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Live And Dangerous Jul 1978
Searchlight On The Future. View From The Rear: Brian Downey. Occasional Angles: Phil Lynott. In the middle: Niall Stokes READ ON>>

Wrangling Among Vagabonds
Oct 1979
The last year has been one of ups and downs for Thin Lizzy. Brian Downey elaborates for Niall Stokes. READ ON>>

Ballad Of A Thin Man Feb 1981
Another hotel room, another interview, but oddly enough, after nearly four years in this paper, my first formal encounter with our own Philip Lynott. READ ON>>

THE PHILIP LYNOTT SOLO ALBUM July 1982
Reviewing this album is not the easiest of tasks. It's an advance white label copy for a start, which means only the barest of sleeve... READ ON>>

The Philip Lynott Interview
May 1984
With Thin Lizzy now officially a thing of the past, Philip Lynott is preparing to start anew with Grand Slam. At this transitional point in his public career Tony Clayton-Lea sought out the private Lynott to ask him his views on a wide range of issues including music, politics, religion, sex, drugs, Ireland, parenthood and rock'n'roll stardom. The result is probably the frankest and most revealing interview Philip Lynott has ever given. READ ON>>

Phil Lynott: An Epitaph Jan 1986
The following article was Bill Graham's epitaph to Philip and first appeared in Hot Press Magazine on January 30 1986. READ ON>>

I'M BACK AND I'M BEAUTIFUL! Jan 1986
Philip "Mohammed Ali" Lynott talks to Damian Corless about life since Grand Slam, and his new single, Nineteen. READ ON>>

THE PEEL SESSIONS Oct 1994
Thin Lizzy: The Peel Sessions. READ ON>>

Dancing In The Moonlight Sep 1999
PHIL LYNOTT would have been 50 on 20th August this year. Here, PETER MURPHY profiles the legendary Philo, and talks to other stars about his enduring influence. READ ON>>

VAGABONDS, KINGS, WARRIORS, ANGELS Dec 2001
This marathon five-hour trawl through the awesome Thin Lizzy treasury, and Philip Lynott's solo career, is a remarkable document. READ ON>>

You Can Always Hear The King's Call Jul 2002
In 1991, five years after the death of Phil Lynott, the late Bill Graham wrote in Hot Press of Philo's enduring legacy. Over ten years later his words are as relevant as ever. READ ON>>

The Ballad Of A Thin Man Nov 2002
Phil Lynott, the first true Irish rock star, a rocker with a poet's heart and the man who made paddy cool. READ ON>>

SOME OF THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN July 2003
Some might think it's live and dubious but Scott Gorham insists that the Thin Lizzy of 2003 is a heartfelt tribute to Phil Lynott. READ ON>>

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Thin Lizzy's Brian Downey (left) and Philip Lynott (right) receiving a silver disc for the sales of 'Whiskey In A Jar'from Alan Freeman



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