67-69 Trend Studios
Mama & Papa
It's Really Worthwhile
The Friendly Ranger
Contrary to the information on the front cover, these tracks were recorded in 1970.
In early 1970, having left Skid Row, Phil Lynott brought his new group
Thin Lizzy into Trend anxious to try out their new 8 Track recording machine
which was the only one in the country. On that session were Phil, Brian Downey on drums
and Eric Bell and Gary Moore on guitars as well as some other musicians.
The recordings were engineered and produced by studio owner John Dâ€™Ardis.
*** Special Note ***
These recordings can also be found on Philip Lynott: A MAN AND HIS MUSIC Volume V and again on Philip Lynott: A MAN AND HIS MUSIC Volume VIII.
In 2006 HOT PRESS officially released these tracks, from the master tapes. It was a limited release of 22,000 copies and has quickly become a collectors item. Click here for details
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information, it is provided "as is" for your information only.
This is the oldest THIN LIZZY fan site on the internet - this site has been on line for + years since May 1995.