Peter Higginbotham

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (106 of 122)
Location: West Yorkshire, England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 139,370 - Total Helpful Votes: 106 of 122
Imago <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Imago-Beccy-Owen/dp/artist-redirect/B00GUATXKW">Beccy Owen</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
An album full of delights - words and images that linger with you, catchy tunes, and virtuoso singing and playing. The songs chart the progress of a love affair and Beccy's lyrics are poignant, witty, and often spine-tinglingly sensuous - peppered with images of fingers, lips and tongues. Her piano playing is exquisite, and her voice - often reminiscent of Joni Mitchell - can be fragile and vulnerable or full of power, sometimes soaring from one to the other in a single phrase. An outstanding song is the haunting and tender "You Can't Afford to Feel It". Hopefully this album will bring Beccy's music to an even wider audience.
People Of The Abyss (Illustrated) by Jack London
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice edition, 22 Mar 2013
Nice to have original photos by Jack London included. Also properly typeset unlike many of the other reprints of this work.
Walking Dickensian London by Richard Jones
Walking Dickensian London by Richard Jones
One small correction - in his "Docklands" walk, Mr Jones asserts that the workhouse described in Dickens' "The Uncommercial Traveller" was the St-George's-in-the-East workhouse at what is now Farthing Fields. This is incorrect. The Wapping workhouse, run by the Stepney Union, was at the south side of Green Bank, where St Patrick's Church now stands.

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