Last Of The Independents

Album: Live at Montreux (1980)
  • "Last Of The Independents" is the subtitle of the Walter Matthau film Charley Varrick, a review of which inspired this Rory Gallagher composition.

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  • Nico from Amstelveen, NetherlandsThis is one of the hilights of rock 'n roll. I would like to paraphrase Winston Churchill on this magnificent performance: "Never was so much rock brought to so many by so few".
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