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Thin Lizzy > Vagabonds of the Western World > 2015, 12" vinyl, Future Days Recordings (Remastered)
Thin Lizzy - Vagabonds of the Western World
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Vagabonds of the Western World

Thin Lizzy

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
February 10th, 2015
Catalog ID:
FDR 611
Version desc.:
Remastered
Label:
Future Days Recordings
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 75%)
Side A
1. Mama Nature Said 04:52   Show lyrics
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2. The Hero and the Madman 06:08   Show lyrics
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3. Slow Blues 05:14   Show lyrics
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4. The Rocker 05:12   Show lyrics
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Side B
5. Vagabond of the Western World 04:44   Show lyrics
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6. Little Girl in Bloom 05:12   Show lyrics
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7. Gonna Creep Up on You 03:27   Show lyrics
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8. A Song for While I'm Away 05:10   Show lyrics
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Original line-up
Band members
Philip (R.I.P. 1986) Vocals, Bass
Brian Drums, Percussion
Eric Guitars, Vocals
Guest/Session
Quentin Williams Cello
Godfrey Salmon Violin
Alan Merrick Violin
Ian MacKinnon Violin
Jan Schelhaas Organ (Tracks 1, 2)
Tony Harris Viola
Peter Oxar Violin
Paul Mosby Cor anglais, Oboe
Alan Sloan Violin
Peter Poole Violin
Kid Jensen Voice (Track 2)
Don McVay Viola
Fiachra Trench String arrangement (Track 8)
Miscellaneous staff
Mick Rock Photography
Derek Varnals Engineering, Remixing
Alan Harris Engineering
Nick Tauber Producer
Dave Baker Engineering (assistant)
Rodney Mathews Artwork
John Thomson Photography
Kevin Fuller Engineering
Jim Fitzpatrick Cover art
Alan Leaming Engineering (assistant)
Pete Swetenham Engineering (assistant)
Additional line-up
Miscellaneous staff
Matt Sullivan Producer
Henry H. Owings Design
Geoffrey Weiss Photography
Mick Rock Photography
John Baldwin Remastering
Kevin "Sipreano" Howes Producer, Liner notes
John Thomson Photography
Original line-up
Philip (R.I.P. 1986) Vocals, Bass
Brian Drums, Percussion
Eric Guitars, Vocals
Original line-up
Quentin Williams Cello
Godfrey Salmon Violin
Alan Merrick Violin
Ian MacKinnon Violin
Jan Schelhaas Organ (Tracks 1, 2)
Tony Harris Viola
Peter Oxar Violin
Paul Mosby Cor anglais, Oboe
Alan Sloan Violin
Peter Poole Violin
Kid Jensen Voice (Track 2)
Don McVay Viola
Fiachra Trench String arrangement (Track 8)
Original line-up
Mick Rock Photography
Derek Varnals Engineering, Remixing
Alan Harris Engineering
Nick Tauber Producer
Dave Baker Engineering (assistant)
Rodney Mathews Artwork
John Thomson Photography
Kevin Fuller Engineering
Jim Fitzpatrick Cover art
Alan Leaming Engineering (assistant)
Pete Swetenham Engineering (assistant)
Additional line-up
Matt Sullivan Producer
Henry H. Owings Design
Geoffrey Weiss Photography
Mick Rock Photography
John Baldwin Remastering
Kevin "Sipreano" Howes Producer, Liner notes
John Thomson Photography
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Issued in a gatefold sleeve.

Recording information:

Recorded in July, 1973 at A.I.R. Studios in London and Decca Studio 4 in Tollington Park.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 826853061117
Matrix / Runout (Side A): FDR-611 / B0020233-01-A S-93435 GOLDEN
Matrix / Runout (Side B): FDR-611 / B0020233-01-B S-93436 GOLDEN

Added by: Caliginosity Modified by: Caliginosity
Added on: 2015-12-13 01:40:27 Last modified on: 2015-12-13 04:14:44