12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
With a wealth of material from the period with Atlantic/East West it was always deemed virtually impossible to select tracks for a retrospective that would please Toriphiles.
It was Tori's intention to release a compilation after Choirgirl Hotel which would include hard-to-find b-sides along with a smattering of live tracks plus a couple of new songs. That album ended up becoming To Venus And Back, as the new material kept on coming.
It is possible that had that original retrospective seen the light of day, that Tales Of a Librarian may not have ended up in the way it has done.
I for one am pleased that instead of allowing Atlantic to cobble their own 'best of' which would… Read more
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
The amazing thing about Wonder Woman was that she not only single-handedly kicked major ass against the dishonourable characters of the planet, but she also did it with such style!
Can you remember spinning around in the back garden pretending to be Wonder Woman? I can, and I was a ten year old boy at the time! That says a lot for me I know.
Getting back on track, this is just pure nostalgia for those old enough to remember when TV allowed escapism such as this, along with The Bionic Woman and Charlie's Angels. Only Hart to Hart can top this for sheer campery.
Go on, buy it. If only to remind yourself that Wonder Woman was the only superhero with an 18 inch waist and… Read more