GARY MOORE Laser cut vinyl record wall clock upcycled from an old 12″ vinyl record. Are you looking for a present for a friend who is intrigued by Robert William ? Are you a fan of GARY MOORE or are you looking for a present for a friend who loves Robert William Gary Moore ? Well…… you’ve found it!
GARY MOORE Laser cut vinyl record wall clock upcycled from an old 12″ vinyl record. Are you looking for a present for a friend who is intrigued by Robert William ? Are you a fan of GARY MOORE or are you looking for a present for a friend who loves Robert William Gary Moore Clock ? Well…… you’ve found it! All clocks come with an accurate battery operated Quartz Clock movement with large stylish red color hands. You will need to supply 1 x AA battery. All clocks include built in hanger and are posted in a secure form fitted box. Note: Every clock is made on a unique vinyl record with different labels, so the image shown might be slightly different to the item you receive. Every record has it’s own history – some of them were bought and just lay on the shelf unplayed, others were played many times and have seen many parties. You might notice some small scratches or other signs of usage, but this makes them even more unique and interesting. A great music memorabilia piece to decorate your music room or the perfect gift for your favorite friend, teacher or musician. Size: 12inch Vinyl Record Battery Type: 1AA Battery (Not included) . Please Note that Clock Face is a Sticker.
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 two albums. After Moore left the group he joined Thin Lizzy, featuring his former Skid Row bandmate and frequent collaborator Phil Lynott. Moore began his solo career in the 1970s and achieved major success with 1978’s “Parisienne Walkways”, which is considered his signature song. During the 1980s, Moore transitioned into playing hard rock and heavy metal with varying degrees of international success. In 1990, he returnd to his roots with Still Got the Blues, which became the most successful album of his career. Moore continued to release new music throughout his later career, collaborating with other artists from time to time. Moore died on 6 February 2011 from a heart attack while on holiday in Spain.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_k2uucsw5Po – Gary Moore Greatest Hits