From Library Journal
Every once in a while listeners are given the opportunity to add a true "find" to their collections: something well produced, entertaining, timely, controversial, yet fun and inexpensive. Reilly's interview with Charles Barkley fits the bill. Check it out! Rap narrative introductions, music, sound effects, all surrounding a fast-paced, far-ranging, one-on-one between sports journalist and superstar. Production values, packaging, and pricing make this hard to resist. Meet Sir Charles Barkley, the earliest declared candidate in the 1998 Alabama governor's race, a terror on the basketball court, and so much more. Not a basketball fan? No problem: if you've heard the name or seen any of his athletic shoe commercials, you'll enjoy this. Some serious talk about the sports industry, racism, and a trace of adult language round out a rewarding production. Recommended for most popular collections.Cliff Glaviano, Bowling Green State Univ. Libs., Ohio
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