This day (January 4, 1986), in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, died Philip Parris ‘Phil’ Lynott , an Irish bassist, singer, songwriter, co-founder of Skid Row with Gary Moore and founder of Thin Lizzy.
1 . w/ Gary Moore – Out in the Fields 1985
2 . Thin Lizzy – The Sun Goes Down (1983)
3 . Casablanca (Sweden 1982)
4 . w/ Friends – Somebody Else’s Dream (1981)
5 . w/ Wild Horses – All Right Now (1980)
6 . w/ Gary Moore – Back On The Streets (1979 Old Grey Whistle Test)
7 . Thin Lizzy – Cowboy Song (1978 Sydney)
8 . Me and My Music – September 15, 1976
9 . Thin Lizzy – Still in love with you (National Stadium Dublin 1975)
10 . Thin Lizzy – Whisky In The Jar (1973)
12 . Outlawed: Thin Lizzy And The Real Phil Lynott
The Boys Are Back in Town . Jailbreak . Whiskey in the Jar . Don’t Believe a Word . Cowboy Song . Bad Reputation . Emerald . Waiting for an Alibi . The Rocker . Dancing in the Moonlight (It’s Caught Me in It’s Spotlight) .
Wikipedia : This day (January 4, 1986), in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, died Philip Parris ‘Phil’ Lynott , an Irish bassist, singer, songwriter, co-founder of Skid Row with Gary Moore and founder of Thin Lizzy.
Thin Lizzy | Phil Lynott : Phil also worked with Gary Moore on Moore’s tracks, ‘Parisienne Walkways’ which went to number 8 in 1979 and ‘Out In The Fields’ which reached number 5 on release in May 1985
@allmusic : But like many rockers of the 70’s, Lynott and most of his bandmates succumbed to the party hearty lifestyle of rock n’ roll – indulging in hard drugs and alcohol.
@last.fm : Lynott was born in Hallam Hospital (now Sandwell General Hospital) in West Bromwich (then in Staffordshire), England, the son of a Guyanese father, Cecil Parris, and a White Irish Catholic mother, Philomena (aka Phyllis) Lynott, whose surname he took.
@Discogs : In 1969, Phil Lynott moved to New York to play with Tony Williams’ Lifetime and he appeared on two classic Miles Davis records: In a Silent Way and Bitches Brew.
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