Written-By – Lynott*
Written-By – Downey*, Lynott*
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Nightlife is the fourth studio album by Irish band Thin Lizzy, released in 1974. It was produced by Ron Nevison and bandleader Phil Lynott, and was the first album to feature the band as a quartet with newcomers Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson on guitars. Some reissue CDs, and occasionally other sources, spell the album title as Night Life, the same as the song title. However the original album title is Nightlife. The song "Philomena" was written for Lynott's mother.
Band Name Thin Lizzy. Album Name Philomena. Type EP. Released date 1974. Music StyleHard-Rock. Members owning this album0. Other productions from Thin Lizzy. Thunder and Lightning.
Thin Lizzy is the debut studio album by Irish rock band Thin Lizzy, released on 30 April 1971. The album was followed by the EP New Day, produced and recorded by Nick Tauber at Decca Studios on 14–17 June 1971 and released on 20 August 1971. Album Name Philomena - Sha La La. Type 7''. Data wpisu Październik 1974. Wydawcy Vertigo Records. Styl muzycznyHard Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0.
Thin Lizzy (album), Thin Lizzy is the debut studio album by Irish rock band Thin Lizzy, released on 30 April 1971 The album was followed by the EP New Day, produced. The song "Honesty Is No Excuse" was covered by Cass McCombs on his 2013 album Big Wheel and Others. All tracks written by Phil Lynott, except where noted.
Album: Night Life (1974). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. Artistfacts ®. Lyrics. This song is about lead singer Phil Lynott's Mother, Philomena. Along with the lyrics and vocal delivery, you can hear a very strong Irish influence in the main intro and the guitar solo.
Nightlife is the fourth studio album by Irish band Thin Lizzy, released in 1974.
Thin Lizzy was originally conceived as a power trio in the image of Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience, but Eric Bell lacked the charisma of those groups' guitarists, forcing vocalist/bassist Philip Lynott to take center stage from day one. Despite his already poetic, intensely personal lyrics, Lynott was only beginning to develop as a songwriter, and the band's unfocused, folk-infused early efforts are a far cry from their mid-'70s hard rock glory.