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Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous (1978) 320 kbps / Lossless

6-04-2016, 21:19
Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Live and Dangerous
Year Of Release: 1978/2013
Label: Rhino / Warner Bros.
Genre: Hard Rock, Blues Rock
Quality: 320 kbps | FLAC
Total Time: 01:16:53
Total Size: 176 mb | 531 mb


01. Jailbreak (4:44)
02. Emerald (4:23)
03. Southbound (4:43)
04. Rosalie/Cowgirl's Song (4:14)
05. Dancing In The Moonlight (It's Caught Me In It's Spotlight) (3:54)
06. Massacre (2:56)
07. Still In Love With You (7:41)
08. Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed (3:47)
09. Cowboy Song (4:54)
10. The Boys Are Back In Town (4:41)
11. Don't Believe A Word (2:19)
12. Warrior (4:01)
13. Are You Ready (2:50)
14. Suicide (5:13)
15. Sha-La-La (5:34)
16. Baby Drives Me Crazy (7:10)
17. The Rocker (3:49)

This instant classic is a double album featuring the band performing their greatest hits including "Jailbreak," "Rosalie/Cowgirl's Song," "Cowboy Song," "The Boys Are Back In Town" and much, much more. Showcasing the band"s live prowess, "Live And Dangerous" is a must-have. It is included in the book, 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die and ranked #1 on NME"s "50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time." Live and Dangerous is a live double LP by Irish band Thin Lizzy, released in 1978. It was recorded in London in 1976 and Philadelphia and Toronto in 1977, with further production in Paris. It was also the last album to feature guitarist Brian Robertson, who went on to form Wild Horses with ex-Rainbow bassist Jimmy Bain shortly after release. Despite debate about exactly how much of the album is overdubbed, it has received critical acclaim from several sources as one of the most popular rock live albums ever recorded. In 2009 the album Still Dangerous was released from the Philadelphia concerts on 20 & 21 October 1977, which were source shows for Live And Dangerous. The tracks "Emerald", "Massacre", "Cowboy Song" and "The Boys Are Back in Town" were included on both albums and the Still Dangerous versions showed that Thin Lizzy were a formidable live band and the significance of the studio production on Live and Dangerous may have been overstated.

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