C. J. Brian

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (24 of 24)
Location: West Yorkshire


Top Reviewer Ranking: 768,544 - Total Helpful Votes: 24 of 24
Plays Blues, Ballads & Favorites ~ Jimmie Vaughan
The guitar playing is excellent, without a doubt, adding to a collection of fine guitar playing. I didn't have a clue about Jimmy Vaughan's playing style or the material that he played, but first impressions were of first class musicianship being applied to material that I didn't really find all that enjoyable to listen to.
Scottish Dough Scraper Black Plastic Handle Stiff &hellip by Rinkit Ltd
.... which doesn't actually affect the performance of the device, as far as I can tell, but it does exactly what it needs to: it cuts and scrapes up dough perfectly, and, silliness apart, the shape of the handle makes it easy and comfortable to use. A really useful tool.
Bankrupt ~ Lowell L. Bryan
Bankrupt ~ Lowell L. Bryan
Their fourth album, in similar vein to the first three albums, but with much more band-penned material, some Shel Silverstein stuff. Still witty, outrageous, touching/ moving, in turn, and none the worse for that. If you liked the first three albums, then this is for you. If you haven't heard their earlier material and you are expecting an album of slushy love songs, then forget it - although their version of Sam Cooke's "Only Sixteen" would justify buying the album on its own, I would suggest - and if you are easily offended/ faint-hearted, then you might be wise to steer clear of this. For me, "Levitate" is hysterically funny ("It's a brand new dance..."), with several other stand-out… Read more

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