Wayne E. Barry

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Irish Blood English Heart ~ Morrissey
I love the three new songs and quite frankly if you want to take in the full essence of Morrissey 2004. This singles album is an indispensable addition.
Five stars would have been given, but hey I already have "You are the Quarry" and don't need to hear "Irish blood, English heart", a second time or third if you include the DVD video version. Moz can get redundant at times!
The exquisite nature and creative beauty found on the three new tracks makes this well worth your while to purchase! Enjoy!
You Are The Quarry (Ltd.Ed) ~ Morrissey
This album took seven years to finally come out. Since 1997 (With "Maladjusted") Morrissey has not put out new material. Many changes took place in his life, most notably taking up residence in California. Judging from the tracks on this album, California has done a lot of good for him. The creative juices are abundantly flowing with catchy songs like, I'm not sorry", "You know I couldn't last" and "I have forgiven Jesus". In "America is not the world" his lyrics convey a longing for a better more genuine America,(...)? And you can shove your Hamburger up the bingbang and so on, once he vents out his annoyances, he affirms his love for this country. I'm not offended by this song, I just see… Read more
Antonio Gaudi <b>DVD</b> ~ Isidro Puig Boada
Antonio Gaudi DVD ~ Isidro Puig Boada
When I first saw this film, I did not know what to expect. One thing is there is no dialogue, just footage of the glorious city of Barcelona and the effect Gaudi's work had on the place. It's beautiful, surreal and an extremely awe inspiring experience to view it all on film. There is a depth to this film which words cannot convey, only seeing this film can one appreciate Gaudi and the city of Barcelona. A city imbued with enormous beauty and creative genius. One can feel great pride for the Catalan people by just his (Gaudi's) example alone. Well worth your time to see!