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CD Reviews
Still Dangerous: Live at Tower Theatre Philadelphia 1977
Review by Gary Hill
This is a live recording of Thin Lizzy from back in the glory days.
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DVD Reviews
Thin Lizzy - Are You Ready: Greatest Hits Live DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve always felt that Thin Lizzy was an incredible band. Certainly Phil Lynott is sorely missed. 
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Concert Reviews
Thin Lizzy - Live In Chicago, IL, April 2011
Review by Greg Olma

There have been countless discussions on whether Thin Lizzy should be out there doing tours without Phil Lynott. 


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Snowy White
Review by Bruce Stringer
Interview with Snowy White from 2013
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Rick Wakeman - & Tony Ashton Present GasTank
Review by G. W. Hill
Perhaps this three CD should go under "various artists" instead of "Rick Wakeman." Still, I think Wakeman plays on almost everything here.

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Various Artists - A Double Dose of the Blues
Review by G. W. Hill

This new double disc set features two different compilation albums. The first is a tribute to John Lee Hooker and the second is a sampling of British blues guys.


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Black Star Riders - All Hell Breaks Loose
Review by Greg Olma

It was always going to be difficult to separate this release from a Thin Lizzy release.  


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Snowy White - and Friends - After Paradise DVD
Review by Bruce Stringer
British blues legend Snowy White assembles a support cast of old friends and newer faces, pulling out tracks from his 30 year back catalogue of hit solo work and exploratory blues material.
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Snowy White - and Friends - After Paradise DVD
Review by Bruce Stringer
British blues legend Snowy White assembles a support cast of old friends and newer faces, pulling out tracks from his 30 year back catalogue of hit solo work and exploratory blues material.
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Gary Moore - and Friends - One Night In Dublin -A Tribute to Phil Lynott DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Well, first off, what can be said about Phil Lynott that hasn't been said before? The man was a musical genius, and in many ways was the heart and soul of Thin Lizzy - one of the best underrated bands of the 1970's.
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Gary Moore - Bad For You Baby
Review by Gary Hill
Gary Moore is truly one of the greats of the British school of the blues. His albums are consistently strong and this one is no exception. In fact, I’d say this is actually one of the best discs he’s produced.
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Gary Moore - Blues for Jimi
Review by G. W. Hill

Basically, this album is a live recording with Gary Moore covering tunes by Jimi Hendrix.


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Gary Moore - Blues for Jimi BluRay
Review by G. W. Hill

I’ve reviewed the audio version of this in the same issue of Music Street Journal and that addresses specific songs better than this particular review will.


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Gary Moore - Close As You Get
Review by Gary Hill
When it comes to modern blues with more than just a passing nod to the roots of the genre, Gary Moore is one of those artists who are in the upper echelon. Here he has given us a new collection of tracks that stands up with the best of his catalog.
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Brian Robertson - Diamonds and Dirt
Review by Gary Hill

Brian Robertson is best known for his work with Thin Lizzy (and a very brief stint with Motorhead), and this is his first solo album.


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Gary Moore - Essential Montreux – Live at Montreux
Review by Gary Hill
A box set made up of five CD’s from each of Gary Moore’s appearances at the Montreux Jazz Festival, this is both a massive and powerful set.
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Greg Lake - Greg Lake/Manoeuvres
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a new reissue of two older Greg Lake albums in one set. The second album includes a single bonus track, while the first has several.


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Various Artists - Hellbent for Cooking: The Heavy Metal Cookbook written by Annick
Review by Mike Korn
Ever wonder what keeps rabid metal musicians nourished while they crank out riffs and blow out speakers?

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Snowy White - Introspective DVD
Review by Bruce Stringer
This release, by Voiceprint, serves as an in depth, documentary-style analysis of legendary British blues guitarist, Snowy White. With frank interview footage, presenter Sam Boyero takes us back to the very beginning of White’s career and guides us through those corridors of history that have defined Mr. White’s impressive playing style, focusing on his days with Peter Green, Thin Lizzy, his solo career, the White Flames Band and, of course, Roger Waters and Pink Floyd.
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Gary Moore - Live at Bush Hall 2007
Review by G. W. Hill

I’ve always been a big fan of Gary Moore’s brand of rocking blues (or bluesy rock, depending on the song).


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Europe - Live at Sweden Rock
Review by G. W. Hill

I reviewed the DVD of this in the last issue of Music Street Journal.


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Europe - Live at Sweden Rock DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

First off, I have to admit that I was one American who had probably never heard anything from Europe other than “Final Countdown.”


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Snowy White and The White Flames - Live Flames
Review by Bruce Stringer
British blues legend Snowy White’s latest offering is an excellent live recording of moody, spatial music with rare a finesse and intelligence. As White’s first full-length live album (- not including the bonus The Way It Is… Live CD) it is a journey into the netherworld of modern ethereal blues with a “chill-up-your-spine” eeriness that simply draws the listener in.


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Snowy White and The White Flames - Live Flames
Review by Bruce Stringer
British blues legend Snowy White’s latest offering is an excellent live recording of moody, spatial music with rare a finesse and intelligence. As White’s first full-length live album (- not including the bonus The Way It Is… Live CD) it is a journey into the netherworld of modern ethereal blues with a “chill-up-your-spine” eeriness that simply draws the listener in.


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Snowy White - Live From London DVD
Review by Bruce Stringer
This release of British blues legend Snowy White’s 1984 UK TV appearance on DVD provides unique insight into the live performance of a session guitar hero wrestling with pop stardom.
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Black Star Riders - Live in Saint Charles, Illinois, April 2015
Review by Greg Olma

I have been a Thin Lizzy fan since the late 70s and unfortunately, I was too young to ever catch the original version live.


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Black Star Riders - Live in St Charles, Illinois, May 2014
Review by Greg Olma

A few years ago, Scott Gorham, Brian Downey, and Darren Wharton were joined by a few other players and toured as Thin Lizzy.  


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Black Star Riders - Live in Sugar Land, Texas April 2018
Review by Greg Olma

This has been the third time I have seen Black Star Riders over the years, and each time I see them, they seem to get better. 


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Greg Lake - London 81
Review by G. W. Hill

For the sake of full disclosure, with the exception of the closing piece, this album was previously released as “Live on the King Biscuit Flower Hour.”


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Glen Drover - Metalusion
Review by Gary Hill

Glen Drover is perhaps best known for his work with Megadeth and King Diamond along with his band Eidolon.


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Gary Moore - Old New Ballads Blues
Review by Gary Hill
Gary Moore is probably best known for his work in Thin Lizzy, but the truth of the matter is, that's only one side of the coin. In his solo career he is an extremely talented proponent of the British school of blues.
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Gary Moore - The Definitive Montreux Collection DVD Set
Review by Gary Hill
Gary Moore has brought his brand of rocking blues to the Montreux Jazz Festival a number of times. This killer set documents those appearances. It is a companion to the 5 CD set that was released last year.
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Gary Moore - The Gary Moore Band - Grinding Stone
Review by Scott Prinzing
With the recent passing of guitar great Gary Moore (Feb. 6, 2011), I thought it would be fitting to review something from the myriad of works released during his over-40-year recording career.

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Various Artists - This is the Blues Volume 1
Review by Gary Hill
The premise of this series is a good one. Collect a bunch of killer blues performances and put them all in one place.

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Various Artists - This is the Blues Volume 3
Review by Gary Hill
This is (as the title suggests) the third installment in a blues collection. It features a number of artists putting in blues performances.

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Various Artists - Underrated Rock Book: The 200 Most Overlooked Albums 1970-2015 written by Jim Santora, Jr.
Review by Gary Hill

The premise is simple: list 200 albums that are under-appreciated. When Jim Santora started the project he set some ground rules. 


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Colosseum II - Wardance
Review by Gary Hill

This is a new reissue of a classic album from the 1970s. The lineup here features Gary Moore on guitars, Don Airey on keyboards along with John Mole on bass and Jon Hiseman on drums.


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