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Thin Lizzy

Postby Bigfatskinny on Sun Nov 14, 2004 5:36 pm

What / Who was the better guitar combo for Thin Lizzy?

Scott Gorham / Brian 'Robbo' Robertson

Scott Gorham / Gary Moore

Scott Gorham / Snowy White

Scott Gorham / John Sykes

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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby zen.state on Sun Nov 14, 2004 5:44 pm

Scott Gorham / Gary Moore
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby 1959burst on Sun Nov 14, 2004 6:06 pm

Scott Gorham / Gary Moore
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby Analog on Sun Nov 14, 2004 6:11 pm

Scott Gorham / Gary Moore
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby zen.state on Sun Nov 14, 2004 10:16 pm

I love the Black Rose album....magic

Moore is so firey, great solos and rhythms and sometimes so charming, like SARAH...what a lovely solo....

I think I remember a review where Gorham said Moore was incredibly pedantic about tuning and stuff...
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby Mayhawk on Mon Nov 15, 2004 1:11 am

John Sykes may have not been the best match for Phil Lynott. And I think John is quite talented, tstl! But Phil was the man here! Still "thunder and lightning" was a great album. And Scott has/had great hair!!! Like the old Mark Farner, a walking Breck advert.

As for the late Mr Lynott, I miss that guy! Kids, just say no!
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby ZäNKT on Mon Nov 15, 2004 1:30 am

I concur...

Scott Gorham / Gary Moore
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby AlexF on Mon Nov 15, 2004 3:27 am

I loved Gorham and Moore, Black Rose is my favourite album, but I think they played best as a band with Gorham / Robertson.
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby MarshallGuru on Mon Nov 15, 2004 3:58 am

I'm not too familiar with Thin Lizzy. Who were the guitar players on the track "The Boys Are Back In Town" ? :cool:
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby dtw576 on Mon Nov 15, 2004 5:23 am

I'm not too familiar with Thin Lizzy. Who were the guitar players on the track "The Boys Are Back In Town" ? I thought that the guitar sound was real nice, considering the "jazzy" chords that they were playing.

Gorham/Robertson and even with the lousy EQ on that album, the music was pretty damned killer. :cool:
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby nemo on Mon Nov 15, 2004 12:00 pm

Gorham/Robbo was the classic lineup I guess. The 2 sound the best on Live & Dangerous.

Black Rose with Moore is their best sounding record. Moore plays solos that make me want to cry (see title track).
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby Capt.Strat on Mon Nov 15, 2004 1:18 pm

Scott Gorham/Gary Moore
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby spangled99 on Mon Nov 15, 2004 1:28 pm

Scott Gorham/Brian Robertson. Sentimental reasons. Scott was always my favourite, anyway. He had the best hair, and best rock-god photos in the Live and Dangerous album. When you're 16 those things are really important. :D
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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby ayh on Mon Nov 15, 2004 1:48 pm

Don't listen to these guys.My computer plays
Don't Believe A Word when you turn it on.
Gorham /Robbo,everybody knows that.

While Gary Moore should be recognized as the true father of SHRED,his contribution to Thin Lizzy was minimal.Showboatin'!

If you were 13 years old in 1976,you know who was Baaad! :D

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Re: Thin Lizzy

Postby 1959burst on Mon Nov 15, 2004 1:53 pm

[quote]Originally posted by ayh:
[b]Don't listen to these guys.My computer plays
Don't Believe A Word when you turn it on.
Gorham /Robbo,everybody knows that.

While Gary Moore should be recognized as the true father of SHRED,his contribution to Thin Lizzy was minimal.Showboatin'!

If you were 13 years old in 1976,you know who was Baaad! :D

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