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Southeastern ~ Jason Isbell
Southeastern ~ Jason Isbell
5.0 out of 5 stars doing it right, 13 Dec 2013
Not since 1968 when I couldn't get to sleep without a cassette of Big Pink have I heard a more cohesive set of songs. Its not that there are no fillers but they are all great. Isbell is the one to watch now.
Finding Fogerty: Interdisciplinary Readings of Joh&hellip by Thomas M. Kitts
The book is well written and focussed, as you'd expect from academics as opposed to rock journalists. While it doesn't tell an informed fan anything they wouldn't necessarily already know, it does provide some depth in approaching Fogerty's music and legacy from a variety of contexts: education, socio- political, economic, philosophical / hermeneutic, psychological etc. I enjoyed it. Timothy Gray says it best describing Fogerty's preferred territory as an open landscape of vanishing dreams.
Science of Logic by Georg Hegel
Science of Logic by Georg Hegel
Another rubbish electronic copy with bits missing etc. Think I'll stick with downloading pdf's and go to 'text to speech' on the iMac. These are the greatest books ever written and the morons who cauterise them like this should be shot.