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A Journey to Real Freedom
A Journey to Real Freedom
by Duane Heppner
Edition: Paperback
Price: $19.99
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's Real, and Tru, above all breathtaking as ..., September 15, 2014
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It's Real, and Tru, above all breathtaking as much as it's not idealized, religious, secular, promotional, or segmentary, but rather finally comes through all the material and psychic fog of unreal biased and uncertain faith based., rather to enter an entirely new heaven here and now, come into the clear and pure light of actual Real ALLIS, the unique unsupressed adventure in Trureality. more than our lonely god limited to beliefs or dogma, and most we allow or realize, yet here it is, invitation or opportunity, you take the risk and honestly, to find your RealU.Journey Freedom is the authors personal story gone to first introduction to this NuPresentation in RealTime. so Journey IN. Only illusion will hold you back. This prosaic form of writing is purposeful and revelation is almost beyond certainty.


Cowboy
Cowboy
Price: $0.99

4.0 out of 5 stars This is a fine country roots rock song and musicianship, September 15, 2014
This review is from: Cowboy (MP3 Music)
This is a fine country roots rock song and musicianship....I was surprised as am not a big fan of modern country, but this (2007) is one of the gems, which I know are out there...Dedicated to the art of good songwriting and bluegrass/folkie rock delivery


Love You
Love You
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars boys sound beached, August 8, 2011
This review is from: Love You (Audio CD)
With five stars for post beach boys surfin days, we come to the trademark Brian Wilson works of Surf's up and Pet Sounds, adding 4 stars for Holland or Sunflower, and then fall down to "Love You"; with high hopes still, the album was a beached whale. Even if Brian had returned from his bedside, he was still under doctor's orders, and inspiration is simply not of it. I've kept it for the cover. Skip Love You, which appears to be the boys trying to make Brian's lyrics into music, and continue on to 'good timing' or the Live in Europe album, and the more current Imagination or the new Smile redo if you prefer to find the real education in Beach Boys/Brian Wilson Sonics.


Terence Boylan
Terence Boylan
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5.0 out of 5 stars ONE OF THE 70'S BEST, January 14, 2009
This review is from: Terence Boylan (Audio CD)
BOYLAN's MASTERPIECE - with fine arrangements, super California studio sound and session players among Eagles guys and related others backing up super songwriting, great production. This memorable recording plays over and over, continues to sound good today. Second album Suzy has its moments too. The CD is excellent compilation with a few new songs I liked for the writing, was self worked and hope Terence would redo with a set up band again. Compiled with some pretty incredible work, truly choice tunes, Trains, Hey Papa, The War is Over, Dancing Shoes (some songs have been covered). A friend suggested they didn't like the piano synth. Whatever. One of those albums that fits all together, like CSN's first as an example, because it's real good.


Robin Zander
Robin Zander
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars ZANDER hits right on, January 13, 2009
This review is from: Robin Zander (Audio CD)
Just want to say - I bought this for Stevie Nicks backing up Robin Zander, here among some of the other songs I liked such as 3. Show Me Heaven or 4. Jump into the Fire and especially the great 2. "I've Always Got You".....That search for - Special songs - is what drives a lot of purchases, and sometimes you'll come up with gold. I would like to hear more. Don't we always.


Reach for the Truth: Best of Reprise Years 1971-74
Reach for the Truth: Best of Reprise Years 1971-74
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4.0 out of 5 stars LINDA LEWIS - LARK ASCENDING, January 13, 2009
LINDA LEWIS ORIGINAL music is unique, and special. High toned and sweet high english voice, amidst good songwriting and refined lyrics, I found her first one "Lark" beautifully put together, and being her best, was clearly happy to hear some other work included on this compilation. Ole Smokey, Spring Song and others hit the mark. Followed as she was by others like Minnie Riperton for example, one of the first crossover Christian singers in my view who has continued, while fusing pop, soul, acoustic and rock. Her disco era efforts left me flat, so I searched high and low for a Vinyl of Lark, so hard to find, or costly on Amazon, for example, evidentally one of those rare collectors items raised in price like others us record-philosophers seek out. Now I see Lark on CD also available, perhaps as a reissue. Gratefully, I purchased this full coordination of early songs, so very representative and a good buy. More spiritual upliftment here, so take this or Lark, for those will find an ascending in heart. As Linda says, reach for the truth, you got it.


Dreamland Cafe
Dreamland Cafe
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Price: $8.55
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Dreamland Indeed, January 13, 2009
This review is from: Dreamland Cafe (Audio CD)
Dreamland was a late find from MAD AT THE WORLD (original eponymous 87' album and this one made in 95') which produced Beatles-like memories, and excellently crafted songs - terrific musicianship, and very listenable harmonics. I know the bands shift to heavier vibes later returned these discerning players back to originality, with missed success being a factor. For those with eyes to see and hears to hear, this is a good place to find badly needed crossover spiritually inspired and simply really good music. It is a shame the fine listening ear has been dulled over the years in electronics and rap, and to my view, this was one I had unfortunately missed, until now. More looks to the solo work by leader Rose and the entire MATW discography are ahead.


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