C. Cook

"Monkey-man"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 65% (68 of 104)
Location: Where in the world am I? HEAVEN!
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 955,276 - Total Helpful Votes: 68 of 104
Chicco KeyFit & KeyFit30 Infant Car Seat Base - An&hellip by Chicco
I purchased this fantastic car-seat-base just four years ago (when 10 billion pounds was really worth something as opposed to the mere pocket money it is these days). It served me terribly well and really changed the way I view infant car-seat-bases. Sadly, my children have now out-grown their car-seat-base and are really in need of a new seating arrangemnow well used and has seen several days use ent in the back of my Skoda Estelle. As a result, I now have a second-hand Chicco KeyFit & KeyFit30 Infant Car Seat Base - Anthracite for sale. I have knocked 20 off the normal asking price since it is no longer in pristine condition - I hope this seems reasonable. If you are interested in… Read more
Fur And Gold ~ Bat for Lashes
Fur And Gold ~ Bat for Lashes
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I saw the end half of Bat for Lashes performing live last night and they were stunning. A female four-piece headed by the beautiful Natasha Khan with her intimate, original and mesmerizing vocals. The band played a series of strange instruments (one of

Natasha banged against the floor to create an echoey drum-like sound.

The gig was advertised very much as a solo artist with accompniments however they were much more of a complete band, they had a wonderful rythm between them with lovely harmonies and the stunning use of of merely clapping. Although I couldn't make it until the second half, it was clear to see they had completely captivated the audience very quickly… Read more
Crane Wife ~ The Decemberists
Crane Wife ~ The Decemberists
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
With certainly the best opening and ending to any album this year, The Crane Wife stands as a beautiful masterpiece of meliflous euphony. Twenty seconds into the album I realised that this was going to be an immense work of wondor. The album opens, slightly bizzarely with 'The Crane Wife 3' (1 and 2 being found later in the album) which is the perfect example of accoustic singer-songwriter brilliance. A song that should be remembered like we remember Don Mclean's 'American Pie'. However, it's simplistic, accoustic guitar approach soon evolves, by track two, the 12 minute long 'Island' we hear progressively more sounds; drums, accordians, upright-basses and more guitars: electric and… Read more

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