Mr. J. R. Mullett

"J R M"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 99% (75 of 76)
Location: London, England
 

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SHURE M97XE Players Cartridges by Shure
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Its difficult to make a blanket recommendation for a cartridge because its a very personal thing. I've owned several MM carts, most recently an AT120e and a 2M Red. Both of these I found too bright in my set up (1210 with an RB300 on a Origin Live armboard, Funk Anchromat and Isonoe feet feeding the MM stage in a Rega Brio R). A friend told me to give this a try, which was a leap of faith as Shure are fairly out of fashion in the UK. And I really like it's sound - it seems to roll off the treble and have a warm, rounded mid range. I can understand why other people have described the sound as 'boxy', but I can only describe it as warm and even less helpfully as 'friendly'. I can't say that I… Read more
Hugh Johnson's Wine Journal by Hugh Johnson
Hugh Johnson's Wine Journal by Hugh Johnson
If you already have Hugh's Pocket Wine books from the last few years, a lot of the text in this will be familiar. Virtually all the pictures in the book are from photo libraries. Having said that its a very well made book, the pages are made from a lovely weighty paper, and the original text has the usual Johnson-esq tone of wise words delivered as impartial advice from a friend. If you want to record the odd note about an enjoyable bottle then this is worth having, its cheaper than other purpose-prinited wine journals. However it will quickly be filled by a serious wine journal-keeper and the advice is too short and recycled to be of much use as a wine guide. A nice gift, but not a… Read more
The Hudson Affair: Keith Hudson and Friends ~ Keith Hudson
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Essential Jamaican music, 6 April 2010
Hudson is one of those 'cult' fugures in Jamaican music that seem to be more popular outside of Jamaica than at home. However his catalogue of early 45's contained many hits, all present here along with some brilliant, more obscure recordings. His later solo work might not be to everyone's taste, however as this comp shows, he produced some of the best music in Jamaica in the pre-roots era (1970 - 73). This double cd contains music unobtainable elsewhere, and since Trojan's recent sale to Universal it's becoming scarce. If, like me, you already have the early 90's comp 'Studio Kinda Cloudy' don't pass this over - it contains nearly 3 times as many cut's and has excellent sleeve notes. Like… Read more

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