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Here is a slice of Thin Lizzy at their proverbial best touring the U.K. in 1975 in support of Fighting, the album released the year before they ripped the lid off it with Jailbreak. As such, this set reveals — albeit with a little less in terms of sound quality since this is clearly a radio broadcast — Lizzy as one of the greatest live bands in history. The recording was done officially, the release is questionable. Everything is audible with only the slightest sound deterioration here, (and the song selection is terrific from the early years); the performance is just on fire. "The Rocker" is here, as is a stunning rendition of "Cowboy Song," an overdriven "Me and the Boys," "Fighting My Way Back to You," and "The Wild One," to name the blasters. The midtempo selections include their amazing cover of Bob Seger's "Rosalie" (the songwriter should have quit performing it after Lizzy issued it on their album), and an electric blues rendition of "Still in Love with You." For those who worship at this particular rock altar and don't have this show, it's most definitely a necessity — especially since there are four never-before-released live cuts!


Formed: 1970 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Despite a huge hit single in the mid-'70s ("The Boys Are Back in Town") and becoming a popular act with hard rock/heavy metal fans, Thin Lizzy are still, in the pantheon of '70s rock bands, underappreciated. Formed in the late '60s by Irish singer/songwriter/bassist Phil Lynott, Lizzy, though not the first band to do so, combined romanticized working-class sentiments with their ferocious, twin-lead guitar attack. As the band's creative force, Lynott was a more insightful and intelligent writer than...
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