Lee Lucas

"intruder369"
Everybody Pays To Play
Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,454
Helpful votes received on reviews: 69% (451 of 656)
Location: Birmingham England
Birthday: 13 Dec
In My Own Words:
Progressive, rock, pop, folk and anything that is played and performed well. Other interests are in sound. I love DVD's recorded in DTS and 5.1 surround mixes, and panned awesomely.

Interests
Music and Computers. And the odd pint of beer.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,454 - Total Helpful Votes: 451 of 656
Sennheiser HD485 Open Headphone by Sennheiser
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Cans..., 11 Jun 2014
Wow I cannot believe how many peeps here got these cans to use on their portable devices such as mobile phones and mp3 players and for me they might just too big for that use, and I still use my Sennheiser PX 100's for my phone. But what I can say about the Sennheiser HD485 Open Back Headphones is they are a very good set of cans I have recently only just got in mint condition second hand from ebay for some 16.80p.

The headphones are now very much deleted has are my Wireless RS130's but as I was having a spot of trouble with them having dropped them a couple of times, and with them having a short some where having to give them a whack now and then to get both speakers to work. I… Read more
My Babe ~ Roy Buchanan
My Babe ~ Roy Buchanan
Perhaps more of a Paul Jacobs album this one and even for 1980 may have been very much way out with the times, but never the less Roy's 8th studio album had plenty of rock n ' roll and soul about it and the opening 3 tracks "You Gotta Let Me Know" "My Babe" and "It Should've Been Me" have some fine keyboard playing as well as singing from Jacob's here.

"Secret Love" is perhaps the first time we really get to hear Roy do anything and he does a fine instrumental version of this old classic and his guitar sings as well as Jacobs himself. "Lack Of Funk" picks up and funks up the album with some fine licks from Roy and the bassist Gordon Johnson… Read more
Live in Japan ~ Roy Buchanan
Live in Japan ~ Roy Buchanan
Recorded during a two week tour of Japan in 1977 this live album Live In Japan is one heck of a truly fantastic live album of Roy's. There is no doubt to me Roy was always at his best on stage and with his familiar band members Malcolm Lukens -Keyboards. John Harrison - Bass and Byrd Foster - Drums & vocals Roy entertains the Japanese with a real treat and class performance. The album strangely enough was only ever released in Japan at the time by his old record company Polydor Records who still had franchise over his non north American output.

The album kicks off superbly with "Soul Dressing" which has some blistering notes flying from Roy's guitar and really is a super… Read more

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