A. Glaser

Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (51 of 62)
Location: London


Top Reviewer Ranking: 741,833 - Total Helpful Votes: 51 of 62
Nice 'N' Greasy ~ Atomic Rooster
Nice 'N' Greasy ~ Atomic Rooster
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice N Greasy, 18 Oct 2011
What a strong album, we are wrong footed, if we think of Atomic Rooster as changing styles too often, surely its their strength. Heard "Goodbye Planet Earth" from a Dawn Comp CD, but to get the whole album, wow !
Great Jazz - Funk style, amply met by their guitarist Johnny Mandala. Its called moving with the times. Music made for Chris Farlowe's rich voice, who does it justice. Listen to the deserved Chart vibes for - "Save Me" , and the blue eyed soul of " Can't Find a Reason". Buy Buy !
The 1966 World Cup Finals: The Last 16 Teams In En&hellip
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars World Cup 1966, 31 July 2010
The footage is only as good as the source material, but I would have liked to learn about all the teams and their star players / Managers. Maybe some stats or charts were required. If we are going back 44 years it cannot be all about the winners, its got to be a celebration for those 16 teams qualifying (archival footage would be nice). After all we had the World Cup 2010 and I am sure most of us had a wider interest than just ones own country's team.
Bill Fay ~ Remastered with Bonus Tracks ~ Bill Fay
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bill Fay Debut, 6 Feb 2010
This has to be the most tranquil Album I own. The production values are first class. I first heard " Be Not So fearful" on a Nova sampler, but would never have guessed there would be such continuous quality on any Album. There is much to identify with this Album. It is a victory for fan of singer-songwriters. The " Narrow Way", with its cello is hypnotic and I applaud Michael Gibb's string arrangements that streams the songs " We have Laid Here", and " Methane River" into musical merryment. Bill Fay delivery is so earnest, as though he has glimpsed at the meaning of life. Certainly his anti militarism is compelling with " Sing Us one of your Songs May", as well as the sweeping uber… Read more