Thin Lizzy (Phil Lynott 1949 - 1986 ) Gary Moore (1952 - 2011) Remembered
For over a decade Thin Lizzy was one of the most successful rock bands in the world. The trio of Phil Lynott (bass player), drummer Brian Downey and a string of flamboyant lead guitarists including Scott Gorham, Gary Moore and Snowy White, gave the world a taste of Celtic Rock,
Maradona - The Scudetto's, the Cocaine and The Camorra Part One Of Two
When Diego Armando Maradona joined Barcelona following the 1982 World Cup for a then world record transfer fee of £5m it was for most, a logical and evolutionary move for a player already deemed one of the best players in the world and one who's star was most definitely on the rise.
In the Summer of 1977, Argentina’s World Cup was one year away. Argentina as hosts, were condemned to Friendly matches in preparations for their World Cup. To test themselves against worthy European Competition that they would surely be facing, the Argentine Federation invited many European nations to play vs. the national team that summer
A Short History of the Music Video (1894-1979)
A music or pop video is a short film to accompany a piece of music and or song. At first they were described as "illustrated songs", "filmed inserts", "promotional (promo) films", "promotional clips" or "film clips". Music videos came to use a wide range of styles from film making, including animation, live action filming, documentaries, and non-narrative approaches such as abstract film.