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The Natural Paint Decorator: Recipes, Finishes, Techniques
The Natural Paint Decorator: Recipes, Finishes, Techniques
by Lynn Edwards
Edition: Paperback

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Identical to 'The Natural Paint Book' by the same authors, just a different title, cover and publisher., 5 Jun. 2015
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Some interesting ideas but not very easy to put into practice.

Made in Dublin
Made in Dublin

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Thing To Be "Made In Dublin" Ever, 29 Feb. 2004
This review is from: Made in Dublin (Audio CD)
First reveiw I ever written but I feel duty bound to introduce the world to Aslan. I got hooked on them while on one of my many trips to Ireland. They are an absolutley amazing band and my only issue is the fact I cannot buy their albums here in the UK and that no UK radio station will give them airtime.
Made in Dublin is a perfect introduction to Aslan - containing tracks from all three of their first Albums. While there is a consistency throughout that is uniquely identifiable as Aslan, it also illustrates the progression of their music from the rocky 'Goodbye Charlie Moonhead" album to the more poppy Beatlesque 'Here Comes Lucy Jones' via the slightly more keyboard/bass orientated, almost Level 42 influenced, "Feel No Shame". It ends with two amazing, beautiful cover versions from two the bands they site as their major influences, The Stone's 'Angie' and Pink Floyd's 'Wish You Were Here'. Each track is so good it's difficult to have a favourite.
Buy this album now. And if you like it buy the three albums mentioned above and then their 'latest' album - "Waiting for the Madness To End" which once again is different to their previous albums; being very heavily influenced by Pink Floyd (and dare I say it, despite their protestations) the Beatles (sorry guys!)
In the meantime bombard the radios stations with requests for Aslan - I keep trying the one associated with planes, trains, phones, etc. but no luck yet. Perhaps we need to start on the Irish DJ's first.

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