Thin Lizzy - The BBC Sessions FLAC album
Title: The BBC Sessions
Style: Hard Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1656 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1183 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1625 mb
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The Peel Sessions is an album by Irish band Thin Lizzy, released in 1994. This album consists of a series of recordings made for BBC Radio 1, and originally broadcast on the John Peel show. Whiskey in the Jar" (Trad. arr. Eric Bell, Brian Downey, Phil Lynott) - 5:52. Rosalie" (Bob Seger) - 3:18. Suicide" (Lynott) - 5:20. Emerald" (Lynott, Downey, Scott Gorham, Brian Robertson) - 3:59. Cowboy Song" (Lynott, Downey) - 5:13. Jailbreak" (Lynott) - 4:06. Don't Believe a Word" (Lynott) - 2:48.
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Album: At The BBC. Released: 2011. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: March 24, 2013 - Thin Lizzy – Live 2012: O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (2013). January 20, 2012 - Thin Lizzy – Live at the IndigO2 (2011). August 8, 2011 - Thin Lizzy – Icon (2011).
Find out after the jump. Thin Lizzy at The BBC (UMC (. Disc 1: Sessions 1971-1973. Look What The Wind Just Blew In (Sounds of The Seventies – 7/7/1971) . Return of the Farmer’s Son (Sounds of The Seventies – 7/7/1971). I agree and I really enjoy the Thin Lizzy deluxe reissues. uk since I don’t see any plans yet for the remaining albums to get a deluxe remaster treatment anytime soon. While the packaging on the 7 disc set looks great, I can’t see the justification to spend 100 bucks on a set where I have easily 80% of the tracks as recent reissues.
This is the Thin Lizzy that became popular. The line-up (for the most part) this time is Lynott and Downey with guitarists Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson. The thing that made Lizzy popular is that the band had both Gorham and Robertson playing lead guitars, giving Lizzy their signature sound. Once again, the John Peel sessions on this disc are amazing. Jailbreak" sounds different from the studio recording since everything seems to be tuned down a bit. "Rosalie" sounds more bare bones when the studio version sounded a tiny bit overproduced. If you like that, then get the others by Thin Lizzy from the 1970's that followed it. Still, At the BBC is great.
Thin Lizzy BBC Radio Sessions 1974-75-76-77 Rebroadcast on Alan 'Fluff' Freeman's Saturday Rock Show.
|A1||Whiskey In The Jar|
|B2||Don't Believe A Word|
|B4||Killer Without A Cause|
|B6||That Woman's Gonna Break Your Heart|
|B7||Dancing In The Moonlight|