Gary Moore was the teenaged star of this exciting band from Belfast, who burst on the scene in the wake of the blues boom. Gary is featured on guitar and vocals and is backed by Brush Shiels (bass, vocals) and Noel Bridgeman (drums). The progressive blues trio formed in 1967 and went to London in 1969 to sign with CBS. The band's second album, released in 1971, was called "34 Hours" because that's how long it took the record. Moore's guitar work goes through lots of changes of pace and style from straight boogie to country blues.