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Thin Lizzy - Live And Dangerous (2xLP, Album, 1st) (Very Good (VG))

Thin Lizzy - Live And Dangerous (2xLP, Album, 1st) (Very Good (VG))

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Media Condition:  Very Good (VG)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good (VG)
Country:    UK  
02 Jun 1978
Genre:       Rock
Style:         Hard Rock, Classic Rock

Solid VG all around / Cover has some creasing and wear on the edges and corners / Inner gatefold has a bit of ring wear / Vinyl has several hairlines and a few light scuffs and scratches / Ultrasonically cleaned


Please Note this label version on side 1 has the M.Co.Ltd / (to the left of vertigo swirl) This version plays without Police Squad.

Live Recorded on
'Johnny The Fox' Tour, 1976
'Bad Reputation' Tour, 1977

LP 1 # 9199 645
LP 2 # 9199 646

Gatefold sleeve.

Comes with thick paper picture inner sleeves with photo collage. 
Inner sleeve for disc 1 with printed code REC1 9199 645 and photos for [a476923 in one side and [a459084 in the other side.
Inner sleeve for disc 2 with printed code REC2 9199 646 and photos for [a476924 in one side and Philip Lynott in the other side.

All titles published by Pippin The Friendly Ranger Music Co. Ltd./Chappell & Co. Ltd. 
except "Southbound", "Dancing In The Moonlight (It's Caught Me In Its Spotlight)", "Are You Ready", "Baby Drives Me Crazy" published by Pippin The Friendly Ranger Music Pub. Int. Ltd./Chappell & Co. Ltd. and
"Rosalie" published by E. H. Morris/Pippin The Friendly Ranger Music Co. Ltd./Chappell & Co. Ltd. 

Special Thanks List
Bluesy Huey Lewis
Road Crews, Past, Present and Future: For keeping it together
Tony Visconti
Will Reid Dick: For his time, patience and effort
Rob O'Brien
Assistant engineers: Too numerous to mention, but thanks anyway
Thin Lizzy supporters everywhere
Joe Brown, Roy, George and the boys from Tasco, Jimmy Page, Craig and ML and the boys from Showco
Scott Thompson, Paul Nice, Wilf, Robin Gomer
and the boys from Colac
Paul and the boys from Zenith
T.H. and Texas Gary and the Boys from Showco
Ladies: For love
Chalkie Davies: Photos
Sutton Cooper: Artwork
John Slattery: Accounts and confessions
Kathryn: Secretary
Jimmy Bain and Gary Moore: Inspiration
Whoever invented electricity
Tony Brainsby and new co.: Publicity
Mike Crawford: Personal
Chris Martin: Limo driver and QPR fan
Martin Baker: Promo film

Rats and Radiators
Derek the Dog
Chris Morrison: I got a contract on you
Where's the car tax Tex
'Mother Blues' Dallas, Texas
Acton Travel for organised chaos
Rainbow Freight for getting the gear across the water

England: Maison Rouge Mobile
Toronto: Record Plant Mobile
Paris: Des Dames Studio

The album cover was conceived by Thin Lizzy and Chalkie Davies
Sutton Cooper did the artwork and layout
Supervised by the ever-elusive Chris O'Donnell

Thin Lizzy are managed by Morrison-O'Donnell
Limited for the United Kingdom, from offices at 52 Dean Street, London W1,England.
'Phone no. is 01-734 9734.
Morrison-O'Donnell International Limited for the rest of the World.

'Johnny The Fox' Tour 1976
Venue: Hammersmith Odeon, King Street, London W6.
Dates: Sunday 14th November
Monday15th November
Tuesday 16th November
Promoter: Adrian Hopkins for Adrian Hopkins Promotions

'Johnny The Fox' 1976 Tour
Promoters: Adrian Hopkins and Harvey Goldsmith, Adrian Coulthard - Adrian Hopkins Promotions, Paul Loasby- Harvey Goldsmith Promotions.
Guest Group: Clover

Bad Reputation' Tour 1977
Venue: Seneca College Fieldhouse,
1750 Finch Avenue East, Don Mills, Toronto.
Date: Friday 28th October
Promoter: Mike Cohl for Concert Productions International

'Bad Reputation’ Tour 1977
Promoters: Howard Rose Agency Ltd., Hollywood, California
Showco: Jack Calmes, Jimmy Page, Sarah Legrand
Guest Group: [a263521


A1. Jailbreak
A2. Emerald
A3. Southbound
A4. Rosalie / Cowgirl's Song
B1. Dancing In The Moonlight (It's Caught Me In Its Spotlight)
B2. Massacre
B3. Still In Love With You
B4. Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed
C1. Cowboy Song
C2. The Boys Are Back In Town
C3. Don't Believe A Word
C4. Warrior
C5. Are You Ready
D1. Suicide
D2. Sha La La
D3. Baby Drives Me Crazy
D4. The Rocker


Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout 9199 645.1
Matrix / Runout 9199 645.2
Matrix / Runout 9199 646.1
Matrix / Runout 9199 646.2
Matrix / Runout (lyre symbol) 9199645 1¥//1 UT L 1 1 4
Matrix / Runout (lyre symbol) 9199645 2¥//2 UT 1 1 C 4 6
Matrix / Runout (lyre symbol) 9199646 1¥//1 UT 11 26
Matrix / Runout (lyre symbol) 9199646 2¥//1 UT 1 o 33


Published By Pippin The Friendly Ranger Music Co. Ltd.
Published By Chappell & Co. Ltd.
Published By Pippin The Friendly Ranger Music Pub. International Ltd.
Published By E. H. Morris
Phonographic Copyright (p) Phonogram Ltd.
Marketed By Phonogram
Made By Howards Printers (Slough) Ltd.
Printed By Howards Printers (Slough) Ltd.
Pressed By Phonodisc Ltd.
Lacquer Cut At Utopia Studios
Recorded By La Maison Rouge
Recorded By Record Plant Mobile Studio
Recorded By Studio Des Dames
Recorded At Hammersmith Odeon
Recorded At Seneca College Fieldhouse

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