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Seekers Seen in Green ~ The Seekers
Seekers Seen in Green ~ The Seekers
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
To me this is the best album of the 60s ,and before id come on amazon id never heard of it.I know "sgt pepper","revolver","the who sell out",etc , but to my ears for out and out beautiful melodies, sung with style and feeling by in the main judith durham ,this beats the lot of them ,why its not name checked more is a mystery to me.There are no weak cuts ," colours of my life", "cloudy" and "chase a rainbow" are the standouts to me ,and theres also the lovely"angeline is always friday" with bruce woodley on lead vocal and "cant make up my mind" where keith potger takes over on lead vocal duties.All in all a sumtous feast of lovely music thats well worth anyones time. mark stevens.
Halliwell's Film and Video Guide 2002 by Leslie Halliwell
5.0 out of 5 stars WELL WORTH BUYING, 15 Aug 2005
it might seem peverse but id give this book five stars, even though i disagree with so many of the reviews,my favorite movie of all time "the changeling " gets no stars and is dismissed without reservation,but surely thats the point,the book is a GUIDE nothing more, no where does it say it ,the books word is gospel,as i understand it its the work of two men leslie halliwell and john walker ,with as has been said other critics views underneath the details of the actual film.To me a guide being quite harsh is preferable to one that sings everybodys praises,i think the more you use the guide the more you make an informed opinion on a movie not just on the rating but the type of movie ,if the… Read more
1st Album...Plus ~ Procol Harum
1st Album...Plus ~ Procol Harum
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars MAGNIFICENT, 4 Aug 2005
One of those albums that you could go back to again and again ,i purchased it on cd in 1991 and its an album thats lost nothing of its original charm to my ears.I guess the album has ,to me,a double thread of intrest running right the way through it ,from the opening " whiter shade of pale" to the closing "repent walpurgis" the music itself is gorgeous and rich with that beautiful "church like" organ and secondly the marvellous lyrics of keith reid ,which are witty and at times stop you in your tracks,even if you dont always know what hes talking about ,the words are very descriptive and very beautiful,theres no weak tracks but "a christmas carol" and "salad days(are here again)" are the… Read more