Live and Dangerous
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The box set features performances from iconic venues like the Hammersmith Odeon and the Tower Theater in Philadelphia, capturing the band’s raw energy and stage presence. Robertson subsequently quit Thin Lizzy permanently to form Wild Horses with former Rainbow bassist Jimmy Bain. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. This box set is the definitive version of the album, containing all the shows that make up the record newly mixed by Ben Findlay from the original multi-tracks, mastered by Andy Pearce and overseen by Guitarist Scott Gorham. The box set is beautifully crafted, with each disc housed in fold-out panels adorned with live photos.
Thin Lizzy's 1978 double album, Live and Dangerous , along with Kiss' Alive , the Who's Live at Leeds , and the Rolling Stones' Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out , is one of the greatest live rock albums of all time. To have all that talent coming at you through the monitors was hard to fully appreciate at the time.The box set is a large format (12″ x 12″) package and includes sleeve notes with new interviews by Mark Blake and a booklet packed with rare photos and memorabilia. The band and Visconti listened to over 30 hours of archive recordings, looking for the best performances. sees the 45th anniversary of what is widely regarded as one of the greatest live albums of all time, Thin Lizzy's double platinum-selling Live And Dangerous, which was recorded in London and Philadelphia in 1977 during the Johnny the Fox and Bad Reputation tours. There is some overlap of tracks between the two albums, though Still Dangerous is completely live with no overdubs.
There was a lot at stake, then, when a regrouped Lizzy parked outside the ‘Hammy’ Odeon that November with producer Tony Visconti and the Maison Rouge mobile studio in tow.
When we describe the sleeve we are describing the printed paper cover or booklet that is included inside the case. To promote the album, the group filmed a gig at the Rainbow Theatre, London on 29 March 1978 for a television broadcast.
Live and Dangerous was released in 1978 and is arguably one of the best live albums of all time It was recorded in London and Toronto in 1977, during the tours accompanying the albums Johnny the Fox and Bad Reputation. He claims to have created some audience sounds from a keyboard-triggered tape loop in a similar manner to a Mellotron or sampling keyboard.With a mix of established, [then] new and less well known album tracks the set-list contains Lizzy's biggest hits: "Jailbreak", "Dancing In The Moonlight", "The Boys Are Back In Town", and "Don't Believe a Word" about which nothing more needs to be said. Not only that, but we also get a final show from London from the 1978 tour in support of the albums release. Rejoice too in the spontaneous variations between performances while noting (despite what the original gatefold might have implied) that most come from the second night in Philadelphia (where Southbound was recorded at sound-check). Super-sub Gary Moore stepped in admirably while the Scotsman’s hand healed, but the moment had passed. Thin Lizzy's Live And Dangerous: now more live and more dangerous than ever Thin Lizzy's Live And Dangerous a.