40 Years Of Classic Rock, 1973 – 2013 Part Four – Thin Lizzy, ‘Vagabonds of the Western World’ [VIDEOS]
It was the single ” Whiskey In A Jar” that pretty much had a lot to do with who the band Thin Lizzy became known, released in late 1972 yet charted in February 1973 at #7 in the U.K.
Based on the success of “Whiskey In A Jar” the band thought time to get this band in full gear and do what we do best and that’s make music.
Thin Lizzy recorded a third album titled, ‘Vagabonds of the Western World’ which was released in September ’73.
The single, “The Rocker” never charted but it did become a crowd favorite during their concerts.
Phil Lynott passed away in 1986.
Original LP Track List:
- “Mama Nature Said”
- “The Hero and the Madman”
- “Slow Blues”
- “The Rocker”
- “Vagabond of the Western World”
- “Little Girl in Bloom”
- “Gonna Creep Up on You”
- “A Song for While I’m Away”
Released September 21st, 1973. Never charted.
Happy 40th anniversary as we revisit 1973 with some great landmark classic rock releases.
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Thin Lizzy performing, “The Rocker”