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a huge hit single in the mid-'70s ("The Boys Are Back in Town") and
becoming a popular act with hard rock/heavy metal fans, Thin Lizzy are
still, in the pantheon of '70s rock bands, underappreciated. Formed in
the late '60s by Irish singer/songwriter/bassist Phil Lynott, Lizzy,
though not the first band to do so, combined romanticized working-class
sentiments with their ferocious, twin-lead guitar attack. As the band's
creative force, Lynott was a more insightful and intelligent writer than
many of his ilk, preferring slice-of-life working-class dramas of love
and hate influenced by Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, and virtually all
of the Irish literary tradition. Also, as a black man, Lynott was an
anomaly in the nearly all-white world of hard rock, and as such imbued
much of his work with a sense of alienation; he was the outsider, the
romantic guy from the other side of the tracks, a self-styled poet of
the lovelorn and downtrodden. His sweeping vision and writerly impulses
at times gave way to pretentious songs aspiring to cliched notions of
literary significance, but Lynott's limitless charisma made even the
most misguided moments worth hearing.

After a few early records
that hinted at the band's potential, Lizzy released Fighting in 1975,
and the band (Lynott, guitarists Brian Robertson and Scott Gorham, and
drummer Brian Downey) had molded itself into a pretty tight recording
and performing unit. Lynott's thick, soulful vocals were the perfect
vehicle for his tightly written melodic lines. Gorham and Robertson
generally played lead lines in harmonic tandem, while Downey (a great
drummer who had equal amounts of power and style) drove the engine.
Lizzy's big break came with their next album, Jailbreak, and the
record's first single, "The Boys Are Back in Town." A paean to the joys
of working-class guys letting loose, the song resembled similar odes by
Bruce Springsteen, with the exception of the Who-like power chords in
the chorus. With the support of radio and every frat boy in America,
"Boys" became a huge hit, enough of a hit as to ensure record contracts
and media attention for the next decade ("Boys" is now used in beer

Never the toast of critics (the majority writing
in the '70s hated hard rock and heavy metal), Lizzy toured relentlessly,
building an unassailable reputation as a terrific live band, despite
the lead guitar spot becoming a revolving door (Eric Bell, Gary Moore,
Brian Robertson, Snowy White, and John Sykes all stood next to Scott
Gorham). The records came fast and furious, and despite attempts to
repeat the formula that worked like a charm with "Boys," Lynott began
writing more ambitious songs and wrapping them up in vaguely articulated
concept albums. The large fan base the band had built as a result of
"Boys" turned into a smaller, yet still enthusiastic bunch of hard
rockers. Adding insult to injury was the rise of punk rock, which Lynott
vigorously supported, but made Lizzy look too traditional and too much
like tired old rock stars.

By the mid-'80s, resembling the
dinosaur that punk rock wanted to annihilate, Thin Lizzy called it a
career. Lynott recorded solo records that more explicitly examined
issues of class and race, published a now-out-of-print book of poetry,
and sadly, became a victim of his longtime abuse of heroin, cocaine, and
alcohol, dying in 1986 at age 35. Since the mega-popular alternative
rock bands of the mid-'90s appropriated numerous musical messages from
their '70s forebears, the work of Phil Lynott and Thin Lizzy will
hopefully continue to be seen for the influential rock & roll it is.

In 1999, Thin Lizzy reunited with a lineup featuring guitarists Scott
Gorman and John Sykes, and keyboardist Darren Wharton, which was rounded
out by a journeyman rhythm section of bassist Marco Mendoza and drummer
Tommy Aldridge. The quintet's ensuing European tour produced the live
album One Night Only, which was released in the summer of 2000 to set
the stage for a subsequent American concert tour.

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