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Eleanor McEvoy: Love Must Be Tough
(2 of 2 found this review helpful)
October 6, 2008
When you open the digipak the first thing you see is “ Proudly Presenting-The South King Street Band-featuring arrangements by Peter Beckett and vocals by Eleanor McEvoy.” After listening to the album that sums it up pretty darn good. This is unlike the other two Eleanor discs that I have, Early ...
Anne Roos: A Light in the Forest
(3 of 3 found this review helpful)
March 29, 2008
John in his review wasn't to thrilled with this release. Being as I had already ordered but not received it I was disappointed and felt I had wasted my money. As it turns out I throughly enjoy this album and it definitly wasn't of money. I have no problem with his description of this album as New ...
Roy Orbison: Black & White Night
(4 of 5 found this review helpful)
July 4, 2005
A very nice DVD/SACD set. It's good to watch the performance because it helps to enhance the listening experience of the SACD. The video of the concert performance is good but a little disconcerting. It's strange to hear the strings behind you while they are spotlighted by the video in front of ...
John Hiatt: Master of Disaster
(6 of 6 found this review helpful)
June 23, 2005
I had not heard John Hiatt previously but had heard of him. This album is a cross between the sonics of a David Elias SACD and a Bob Dylanesque voice. John voice is gravelly but not piercing. Songs and arrangements similar to the new David Elias album. After listening in surround tried to listen ...
Elton John: Tumbleweed Connection
(2 of 4 found this review helpful)
June 14, 2005
This has always been my favorite Elton John album. Liner notes say they were inspired by The Band's earthy music for this album and it shows in its' country tinge. This isn't a typical Elton John album in that it had no hit songs and wasn't nearly as pop. A definite country/rock feel to the album ...