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  1. Goltitaxe
    Remembering – Part 1 is a compilation album by rock group Thin Lizzy, one of the first compilations of the band's early years with Eric Bell, released by their record company at that time, Decca Records, in an apparent attempt to cash in on the chart success Lizzy had recently begun enjoying with includes "Sitamoia" and "Little Darling", both featuring Gary Genre: Hard rock, blues rock.
  2. Moramar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Remembering Part 1 on Discogs.4/5(2).
  3. Kigazshura
    Thin Lizzy Featuring Eric Bell (2) And Gary Moore: Thin Lizzy Featuring Eric Bell (2) And Gary Moore - Remembering Part 1 ‎ (CD, Comp, RE) Rebound Records (2) US: Unknown: Sell This Version4/5(3).
  4. Nahn
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Thin Lizzy Featuring Eric Bell And Gary Moore - Remembering Part 1 at Discogs. Complete your Thin Lizzy Featuring Eric Bell And Gary Moore collection/5(91).
  5. Goltikree
    Sep 03,  · Yeah I know that not everything THIN LIZZY did is pure gold, but between the years of 19they could do no wrong, and at this very moment, I can think of no better song. To my knowledge "Sitamoia" first appeared on the Decca compilation "Remembering Part 1" and features Gary Moore in one of his early stints with the band.
  6. Kenris
    Feb 16,  · This song, credited to Brian Downey, appeared only on the obscure "Remembering" album until it came out on the "Vagabonds, Kings, Warriors, Angels Boxset". I.
  7. Mikasho
    It features a unique selection of Eric Bell-era Lizzy classics such as "Whiskey In The Jar" (released as a single in '72) and "The Rocker" (from 's 'Vagabonds Of The Western World'). The songs "Sitamoia" and "Little Darling" were previously unreleased at the time. Of the other seven tracks, two are from 'Thin Lizzy' and five are from /5(7).
  8. Shajin
    Thin Lizzy - Black Boys On The Corner () Around there was great excitement in the music press at the news that a friend of Phil Lynott's had been given cassette tapes with up to songs on them just before Lynott's death in .

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