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P. F. Jeffery

"Pet Jeffery"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 78% (114 of 147)
Location: London
Birthday: 8 July
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 60,233 - Total Helpful Votes: 114 of 147
Esther Williams Collection 2: Tcm Spotlight [DVD] &hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Van Johnson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is a superb collection of Esther Williams classics.

Although sold as a Region 1 boxed set, I found that five of the six discs of my copy (and I assume all other copies) are Region 0, and will play perfectly on an ordinary UK (or other European) DVD player. The sole Region 1 disc in the set is "Easy to Love", which is a shame as the Busby Berkeley choreographed water skiing sequence that forms the climax is unmissable. Fortunately, the film is available elsewhere as a Region 2 disc. Easy to Love That's a Spanish DVD, but it's very easy to watch in English without subtitles, using the menu and a little common… Read more
Bye Bye Manchester ~ Melanie Pain
Bye Bye Manchester ~ Melanie Pain
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Exquisite, 28 Dec 2012
Melanie Pain was frontwoman for Nouvelle Vague, and is now making a solo career. This is her second solo album. (The first was the indispensable 'My Name'.)

I recently saw Nouvelle Vague perform live, with Melanie pain as their support act. A person standing next to me was confused, believing that Melanie Pain's set was the main band, and was surprised by the mistaken belief that Nouvelle Vague had finished so early. On that basis, I confidently predict that -- if you enjoyed Nouvelle Vague's albums -- you'll take at least as much pleasure in 'Bye Bye Manchester'.

'Bye Bye Manchester' is, I think, even better than 'My Name'. If you like breathy French female… Read more
Heartland ~ Client
Heartland ~ Client
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I expect that Amazon will mix this up with the other reviews of 'Heartland', and would like to make it clear that I'm reviewing the German edition with a bonus DVD.

Client belong amongst my all time top six favourite bands. (Top six, that is, including duos.) To give a measure of my taste, the other five are (in no particular order) Goldfrapp, Uh Huh Her, Shampoo, Daphne & Celeste and Girls Aloud. Of these six favourites, Client were the bleakest, but exquisitely enjoyable for all of that. I would give five stars to each of Client's albums, and count myself extremely fortunate that I managed to see them live several times before Kate and Sarah went their separate ways… Read more

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