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Sun And Water
Sun And Water

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Refreshing!, 16 May 2009
This review is from: Sun And Water (MP3 Download)
Finally a new band who play what comes naturally to them, and it really shows in this tune. Absolutly love it. Melodic and catchy while sounding completely unique and very real. Moves you in all the right places. Very refreshing in todays scene. BUY IT!!!!!

Bangkok to BC: Chasing Sunsets
Bangkok to BC: Chasing Sunsets
by Wolf E. Boy
Edition: Hardcover

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Suprisingly captivating and inspirational, 13 May 2007
I started reading this journal with the idea of just reading the sections set in places i have been, however, a page or two in and your suprisingly captivated. You feel a real bond with the author in his honest approach to writing.

Up for anything (literally!), Wolf E Boy's dives head first into travelling, half planned and organised, half drunk impulsive decisions which leads to some crazy situations. But as he staggers around the world he still manages to educate you about the things he learns for the first time about people, places and different cultures.

I don't know if the journal was written just for himself, or with a view for others to read it but, if you have been travelling this may help to relive some lost moments, if you are planning to go, this book could act as an honest guide, if you have no plans to go, it may well inspire you into the travel agents!

Catch A Fire
Catch A Fire
Price: 6.31

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic marley, unbeatable, 19 Dec 2004
This review is from: Catch A Fire (Audio CD)
If your up for a taste of Bob like you've never heard him before this is it. It was his first album with Island Records and probably his best. With Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer still in the band they created a master piece, it sounds more raw and simple than the later Marley albums with some beautiful male harmonys. The opening song 'Concrete jungle' is probably my favourte Marley tune ever with an awesome intro and beautiful groove throughout along with one of the best guitar solo's of all time.
High tide or low tide is the most under appreciated Marley song ever. Its soooo nice it deserves to be a world wide sing along and should have been on legend. The rest of the album is amazing, never over produced and always tasteful. A MUST have for any Marley fan, reggae fan or human being.

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