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  • CD (11 septembre 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN : B0000074CX
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Disque : 1

  1. Blister on the moon
  2. Leavin' blues
  3. Sugar mama
  4. Hail
  5. Born on the wrong side of time
  6. Dual carriageway pain
  7. Same old story
  8. Catfish
  9. I'm moving on

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File: RORY GALLAGHER. Debut studio album from his late 60s /early 70s 3-piece rock/blues outfit


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Par BAGRATION COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEUR le 14 juillet 2012
Format: CD
Rory Gallagher a 20 ans..Il tutoie déjà déjà des sommets connus de lui seul...Jusqu'à quel point savait-il touchait sa bille comme personne ? SEul Hendrix a fourni la réponse...Ce n'est pas une question de Top 100...C'est comme Messi...ça ne se compare pas, c'est comme cela...
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Par Mélomania COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 18 juillet 2015
Format: CD
Avant de prendre son envol en solo, avant de refuser de rejoindre les Rolling Stones aussi, Rory Gallagher fait ses débuts dans un petit trio où, déjà, sa voix, sa guitare et son écriture font des merveilles.
Forcément, époque oblige, l'influence de Cream est évidente sur le premier album de Taste mais il y a Rory qui n'est ni Eric, ni Jack mais bel et bien son propre animal, ça fait la différence. Parce que le jeune Gallagher, la petite vingtaine au moment de l'enregistrement, a déjà une forte personnalité qui n'est heureusement pas soluble dans le style, ce rock hard épris de blues électrique typique de ces finissantes années 60.
Côté chansons, il y a moult motifs de satisfaction dans cette œuvre débutante, du costaud Blister on the Moon (proto-metal, c'est le mot), qui ouvre puissamment les débats, d'une excellente reprise de Leadbelly (Leavin' Blues) à la slide décisive, d'un bel intermède acoustique tout en finesse (Hail), d'un hard-rockant et rondement mené Born on the Wrong Side of Time aux relents celtiques évidents, ou de quelques blues électriques bien sentis (Sugar Mama, Dual Carriageway Pain, Same Old Town et, surtout, le jammy Catfish), autant de preuves que Rory même s'il n'est pas encore l'artiste qu'on apprendra à connaître et à aimer, a déjà toutes les cartes dans son (beau) jeu. Comme quoi, comme le dit l'adage, aux âmes bien nées la valeur n'attend pas le nombre des années.
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HASH(0x8f93af60) étoiles sur 5 Born on the wrong side of time ... indeed. 19 décembre 2006
Par CU82 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Having no clue what I was getting when I first bought this back in the early 70's, I have to confess that I am now certainly quite biased when it comes to the music of Rory Gallagher. I'm guessing that it was the spring of 1973 or so when my parents took me shopping and I found my way to the music department and discovered a bin loaded with discounted cassette tapes. I was in my very early teens (i.e. not yet driving) and my musical knowledge was still pretty limited. What I saw in the bargain bin looked to be a collection of blues based rock bands with a few psychedelic holdovers from the late 60's: Fleetwood Mac, Cold Blood, Country Joe & The Fish, Ten Wheel Drive, and Dave Mason were the ones that I had my eye on. This would be a personal purchase made from my very limited funds so I could only afford one (even at the discounted price). The decision was made even more difficult when I dug down deeper into the bin and found Taste's first album. The cover art caught my eye so I scanned the song titles to see if I could tell what type music this cassette might contain: "Blister On The Moon", "Dual Carriageway Pain", "Hail", "Born On The Wrong Side Of Time" ... it sounded quite interesting. But, should I choose something based on a cool cover and interesting song titles instead of selecting from bands that I had at least heard (via older cousin's and friends) or heard of? Absolutely!

Fast forward 30+ years and I still hold this release in such high regard that I make sure that it is always packed in the car when I take a long trip. It is a uniquely pure-yet-raw collection of tunes. The tone and the volume/power that comes through in the band's playing on songs like "Born on the Wrong Side of Time", "Sugar Mama", "Blister on the Moon", "Same Old Story", and "Dual Carriageway Pain" are so brutally honest and emotional that to refine it for the sake of polish and precision would totally defeat the purpose. The softer (but not soft!) cuts like "Leaving Blues", "Hail", and "I'm Moving On" are pristine in comparison without sacrificing any of the emotion or grit. Richard McCracken's bass and John Wilson's drumming on "Leaving Blues" set the tempo perfectly for Rory's slide guitar bursts and their steady presence in Hank Snow's country blues/shuffle "I'm Moving On" really makes that number swing. The synchronization of Rory's playing with his vocal delivery on "Hail" is the reason that this song still rates among my favorites in all of his catalog. Similarly, Rory's sing-the-notes-he's-playing free-for-all on "Same Old Story" is another special treat. The hard rock treatment that Taste gives to the bluesy "Catfish" is, in a word, EXCEPTIONAL. There are hard rock tunes out there that don't have the kick that Taste's reworking of this blues classic has. Cactus fans, think of what that band did with Howlin' Wolf's "Evil" and you'll have a good idea of what I'm talking about.

The raw emotion and passion displayed on Taste's first release and the impressive creativity found on their second offering, "On The Boards", has seldom been matched by bands with far greater output to their credit. It is a shame that this band did not endure.
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HASH(0x8f9411c8) étoiles sur 5 Great Raw Blues Rock 26 mars 2001
Par JOHN SPOKUS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The debut of the great Rory Gallagher !! If you love his work you have to check out Taste, his first band. The recording is raw, probably live to 4 track in the studio with little if any overdubbing, and not much in the way of any real production, not unlike the first couple Groundhogs albums, both in style and recording technique. "Blister On The Moon" reminds me of something Cream would have done around the time of Disraeli Gears. Rory did all the writing with the exception of a Leadbelly cover and one other traditional blues. As always, the guitar playing smokes.
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HASH(0x8f941408) étoiles sur 5 RAW AS IT GETS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 29 mars 2012
Par jeff - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This album is one of the rawest albums I have ever heard. Every song is great on this debut my favorite though is Sugar Mama this song blew me away when I first heard it. Rory Gallaghers guitar playing is amazing even on this first album. Rory never fails to amaze me on every album I have ever heard from him. The other song I love is Catfish which is a Muddy Waters song which is called Rollin Stone. Rory tore that song up its very raw and I love the guitar playing in it. The other song that is great is Leaving Blues which is a Huddie Leadbetter aka (Leadbelly) song which his guitar playing is subperb on that song. Rory Gallagher whether he's playing in a group or solo he is one of best guitar players I have ever heard period and I really mean it. In a interview with Jimi Hendrix once they asked him how does it feel to be the best guitar player in the world and Jimi Hendrix said: I dont know go ask Rory Gallagher. Now aint that amazing I'm telling you if you have never heard Rory go and buy his albums. Where im from nobodys heard of him I think more people need to recognize him. Radio stations need to play his music which i have never ever heard Rory on the radio he needs to be in more magazines. More people need to give him props because he is just as great as Clapton,Hendrix,Page,Beck,Zappa,Guy,Bloomfield,Winter). I just don't want this legend to be forgotten because the Rock N Roll HALL OF FAME wouldnt be complete without him trust me. If you guys want to here some real Rock,Blues,Roots,Country Get into RORY GALLAGHER THANK-YOU.
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HASH(0x8f9415ac) étoiles sur 5 A major debut from the guitarist's teenaged guitarist 24 janvier 2007
Par Mr. Thomas Thatcher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Like other reviewers, I saw Rory at a festival and was hooked. It was Woburn Abbey in 1968 and we had already had our ears reamed by a quite dreadful performance by Hendrix - out of tune (horribly), out of time (woefully), perfunctory, noisy, uninspired. In fact, I wonder if the Great God was like this on stage more often than not. Anyway, on the Sunday evening on came Taste and just blew Hendrix and his foul noise away - and I was very far from the only one to think that although few would admit it today since Hendrix has been canonised.

I went to see the band at the Marquee very shortly after that (Rory, Norman Damery and Eric Kitteringham) and Rory told me that they had done a few sessions and had one single on the Irish Major Minor label - Blister on the Moon c/w Born on the Wrong Side of Time. After a long hunt I tracked it down and played it to death.

After more gigs than people realise in this line-up, Gallagher formed the band that plays on this, the first "real" Taste album. The two Major Minor tracks are repeated and show an already good feel for composition. The epic "Sugar Mama", which was a tour de force on stage and used to include Summertime and also a Chim-chiminee riff, comes off well here, very raw and basic, although recorded in the back of a Mini, I guess. "Hail" is a very odd acoustic song with wierd words, with a small quote from Bach in the instrumental section. "Leaving Blues" is good, well played and thoughtful, and shows Gallagher's love of country blues artists such as Blind Boy Fuller, Scrapper Blackwell and the composer of Polk Salad Annie, the hugely impressive Tony Joe White. Dual Carriageway Pain starts with a searing riff and a good punchy rock song follows. To avoid track listing, the whole album is a canny mix of acoustic, blues and almost rock songs that showed Rory's ability in all fields as well as pretty good support from Ritchie McKraken and John Wilson, playing a lovely snappy Rogers kit. Movin' On is a lovely country shuffle with a nice elctro acoustic solo, very well sung.

"On the Boards" followed this which was a real groundbreaker and featured the solo of solos on "What's going On?", as well as Rory's first foray into alto sax, because "nobody can make it sound how I want" he told me.

Taste is a very good debut from three young lads and shows that Rory was to become a major force, which he did. The new live DVDs available from Amazon remind us that he becaame arguably the most exciting player in a basic no effects, no pedals format. He was never ever boring and this CD is worth every penny.

Later he went on to record with Muddy in "The London Sessions" which for him was like meting God. For the record, his contributions to the album are light years ahead of all the other usual suspects. Even from the early days, Rory "got" the blues.

My son watches the DVDs all the time. He manges to resist Green Day, Yellowcard, Fall Out Boy and all these other noise merchants. There's hope.
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HASH(0x8f941984) étoiles sur 5 Raw Electric Blues Rock 16 décembre 2007
Par Brian Street - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I first saw Taste in England 1969 in a small club loved them bought this album as soon as it came out in the US. The recording is simple power trio no tricks just bare naked music if you like fluffy overmixed productions stay away you'll hear the squeak of the string as Rory plays but it works for my ears 2LP's and a CD later it is still a must have album for me. This is early work but I listen to it more than any other Taste or Rory Gallagher album that I have.
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