Acknowledged as one of the finest musicians that the British Isles has ever produced, and with a career that dated back to the 1960s, there were few musical genres that Gary Moore had not turned his adroit musical hand to. Gracing the line-ups of several notable rock bands - Thin Lizzy, Colosseum II and (the original) Skid Row, in his time - he also established himself as a world-class guitarist, with few equals. The late-70s and early-80s were characterized by Moore's restless search for the best musical settings for his talents. But it was with 1990's Still Got The Blues, that Moore arrived at a rich musical heritage within which his creativity could flow freely. His biggest U.S. hit, the sterling 8-track selection of blues standards and compelling originals, boasts cameo appearances from the likes of Albert King, Albert Collins and George Harrison, and it's a testament to Moore's own remarkable talents that he more than holds his own here amongst such august company.