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Womens Mucker Waterproof snow outdoor ladies boots&hellip Unknown
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
I bought these boots as a replacement for my old muckers when they started letting in damp at the heel and they've turned out to be the best dog walking boots I've ever had. So far I've worn them every day, walking across fields that have varied from being rock hard with frost to extremley wet and muddy and they have been great in all conditions. They keep my feet perfectly warm and dry and the bonus compared to my previous muckers is the higher ankle part of the boot which allows you to tuck your jeans in and keep them mud free. I ordered them in my normal size 5 and they fit perfectly with either one or two pairs of socks and they're very easy to get on and off. So pleased with them,… Read more
Every Time You Sleep [CD 2] ~ Deacon Blue
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
'Every Time You Sleep' has the feel of a song that should be great. Like most Deacon Blue, all the ingredients are there; a great melody and Ricky Ross' unique vocals. The problem with this song, though, is that Ricky and the rest of the band have just tried a little too hard - yes the chorus is great, but the bit leading up to it is too epic and undeserving (and Ricky's doing this really weird falsetto thing). There are so many better songs on the new album 'Homesick' which deserve to be released before this one. Sorry guys, this is Deacon Blue, but not as we know (and normally love) it...
Tigerlily ~ Natalie Merchant
Tigerlily ~ Natalie Merchant
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Ok - so this isn't going to sell as many as Eva Cassidy (but then again, it hasn't been sponsored by BBC Radio 2) - however, it is still an absolute gem from a treasure trove of music greats. There are so many strong tracks (San Andreas Fault, Wonder, Carnival) with San Andreas Fault worthy of epic status, combined with wistful and solemn ones (I May Know The Word, River) that it is an album that deserves to be played again and again. The track that stands out for me is Where I Go, a subtle, quiet epiphany -"well I go to the river / to soothe my mind / ponder over / the crazy days of my life / just sit and watch the river flow" - that will resonate in your mind for a long while… Read more

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