Thin Lizzy Still Dangerous 1977

Still Dangerous is a live album was recorded in Philadelphia in October 1977 while Thin Lizzy were promoting the Bad Reputation studio album.

This is a similar time to the more famous Live & Dangerous album but there have been doubts about the extent that album was retouched in the studio after the concerts.

This on the other hand is Thin Lizzy raw and unpolished and shows what Live & Dangerous could have sounded like.

Songs On Still Dangerous

Soldier of Fortune
Cowboy Song
The Boys are Back in Town
Dancing In the Moonlight
Opium Trail
Don’t Believe a Word
Baby Drives Me Crazy
Me and the Boys
Bad Reputation

The band at this stage consisted of:

Phil Lynott – bass guitar, lead vocals
Scott Gorham – lead guitar, backing vocals
Brian Robertson – lead guitar, backing vocals
Brian Downey – drums, percussion


Buying Still Dangerous

You can find out more about Still Dangerous at (and hear mp3 samples) and

You can also get it from iTunes and eBay

What Do You Think?

Is this the best live album by Thin Lizzy?

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What Are The All Time Best Live Albums?

Since it is shorter and has many of the same tracks it is NOT included in the polls to find the best hard rock live albums and the best classic rock live albums but Live And Dangerous is included. Do you think I’m wrong to exclude it?

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