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My Seinfeld Year (Kindle Single)
My Seinfeld Year (Kindle Single)
Price: £1.49

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great inside look as well as a touching narrative, 30 April 2013
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I loved the inside looks that came with the Seinfeld DVDs, this book satisfied my craving for a more intimate look at what it was like behind the scenes of my favourite show. Fred details some pretty awkward encounters between himself and the other writers and actors from the show, including Larry and Jerry (who come off a tad mean spirited at times) as well as the performers who played Kramer and Elaine (who sound a lot more down to earth).

Although I originally bought this to hear backstage tales from the show, Fred also tells a very endearing story and I look forward to reading his other book for more insight into his life as a bit part actor. I'm not sure if someone who was not a fan of Seinfeld or remembered the storylines would enjoy this as much as I did, but it's certainly well worth a read.


Me & Home James
Me & Home James
Price: £7.49

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Electro-pop meets country (ish), 5 Jun. 2011
This review is from: Me & Home James (MP3 Download)
If the title of this review sounds like a jam and mustard sandwich, don't let it put you off- this album is a treat. The band has drifted far enough away from their electronic roots to make it work, while still maintaining a firm hand on the synthesizer.

While the beauty of the album is the journey it takes you on; there are some stand out tracks. The xylophone has well and truly been traded in for a bale of hay in "The Redrock Mountain", great fast country rock. "The Woman in the Window" is an ethereal track with delicate lyrics that swish back and forth. The chemistry between the two vocalists is tangible during the harmonies in "These were the things...", which seamlessly blends into "Sailors", an oldie but a goodie and a track which will satisfy the die hard Morton V fans.

The female lead's ability to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end comes through as the album nears to a close in "I'm Gonna Stand by You", shades of Emiliana Torrini in that respect. A talent echoed in the bands previous album in tracks like Sequin Smile.

Superb album. Already excited to hear their next offering....


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