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Sewing / Tailors Tape Measure 150cm - PINK by Concept4u
3.0 out of 5 stars Fit For Purpose, 4 Feb 2014
The tape measure is what it is a tape measure. It was bought to put in a decorative tin as a present. I chose it because it co ordinates with the tin, no other reason.
Homecoming ~ America
Homecoming ~ America
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5.0 out of 5 stars America's Homecoming, 2 Feb 2014
I bought this to replace an LP (vinyl), bought in the 1970s. It was chosen for "Ventura Highway". I very soon discovered "Till The Sun Comes Up Again" and liked this as much if not a little better at the time. There isn't a bad track on this CD and it represents the earlier style of 70s guitar. I also chose it as I liked the band as a trio. I still like them as a duo, very much so, but this CD represents the special early days of the band and they produced this album themselves. I do have their first self titled "America" also, which was the real beginning, produced by Jeff Dexter, Ian Samwell and America. "A Horse With No Name" was on that one. That… Read more
America - Human Nature - CD ~ America
5.0 out of 5 stars Human Nature, 2 Feb 2014
I gave this CD 5 stars as it is a masterpiece. It opens well with "From A Moving Train" and keeps up the high standard of America country style rock. There is a simplicity with "Town and Country", with Dewey on lead vocals,harmonized well by Gerry. "Wednesday Morning" is a very catchy song indeed, keeping a light perspective on a doomed relatiionship, delivered very well by Gerry. "These Wheels Are Turning" is Dewey on lead vocal with the best possible harmonies from Gerry. "Overwhelming World/Barstow Suite" is hard for me to describe but "Barstow " livens it up after a deep emotional range of vocals from Gerry in O W. Not so keen on… Read more