Johan Siebke

Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (71 of 82)
Location: Sussex, England


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Samsung M3 1TB USB 3.0 Slimline Portable Hard Driv&hellip by Samsung
60 of 71 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Faulty drive, 1 May 2013
Bought this drive October 12 based on seemingly good value and reviews and that it is Samsung with Seagate drive, both reputable companies. From early on the drive would just disconnect from a MacBook Pro retina in the middle of file transfers or watching a movie from the drive. We were not sure if this was the mac or the drive as we couldn't replicate the problem on another mac. However, the drive has now packed up completely, giving a faint beeping sound for a few seconds when trying to connect, then nothing. Volume is not booting, so the data cannot be accessed. Disk Utility will not find the drive. The same result on three different macs.

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Rise Up! ~ The Black-Eyed Snakes
Rise Up! ~ The Black-Eyed Snakes
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is without doubt the rawest blues album I have ever heard. The guitars are strung with barbed wire, and the vocals of "chicken-bone" George sounds as if he's got the bone stuck in his throat whilst being dragged behind a pick-up truck at high speed across a very uneven surface. But the songs are melodic with simple and catchy guitar riffs. However, 'distortion' suddenly becomes a somewhat weak noun. It starts with hysterical guitars in the relatively speedy 'Rise Up!' while after the much slower 'Good Woman Blues" and the groovy, swamp-like 'Cornbread' the guitar gets a cleaning in 'No Good Daddy' - at least for a while until even that one turns into an asylum burning down. 'Hillside… Read more
Sunday Shoes ~ Nels Andrews
Sunday Shoes ~ Nels Andrews
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I first heard "Denim scarecrow" on the radio in autumn 2004 and thought: I have to have this. I could not find it anywhere but managed to get a cd sent from Little Kiss Records in Albuquerque, New Mexico. As always when buying a cd based on one song, I wasn't sure what to expect. But this collection of folk/americana/roots rock songs is a true gem. Nels Andrew's lyrics are not exactly uplifting as song after song portrays the vulnerable underbelly of southern states' society. Cheap whiskey, dust, vagabonds, whores, lost love, broken hearts, dreams and longing - all poignantly described through Nels' haunting voice. All this melancholy could be too much if it wasn't for the beautiful music… Read more

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