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Philip Lynott - Yellow Pearl album download
Philip Lynott - Yellow Pearl album download
Performer: Philip Lynott
Title: Yellow Pearl
Country: UK
Released: 1980
Style: Synth-pop
Rating: 4.8/5
FLAC size: 1401 mb | MP3 size: 1902 mb | WMA size: 1765 mb
Genre: Electronic / Rock

The Philip Lynott Album is the second solo album by Irish rock singer Philip Lynott, released in 1982. Not included on the album was the B-side to the "Together" single, "Somebody Else's Dream" and the B-side to the "Old Town" single, "Beat of the Drum". Both later appeared on the Yellow Pearl Lynott solo compilation album in 2010. Somebody Else's Dream" was performed live on The Old Grey Whistle Test to promote the album. All tracks composed by Philip Lynott, except where noted.

Yellow Pearl" is a song recorded by Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott, originally for his 1980 solo album, Solo in Soho. It was written by Lynott and Midge Ure, who was a temporary member of Thin Lizzy at the time, and who later went on to join Ultravox. It was subsequently remixed and released again on Lynott's second album, The Philip Lynott Album. The remixed version was used as the theme music to the British music chart television programme, Top of the Pops, from 1981 to 1986.

Album: The Philip Lynott Album (1982). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. In this song, Phil Lynott sings about how we must "beware of the yellow pearl," making it sound like some nefarious big brother figure is out to enslave the human race. Lynott's group Thin Lizzy toured Japan in 1979, and it's likely that he got some ideas for the lyrics on this trip. Lynott wrote the song with Midge Ure, who also directed the video. Ure joined Thin Lizzy as a touring member in 1979 after guitarist Gary Moore left the band. When the group went to Japan in September, Lynott hired another guitarist, Dave Flett, and bumped Ure to keyboards, which were barely audible at their shows. Lynott, however, know that keyboards were the hot sound and that Ure could work with them

Скачай бесплатно Yellow Pearl. Автор - Philip Lynott. the Yellow PearlAttack, attack, attack, attack, attack, attack, attackIs what we lackWe will ariseThey will ariseWe will controlThey will controlWe will commandThey shall commandWe will patrolThey will patrolAriseYellow Pearl's upon us nowWe must fight backWe will ariseThey will ariseWe will controlAttack, attack, attack, attack, attack, attack, attackIs what we lackIs what we lackDon't trust in LibertyTo save your soulIt is genocide. to let liberty lose controlControlWe must decideControlWe the Yellow Pearl we will control. Последние треки Philip Lynott: Philip Lynott.

Band Name Philip Lynott. Album Name Yellow Pearl - Girls. Other productions from Philip Lynott. The Philip Lynott Album.

Yellow Pearl is a compilation album of songs recorded by Irish rock musician Phil Lynott; the only such compilation as of 2016. The album, released in 2010, features songs taken from Lynott's two solo albums, Solo in Soho and The Philip Lynott Album, together with rare singles, remixes and b-sides. Many members of Lynott's band Thin Lizzy appear on the album including Scott Gorham, Brian Downey, Snowy White, Darren Wharton and Gary Moore. Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler plays on two tracks

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Yellow Pearl
Written-By – Philip Lynott*Written-By, Remix – Midge Ure
B Girls
Written By – Bain, RobertsonWritten-By – Philip Lynott*


  • Producer – Kit Woolven, Philip Lynott*

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  • Rights Society: STEMRA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SOLO 3 Philip Lynott* Yellow Pearl The Theme From Top Of The Pops ‎(7", Single) Phonogram SOLO 3 UK 1980
SOLO 3 Philip Lynott* Yellow Pearl ‎(7", Single, Cle) Phonogram SOLO 3 UK 1980
6059 356 Philip Lynott* Yellow Pearl ‎(7") Vertigo 6059 356 Australia 1980
6059 401 Philip Lynott* Yellow Pearl/Girls ‎(7", Single) Vertigo 6059 401 France 1980
SOLO 3 Philip Lynott* Yellow Pearl The Theme From Top Of The Pops ‎(7", Single, lar) Phonogram SOLO 3 UK 1980