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The Rolling Stones Hampton Coliseum 1978 is a 2CD set covering the previously unpressed on silver June 21st, 1978 Hampton Roads, Virginia show from the Some Girls tour

Thin Lizzy Wild Eyed Boys (Shades 464) contains a soundboard recording from the Hammersmith Odeon, London, on November 15th, 1976

Deep Purple Heidelberg University 1970:  1st Gen Reel Master (Darker Than Blue 130) is a one disc release with the show from Heidelberg University, Heidelberg, Germany on November 28th, 1970 sourced from the the 1st generation master (duh)

Finally, Black Sabbath The Ozzy Osbourne Years is a DVD with various footage from the Ozzy Osbourne years, 1970 – 1985

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  1. Finally got my copy and agree with pookie it is one of the best Thin Lizzy silver releases I own. The Chicago show is excellent and sounds like the same source as the CDR title I have and the Hammersmith show is also excellent but is marred slightly by a heavy echo on Phil’s vocals which strangely does not impact the instruments but it is still an nice listen. I will do a full review as time permits. I have most of the better Thin Lizzy silver disc releases and this titles two shows rivals the no labels 10/20/77 Philly show release “Breakout”, of the Wolfgangs Vault stream, in quality as the best silver disc Thin Lizzy title. A must have even for the casual Lizzy fan

  2. The Lizzy is AWESOME!

  3. Wow it includes the Chicago show as well!! That was released as the silver disc title “Irish Dawn” which I have and it is a VG- SB source. I later got the same show on CDR cheap and it is an excellent source. If this title uses the same source as the CDR I have it is a must have for Lizzy fans. It is worth the price for the unreleased song “Blues Boy” and “Angel from the Coast” which have some killer guitar solos by Robbo and Scott….I will happily come out of retirement to post a review once I get my hands on this new release!

  4. The setlist for Thin Lizzy, Wild Eyed Boys (Shades 464) is: Disc 1 (73:18) Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK 15th November 1976: Intro., Jailbreak, Massacre, Still In Love With You, Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed, The Boys Are Back In Town, Rosalie, Suicide, Warriors, Sha-La-La/Drums Solo, Baby Drives Me Crazy, Me And The Boys, The Rocker

    Disc 2(60:46) Live at Riviera Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, USA 21st April 1976: Intro., Jailbreak, The Boys Are Back In Town, Emerald, It’s Only Money, Blues Boy, Warriors, Rosalie, Suicide, Angel From The Coast, Sha La La/Drums Solo, Baby Drives Me Crazy, The Rocker

    Both London and Chicago are sourced from excellent soundboards. Can anyone post a review?

  5. Thin Lizzy Soundboards from the 76 tour and the Robbo era in silver disc are rare. Really looking forward to this one as I think it may be the first appearance of this show on silver disc in SB quality?

    This may be the setlist

    THIN LIZZY (Lynott, Downey, Gorham, Robertson) 15.11.76 Hammersmith Odeon Soundboard 75:00 Rating 5 …Intro (truck driver) ; Jailbreak ; Massacre ; Still In Love With You ; Johnny The Fox ; Boys Are Back In Town ; Rosalie ; Suicide ; Warriors ; Sha la la ; Baby Drives Me Crazy ; Me And The Boys ; The Rocker.

    From the excellent Thin lizzy boot site


  6. the stones hampton show is being called having “truly amazing sound” once again.

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