As the back cover blurb sez...

Dublin's Thin Lizzy have become one of the most revered cult acts of all time, studious and discerning fans of hard rock the world over reveling in the storytelling acumen of the legendary Philip Lynott and the craft and class of his band.

Fighting My Way Back: Thin Lizzy 69 - 76, through numerous new interviews with most of the principles involved and a mountain of painstaking research, examines the band's suite of six records culminating in 1976's superlative and sparkling Jailbreak, home of such hits as Cowboy Song, Emerald, Jailbreak and The Boys Are Back In Town.

Thin Lizzy, Shades Of A Blue Orphanage, Vagabonds Of The Western World, Nightlife, Fighting and then momentously Jailbreak... along the way, alcohol and drugs wreak havoc between band members, producers and managers, but despite lineup changes and a mostly grinding, rockscrabble existence, Ireland's favourite sons persevere to experience, finally, the smash hit record they'd deserved for so long.

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 often forgotten early years...

The book's 280 pages include 238 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), Eric Bell, Scott Gorham, Brian Downey, Gary Moore and Brian Robertson along with a couple of managers in Terry O'Neill and Ted Carroll, producers Nick Tauber and Ron Nevison, Nigel Grange from Vertigo, Frank Murray who kept it all together on the road, cover artist Jim Fitzpatrick, and a range of others. As well, historical press interviews helped bring out the real Phil in all his dastardly guises.

OK, the usual... books will be signed by me to you, so make clear if it's a Christmas present - getting a lot of that this time of year.

Price including shipping:

US orders
$34.00
US funds
Int'l orders
(air mail)
$45.00
Cdn. funds
Canadian orders
$38.00
Cdn. funds


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Email me at martinp@inforamp.net with any further questions, and see www.martinpopoff.com for descriptions, cover art and ordering info for my other available 30 or so books. Nice savings on shipping can be had if you take a few things, and as you know, I'm always good for swingin' a deal for two books or more. Just email me for a quote.