Liz

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (9 of 11)
Location: Colorado Springs, CO USA
Birthday: May 31
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 445,862 - Total Helpful Votes: 9 of 11
Fantasia [Import] <b>VHS</b> ~ Leopold Stokowski
Fantasia [Import] VHS ~ Leopold Stokowski
5.0 out of 5 stars A Work of Art, July 17 2004
Fantasia is a very unique creation, there has never been another movie quite like it, before or since, and I think it's safe to say there never will be. Disney took a risk with creating something so dfferent from the norm; most of the American public is not likely to sit and listen to classical music for two hours, or watch a movie with no words. However, it was a very worthwhile risk, as Fantasia is a beautiful work of art, and has become a classic.
There is a certain captivating magic when the incredible sounds of the world's best musicians combine with the dazzling sights of the world's best animators. The imagery is full of fantasy, rich color, and graceful beauty. It's… Read more
Always on My Mind ~ Elvis Presley
Always on My Mind ~ Elvis Presley
When I was twelve years old I chanced to hear the song "Don't Cry Daddy" on the radio, for the first and only time. While that may not be the most loved Elvis song, I related to it at the time, and put a lot of time into tracking it down on CD. At the time I had never heard any of the other songs on this album (with the exception of Unchained Melody by other artists). Over the years, having gone through the heartaches of growing up, I appreciate this album so much more.
Elvis was an incredibly talented and gifted man, and I cherish this CD. While I do love all Elvis music, including his more upbeat hits, the tracks on this album are really something special. They are deeper than… Read more
Abbey Road ~ Beatles
Abbey Road ~ Beatles
Abbey Road is, in my humble opinion, the best album to ever come from The Beatles. That obviously says a lot for it, considering all of the wonderful things they gave us over the years. Abbey Road showcases The Beatles' genius and talent, their originality, and how much they progressed over the years. Their style had fully evolved by this point, to give us an album full of classics that rock as much today as they did when it debuted.
There is great variety in the music on this album. You can groove along to Come Together, tap your toes to Maxwell's Silver Hammer, and sway along to the beautiful ballad's Something and Here Comes the Sun. Every song on this album is a classic, and… Read more