R. Dickerson

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (440 of 469)
Location: WGC, Herts
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,348,489 - Total Helpful Votes: 440 of 469
Obituary - Frozen Alive [2007] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Obituary
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Like mighty steeds on a never ending course, these Death Metal Titans storm back on to the music scene after an 8 year hiatus. This is something that many Death Metal fans have been waiting years for - a DVD of Obituary, Florida's finest and pioneers of the genre, giving us a live performance recorded in excellent sound, in front of an exuberant mob of raucous Poles. The camera work is sublime and the sound, quite exceptional. Illuminating interviews with the band members are an added bonus. Considering they are now all in their mid-late thirties, the break seems to have served the guys well, as they relentlessly power their way through the classics in their back catalogue. Everything is as… Read more
Glenn Harrold's Ultimate Guide to Creative Meditat&hellip by Glenn Harrold
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
You have a choice here, folks. Due to the success of Glenn's own label, Diviniti, hitting the top of the charts in recent book publishers' lists, the Beeb came knocking and demanded a slice of the pie. What you have on this CD is a slightly different trance induction script with newly composed intro and outro music. It works a treat for me. Then again, so did the original Diviniti title. I'm a southerner for my sins and have no problems with southern accents, unlike the reviewer below. 5 stars for a quality product is given to increase the star rating. If you want to find out more about the man, his products and where he got that accent, visit [...] Thanks for reading!
Sonata No. 13/Ballad No. 4 (Claudio Arrau) ~ Beethoven/Chopin
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Claudio Arrau has always been a champion of Franz Liszt. Here, in a 1971 live performance taped for Swiss-Italian Radio, he gives an incendiary account of the composer's masterpiece, the Sonata in B minor. Arrau recorded the same work in the studio a year beforehand (available as part of the Philips 50 series), and whilst it is indeed a great note perfect performance, I find it is somewhat tame and a tad sterile. This particular musical document just goes to show what twelve months on the road in support of a studio recording can achieve. Arrau has now honed this beast of a composition to perfection and starts to take risks in his performance. It's time to start getting excited,… Read more