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The Village by the Sea by Anita Desai
The Village by the Sea by Anita Desai
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting.., 10 Oct 2013
I bought this for my niece as gift. Surprisingly she asked me more about India. What can I say, I have to read it too.. in the third world country, it's common to see such a life. But the most important for my niece education is how we face the world.
Christie ~ Christie
Christie ~ Christie
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Finding Christie is like finding my childhood,back in the early 70's. I knew Christie from my dad's Top of The Pops audio cassettes. It's really a long journey for me to find it. Name it, "Yellow River" and the ultimate one (for me), "Iron Horse". All are written by the man of the band, Jeff Christie (vocal & bass). I also found another hit that I missed the tittle for long time, "Every Now and Then" (written by guitarist Vic Elmes)
I'd like to give it 5 stars, since I love this compilation. But for the sound, it reduced to 4. Although for me it's OK since it's made in 70's audio technologies. I don't know what/how many track recording they used, but I found it sound like mono. I'm not… Read more
Casiopea ~ Casiopea With Synchronized Dna
Casiopea ~ Casiopea With Synchronized Dna
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
In my place, Casiopea is well-known, especially in 80s when original member (Isei Noro, Akira Jimbo, Tetsuo Sakurai, Minoru Mukaiya) still on the stage. Their performance was a blast in fussion gig. If you like fusion bands like Mezzoforte, Yellow jacket, Koinonia, Fourplay, etc, then you will like Casiopea.
This live album, was a recorded live performance in 85, not far from the time I saw them with my very eyes. The song they play here almost all their hits at that time. In this performance also, they use wireless guitars/basses, which was unusual at that time. "Looking up", "Piece of Mind", "Down upbeat", "Galactic Funk", really shock me. But the ultimate one for me is Tetsuo… Read more