The bands debut album released in 1971 was produced by Nick Taber in Dublin – it was originally released on the Decca label. Lizzy's eponymously-titled album offers true, heartfelt Celtic flavour in The Friendly Ranger at Clontarf Castle, the sobering Erie, and the upbeat Return of the Farmer's Son. The boys get into serious rocking form on Look What the Wind Blew In, while the stoic Bell showcases the influence of legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix on the rapid fire, funk 'n' rollin' Ray-Gun.
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