Rory Gallagher - Calling Card download album
Complete your Rory Gallagher collection. Rory Gallagher – Calling Card. Style: Blues Rock, Electric Blues. Calling Card (Cass, Album, Tit). 6307 586. Rory Gallagher. Calling Card (LP, Album).
Calling Card is the eighth album by Irish singer/guitarist Rory Gallagher. A 1976 release, it was his second of four albums released on Chrysalis Records in the 1970s. Deep Purple/Rainbow bass guitarist Roger Glover co-produced with Gallagher: it was the first time that Gallagher worked with a "name" producer and the only successful such collaboration. It was also the last album Gallagher would do with Rod de'Ath (drums) and Lou Martin (keyboards).
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Rory’s eighth solo album ‘Calling Card’ was recorded during 1976 at the famed Musicland Studios in Munich. All of Rory’s previous releases had been self produced, for this album he was keen to find a producer who had an affinity with traditional rock values but who was open to new ideas. On his previous release ‘Against The Grain’ Rory had started to shift away fromt eh blues/rock sound he’d made his own, creating a harder sound.
Lyrics to "Calling Card" song by Rory Gallagher: Well the rain ain't fussy 'bout where it lands It'll find you hiding no matter where you stand It's. Well the rain ain't fussy 'bout where it lands It'll find you hiding no matter where you stand It's gonna rain brother and it's gonna rain hard When the blues comes calling with his calling card. It ain't too funny when you'd rather die Ain't no pleasure when that girl don't reply To your lovesick letter that you wrote in tears About feeling so bad for a million years. Rory Gallagher Lyrics. album: "Calling Card" (1976). 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 Public Enemy (B-Girl Version).
Even though Rory Gallagher wasn't the first white blues rock musician to become known to a wider audience as a guitar virtuoso, he managed to craft his own unique sound by blending the emotional effect of the blues with the energy of hard rock and the laid back attitude of folk. His approach to the blues became apparent from his brilliant debut and continued through each of his output
|A1||Do You Read Me||5:16|
|A5||I'll Admit You're Gone||4:24|
|B3||Edged In Blue||5:27|
|B4||Barley And Grape Rag||3:35|
- Record Company – PolyGram
- Recorded At – Musicland Studios
- Mixed At – Musicland Studios
- Copyright (c) – Chrysalis Records Ltd.
- Bass – Gerry McAvoy
- Composed By, Guitar, Vocals – Rory Gallagher
- Drums, Percussion – Rod De'Ath
- Engineer – Hans*, Mack
- Keyboards – Lou Martin
- Producer – Roger Glover
NotesLate 70's white & blue label .
First Cat No on label, 2nd on cover.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Other (Master Tape Number): MT 5677
|CHR 1124||Rory Gallagher||Calling Card (LP, Album)||Chrysalis||CHR 1124||US||1976|
|CHR 1124||Rory Gallagher||Calling Card (LP, Album, RE)||Chrysalis||CHR 1124||Spain||1982|
|6307 586, 6307586||Rory Gallagher||Calling Card (LP, Album)||Chrysalis, Chrysalis||6307 586, 6307586||Greece||1977|
|6307 586||Rory Gallagher||Calling Card (LP, Album)||Chrysalis||6307 586||Germany||1976|
|ESSCD 143, none||Rory Gallagher||Calling Card (CD, Album, RE)||Essential, Capo||ESSCD 143, none||France||1991|