Re: Tribute albums
Posted by: John Q ()
Date: March 14, 2001 09:56AM

Tribute albums, above everything else, are a relatively cheap way to make a lot of money. A lot of them are crap, some are cool, few are outstanding. Out of all the recent ones the one that sticks out for several resons is 'The Spirit of the Black Rose', the double CD tribute to Phil Lynott released by Record Heaven, where a big chunk of the dough goes to a good cause. It also has Philomena Lynott's blessing. There are some true gems on this double whammy - namely Randy Bachman's amazing 'The Boys Are Back In Town', Primal Fear's 'Out In The Fields', Tribe of Gypsies' 'Parisienne Walkways', Damon Johnson's 'Borderline', Sinner's 'The Sun Goes Down' and Robin George's 'Crying Diamonds', a would be Lizzy song he wrote with Phil shortly before his untimely death.

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Tribute albums 117 alex siedler 03/14/2001 06:52AM
Re: Tribute albums 80 Carl 1 03/14/2001 06:57AM
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Re: Tribute albums72John Q03/14/2001 09:56AM
Re: Tribute albums 67 KAOS FAN 03/15/2001 01:28PM


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