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Not one of the best, but still a nice entry point for someone only casually familiar with the series.
“The Sensorites” really is a must for die-hard Whoivans; all others should stay as far away as possible.
Having recorded two albums and some EPs, Jessie Baylin's Little Spark presents a confident singer-songwriter rather than that of an indie artist struggling to find her voice.
If word of mouth keeps Rebecca Black high in the music charts, the same thing will help more films like Perfect Combination get more attention.
Perhaps Mr. Moffat won't listen, but I like to think some of these concerns are on his mind.
Leonard Nimoy deserves endless kudos for this entry in the film franchise.
Despite a couple of misses, Brown Sugar is s solid step in the Canadian blues singer's direction.
I think for someone to get into the soundtrack, one would have to watch a season or two to get the general feel for why the music fits.
Seriously, enough with the sad black films. For real. Let's do something else.
Overall Bill Wren's One Day In A Life is an enjoyable listen that reminds us that music doesn't always have to touch people through mere words.