'Thin Lizzy: The Boys Are Back - The True Story' Book + DVD Due This Month
Abstract Sounds Books will release the "Thin Lizzy: The Boys Are Back - The True Story" book plus four-DVD set on March 28.
A description of the set reads as follows: "Featuring a masterful and comprehensive text by Dave Thompson plus a comprehensive track by track analysis by Robert M. Corich, this unique production also includes four interview DVDs packed with candid film and audio interviews with past and present members. A heartfelt recollection from Philomena Lynott, mother of the late great Phil Lynott, is an unmissable addition. The interviewees span all eras of the band’s history and include original members Phil Lynott, Eric Bell, Brian Robertson, Snowy White and John Sykes. Insider interviews include the men who made LIZZY what they were including key producers, managers and album sleeve designers. The archive interviews with the band and insiders are compared and contrasted with the views of a leading team of music journalists, insiders and musicologists. This uncensored and independent title has not been viewed or approved by the band or its management and is completely free to tell the unvarnished story of the band as it really happened. The contents of this amazing book and DVD combination are completely essential reading and viewing for THIN LIZZY fans everywhere."
Says Philomena Lynott: "My son was the greatest rock star that ever was or ever will be."
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