My SECOND Thin Lizzy book, an action-packed sequel to Fighting My Way
Back: Thin Lizzy 69-76.
As the back cover blurb sez...
In the follow-up to Fighting My Way Back: Thin Lizzy 69-76, Popoff picks
up the rough 'n' tumble Lizzy saga just as the band stressed and strived
for a worthy follow-up to their Jailbreak breakthrough. The result was
Johnny The Fox, one of the band's finest albums, only to be followed by a
string of records that placed Lizzy amongst the most revered acts within
the realm of hard rock royalty. Bad Reputation, Live And Dangerous, Black
Rose, Chinatown ... the band's mid-years catalogue is undeniably
superlative, and this is the story of those records inside and out.
As with Pt. 1 of the story, Martin has endeavored to provide reams of
fresh interview footage to support his fresh telling of the tale,
additionally stuffing the book with photography and memorabilia shots upon
most every page.
Immerse yourself in Popoff's celebrated record-by-record methodology and
emerge a rejuvenated Lizzy fan, newly appreciative of the deep album
tracks hiding within this singular band's sparkling, most storied years,
tracks that are still being played today by a Thin Lizzy without Phil. The
boys are back in town, indeed!
The book's 256 pages include 262 rare, archival black & white photos and
memorabilia shots to accompany my usual in-depth track-by-track
play-by-play type o' crazy biog.
Fresh new interviews for this book included (and most a few times), Scott
Gorham, Brian Downey, Gary Moore, Brian Robertson, Dave Flett, Kit
Woolven, Jimmy Bain, Darren Wharton, Clive Edwards, Laurence Archer, three
punks and a bunch of cool quotes from folks who toured with Lizzy, knew
Phil etc. As well, historical press interviews help flesh out this tale of
the glory years.
This book is completely sold out!