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Philip Lynott – The Man and His Music Vol II

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Installment 2 of 7.  This one’s got some good stuff on it.  Memory Pain!

Enjoy!

1.  Halfcaste (B-side of Rosalie, 1974)
(BBC In Concert session, 1975)
2.  She Knows
3.  It’s Only Money
4.  Still In Love With You
5.  Rock N Roll With You
6.  Baby Drives Me Crazy (cover says: Sha La La)
7.  Me And The Boys (B-side of Rosalie/Cow Girl’s Song, 1978)
8.  With Love (from the Jailbreak album)
9.  Just The Two Of Us (second single from Black Rose** album)
10.  Dublin — (early) Thin Lizzy (beefed up by Philip Lynott/Midge Ure, 1979/80)
11.  Don’t Play Around — Thin Lizzy (from 7 inch Killer On The Loose)
12.  Trouble Boys — Thin Lizzy (1981 single back by Memory Pain)
13.  Memory Pain — Thin Lizzy (1981 single back by Trouble Boys)
14.  Angel Of Death — Thin Lizzy (1981Hammersmith, bonus track on Cold Sweat, 1983)
15.  The Sun Goes Down — Thin Lizzy (extended version bonus track on single)

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January 19, 2010 at 7:08 pm

Philip Lynott – The Man and His Music Vol I

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It’s no secret that I am a huge Thin Lizzy fan.  I mention my adoration to Phil and his music several times throughout this website.  Here is the first of seven installments of the Man and His Music series.

1.  Dublin — PHILIP LYNOTT (1980 BBC session, spoken)
2.  New Faces, Old Places — SKID ROW (B-side, debut single, 1969)
3.  The Farmer (Lynott) — THIN LIZZY’s debut single
4.  I Need You (John D’ardis) — THIN LIZZY (B-side of The Farmer)
5.  Spotlight Magazine: Greetings

6.  Broken Dreams — THIN LIZZY (B-side of Randolph’s Tango)
7.  A Ride In The Lizzymobile — THIN LIZZY (B-side of The Rocker in Germany)
8.  Here I Go Again — THIN LIZZY (B-side of The Rocker elsewhere)
9.  The Rocker — THIN LIZZY
10.  Things Ain’t Working Out Down At The Farm — THIN LIZZY
11.  Slow Blues — THIN LIZZY
12.  Gonna Creep Up On You — THIN LIZZY
13.  Suicide — THIN LIZZY (BBC…original lyrics)
14.  Little Darling — THIN LIZZY (Capital radio station version from acetate)
15.  A Song For Jimmy — THIN LIZZY (1980 “reunion” in memory of Jimi Hendrix)

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Dublin — PHILIP LYNOTT (1980 BBC session, spoken)
New Faces, Old Places — SKID ROW (B-side, debut single, 1969)
The Farmer (Lynott) — THIN LIZZY’s debut single
I Need You (John D’ardis) — THIN LIZZY (B-side of The Farmer)
Spotlight Magazine: Greetings
Broken Dreams — THIN LIZZY (B-side of Randolph’s Tango)
A Ride In The Lizzymobile — THIN LIZZY (B-side of The Rocker in Germany)
Here I Go Again — THIN LIZZY (B-side of The Rocker elsewhere)
The Rocker – THIN LIZZY
Things Ain’t Working Out Down At The Farm — THIN LIZZY
Slow Blues — THIN LIZZY
Gonna Creep Up On You — THIN LIZZY
Suicide — THIN LIZZY (BBC…original lyrics)
Little Darling — THIN LIZZY (Capital radio station version from acetate)
A Song For Jimmy — THIN LIZZY (1980 “reunion” in memory of Jimi Hendrix)

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January 18, 2010 at 8:37 pm

Sanctuary – Into the Mirror Live/Black Reflections (1990)

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I scored this CD around 1998 when i was starting to purge my record collection.  I traded a Mercyful Fate Melissa 12″ picture disc for it to some dude in Canada.  In 1999 I went to Richmond, VA to see Nevermore and did an interview with Warrell Dane.  I asked him about this ep and he stated that about 1000 were made and only about 500 actually got released to record stores and radio stations as a promo.  The others were destroyed when CBS dropped Sanctuary from their label.  He did say, however, that he still had the master reels from this recording and wanted to put the whole show out officially.  Obviously 11 years later I don’t think it’s going to happen.  What a pity.  This is a great recording although I wish White Rabbit would have been left out.

Tracks:

1. “Future Tense” – Studio Version
2. “Long Since Dark” – Live
3. “Battle Angels” – Live
4. “One More Murder” – Live
5. “White Rabbit” – Live
6. “Taste Revenge” – Live

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Iron Maiden – Night Of The Living Dead (Live 1982)

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Here’s a GREAT live show from the New York Palladium, June 29, 1982.  This apparently was a radio broadcast.  The only thing that could have made this show better for me was if they had played Total Eclipse.

Tracks:

01. Murders In The Rue Morgue
02. Wrathchild
03. Run To The Hills
04. Children Of The Damned
05. The Number Of The Beast
06. The Prisoner
07. Hallowed Be They Name
08. Phantom Of The Opera
09. Iron Maiden
10. Sanctuary
11. Drifter

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January 2, 2010 at 10:18 am

Iron Maiden – The Whole Population Of Hackney (Live 1985)

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Here’s a sort of rare Maiden bootleg that I used to have on vinyl ages ago.  I used to be a bigtime Maiden record collector and had well over 200 records.  Those old days of trading records through magazine ads and the early alt.newsgroup days are long gone thanks to the advancement of the Internet.  Good times though.  Never a deal gone sour!  I sold off most of my entire record collection around 2000.  Sometimes I wish I still had it all but I used to move a lot and lugging those crates around were a bear.

Anyhoo…The Whole Population of Hackney (aka The Entire Population of Hackney).  This was an odd little show and technically it’s not even an Iron Maiden show.  You can read about the history of this recording here.

One of the things I liked about this is that some of the songs ended up being recorded by Adrian under his ASAP project.  I love that album and wish he would have done a followup.

Tracks:

  1. EastEnders theme/”Juanita” – 4:32 (Marshall Fury cover)
  2. “See Me Through” – 3:22 (original by James Buster Band)
  3. “Reach Out” – 3:36 (Written by Dave Colwell for the project)
  4. “Chevrolet” – 3:38 (Stray Dog cover)
  5. “Lady” – 6:55 (Urchin song)
  6. “Silver and Gold” – 6:21 (Later used with ASAP)
  7. “That Girl” – 5:06 (composed by the first instance of FM band with Andy Barnett on. Circa ’84)
  8. “Fighting Man” – 5:33 (Written by Dave Colwell for the project)(later appeared on the ASAP single, Silver and Gold)
  9. “School Days” (with extended drum solo) – 5:51 (Originally written by Colwell for his band 720) (later appeared on the ASAP single, Down the Wire)
  10. “When She’s Gone” – 5:30 (Not the Black Sabbath song. Later appeared on the ASAP single, Down the Wire)
  11. “Try” – 4:06 (Written by Kenny Mountain, who also co-wrote Rainbow’s Gold)
  12. “Losfer Words (Big ‘Orra)” – 4:11 (from Iron Maiden’s Powerslave) (Steve Harris and Dave Murray enter the stage)
  13. “2 Minutes To Midnight” – 6:11 (from Iron Maiden’s Powerslave) (Bruce Dickinson enters the stage)
  14. “Rosalie” – 4:33 (Bob Seger cover)
  15. “Tush” – 4:29 (ZZ Top cover)

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