Dateline: Kingston, Ontario Canada
Richard Marcus is the author of the What Will Happen In Eragon IV? and The Unofficial Heroes Of Olympus Companion, both published and commissioned by Ulysses Press. He has had his work published in print and online all over the world including the German edition of Rolling Stone Magazine and www.Qantara.de. The not so long-haired Canadian iconoclast writes reviews and opines on the world as he sees it at Blogcritics and his own site Leap In The Dark.
The John Lennon Letters works to confirm the image we've always had of John Lennon as the complicated Beatle.
Sit back and let yourself be transported back to the days of nightclubs and joints that jumped.
Far more imaginative and creatively challenging than most of what's being released today - like all good art, it will make you feel something.
This release is a great opportunity to see what all the fuss was about and for fans to revisit the live concert experience.
A man whose life-long love affair with the blues shows in every note he plays and every lyric he sings.
Giving proof to the words of John Keats: "A thing of beauty is a joy forever".
Down and dirty, some of the best fun you'll have listening to music. Just don't turn your back on it.
This is a great album by one of the most inventive composers of our time.
A recording of compelling songs telling the world who Kel Tamasheq are and what they believe in.
They may not look like your typical rock band, but play some of the coolest music this side of jazz you'll hear.