Remembering – Part 1

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Remembering – Part 1
Compilation album by Thin Lizzy
Released August 1976
Recorded 1971–1974
Genre Hard rock, blues rock
Label Decca

Remembering – Part 1 is a compilation album by rock group Thin Lizzy, one of the first compilations of the band's early years with Eric Bell, released by their record company at that time, Decca Records, in an apparent attempt to cash in on the chart success Lizzy had recently begun enjoying with Vertigo. It includes "Sitamoia" and "Little Darling", both featuring Gary Moore during his first brief stint with the group, the first of which was previously unreleased. The time frame of the album stretches from 1971 to 1974.

The album was known simply as "Remembering" in Germany, where it was released as a 27-track double album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Black Boys on the Corner"
  2. "A Song for While I'm Away"
  3. "Randolph's Tango"
  4. "Little Girl in Bloom"
  5. "Sitamoia" (Brian Downey)
  6. "Little Darling"
  7. "Remembering"
  8. "Gonna Creep Up on You" (Eric Bell, Lynott)
  9. "Whiskey in the Jar" (Trad. arr. Lynott, Bell, Downey)
  10. "The Rocker" (Lynott, Bell, Downey)

Personnel[edit]

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