, 2010
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I bought this after hearing someone play "Still Got the Blues" and did a search and found Gary Moore. I think he has to be one of the greatest guitar players ever. Reminds me so much of Jimi Hendrix (I was around during those times!). I can play this CD over and over, never get tired of it and his talent. I think that someone that is a "pure" blues lover may not take to this 100 per cent because of his rock, heavy metal influence but I think this is one of the most talented blues players to me. Such talent does not come along like this very often, one of the best.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Daniel S. Sullivan on August 11, 2009
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Gary's 1980's rock output was getting stale by the end of the decade; "After The War" sounded an awful lot like "Out In The Fields"... Gary needed a new inspiration, and found it with the blues, his first musical love back in late 60's Ireland.
Assembling a top-flight rhythm section and a kick-ass horn section, Gary-along with some famous friends-made this modern-day blues / rock masterpiece.

"Movin' On" is a Moore original that kick starts this collection, and features excellent slide guitar from Gary.
"Texas Strut" is Gary's salute to Billy Gibbons, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Albert Collins. A stompin' Texas-style shuffle, that features Gary's Fender Stratocaster being thrashed mercilessly-smokin' stuff.
"Midnight Blues" is a moody blues ballad made for when the lights are low.
"King of the Blues" is Gary's biographical tale of Albert King, and follows similar chord changes to King's "Born Under a Bad Sign".
"Still Got the Blues"-the title cut-is another wonderful ballad, which features Gary's Les Paul guitar in all it's nuances; sweet and warm during the verses, and mean and nasty during the solos. Gary's vocal on this song is especially soulful.
"Walking By Myself" is James Lane's classic shuffle that's great for foot tapping and singing along.
"As the Years Go Passing By" is a classic blues ballad done by the likes of Albert King, Otis Rush & Jimmy 'the jockey' Johnson. Gary's version shows these masters the proper respect, and at the same time, he makes it his own.
"All Your Love" is an Otis Rush classic that Gary tackles in a no-holds-barred fashion, blowing away all previous versions.
"Stop Messin'Round" is a tune by Gary's original mentor Peter Green.
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Joe Bucher on February 12, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I first heard the title track "Still Got the Blues" at 3 a.m. while on a 17 hour road trip. It immediately woke me up, and I intently listened to find out -- who is this guy? Wow, what a tune! Bought the CD as soon as I got home. Found that the rest of the album was awesome. He's since become one of my all-time favorites. While this is far from "classic blues", what is? It's simply awesome guitar work and a great new style of the blues guaranteed to attract listeners that might otherwise not bother (that aren't true blues lovers).
His rendition of "Too Tired" with legendary Albert Collins is terrific, as is his crazy blend of guitars in "Pretty Woman" with the blues giant Albert King. The fact that Gary Moore paid tribute to these two blues kings on this album and future CD's speaks well of his roots.
But, the title track "Still Got the Blues" is special. Hope he continues to do blues in his style, and should never be swayed to think that a newer, cranked-up version isn't "exceptable blues". Because this is exactly what all the past blues legends did -- they took the blues and played it their way. "Still Got the Blues" is indeed -- Gary's way!
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