Monday, August 12, 2013
Which shows we must be doing something right if people are taking the time to send us stuff.
First up a one of our very favourites here,Thin Lizzy.
This comes in from Ringo Fire who's nailed this uploading malarky.
Let's hear from the man himself.
We hear you got a bad reputation at Hear Rock City!
So here’s another HRC favourite, another show I don’t think has been posted before.
So we’re taking a trip to Preston in April 1979 just as the Black Rose tour hits town ...
i’ve seen this described as a sbd or audience .. whatever ... I’d just say it’s not perfect but it’s the best show from the tour I’ve heard. Philo on fine form, lots of banter, Gary Moore tearing up and down the fretboard from the off. Scott right across it, Brian Downey giving it some hammer on drums. They really were on fire. All too briefly.
The Last six tracks are BBC Sessions from '74.
Ode to a black man: a vibe for Philo
This is a tribute to Philip Lynott. This is the second version recorded and put together from about 1986-1991, as and when they could get some studio time and get people together. The first version came out a couple of years earlier as a cassette only I think. This is the CD version. Both were recorded and produced by Smiley Bolger / Rory Kilcullen in Dublin and London. Musicians involved include: Eric Bell, Brush Shiels, Terry O'Neill, Philip Chevron and many more. Possibly Brian Downey and Brian Robertson, I’m not sure. Artwork was by Jim Fitzpatrick.
Seems to be out of print if anybody knows different let us know.
Remembering part 3
Remembering part 3 instrumental
Great stuff Ringo,Thanks Again!!
Thin Lizzy Preston 1979
Ode To A Black Man