G. J. Mc Neice

Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (29 of 33)
Location: Austria


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,150,664 - Total Helpful Votes: 29 of 33
Urom Professional Slow Fruit Vegetable Juicer Extr&hellip by Urom
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Fingers Off, 25 Nov 2013
I live between two locations, and after months of bringing my Philips Juicer Avance Hr 1870 on each trip, I decided to buy a second juicer. I read many reviews of this so called professional juicer and decided this was the one for me! It was easy enough to assemble when it arrived, but very quickly became clogged with the fruit. I checked the manual to see if I had missed anything, but no, all had been done correctly. SO I finally got the machine to come apart again so that I could get to the bottom of the problem. There is a large screw at the heart of the machine that should extact the jucie from the vegetables. It did that until the screw got clogged. Further attempts at juicing my… Read more
Zinc Alloy & The Hidden Riders of Tomorrow ~ Marc Bolan & T Rex
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Back To The Future, 1 May 2011
The cover of this album shows Marc Bolan has already moved away from the "glam rock" movement that had been created almost by accident when he appeard on Top Of The Pops with glitter on his cheeks. This glam look with a fresh new sound rooted in rock n roll appealed to the teenage audience and beyond. (My Mum loved T.Rex!!) Whilst the critics at the time criticised Bolan for his unchanging sound anyone with a set of ears can hear how far the sound had moved on from the classic Electric Warrior and Slider albums. Sure the trademark vocals are here, but that's more or less where any comparisons can be made to the old T.Rex of '71 and the new '74 T.Rex. Here bolan presented a very funky and… Read more
Beginning Of Doves ~ Marc Bolan
Beginning Of Doves ~ Marc Bolan
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars How It SHould Be Done, 29 April 2009
Marc Bolan was a rock n roll icon in his head long before the music universe rewarded him with the status. This CD in part pre-dates his T.Rex and Tyrannosaurus Rex days, and consists mainly from demos and outtakes from the 60's. Fir most musicians who later had worldwide fame such a collection would be an embarrassment. Not so in this case. Some of the songs have already got the T.Rex groove from the teenage Marc Bolan. The world wasn't ready for him yet!
This collection was mostly recorded by Simon Napier Bell (later he took-on George Michael) who reckons these are some of the best songs Bolan ever wrote. Lyrically they are saturated with the Bolan charm and unique delivery. The vice… Read more

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