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Top Reviewer Ranking: 98,620 - Total Helpful Votes: 48 of 49
Monteverdi: L'Orfeo (Gesamtaufnahme, italienisch) &hellip Claudio Monteverdi
Superb 1968 recording of one of the earliest operas from 1607 with original instruments & Nikolaus Harnoncourt conducting The Concentus Musicus Wein. Also truly great singers including Cathy Berberian & The Capella Antiqua. This is Claudio Monteverdi's first opera & it still sounds as fresh today as when I first heard it in 1969. Monteverdi was way ahead of his time, & he still is. There is so much space here, this Music makes every other opera sound cluttered. This is Music from a time when the Earth was far less crowded, & Wow, it shows! So pure & at the same time very, very sexy, sad, joyous & ultimately so uplifting. I have heard other versions of course, but this is the one that really… Read more
America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to&hellip by Antony C. Sutton
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Get this book on the National Curriculum now. University or Secondary, preferably both.
Spare a few minutes of your precious time & 'look inside' & find out just why this world is in it's present state'
Da Capo ~ Love
Da Capo ~ Love
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Steph Knows Who, 9 Aug 2013
About time! This Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab SACD sounds almost as good as the original vinyl. Many Thanks, MFSL! Now at last we can hear the whole group as they were always meant to be heard. Ken Forssi's bass & Michael Stuart's drums especially kick ass, the magical interweaving of Johnny Echols & Bryan Maclean's guitars with Tjay Cantrelli's saxophone & flute & even Snoopy's keyboards with Arthur Lee's astounding vocals as the inevitable creamy topping. Arthur sounding whiter than white on 'Que Vida' & 'She Comes In Colours', blacker than black on the much underrated 'Revelation', Yes, 'Revelation', nineteen minutes of incredibly hot sexy Music morphing into Tjay's oh so cool John… Read more