Gary Moore Songbook

Gary Moore Songbook: Guitar Play-Along Volume 139 Gary Moore. 4.3 out of 5 stars 17. Kindle Edition with Audio/Video. Neoclassical Speed Strategies for Guitar. Play Gary Moore's greatest guitar songs with the Hal Leonard songbook. The Best of Gary Moore Guitar Music songbook with tablature features 14 of the blues/rock axe master's transcriptions, from his Thin Lizzy days as well as his solo career. View the profiles of people named Gary Moore. Join Facebook to connect with Gary Moore and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share. Gary Moore Songbook book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. (Guitar Play-Along). The Guitar Play-Along series will help you play y. Robert William Gary Moore (4 April 1952 – 6 February 2011) was a Northern Irish musician and songwriter. Over the course of his career he played in various groups and performed an eclectic range of music including blues, hard rock, heavy metal, and jazz fusion. Influenced by Peter Green and Eric Clapton, Moore began his career in the late 1960s when he joined Skid Row, with whom he released.

Wolf Marshall Original Gary Moore PDF. This Unique 1988 songbook contains the music of Gary Moore & his incredible songs! 70 great pages with Cool Photos. This songbook also examines & explains Moore’s style. Also provides step-by-step guide to his riff technique!! Includes transcriptions of his most celebrated solos. These rare songbooks provide you with the actual notes, arrangments and lyrics that will allow you to play these songs. IMHO one of the best tab books about Gary Moore


Songs include:

  • Don’t take me for a loser
  • Always gonna love you
  • End of the world
  • Don’t let me be misunderstood
  • Hold on to love
  • Devil in her heart
  • Out in the fields
  • Once in a lifetime
  • All messed up
  • Run for cover
  • Reach for the sky
  • Military man

Format: PDF, 70 pages

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II average
III good
IV very good
V excellent

Led Zeppelin – Over The Hills And Far Away
June 25 – 1972

Hey lady–you got the love I need
Maybe more than enough.
Oh Darling… walk a while with me
You’ve got so much…

Many have I loved – Many times been bitten
Many times I’ve gazed along the open road.

Many times I’ve lied – Many times I’ve listened
Many times I’ve wondered how much there is to know.

Many dreams come true and some have silver linings
I live for my dream and a pocketful of gold.


Mellow is the man who knows what he’s been missing
Many many men can’t see the open road.


Many is a word that only leaves you guessing
Guessing ’bout a thing you really ought to know, ooh!
You really ought to know…

Musicanship: IIII

Vocals: III

Emotions: IIII

Lyrics: II

Outstanding instrument: Guitar

Mistyc – Groovie – Catchy

Final Score: XIII

This began as an instrumental. Robert Plant came up with backing tracks and then lyrics.Plant’s lyrics were inspired by the J.R.R. Tolkien book The Hobbit, and to Tolkein’s 1915 poem of the same name. “Over The Hills And Far Away” describes the adventure the Hobbits embark on.

Also this song evolved from the Yardbirds song “White Summer,” an acoustic solo by Jimmy Page. Many of the same riffs and chords are in it.

After The Yardbirds broke up, Led Zeppelin continued to play “White Summer” live an acoustic guitar playing throughout the song


Gary Moore – Over The Hills And Far Away – 1987

Gary Moore Songbook Cover

They came for him one winter’s night.Arrested, he was bound.They said there’d been a robbery,his pistol had been found.They marched him to the station house,he waited till the dawn.And as they led him to the dock,he knew that he’d been wronged.”You stand accused of robbery,”he heard the bailiff say.He knew without an alibi,tomorrow’s light would mourn his freedom.Over the hills and far away,for ten long years he’ll count the days.Over the mountains and the seas,a prisoner’s life for him there’ll be.He knew that it would cost him dear,but yet he dare not say.Just where he’d been that fateful night,a secret it must stay.He had to fight back tears of rage.His heart beat like a drum.For with the wife of his best friend,he spent his final night of freedom.Over the hills and far away,he swears he will return one day.Far from the mountains and the seas,back in her arms again he’ll be.Over the hills and far away.Over the hills and,over the hills and,over the hills and far away.Each night within his prison cell,he looks out through the bars.He reads the letters that she wrote.One day he’ll know the taste of freedom.Over the hills and far away,she prays he will return one day.As sure as the rivers reach the seas,back in his arms again she’ll be.Over the hills and far away,he swears he will return one day.As sure as the river reach the seas,back in his arms is where she’ll be.Over the hills and far away,she prays he will return one day.As sure as the rivers reach the sea,back in her arms is where he’ll be.Over the hills,over the hills and far away.Over the hills,over the hills and far away.

This song is about a man who was framed for a murder he didn’t commit. He is sent to prison and dreams of the day he can get out and return to his woman. He will come back to her one day, and she’s waiting for him to return to her.


Musicanship: IIII

Vocals: III

Emotions: IIII

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Lyrics: IIII

Outstanding instrument: Guitar – Choir

Epic – Hymnic – Astonishing

Final Score: XV


And…today’s winner is: GARY MOORE

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