Recorded during Thin Lizzy's first Australian tour in 1978 (at a huge festival), Boys Are Back In Town was released for the first time in America through Rhino nearly 20 years after the actual concert (it was available as a Japanese import for years). The tour featured the Black Rose line-up of Lizzy - singer/bassist Phil Lynott, plus guitarists Scott Gorham and Gary Moore - but regular drummer Brian Downey was replaced by session-man Mark Nauseef for the shows (Downey remained behind to sort out 'personal problems' and would later re-join). Despite the sudden disappearance of a founding member, this brief line-up was still able to create the expected excitement of a Lizzy show…
Mike Mahler decided to invite Nate Morrison, Steve Maxwell, and Steve Cotter to join him in Las Vegas for a weekend seminar and a chance to share their knowledge. If you want to learn the most efficient way to use kettle bells for endurance and work capacity, then you need to know how Russian professionals use kettle bells. Steve Cotter went all the way to Russia to learn from the best in the world and his section on the clean, swing, snatch, and jerk is the best out there. In addition to Cotter's exceptional kettle bell instruction, he took it one step further with his chi-kung section. This is exactly what you need to add to your training regimen.
This tribute to Thin Lizzy features members of Iron Maiden, Ozzy Osbourne, Motorhead, and Grim Reaper reworking versions of the metal classics "Jailbreak," "Boys Are Back in Town," "Cowboy Song," "Chinatown," "Killer on the Loose," and "Dancing in the Moonlight." Fanatics of the band may want this to complete their collections but everyone else should stick to the originals.
Essential album by Backstreet Boys was released Oct 22, 2013 on the Legacy label. Essential is a 2-disc set with 29 songs.
A live performance of songs from the Backstreet Boys "In a World Like This" and "I Want It That Way" at show America's Got Talent 2013.