Tag Archives: Phil Lynott

THIN LIZZY Box Up “Live And Dangerous” For Non-Visual Set

November 18, 2022

Once in a blue moon some ensembles serve up concert albums that define their career as much as their best studio platters, but while the Japanese recordings from DEEP PURPLE and CHEAP TRICK have never been compromised by vicious rumors, … Continue reading

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VARIOUS ARTISTS – GasTank

April 6, 2017

RRAW 2016 Rock ‘n’ roll on the floor laughing, as and Tony Ashton lead their stellar guests into a razzmatazz extravaganza and bring the house down. This show didn’t have a long lifespan – its six episodes aired in the … Continue reading

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ROBIN GEORGE – History

October 25, 2014

Arista 1983 / Angel Air 2014 Guitar potentate pretender’s deliciously flawed debut – expanded to all its full-length glory. could have been an ultimate poster boy with a stringed axe, a Peter Frampton for the ’80s, if not for bad … Continue reading

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GARY MOORE – Back On The Streets

October 2, 2013

MCA 1978 / UMC 2013 Breaking bad: a cynical yet arrestingly enigmatic solo debut from the late great Irishman. A public darling since he glossed up the blues and a sharp shredded before that, there was much more to Gary … Continue reading

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Interview with ROBIN GEORGE

February 3, 2013

July 2003 He has all the makings of a star: the talent, the looks. the circumstances. But who can rely on the latter? British guitarist Robin George will tell you that success is an elusive thing. He knows. Robin was … Continue reading

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