S. Fuller

Helpful votes received on reviews: 84% (26 of 31)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,465,446 - Total Helpful Votes: 26 of 31
Any Day Now: David Bowie The London Years (1947-19&hellip by Kevin Cann
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Authorative, 10 Feb 2011
Being an uber-Bowie fan, there comes a point with Bowie books where you get all the same stories, same photos, again and again.

This really does surprise, with so much in-depth detail I'd never read before, and new photos. An absolute joy to read.
A Reality Tour ~ David Bowie
A Reality Tour ~ David Bowie
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb live album, 23 Dec 2009
Yes this is money for old rope for us Bowie die-hards, but I'm sure gonna end up listening to this on my ipod a hell of a lot more than the DVD.

There is no denying the music on offer here. Bowie's voice is rich and seemingly fully recovered after quitting smoking at the start of the decade. His band ranks up there with one of his best with each track perfectly judged and represented. Bowie shied away from performing his greatest hits in the ninties as he felt it detracted from the work he was doing at the time. He later confessed he didn't have the confidence in his new work. With the creative return to form of "Heathen" and "Reality" under his belt, Bowie here mixes old… Read more
The "Beatles": The Biography by Bob Spitz
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Being before my time, I really wanted to get the inside story on the Beatles and the wonderful music coming forth from my CD player.

This really fit the bill, an insightful and informative account of the Beatles history. Obviously i can't vouch for it's accuracy, but there is little doubt that it has been empeccably researched.

The only criticism i would have is that the early years are exhaustively recounted, but things seem to speed up towards the end, with the result that by comparisson the later stuff like the White Album, Get Back sessions, and Abbey Road is glossed over. A shame as this is my favourite Beatles era. Never the less, it still much enhanced my… Read more