Album: Solo In Soho (1980)


  • Co-written with bass player Jimmy Bain and one-time Thin Lizzy guitarist Brian Robertson, this overtly commercial track runs to 4 minutes. It has some female voice-overs and is somewhat untypical for Lynott, but this was recorded specifically for his debut solo album and would have been unsuitable for Thin Lizzy. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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