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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)

Download it here.

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)

Written by The Metal Files

January 18, 2010 at 8:37 pm

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