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Mr. C. J. Davidson

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 84% (138 of 165)
Location: Cumbria
Birthday: 21 Feb
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 659,804 - Total Helpful Votes: 138 of 165
The Way Back [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Colin Farrell
The Way Back [DVD] DVD ~ Colin Farrell
19 of 27 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Abombinable show, man., 17 Jun 2011
It's said that you should never let the truth get in the way of a good story. All those involved in this shambles of a movie were quite happy to cast the truth aside but forgot to replace it with anything approaching a good story, which is nothing short of criminal seeing as it was all there to begin with in Slavomir Rawicz's astonishingly good book The Long Walk. I bought this movie on the back of reading his epic tale of the triumph of the human spirit over the inhumanity of war, false imprisonment, mental and physical torture and the cruelty of the Soviet Gulag system of prison camps. A story of comradeship overcoming all nature could throw at them, from sub-zero Siberia to the Gobi… Read more
Hey Ma ~ James
Hey Ma ~ James
4.0 out of 5 stars mmm ... chocolate !!!, 25 Jun 2008
"My works about words and sounds you can taste, violins and trumpets, chocolate cakes" sings Tim Booth halfway through this majestic, triumphant return, and so sums up both Hey Ma, and James working methods.This is mood music.Every piece here is picked from the many they improvise because it displays a mood, a feeling, a melody, hypnotic patterns that the band can't let go of and have to persevere with until Tim Booth forms the words and images that compliment them.All woven together to form songs that affect the head and the heart.It manages to be emotionally and intellectually stimulating.
I mean you can read the words and nod in agreement and think what a clever couplet/verse etc… Read more
Me And Mr. Johnson ~ Eric Clapton
Me And Mr. Johnson ~ Eric Clapton
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This is another one of those albums that to me just begs a review, if only because of the wide gulf that exists between some of the criticism attached to it on these very pages and the sheer enjoyment that come with listening to it.I mean if this is mall music as one reviewer wrote, then i must be shopping in all the wrong places.
Now I'm no Eric Clapton fan, this being the only album of his i own, and purchased only for its association with the legendary Robert Johnson, but i can certainly appreciate what he has done with these classic songs.Mr Johnson's originals may well be some of the most influential music every recorded,but we should not forget just how raw they were.One bluesman… Read more

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