James N. Boyce

Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (60 of 76)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 776,865 - Total Helpful Votes: 60 of 76
Jake Bugg <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Jake-Bugg/dp/artist-redirect/B009OWNKY8">Jake Bugg</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
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4.0 out of 5 stars TALENTED BUGGER, 28 Feb 2013
I probably can't add much to what's been said by the majority, but Jake Bugg's debut album is a highly enjoyable and worthwhile collection. I'm not going to lump him into the company of the music legends just yet as he's only put out one album, but if he's still putting out quality albums and moving in different directions in the future he might join that exalted company.
Making Movies ~ Dire Straits
Making Movies ~ Dire Straits
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5.0 out of 5 stars REEL MUSIC, 16 Feb 2013
Dire Straits Making Movies album from 1980 is their defining statement and their best ever album. Listening to it after all these years hasn't dulled it's magnificence, and despite the out of place Les Boys it's a wonderful and timeless album. The sprawling Tunnel Of Love begins proceedings with great aplomb and it doesn't let up there, the sensitive Romeo And Juliet keeps standards high and Skateaway soars also,a brilliantly rhythmic track and probably my favourite on the album. The original side two kicks off with the rocking Expresso Love and the lovely Hand In Hand, then the fastest song on the album Solid Rock speeds Dire Straits towards the anticlimax of Les Boys and it's cabaret… Read more
Move Like This ~ The Cars
Move Like This ~ The Cars
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4.0 out of 5 stars WORTH THE WAIT, 27 May 2011
Like most fans i never thought the Cars would reunite ever, especially after the sad loss of Ben Orr, but with the release of Move Like This it's become reality. I guess like most fans the idea of a reunion was a thrilling thing, but also with it comes a little trepidation on whether it will be as good as it once was. I can honestly say that Move Lke This is mostly a triumph, sorry about the car pun, and i would say it's there best record since Shake It Up in '81. The album kicks off with one of the highlights of the whole project the track Blue Tip, with it's quirky Greg Hawkes keyboard noises and Elliot Easton's jerky guitar work, plus a catchy chorus that evokes Cars hits of old. The… Read more

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