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Stainless Steel Tea Infuser Strainer with Green Si&hellip by Generic
Really good, but not quite as good as Mister Tea - which is truly awesome. You might find the leaf thing a but tall.
Three Fates ~ Marc Bonilla
Three Fates ~ Marc Bonilla
3.0 out of 5 stars Not Up With The Best, 14 Sep 2014
Three Fates is a mix, part “classical” or at least orchestral and part band with accompaniment. It is an uneasy mix and it certainly isn’t a rock album. One suspects that Mr Emerson has been hankering after such an album for years and has been quoted as saying that it is the most important one since the ELP days. Even if that were true it only serves to underline how sparse his output has been since then. But how good is it really?

The orchestrations of the old ELP material are excellent and worth the listen. Abaddon’s Bolero is the pick of the bunch. The Ginestra and Copeland pieces are also very good. The new material is less assured and not at all memorable. The most… Read more
Still [Expanded Edition] ~ Pete Sinfield
Still [Expanded Edition] ~ Pete Sinfield
I remembered this album with affection but wondered that after a long period I would find it dated and even the good tracks marred by disappointing vocals or arrangements. On returning to it I have been pleasantly surprised. The songs are mainly quite strong, with everything from the charming understated accompaniment and delicate flute of Under the Sky through to the crashing, discordant and very evocative brass of Night People. It has aged remarkably well although is very recognisable as being of its time. There are a couple of rather poor tracks but the other seven songs contain as many fresh sounding ideas as the entirety of the top 50 or even an average day on Radio 6. The poetry… Read more