Gary Hanna

Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (220 of 243)
Location: Newry, N. Ireland

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Sony DVPSR760H MultiRegion DVD Player + HDMI Cable&hellip by Sony
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Having bought several multi-region DVD players before and never quite being able to get the right one, I must say that I am very happy with this multi-region over any other.
Firstly the price is great and by paying the £3.99 p&p I got mine the very next morning, secondly and most important of all it plays everything without the slightest problem and as I buy a good number of region 1 DVDs as well as playing DVD RW and DVD Rís this is crucial, the only thing about it which to be honest doesnít bother me is the fact that the player has no display other than a small green light to indicate itís on; however by hitting the Time/Text button on the hand-set you can instantly find your place… Read more
Johnny Cash: 20 Original Albums ~ Johnny Cash
42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bigger Than Life, 17 Sep 2013
This is a wonderful compact box set containing 20' of Johnny Cash's best albums from 1958 to 1986 the albums in question are..."The Fabulous Johnny Cash", "Hymns By Johnny Cash", "Songs of our Soil", "Now, there was a Song", "Ride this Train", "I Walk the Line", "Bitter Tears", "Orange Blossom Special", "Sings the ballads of the true West", "Everybody loves a Nut", "From sea to shining Sea", "At Folsom Prison", "At San Quentin", "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash", "The Johnny Cash Show", "A thing called Love", "John R. Cash", "One piece at a Time", "Johnny 99", and "Heroes".
All of the albums are original replicas and come with a 33' page booklet with a forward by John Carter Cash and a brief… Read more
Elvis At Stax (Deluxe Edition) ~ Elvis Presley
27 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Winter King, 5 Aug 2013
Elvis at Stax the deluxe edition is a must for any Presley fan as they capture Elvis' last great recording sessions finally placed in their proper context. While it is fair to say that the July sessions haven't got the sheer power and energy of the December ones it is also crucial to note that ; "Find out what's happening"; and "I've got a thing about you baby" are truly outstanding.
It is however the December sessions that really hit the mark and finally being able to listen to them in one continuous play is a sheer joy. The first disc of R&B and Country outtakes is really something as Elvis warms up before each track and then unleashes his awesome talent backed up by the… Read more