Thin Lizzy Live 1983 - The Sun Goes Down video free download


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Thin Lizzy Live In Concert in 1983 at the Regal Theatre Hitchin

Phil Lynott -- Vocals & Bass Guitar

Brian Downey - Drums

John Sykes -- Lead Guitar

Scott Gorham -- Lead Guitar

Darren Wharton - Keyboards

Comments

2 years ago

thierry floyd

Quel superbe morceau ..... 

2 years ago

John R.

Does anyone know what bass that is?The neck looks carbon fiber.

2 years ago

Semper Fidelis

z pozdrowieniami od Mateusza dla Bogusia :)

2 years ago

Semper Fidelis

the sun goes down

3 years ago

Paaarrrp

absolutely love this song for so many reasons but no need for that truly awful keyboard!!!

3 years ago

Mario Karlsson

So damn good

3 years ago

zulu flight

Thats what i hear when i´m riding with my old yamaha into the evening sun. t´s like glue in my head. Love it, Love my Life. Thank´s forever, Phil.

3 years ago

Demoniq Canpolat Karlsson

Just passed this years darkest day here up north.

3 years ago

Demoniq Canpolat Karlsson

Monday night was the darkest day of the year here in the north.....

3 years ago

Conor Murphy

Quite possibly the best talent Ireland ever produced 

3 years ago

Ashley Derrick

John Sykes definitely worthy of being a member of TL and didn't realize his solo not on studio version .. a real shame

3 years ago

robbiephoto1

john sykes was shite he was no lizzy player for sure gary moore brian robbo even snowie white were true lizzy players this was the arse end of lizzy 

3 years ago

Mole Town

The black man with the bass and the voice. Nice one, Phil.

3 years ago

DigitalUnderground7

The Regal Theatre in Hitchin. One of their best! Long live Thin Lizzy

3 years ago

paul weir

Evil lilic numer 1 fan lol other shit awesome

3 years ago

Theophilus Tzenos

Enjoy a great song by Thin Lizzy!

3 years ago

Wacky Harpo

I was at Reading fest 83,they were headlining the sunday and last band,obviously,great album is Thunder and Lightning.

3 years ago

Keepsu

What a treat! Cheers!

3 years ago

KILLBILDERBURG

Over 30 years gone - hard to believe - and as good as the day I first heard.. Loved Philip :o)

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