Scott Gorham Tried To Change Sound of Thin Lizzy Offshoot
Once the decision had been made to drop Phil Lynott's band name and use a new one, he wanted to draw a line between the two acts. But he accepts it was a futile exercise – and he's happy with the results of their studio efforts.
Gorham tells May The Rock Be With You: "I was constantly trying to drag everyone away from the Lizzy thing, just because I'm figuring we're going to do a new album, new band, new sound, new everything. But you couldn't help it.
"It's going to sound like a Thin Lizzy album by default, just because I'm in there – because of the way I write and play and all that. Then you've got Ricky Warwick; the lyrics on this are just unbelievably good. Damon Johnson is a giant in this band and his writing leans towards the Lizzy side." more
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