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Jung Won Kim

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (6 of 6)
Location: PA USA
Birthday: April 8
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 417,747 - Total Helpful Votes: 6 of 6
Brilliant Orange by David Winner
Brilliant Orange by David Winner
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I would rate this book somewhere between 3 and 4 stars - it's almost one of those oddball classics. Judging by the title, I expected more insight into the strategy of Total Football or the Dutch soccer-playing style in general, an analytical explanation of why it works. Time and space are mentioned in general; perhaps it was foolish of me but I really did hope for a detailed spatial analysis.
Part of the problem is that David Winner at times does too much telling rather than showing. One of the earlier reviewers remarked that access to video footage would be helpful. I agree, especially when Winner just keeps telling the reader how brilliant and beautiful the Dutch playing style is… Read more
Spirit ~ Dervish
Spirit ~ Dervish
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It's finally here!, Feb. 25 2004
I first heard Dervish at the Cambridge Folk Festival and had to buy this CD, which was out in the UK nearly 2 years before being released here in the US. From then, I have worked backwards through the Dervish catalogue. For fans of Dervish's previous albums, I can tell you that it only gets better.
Cathy Jordan's voice shines throughout, but especially on "Fair-Haired Boy" and Bob Dylan's "Boots of Spanish Leather". On the instrumental side, the highlights include "Jig Songs" (a medley of three pieces) and "Swallows Tail". There is also an excellent rendition of "Soldier Laddie". This Irish folk standard has a rather repetitive song… Read more
How to DJ Right: The Art and Science of Playing Re&hellip by Frank Broughton
5.0 out of 5 stars This book rocks!, Feb. 4 2004
I just recently started taking DJ classes, and this book has been tremendous help. Historically, the barriers to entry have been a bit high in the DJ field, often leaving beginners like myself wondering where to start: what equipment do I need? what are the fundamentals I have to work on? The book fills this gap, providing a comprehensive guide on equipment, techniques, online resources and the general nature of the industry in a very clear format. I've browsed through other books on this subject (a rather limited selection) and none of them come close in terms of breadth and quality.
The book hits on a lot of key points and has an encouraging tone, balanced out by a bit of sarcastic… Read more