12 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The cover art—a teenage axman honing his chops beneath a Hendrix poster—nails the boisterous feel of Still Got the Blues. After an ’80s flirtation with pop metal, Moore returns to his blues roots with jams as rough and rowdy as a roadhouse brawl. What makes the guitarist’s style unique is his ability to balance the tightest of shuffles and progressions with his feverish solos. The powerful playing tantalizingly threatens to rip apart “Walking by Myself,” “All Your Love,” and several other cuts.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The cover art—a teenage axman honing his chops beneath a Hendrix poster—nails the boisterous feel of Still Got the Blues. After an ’80s flirtation with pop metal, Moore returns to his blues roots with jams as rough and rowdy as a roadhouse brawl. What makes the guitarist’s style unique is his ability to balance the tightest of shuffles and progressions with his feverish solos. The powerful playing tantalizingly threatens to rip apart “Walking by Myself,” “All Your Love,” and several other cuts.

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