Eddie Landsberg

"My 10th year as a reviewer ! ! !"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (54 of 59)
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Birthday: Oct. 2
In My Own Words:
Hi ! I’m Eddie Landsberg. I live in Tokyo, Japan with my three poodles and have a background as a professional Jazz organist, music theorist and clinician and even runner of a downtown Tokyo, Jazz pub.

Until recently, I top 500 reviewer with a love of bebop, hard bop, rare groove, R&B, '70s soul and beyond. I also have plenty of other interests too and they're all their in my reviews. Have a … Read more

Collecting & playing music... dealing w/ my dog's psychological issues. I'm also a twitter-holic. eddie_landsberg


Top Reviewer Ranking: 88,997 - Total Helpful Votes: 54 of 59
Albert Collins - In Concert 1988 <b>DVD</b> ~ Albert Collins
Albert Collins - In Concert 1988 DVD ~ Albert Collins
Albert Collins' was definitely the funkiest and most soulful of all the Bluesmen (Texas, Chicago, and all points in between !) to walk the planet... The only thing missing from this video is the Hammond Organ... I remember seeing him around that time, and like on his organs... his organist was one of the greasiest I ever heard... Still even without the B-3, Collins' band is slick enough... the horn section in particular... the band is funky, and the video though only an hour long (*I think we would have all prefered 6) really let's you appreciate Collins' warmth, soulfullness and brilliance, even at the blink of an eye... especially apparent is the brilliant, fluent yet cautious way he… Read more
Bowling for Columbine (DVD, 2003)
4.0 out of 5 stars Hmmmmmmmmmm...., June 20 2004
I agree with a lot of points in the video... and disagreed with others... though at times Moore seems a bit schmucky and self absorbed, what shocked me was when he went to visit [other] headquarters... I'm thinking, "Well, duh... of course the CEO isn't going to come down just because he walks in unannounced with a camera crew... " and then he pulls off the bullet stunt so brilliantly I think to myself, "Well in the past you had documentary film activists and activists documented on film... but this guy... well, he's sort of an Activist who happens to have a camera... though at times he works a bit too hard to prove his point sometimes and sidetracks... he can be very effective at… Read more
Invincible [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Jouko Ahola
Invincible [Import] DVD ~ Jouko Ahola
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I was a bit confused at the start of this film when I thought I detected what sounded a bit like a Swedish accent by a Jew living in a Polish schtetle who was being idealistically lectured by a suspiciously non grizzly looking blond hair little boy with a bit of a Brittish accent. - - Though the story is great, throughout the film its apparent that Herzog may have gotten a bit carried away with his genius as a director as if almost to say, "I'm such a great director, I could take anybody and make them look like great actors... !" - - uhhhhhh, not so. - - Likewise, maybe he thought that by having real people, the film would have a more realistic feel ? - - Though Tim Roth gives an… Read more