Thin Lizzy - Live and dangerous

Philip Lynott (vocals, bass,)   1 Jailbreak

20th October 1977
Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, US

Lynott 4.46
Brian Downey (percussion, drums)   2 Emerald

20th October 1977
Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, US

Lynott, Gorham, Robertson, Downey 4.21
Scott Gorham (lead guitar, guitars)   3 Southbound

Soundcheck

Lynott 4.51
Brian Robertson (lead guitar, guitars)   4 Rosalie / Cowgirlīs song

November 1976
Hammersmith, London, UK
B.Seger / Lynott, Downey 4.03
John Earle (Sax on song 5)   5 Dancing in the moonlight

20th October 1977
Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, US

Lynott 3.55
    6 Massacre

20th October 1977
Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, US

Lynott, Gorham, Downey 2.55
Tony Visconti, Thin Lizzy (producer)   7 Still in love with you

20th October 1977
Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, US

Lynott 7.42
    8 Johnny the fox meets Jimmy the weed

November 1976
Hammersmith, London, UK

Lynott, Gorham, Downey 3.44
Label: Vertigo (6641 807)   9 Cowboy song

20th October 1977
Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, US

Lynott, Downey 4.54
Studio: Good earth studios (mixing)
England: Maison Rouge Mobile (rec)
Toronto: Record Plant Mobile (rec)
Paris: Des Dames Studio (rec)
  10 The boys are back in town

20th October 1977
Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, US

Lynott 4.42
Recording dates:  
761114-761116
Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK

771020,771021
Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US

  11 Donīt believe a word

20th October 1977
Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, US

Lynott 2.19
Release date: 780602   12 Warrior

20th October 1977
Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, US

Lynott, Gorham 4.09
    13 Are you ready

29th March 1978
Rainbow Theatre, London, UK

Lynott, Gorham, Robertson, Downey 2.43
    14 Suicide

November 1976
Hammersmith, London, UK

Lynott 5.17
    15 Sha-la-la

November 1976
Hammersmith, London, UK

Lynott, Downey 5.26
    16 Baby drives me crazy

November 1976
Hammersmith, London, UK

Lynott, Gorham, Robertson, Downey 7.19
    17 The rocker

November 1976
Hammersmith, London, UK

Lynott, Bell, Downey 3.40


Thanks to Don Bolster