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Rendez-Vous Houston / A City In Concert [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Jean Michel Jarre
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing Concert, 26 July 2013
No I don't have the DVD. Like all the other fans I would love it, instead of the old VHS I transferred myself. Without an official release, bootlegs on the net will be rampant. It's too good a concert not to be available. Release on it's own, or as a set with older VHS concerts transferred as well.
T'ai Chi And QiGong - The Prescription For The Fut&hellip
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, 15 Jun 2013
As with it's companion book, 'The Idiots guide to Tai Chi & Chi gong', this is simply an outstanding introduction to tai chi and qigong which in my opinion is head and shoulders better than anything similiar on the market. Because it does what it says on the tin, and does it well.
There are nicer looking DVDs on the market, flasher more complex ones, tai chi masters whose form are beautiful, but this simply is the best one to follow. And that is what a tai chi DVD should be. Informal and relaxed, with a great introduction and an excellent teacher who shows and explains everything perfectly. Too often tai chi DVD lessons are not thorough enough in explanation or demonstration. This one… Read more
The Face - The Best Of Visage ~ Visage
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Always been a fan of the first two Visage albums, the self titled debut and the second album The Anvil. There are several Best of Visage albums out, and for the most part follow the usual suspects of tracks. This would be my fave of them, although I must say it has the worst cover! Ignore that though, as if you like Visage and only want one good best of to cover it, this is a good one. Perhaps a remix of Fade to Grey could have been dropped to make way for another track, but otherwise this is decent.