My Dad found this cd when we were in MOntana at a used CD store. He bought it for 5 dollars. It is the best live album ive ever heard and i love classic rock. im 21. A night in the life of a blues singer has entered my sould since the first day i heard it. if i lost mine I would be willing to pay 500 dollars for it. so buy it. its good for the soul.!!!!
The red rocker returns with a 17 track collection of live greatest hits that spans his entire career! From his work with the seminal band Montrose, through his days with the mighty Van Halen and his work as a platinum selling solo artist, Hallelujah is a must have for any fan of Sammy Hagar and good ole’ rock and roll! The DVD also includes some very special, once in a lifetime performances with ex Van Halen singer Gary Cherone who joins Sammy for ”when its love” and Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony who lends his signature bass talents and backup vocals to ”Right Now.”
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This CD contains the best song ever written by lynott, “A Night in the life of a blues singer”. Throw an ear on John Sykes’ solos on the song. Each of them is brilliant. The “quintessence” of guitar playing.
The outstanding track on this album is “the holy war” including one of Phils more outstanding riffs. this is a definate MUST have for a true Lizzy archive.
This disc is a must for Lizzy fans! As far as i can tell, not a single overdub.Raw,in your face,and laced with melancholy, as this is Thin Lizzy’s last show with Phillip! Recorded at the Reading rock festival in 83.The final moments of this gig,you can really hear the sadness in Phils voice. I agree with the other reviewer,”A night in the life of a blues singer” oh my god! John Sykes is feeling the end of this band,and his solo will rip your friggin heart out!! Get it..
Great, grungy set that contains definitive versions of a lot of later Lizzy material (“Waiting on an Alibi”, “Thunder and Lightning”, etc.). These guys were one of the great live bands of their day — they almost always sounded better live, in fact — and as such all three of their live releases should be mandatory purchases for the true rock fan. Classic stuff.