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Ian Paice with Gary Moore


Could someone tell me witch Gary Moore LP had the excellent drumming of Ian Paice on it. An ex-associate of mine had the album and it was easily the best Gary Moore album and I would appreciate some input. emoticon
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"Corridors of Power" has Paice on almot all of the tracks, and the "Rockin' Every Night - Live In Japan" album features Paice and Airey. You will also find Paice playing on about half of "Victims of the Future" and "We Want Moore" (another live one). Also worth noting that Glenn Hughes plays and sings on a number of tracks from "Run For Cover".

I have slowly been picking up the Gary Moore remasters - I didn't bother getting most of the rock albums on CD the first time around, so it's been nice to get back to them.
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Thank you BTH
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Let me add if I may here:
This album was a [sign in to see URL] one
(rock billboard)for a brief time,one or two weeks I seem to remember,making Ian Paice the only
ex Deep Purple member post 1976 to be involved in a number one record in America. emoticon

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"Corridors of Power" definitely!
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quote:

Gillans micstand wrote:

Let me add if I may here:
This album was a [sign in to see URL] one
(rock billboard)for a brief time,one or two weeks I seem to remember,making Ian Paice the only
ex Deep Purple member post 1976 to be involved in a number one record in America. emoticon



???

Huh???

#1??!!?

Gary Moore??!?

Definately have NO recall of that...



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Corridors of Power kicks butt. I love that album. The End of the World is a great song and the album contains many other ass-kicking tunes!!
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Pony,
where were you in 1982???
If you read closely I said it was "brief"
one or two weeks topps on the U.S. Billboard "rock charts".
Around the same time Rainbow SBTE had reached as high as the number two spot"briefly",surrounded by Van Halen,Asia and Scorpions releases at that time,all running very close to one another for months.
I'm sure someone will do the research here if they adement enough in their disagreement. emoticon
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Pony,
where were you in 1982???
If you read closely I said it was "brief"
one or two weeks topps on the U.S. Billboard "rock charts".
Around the same time Rainbow SBTE had reached as high as the number two spot"briefly",surrounded by Van Halen,Asia and Scorpions releases at that time,all running very close to one another for months.
I'm sure someone will do the research here if they adement enough in their disagreement. emoticon


 I can remember Gary Moore being very popular at the time, enough for me to buy it anyway. As for it's chart position, I never looked at charts.



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I remember Paicey with Gary Moore on "Rockschool" doing "The end of the world" I can't believe that song has'nt been used in any disaster movie soundtrack as far as I know,it would suit a spoof movie in the same vain as "Mars Attacks". emoticon
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