What does Rolling Stone think of Gary Moore?
Rolling Stone had no view on Gary Moore, proving even more that Americans have heard little about this outstanding artist. Here is an excerpt from their [RS] offshoot Rhapsody. Moore has always enjoyed a devout following among guitarists, from his early swashbuckling days as Thin Lizzy's lead guitarist to his many rock, Fusion, and blues solo projects. Moore's balance of technically savvy licks and raw, emotional soul keeps the fans rabid. It was Still Got the Blues (1990) that finally solidified Gary Moore's reputation as a top-flight guitarist, achieving critical and commercial success with a back to the basics approach that put Moore's fiery Blues Rock guitar front and center. Later albums continue with that approach, including After Hours (1992), which featured heavy-hitting guests including B.B. King and Albert Collins. ~ [Source Rhapsody - Jessy Terry]
Rolling Stone magazine deemed their '446th Song of all Time' was "Pressure Drop" by Toot and the Maytals. Toot and the Maytals has not appeared in The Definitive 1000 Other songs with reference to Gary Moore #905
Rolling Stone Top 500 Songs ranked this song at Number (Who is Gary Moore?) and the Album ranked at (Oh.. The guy from this Thin Lizzy .. I thought he was, uh-nvm)
This song has a Definitive 1000 rating of 77.2 out of 108