Russell Watson

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The People of the Abyss by Jack London
The People of the Abyss by Jack London
4.0 out of 5 stars step into his eyes.., 4 Jan 2014
Fancy a change from your usual read? Try this... It'll open your eyes and appreciate our lives today. Descriptive and easy reading, it should cut to your soul.
One More Kilometre and We're in the Showers by Timothy Hilton
4.0 out of 5 stars Read and re-read..., 30 Oct 2012
I am on my 3rd reading of this Book, and no doubt will read it again. I get this book, some others may not, to me it's a sit down chat with the author in a warm cosy Pub discussing views, recollections, observations and the authors' outlook upon his lifetime in the saddle and dedication to the cadence of life. The details of the years past are fascinating; tales often told to me by the old fellas I met on many trips in my youth are accounted for in print here. Many needs will be met from reading this book, if not upon the first reading, but in subsequent ones.
Homage To Maria Callas - Favourite Opera Arias (De&hellip ~ Angela Gheorghiu
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5.0 out of 5 stars Radio Gaga, 30 Dec 2011
Radio 4 is the main reason I pay my TV license; for over 30 years now it has informed and challaged me more about the world than any other media, it has also introduced me to areas of culture I would have otherwise dismissed. Following a feature on Angela, with taster tracks, I was spell bound out of bed and ordered a copy from Amazon. I am no stranger to enjoying the power of the voice or choral work and I especially enjoy Verde, I have even ventured to see a production on the odd occasion! But now, from that one radio show and this CD I am transfixed. The power and quality of this ladies voice has drawn me through the speakers to a different world; I have to sit and listen, for all my… Read more

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