o dubhthaigh

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 64% (35 of 55)
Location: north rustico, pei, canada
Birthday: 1 July
In My Own Words:
a bit of canadian driftwood washed ashore in the midatlantic, o dubhtaigh shreds his thyme pursuing the lotus mysteries of miles, martin and thich nhat hanh, all the while practicing acadian foot tapping and cape breton steps. he's been known to hum tunes by nguyen le while contemplating rothko and motherwell and once was able to recite all the chord changes of steve howe and robert fripp while po… Read more
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,891,445 - Total Helpful Votes: 35 of 55
Together Alone (Standard Cristal) ~ Alex Hepburn
5.0 out of 5 stars Forget Lorde., 18 Mar 2014
Alex has the juice. Lorde is a Taylor Swift knock off; Alex is Janis come back to life. Any questions?
G I R L ~ Pharrell Williams
G I R L ~ Pharrell Williams
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Meaningless pop, 18 Mar 2014
This aint all that. Happy is a cute tune, the rest is retread confections for girls. You know, kinda like Whacko Jacko without the pedophilia.
Empire and Love ~ The Imagined Village
Empire and Love ~ The Imagined Village
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Leaden, 20 Jan 2011
While the first record was a mixed bag, but often a beguiling one, this effort plods along with a tediousness that sucks the air out of a room. I recognize and appreciate all that the Waterson Carthy Amalgamation has produced, but there is a sameness to absolutely everything they do that sends me reaching for the Next button all the time. Shedding Weller, Bragg and Copper was a mistake. Weller has moved on to great acclaim this year and Bragg brings an urgency and dynamic to any effort just by standing in the room. Copper's intonations on the first record gave this gang a rootedness and underscored just what was at stake in any pre-realestate-bubble collapse in any landscape. In short, it… Read more

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