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Roar <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Roar/dp/artist-redirect/B00FYA6Q5E">Katy Perry</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Roar Katy Perry MP3 Download
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This is another great song sung by Katy Perry. The song represents a woman who used to nod her head and go with the flow, but who now has the confidence to stand up and say what she wants. There's a great line, "I am a champion and you're going to hear me roar," which is a bit like the early 21st Century equivalent to "I will survive." If you know a bit about Katy Perry's own history, and how she was unceremoniously dumped by her ex-husband, Russell Brand, it seems to give you the feeling that she knows what she's talking about, that she's been knocked down, but has got up stronger for the experience. It's a great female empowerment anthem, but also a great tune, a great… Read more
Lazy Sunday (Mono) <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lazy-Sunday-Mono/dp/artist-redirect/B007VB8TJ0">Small Faces</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Lazy Sunday (Mono) Small Faces MP3 Download
I decided to download this after listening to it again as a soundtrack in my keep-fit class, where they only play about the first verse of it. I've got lots of sixties tracks on various CDs but not this one for some reason. It's a real sixties curiosity, a mix of music-hall humour and psychedelia with Steve Marriott singing it, to start with, in an exaggerated cockney accent. I love the way he rhymes 'neighbours' with 'ravers.' It's a mono-recorded track so all the sound-effects such as the sea and the church-bells are not multi-layered, but it still seems to sum up that wonderful lethargic feeling of relaxing on a Sunday afternoon, and it makes you smile too. What's not to love!
Barbie Collector James Bond Live and Let Dit Solit&hellip by Black Label
5.0 out of 5 stars Solitaire shines., 13 Aug 2013
I was attracted to this item because I have followed Jane Seymour's career over the years, and of course she shot to fame in 1973 in the Bond film Live and Let Die playing the enigmatic tarot-card reading Solitaire. I am not a doll collector at all, but I am not sorry I sent for this item. The figure is posed gracefully and the dress is quite a close copy to the one the actress wears in the film. There is a background picture at the back of the box which sets the figure in context and she is carrying some Tarot cards. I can see this item appealing to several different types of collectors, including collectors of Barbie dolls and James Bond memorabilia, so I think there should be some… Read more