Phil Lynott - Live In Sweden 1983 album download
|A Night In The Life Of A Blues Singer||6:53|
|Look In These Eyes||7:31|
|Solo In Soho||5:56|
|Baby Drives Me Crazy||7:31|
|The Boys Are Back In Town||5:52|
|Still In Love With You||9:45|
|ZCRCD83||Phil Lynott||Live In Sweden 1983 (CD, Album)||Zoom Club Records||ZCRCD83||UK||2002|
|ZCRCD83BOX||Phil Lynott||Live In Sweden 1983 (2xCD, Album, Ltd)||Zoom Club Records||ZCRCD83BOX||Europe||2002|
|ZCRCD83LTD||Phil Lynott||Live In Sweden 1983 (CD, Album, Ltd)||Zoom Club Records||ZCRCD83LTD||UK||2002|
|MM LP 1||Phil Lynott||Live In Sweden 1983 (LP, Pic)||MM||MM LP 1||UK||2009|
|MM08||Phil Lynott||Live In Sweden 1983 (2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Music Melon||MM08||UK||2010|
Live in Sweden 1983 is a live album, released almost 20 years after it was recorded, of Phil Lynott's solo band after the breakup of the band Thin Lizzy. It was recorded from the soundboard and was released by Mark Stanway. All songs written by Phil Lynott except where noted. Disc One. "Yellow Pearl" – (4:38). Old Town" (Jimmy Bain, Lynott) – (4:19). Sarah" (Lynott, Gary Moore) – (3:32). A Night in the Life of a Blues Singer" – (6:52). Look in These Eyes" – (7:31).
Complete your Phil Lynott collection. CD2 - Recorded live in Avesta, Sweden, August 6th, 1983. On CD1, during 'Solo In Soho' Phil sings the refrain from 'The Message' by Grandmaster Flash And The Furious Five and 'The Boys Are Back In Town' is introduced by singing part of 'Every Breath You Take' by The Police. Kings Call' also includes the spoken refrain from Elvis Presley's 'Are You Lonesome Tonight?'.
Live album by Phil Lynott. A Night in the Life of a Blues Singer. Baby Drives Me Crazy. The Boys Are Back in Town. MusicBrainz: Live in Sweden 1983.
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Live in Sweden 1983 is a live album, released almost 20 years after it was recorded, of Phil Lynott's solo band after the breakup of the band Thin Lizzy. Philomena subsequently moved to Manchester but stayed in touch with Parris and, although she turned down a proposal from him. When he was four years old, Philip went to live with his grandmother, Sarah Lynott and his mother stayed in Manchester, and later took over the management of the Clifton Grange Hotel in Whalley Range with her partner, Dennis Keeley. The hotel, nicknamed The Biz, became popular with showbusiness entertainers, Lynott had a happy childhood growing up in Dublin and was a popular character at school. Live album by. Phil Lynott.