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Product: Audio CD
Title: Are We There Yet?
Label: Gotee Records
Artist: John Reuben
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Good Stuff 4.5 Stars!


As i opened the clear sheet of plastic i see yet another good quality cd made by our good old friend John Reuban. I chucked it in the CD Player and gave it a bang. I was impressed, starting off with a sweet song to settle the soul. Then the next two songs i had already listened to from downloading them legally off mp3.com/sphereofhiphop... go check it out. Some of his songs a quite funny and innovative, one example of that is fighting his Ego. The second last song is a freestyle effort by him and is also quite amusing. Overall its a good album, with many tracks hitting me first listen. If you like his second album and always wondered about his first album, then you should certainly give it a try.
Take it easy



Product: Audio CD
Title: Everything Is Wrong
Label: Elektra
Artist: Moby
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
one of my favorites


This is one of my favorite Moby albums...it's after his really techno-y days, and before his newer work, so it's a nice mix of both.
I love it!



Product: Audio CD
Title: Tunnel of Love
Label: Sony
Artist: Bruce Springsteen
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Love Falls Apart


Tunnel Of Love is Bruce's most personal and introspective album. After the mega successes of Born In The USA and Live 1975-1985, Bruce took a step back to record a more quiet and intimate record. Bruce had married Julliane Phillips during the Born In The USA madness and love and marriage are the main themes running through the album. Most of the relationships discussed are not happy ones. The couples in "Brilliant Disguise", "One Step Up", "Two Faces" and "When You're Alone" all face problems that breaking up their relationships. "Walk Like A Man" is a man who longs for the joy of his wedding day, the title track tells of the rocky ride that love takes you on. The song contains a line that sums up love, marriage and relationships and the album itself. It goes "it ought to be easy, ought be simple enough, man mets woman and they fall in love, but this house is haunted and the ride gets rough". Bruce's marriage to Julliane fell apart, but the struggle he was going through laid the groundwork for this breathtaking record.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Delusions of Grandeur
Label: Universal
Artist: Fleming & John
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
New Member to My Special Collection


After reading the reviews here about this mysterious group that I had never heard of, I had to try them out.
Wow. I am so thrilled. Being a musician myself, I am often irritated by the "cookie cutter" mentality of the industry.
This album is original. Fleming's voice flies all over the spectrum of notes and she does it well. From breathy soft to high melodic off-key trilled notes, she executes the notes beautifully and comfortably. At times she is a combination of Joni Mitchell and Janis Joplin (if you can fathom that) - for you older music lovers out there. There is also a bit of flute reminiscent of Jethro Tull at times.
The vocals that accompany her are a beautiful blend. The selections are eclectic and the listening experience is delightful. The songs are multi- layered and have a way of making you want to hear them over again.
This album is a ticket to a different world. When the CD is done, it makes you sit and think for a while and then perhaps turn it on all over again to ponder and enjoy that world for just one more half hour.
This CD will be placed with my collection of other original and inspired CD's as
Eric Champion- TRANSFORMATION,
Margaret Becker- NEVER FOR NOTHING- & THE RECKONING(when she was still creative and at her best before the mainstream got at her),
Novella- LIQUID EARTH -& ONE BIG SKY,
Whiteheart- POWERHOUSE -& FREEDOM, and
The Choir - CHASE THE KANGAROO- & DIAMONDS and RAIN.
If you want a different album that will make your music collection more interesting and invigorating, this one will fit that bill.
It sure did for me.