Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by pumba, Feb 6, 2011.
The link doesn't work.
Sorry, but I guess its on the news everywhere.
Try this one
Thanks gen. I had no idea who he was.
He was one of the greatest guitarists. His music has been used in FS, too-. R.I.P.
ITA! I thought it was this guy
One of my favorite songs ever "Still Got the Blues": http://ilike.myspacecdn.com/play#Ga...184.108.40.206,std_2f14e103c8dc481a8a850a463a3d7e94
In skating terms, he wrote and played the piece "Parisienne Walkways" AKA, Lang and Tchernasyhev's 2002 FD
Brian Orser skated to "Still Got the Blues" as well as Diana Poth, Scott Davis, and Krylova & Ovsiannikov.
Looks like Petrinko skated to Parisienne Walkways too.
Here's Poth Kicking the sh*t out of Still got the Blues.
^^ props to poths!
Lang & Tchernyshev skated to Gary Moore's Parisienne Walkways at the 2002 Olympics.
Loved Still Got the Blues, hated Parisian Walkaways. He was still quite young, it's sad
Rest in peace, (((Gary))). I'm gonna miss him and his guitar playing.
I can't believe this. Such a great guitarist. RIP
His version of Shapes of Things was
He influenced a lot of my favorite guitarists, such as Steve Clark of Def Leppard. I'd like to think they're sitting on a cloud somewhere, writing awesome riffs.
eta: Just read the article. His song with Phil Lynott, Out in the Fields, is as well.
My first thought, too, until I realized how old he would be. That made me think about how old I am.
RIP Mr. Moore, both of you.
For a moment I thought it was this person:
Till I realized that his last name was Cole not Moore. My bad. RIP Mr. Moore.
Not the highest level obviously, but still: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Qb0RpxfxCA
RIP, you did some great music. Great skating music.
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