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Stella (3 Discs)
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By far the funniest show on TV in years. Cockin' hilarious!
Arctic Monkeys - CD
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They just keep getting better and better and richly deserve all the accolades that get heaped on them...even though the design for the 2014 Brit Award looked like a cheap plastic table tennis bat!!!
In The Night Garden: A Musical Journey
Various - CD
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I'm fifty and a half, almost fifty-one in fact. My granddaughter loves this show as do I and so I actually bought this for me. Iggle Piggle is brilliant and has to be my favourite character. Along with her grandmother, she loves Upsy Daisy best of all. A tremendous childrens programme much like they used to be. Spend some time In the Night Garden!
John Lennon: Live In Toronto '69
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If this is the genuine Toronto performance it's fantastic. However the picture used to advertise this product and presumably on the actual DVD sleeve itself is NOT JOHN LENNON!
Live At The Jive Hive
Rory Storm & The Hurricanes - CD
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Does Ringo play here? Who cares! For me the interest lies in hearing what Mr Storm sounded like live as once upon a time he was supposed to be the biggest thing since sliced bread in Liverpool. Brand New Cadillac opens the set and is blistering with Johnny Guitar on fine form and the drumming throughout is great whoever it is. This is a must!!!
Upstairs Downstairs: Series 2 (2 Discs)
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Absolute drivel. The fact that Eileen Atkins wasn't in series 2 made it unwatchable. The first was OK but stick with the 70s original.
Colour Of The Trap
Miles Kane - CD
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Apart from the penultimate song 'Better Left Invisible' lifted from the great JL's 'Cold Turkey', a good album and a grower. Which is not to say there aren't some immediate moments. Mr Kane has cemented his reputation as one of the great guitarists and even though a certain Mr Turner shares songwriting credits on six tracks a comparison is unfair. The Little Flames were great as is everything else he has done apart from the unfortunate Rascals album but buy this and savour!
The Arthur Haynes Show: Volume 1 (2 Discs)
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About time too... Arthur Haynes was a contemporary of Tony Hancock but was so much funnier. With Nicholas Parsons as his straight man the sketches are a joy to watch. Haynes, who couldn't help corpsing years before Dudley Moore did it, regularly turned Parsons into a giggling heap. Haynes' comic persona was that of the original working class bloke. Johnny Speight wrote the shows before he created the equally working class Steptoe and Son. Credit must also go to Paul Merton for ensuring Haynes has remained unforgotten at least for the last two decades....a must!
Alex Turner - CD
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Mostly mellow and a bit Lennony but not in the outrageously derivative way the Gallaghers are. I knew he'd write music for films and here it is..........enjoy!