GARY MOORE Tribute Album: Listen To 'Still Got The Blues (For You)' Featuring JOHN SYKES, DON AIREY, BOB DAISLEY

GARY MOORE Tribute Album: Listen To 'Still Got The Blues (For You)' Featuring JOHN SYKES, DON AIREY, BOB DAISLEY

The song "Still Got The Blues (For You)" from the upcoming tribute album dedicated to legendary guitarist Gary Moore can be streamed below. The track features Danny Bowes on vocals, John Sykes on guitar, Don Airey on keyboards, Bob Daisley on bass and Rob Grosser on drums.

Due on October 26 via earMUSIC, "Moore Blues for Gary - A Tribute To Gary Moore" is the brainchild of Bob Daisley, who had played bass with Gary since the early eighties.

The sky was crying when Moore passed away on February 6, 2011. From THIN LIZZY to COLOSSEUM II, together with his solo hits "Parisienne Walkways" and "Out In The Fields", Gary influenced a whole generation of guitar players and guitar playing.

Daisley is known for suggesting to Gary that he should make a blues album — the rest is history. "Still Got The Blues" was an immense hit, followed by a series of classic modern blues albums. Bob, also known for his contributions to RAINBOW and OZZY OSBOURNE, was the driving force behind "Moore Blues For Gary".

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"In my opinion, Gary was one of the best guitarists who ever lived," says Bob Daisley. "It was an honor for me to have worked with him and to have known him so well.

"When Gary passed away in 2011, the world lost one of the all-time greats. I don't think that enough was said or done at the time to acknowledge the loss of such a great player so I took it upon myself to pay personal tribute to the man and record some new versions of his music, mostly from his blues catalog.

"I asked many members of the Gary Moore family tree, and some other great players, to contribute to the project. The response was not only encouraging but very moving. It seems that the name Gary Moore is also synonymous with the words 'respect', 'honour' and 'greatness.'

"I didn't set out to recreate anything that Gary had done, or to compete in any way. These arrangements and performances represent a 'hats off' to Gary and nothing more.

"Long live the memory of Robert William Gary Moore. Yes, he was another 'Bob' — something that I wasn't aware of for all of those years that I worked with him.

"I feel such gratitude towards the people who contributed to this album and I'm honored to have worked with them all."

John Sykes (ex-THIN LIZZY, WHITESNAKE) makes a triumphant return after a long absence with an uber-emotional rendition of "Still Got The Blues", with the soulful vocals by Daniel Bowes (THUNDER) complementing each other.

"Parisienne Walkways" is played by Steve Morse (DEEP PURPLE, DIXIE DREGS) and Ricky Warwick (THIN LIZZY, BLACK STAR RIDERS, THE ALMIGHTY), with the unlikely pair resulting in a miraculous chemistry.

Gary's friends are here — his rocking keyboard / guitar / vocal sidekick Neil Carter sings "Empty Rooms", which he co-wrote with Gary. Don Airey (DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW) and Glenn Hughes (DEEP PURPLE) had joined forces with Gary on numerous occasions, together with Eric Singer (KISS) and Darrin Mooney (PRIMAL SCREAM). Brush Shiels, the leader of Gary's first professional band SKID ROW, also makes an appearance.

Doug Aldrich (WHITESNAKE, DIO), Steve Lukather (TOTO), Joe Lynn Turner (RAINBOW), Jeff Watson (NIGHT RANGER), Damon Johnson (BLACK STAR RIDERS, ALICE COOPER) and Stan Webb (CHICKEN SHACK) also unsparingly pour all their emotions to show their appreciation to Gary.

Gary's sons Jack and Gus are also involved, playing guitar and singing on "This One's For You", showing that the "Blood Of Emeralds" still runs their veins.

During his blues days, Gary made two albums to thank the guitarists that made him who he was: "Blues For Greeny" for Peter Green of FLEETWOOD MAC, and "Blues For Jimi" for Jimi Hendrix. Now, this is his turn to be rewarded with an album full of love and respect. We still got the blues for you.

"Moore Blues for Gary - A Tribute To Gary Moore" track listing and personnel details:

01. That's Why I Play The Blues

Vocals - Jon C. Butler
Guitars - Tim Gaze
Bass Guitar - Bob Daisley
Drums - Rob Grosser
Keyboards - Clayton Doley

02. The Blues Just Got Sadder

Vocals - Joe Lynn Turner
Lead Guitar - Steve Lukather
Rhythm Guitar And Slide Guitar – Tim Gaze
Bass Guitar - Bob Daisley
Drums - Rob Grosser
Keyboards - Clayton Doley

03. Empty Rooms

Lead Vocal, Keyboards – Neil Carter
Bass Guitar, Harmonica, Backing Vocals – Bob Daisley
Drums - Rob Grosser
Guitars - Illya Szwec
Backing Vocals - Rosanna Daisley

04. Still Got The Blues (For You)

Vocals - Danny Bowes
Guitars - John Sykes
Keyboards - Don Airey
Bass Guitar - Bob Daisley
Drums - Rob Grosser

05. Texas Strut

Vocals - Brush Shiels
Bass Guitar - Bob Daisley
Guitars - Tim Gaze
Drums - Rob Grosser

06. Nothing's The Same

Vocals - Glenn Hughes
Fretless Acoustic Bass – Bob Daisley
Cello - Ana Lenchantin
Guitars - Luis Maldonado

07. The Loner

Guitars - Doug Aldrich
Drums - Eric Singer
Bass Guitar - Bob Daisley
Keyboards - Don Airey

08. Torn Inside

Vocals, Lead Guitar – Stan Webb
Bass Guitar, Riff Guitar – Bob Daisley
Drums - Darrin Mooney
Keyboards - Lachlan Doley

09. Don't Believe A Word

Vocals, Lead Guitar – Damon Johnson
Bass Guitar - Bob Daisley
Drums - Rob Grosser
Rhythm Guitar - Illya Szwec

10. Story Of The Blues

Lead Vocal - Jon C. Butler
Bass Guitar, Riff Guitar, Backing Vocals – Bob Daisley
Lead And Rhythm Guitar – Tim Gaze
Drums - Rob Grosser
Keyboards - Lachlan Doley
Backing Vocals - Rosanna Daisley

11. This One's For You

Vocals - Gus Moore
Lead Guitar - Jack Moore
Bass Guitar - Bob Daisley
Drums - Rob Grosser
Rhythm Guitar - Illya Szwec

12. Power Of The Blues

Vocals - Joe Lynn Turner
Lead Guitar - Jeff Watson
Bass Guitar, Riff Guitar – Bob Daisley
Drums - Darrin Mooney
Rhythm Guitar - Illya Szwec

13. Parisienne Walkways

Guitars - Steve Morse
Vocals - Ricky Warwick
Bass Guitar - Bob Daisley
Drums - Rob Grosser
Keyboards - Clayton Doley

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