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Review of Complete Studio Albums Collection - Leonard Cohen

Super

quality of the music, good packaging, does not take much space

£45 for 11 cds is not bad, but in this "downloading" age it is not exactly cheap

...This collection of Leonard Cohen compromises all of his (so far) studio albums, with the exception of the most recent "Old Ideas", recorded after the collection came out. A collection of 11 cds is not for everybody's taste, although as a recent "addict" to Cohen's music after listening to the Greatest Hits, I wanted to discover more of his music and this collection is exactly what I was looking...

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Review of Ultimate Broadway Fake Book - Hal Leonard Corp

Super

An enormous amount of songs easy to find through several search indexes

An enormous amount of songs easy to find through several search indexes

...Product: Ultimate Broadway Fake Book Setting: Vocal line with chords - spiral binding Composer: Just about anyone you can think of in musical theatre! Published by: Hal Leonard Music Publishing Price: RRP £23 - Cheapest at time of writing on amazon.co.u - marketplace for £17.19 Other: Promises over 700 tunes from over 240 shows from Broadway This book has within a few months become...

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Review of HAL - HAL

Excellent

“Hal Play The Hits!”

published 03/06/2005

Great songs, some of the best you will have heard in a long time.

Could be a little bit too different and too soft for some people.

...Hal released this debut album in Spring 2005, rather quietly, there was none of the major promotion of other rock/pop bands out at the moment. But the critics loved it and now are proclaiming it to be one of the best albums of 2005.... Hal started off when Dave Allen and Stephen O'Brien both from Dublin met through a friend. Both had been bands since they were teenagers but those bands were...

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