in Hard Rock Taste – What’s Going On June 19, 2009, 12:19 pm 2k Views 39 Comments Composición incluida en el álbum “On The Boards” (1970) de Taste. Taste – What’s Going On source Add to FavouritesAdd to Collection Rory GallagherTaste See more Previous article Metallica – Whiskey In The Jar + Lyrics Next article Steppenwolf- Don’t Step on the Grass, Sam 39 Comments Leave a Reply Please support the petition to RENAME CORK AIRPORT after RORY GALLAGHER…thank you! / Here's the petition link: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/Rename-Cork-Airport-after-Rory-Gallagher Reply One of the best album ever made !!! Reply Belfast 1968 ! Reply very good!!! Reply Facemelting solo.. 😀 0:58 Reply One of my first heavy metal albums, had to save up the pennies in those days. Reply My favourite white Bluesman ever, the incomparable Rory Gallagher. This amazing album was taken down in Australia, so wonderful to see it back, many thanks. Reply THE BEST. ♥Rory♥ Reply good Reply >Rory..forever…sure… Reply LOVE always to Rory and Donal.But never forget about Belfast and my friend @ school, Carol Clerk, who had ambitions to marry Rory.For now, please, as artists and musicians, sign a Petition for last week's Reffo to be OVERTURNED!xxxMaureen Redmond,L.R.A.M. Reply RORYYYYYYYY!! Rocks. Reply Although this in my mind is not heavy metal, it is definetly on my list of bands that forwarded the genre of proto-metal. This is blues, and heavy at best- a blueprint for metal in general.Taste has a classic heavy blues approach that is so awesome. Reply BELFAST 1968–1969 the best of times Reply I always listen it on Virgin Radio😍 Reply WOAH!!! STILL FANTASTIC – ACID – 1970 – STRAT – BLUES – SAW YOU TWICE IN BRUM – MISS YOU & THE TIME WE WERE ONE ON EARTH. Reply MASTERpiece of MASTERhand Reply It never sounds outdated or old. Always fresh. Progressive. Like it is happening Now. You listen to other bands from that era, and they sound somewhat outdated. Typical of the era. Which is also a good thing. Still, Gallagher plays the most natural sounding guitar ever. Reply Unlike Hendrix, who often relied on pedals and effects, distortion and overdrive, Gallagher never did. He managed to muster that on his own, independently. Guitar and amp. Or strictly "raw" and pure. Yet, refined. Bold. Adjusting his guitar. Or customizing. Reply Uriah Heep used this riff for 'Magician's Birthday'. Reply Glückliche Zeiten. A Million Miles Away, leider. Reply When is Ireland going to decide to rename the national apt into "The Rory Gallagher Int'l Airport" ?This genius deserves it more than anyone damned. Reply Exagerado Reply No'one Comes close, seen him twice, the most gifted player there has ever been or ever will be! Reply Rory Gallagher was the best lead ever! I tried to play his numbers in my teens but, could never attempt his solo middle leads! I first saw him on the local TV news prog in Manchester & was amazed by his speed & dexterity! Incomparable! I later went into acting! Well I couldn't match Rory on the fretboard! LOL! Would love a copy of his Taste appearance on that news prog! Reply This was released in U.S. and reviewed quite positively in Rolling Stone back when… Reply : TasteAlbum: On the BoardsData di uscita: 1970 Reply This is a soft rock / Blues Rock song in what i can hear, the vocals aren't that good but the guitar riffs is what makes the song. Reply What's Going On? Reply what's going on ? we miss musicians like you Rory , thats what's going on these days. so come back asap. Reply One of my first ever albums… great stuff Reply One of his best solos EVER! Reply What's going on ?Can you correct my vision ?Helping my decision ? What's going on ?If you know what I'm meaningYou won't find me kneeling. Should I be standing on a chair ?My hands are waving in the airYou know as well as I do nowI'm going to get to you somehow. What's going on ?Everyone acts crazyYes or no means maybe. What's going on ?Could you correct my vision ?Helping my decision ? Reply Rory is/was THE DOG'S BOLLOCKS! The Don of Dons of Guitar Players for sure! Reply prodige Reply Could well have been Blackmores replacement in Deep Purple after Stormbringer, had Coverdale got his way. Reply Saw this performed live on the TV in 1969. Wonderful. Reply Genius at work Reply One of the most underrated guitar solos ever in my opinion. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!