2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Gregory Porter produces a sound that refelcts a new generation of jazz listeners.
I hope that he can make his way up to Toronto some time soon.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By far one of my favourite movies of all time. For the following reasons:
- Mr. Crowe's ability to successfully merge music with a scene allows for more attachment to the movie
- The story of a son trying to reconnect with his family after a death is moving and resonates to many who have had a fallen out with their parents
- The script is solid.
- Acting is ok. lol, but not bad.
- The movie has funny parts, sad parts, heart warming parts which make you feel complete.
- Alec Baldwin. lol
Its one of those movies that just makes you feel like someone else understands. Hard to explain. You have to see it to feel it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
As most of you know the R & B scene has not been up to par lately. I found that DAvid Ryan Harris album Bittersweet provided that rhythmic, chill, vibe that you got from the Maxwell cd.
Its R & B for real R & B lovers like myself.
The album, Bittersweet, is one of those albums where you hear a song once, don't think much of it, next thing you know your singing the same song in the shower. Becomes your favourite.
I would definitely recommend this album to people.