GE;TS (01.02): Thin Lizzy – For Those Who Love To Live
By Zach Patterson Sunday, 5 Apr 2009

“Good-Evil; The Soundtrack” is a weekly feature that showcases an editor’s song pick complete with a small write-up and a YouTube video or streaming version of the song. This week’s selection by Zach is “Thin Lizzy – For Those Who Love To Live”. Thin Lizzy – For Those Who Love To Live (studio) This song is from their 1975

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album Fighting, released a year before they really made it big in the US with their album Jailbreak. And while there are quite a few songs on this album that became staples in their live shows, this is one that kinda gets forgotten. Part of that reason is likely because of it’s strange connection to a

60′s/70′s soccer player named George Best that was a party animal and had an insatiable taste for women. Regardless, this is one of my all-time favorites by Thin Lizzy. I think it’s pretty obvious what draws you into the song, and it’s the fantastic double guitars which Thin Lizzy was well known for. But more than that, the heart of the song has a very smooth and playful groove to it that eventually leads into one of my favorite guitar solos ever around the 2:06 mark till pretty much the end of the song. Also, check out that awesome album cover. Even the band

was embarrassed of it…and it’s not hard to see why. Nice pipe. And as most people who have Live and Dangerous know, Thin Lizzy is a band that really comes alive when they play live. Here’s a live version from Dublin in 1975 as a bonus. The great drumming by Downey, the guitar harmony interplay by Gorham and Robertson, and of course the smooth vocals of Phil Lynott are all on display as this band was just nearing its peak. Thin Lizzy – For Those Who Love To Live (Live in Dublin, 1975)

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