3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
It's depressing to be a Brit when you watch a DVD like Night Of The Living Dead Resurrection because it proves that the bottom end of the UK film industry churns out amateurish rubbish like this.
There is nothing new in the script, everything has been done before and done better. The camera-work is awful. I don't know whether the actors really are this bad or if even they couldn't salvage anything from a poor script coupled with dreadful direction. The stock characters are unbelievable.
It feels like a student project made by the kids at the bottom of the class.
How did this disaster of a film ever get released on DVD and where did they find anyone gormless… Read more
21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Finders Keepers is the latest in a long line of girl group CDs from Ace Records and this time, it consists of Motown recordings.
Of the twelve new tracks, seven date from before 1964, which sets them nicely in the proto-Motown Sound days.
Looking at the gems from the vaults, I was surprised to see Sylvia Moy's name amongst the composers of Brenda Holloway's Don't
Turn Your Back On Me. I'd always assumed that this was a Lewis Sisters composition - it certainly has the feel of one of their quirky songs .
Like several other new songs on the CD, the Gladys Knight & the Pips song is known to Motown collectors (as Fare Thee Well) from home-made CDRs of… Read more
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
The Caston & Majors album is my favourite album of all time. Motown had not released anything like it before and nothing like it since.
Leonard Caston is one of the unsung talents at Motown, where he relocated after being the director of the studio band at Chess Records (and one time member of soul group the Radiants). His flair for unusual rhythms and piano driven compositions shaped some of Motown's most memorable releases of the seventies, including The Supremes' Nathan Jones and a string of hit singles and albums for former Temptation Eddie Kendricks.
With the Caston & Majors album, Leonard , together with former gospel singer Carolyn Majors had a plan, as he… Read more