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Transcendental Waterfall / Guitar Excursions 1963 &hellip ~ John Fahey
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning box set, 15 Jun 2013
I won't review the music here. If you are reading this you most likely know what to expect, and if you want to find out more about the music you can read reviews written for the individual LPs elsewhere on Amazon. Needless to say, the music is superb.
The LPs are all pressed on 180gram vinyl, and are as follows:

Blind Joe Death
Death Chants, Breakdowns, and Military Waltzes
Dance of Death & Other Plantation Favourites
The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party and Other Excursions
The Transiguration of Blind Joe Death
Days Have Gone By

This review is mainly of the product itself. I held off buying a copy for a while, due to some concern over… Read more
Opeth Cloaked Figure Longsleeve Men's Shirt Plastic Head
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not great quality, 16 May 2012
First of all this shirt is a Fruit of the Loom value weight long-sleeve t-shirt. I find these smaller than Gildan shirts, and this meant that a medium was too small for me (unlike with Gildans). Also, for 18 I would expect a heavy weight shirt, not a cheaper alternative, which is very thin in comparison. The front print is a little grainy compared to the quality of print on the Opeth Orchid Lyric 2009 Men's T-Shirt, which is superb, and is printed on a Fruit of the Loom heavy weight. The back print to this shirt looks good and clear. Can't comment on whether the print will last long after washing though, as I sent mine back due to… Read more
Redemption At The Puritan's Hand ~ Primordial
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The album is superb of course, and I'm not going to comment upon this, as the other reviews here do a fine enough job. The bonus dvd with this limited edition version is disappointing though. It clocks in at just 13 minutes, and although you get some insight into the concept behind a couple of the songs, and the album as a whole via interviews with vocalist A. A. Nemtheanga, which are pretty interesting, it seems to lack the quality of the dvd bonus materials that were present of the reissues of the back catalogue on Metal Blade. There is also some rehersal footage of the band in full flow, but the sound quality is pretty poor compared to the cd (inevitable as it's a rehersal I suppose)… Read more

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