Terje Myller

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Location: Norway


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No Guru No Method No Teacher ~ Van Morrison
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Sadly, this brilliant piece of musical work has never quite gotten the recognition it deserves. Sure, among all those great albums from Van the Man, the competition is tough. But still, is there any of his other albums that can match the pure spirituality of No Guru No Method No Teacher? I'm not sure. Well, Astral Weeks. Perhaps. In fact, No Guru is, in my mind at least, a direct descendent from that legendary album. Different sound, of course. Bigger production. New songs. But the same music, that deep deep forgiving enlightening philosophical beautiful music. Enough said. Not having this album in your collection is a crime against yourself. Just be sure to buy this 2008 remastered release… Read more
The Best Of The Mono Box ~ Bob Dylan
Should you buy this one-CD-intro to the Mono box? Maybe. It would be a great present to a friend who for some reason is not already a Dylan fan. He / she will then have a nice, not quite ordinary, mix of songs from the 60's, with the best sound ever given to these recordings, at least on CD.

For yourself, buy the box. I know you can afford it. It's such a rewarding experience to almost feel this great artists' presence straight in front of you, playing all that superb music, just for you. Yes, such is the sound quality: Crisp, detailed, clear, unveiled.

Songs shift character with differing sounds. The wide, majestic, velvety sound which the 2003 Reissue Series for… Read more
Contemporary Wedding Photography by Julie Oswin
26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 12 July 2009
Unfortunately for this book, I bought Digital Wedding Photography by Glen Johnson at the same time. In Johnson's book I get to learn that there are roughly three wedding photography styles, Traditional wedding photography (lots of formal poses), Photojournalistic-style (unwrapping the story), and Portrait journalism (leaning toward fashion styles). I wouldn't know from this book. Even more interesting, each style generate a different business model, Johnson shows me. But I learn nothing about these important matters from this book, which seems to be unaware of any style other than the one that the writers prefer. The business aspect is after all an important part of it, but this book only… Read more