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The Seer's Daughter (Beyond The Grave Series Book 1)
The Seer's Daughter (Beyond The Grave Series Book 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars ‘Whatever— or whoever— it was trying to communicate with them seemed to have disappeared.’, August 27, 2016
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Australian author Athena Daniels has special interests and talents in metaphysics and natural therapies and is a neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) practitioner, life coach, and feng shui specialist. The very beautiful Athena extends her thinking into explorations of what more there is to life as we understand it, and all of this adds interest to her literary talent for writing romantic suspense and paranormal romance. Athena’s books include DESPERATE, THE ALCHMIST’S SON, and this book – THE SEER’S DAUGHTER which is actually Book 1 in her ‘Beyond the Grave series and was a Top Pick at The Romance Reviews and was featured in AusRom Today’s “Lust-Have Sci-Fi, Paranormal, and Fantasy Novelists.”

To create a romance integrating paranormal qualities can be a challenge, but it is a challenge Athena seems to come by naturally. She offers a sense of understanding the paranormal subject matter – more that just a rich imagination – and that may be related to her other life interests that infuse her writing. She molds her characters well, allows the reality of those who have no appreciation or belief in the ‘beyond the grave’ world to grow and interact with those who do believe and in mastering this conundrum she manages to instill her mystery with palpable (at times erotic) physical interactions.

Her synopsis explains the outline of the story well: ‘Upon returning to her hometown for her grandmother’s funeral, Sage Matthews is terrorized by a series of strange events that unfold in her childhood home. Sage dismisses each eerie occurrence as a by-product of her overwrought emotional state, until it becomes chillingly clear that something not of this world is desperate to get a message—or is it a warning? — through to her… Detective Sergeant Ethan Blade comes to Cryton, South Australia, to catch a serial killer; three unsolved murders are tarnishing his stellar career. When Ethan meets Sage—the latest victim’s beautiful granddaughter—his attraction to her is explosive and inconvenient. He knows she’s not crazy, but Sage’s theory about the threat looming in town is unbelievable. With the handsome detective rejecting her ideas, Sage embarks on the supernatural journey that her grandmother started. What she discovers shatters everything Sage ever knew about herself—and who she really is. Ethan’s routine case quickly turns personal when he discovers Sage is the killer’s next target. For her, he’ll break all the rules and cross every line. But how can he protect Sage from an evil he cannot even conceive of?’

Yes, part of the beauty of this book is the setting in Australia – a place that those of us who have not visited long to see! This is a beautifully molded novel, one that challenges credibility until we release disbelief and simply enjoy the story. Grady Harp, August 16


Rick Day Bel Ami
Rick Day Bel Ami
by Rick Day
Edition: Hardcover
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bel Ami Boys as enhanced by Rick Day, August 27, 2016
This review is from: Rick Day Bel Ami (Hardcover)
As a taster for his much-anticipated new book RICK DAY NYC MEETS BEL AMI the calendar released earlier proved an appetizer with an example of twelve of the models from that book. As expected, that teaser was a valid promise a very spectacular volume. Rick Day seems to grow more eloquent with each step in his career. His work has been published in numerous publications such as Elle, Details, Teen Vogue and GQ and he has shot advertising campaigns for Gap, Ritani and Rufskin. When not traveling, he is shooting the hottest faces in the industry – and for those who know the Bel Ami models - perfect in youth and body and attributes beyond eyes and looks - the results for this collection live up to that standard. In a generation where beauty is obsession and sex is a product, he has cataloged the world's sexiest exhibitionists in their most intimate moments.

Some of the perfectly fit models are subtly nude while others are semi nude with each in restful inviting repose as only Rick Day knows how to capture that late afternoon ennui feeling. This is a daring collection for Rick as many of the models, revealing their youthful appetites, are in a state of full tumescence. The interesting aspect of how Rick deals with these hunks is the manner in which he doesn’t focus on the excited area but instead simply makes it an accoutrement of being young and ever-ready! Beautifully posed and photographed with and without accoutrements, this coffee table book will satisfy on every level. Grady Harp, August 16


Words with Steve Jobs
Words with Steve Jobs
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5.0 out of 5 stars ‘I received the email from Jobs in 2006. This is a year that Apple watchers know well as The Year Before iPhone.’, August 27, 2016
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New York City author Brian Barton has a work history that would be the envy of every young person. He was a freelance employee with Apple in the important transition time of Apple into the computer galaxy and since his participation there he is a featured author for USA Today and also writes for Esquire, The London Times and Time. As with his articles this essay is short but so rich in history and humor that it pleads to be stretched into a novel.

The story begins calmly enough with a walk in the park with his Labrador and a latte incident when an email is received – a response to some reservations the author had about the advertising presentation tactics being planned by Steve Jobs (‘S.J.’) for his 1997 launch of Mac. S.J. answers Brian’s email with a terse response that is the springboard for this wild and wooly romp through Apple’s history.

A couple of excerpts suggest the vigor of this fine essay/story: ‘Apple used to be known by another name—Apple Computer. The company name change happened in 2007, foreshadowing the move into smartphones, tablets, and digital media. Some of us old-timers actually remember when the company that now makes iPods, iPhones, and iPads only sold desktop computers. Maybe Jobs’s email to me was insignificant in the scheme of things. But it piqued my curiosity. Why did the billionaire bother to write me back?’ and ‘1997. In Jobs’s speech at Macworld that year, he admitted as much, saying, “Apple is executing wonderfully on many of the wrong things.” Apple board member and former Oracle CEO Larry Ellison concurred: “It’s back to innovation.” This all happened just before I started working at Apple. Jobs’s 1997 arrival in Cupertino was heralded as the event of the year.’ And finally, ‘Me? I’d like Hollywood to write a caper movie about the Apple Design Lab. I’d put our most creative minds to work on the story. It would include soaring highs and crushing setbacks. Moments of triumph and despair. Grief and grace. I’d love to watch a ragtag group of losers and misfits, arguing and double-crossing each other, trying to get in. Hollywood could give the team some amazing tech to use in the heist.’

That is the flavor of this delectable tale – at once historically fascinating and snapping with timely humor and philosophy. A piece for our times – lest we forget the pre-Apple days. Grady Harp, August 16


Guardians at the Veil
Guardians at the Veil
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5.0 out of 5 stars ‘Humans can be an unforgiving and irrational lot, especially when it comes to the unseen and unholy.’, August 27, 2016
Arizona author Richie Patterson Bast made his literary debut with BUBBLE UP last year. His background is extensive: he is a physician who for twenty five practiced as an Anesthesiologist, Emergency Room Physician, and then a General Practitioner in rural NE Arizona and Team Physician for the local high school football team. Of interest as a young man he made Revolutionary War and Civil War movies using an 8mm Bell and Howell camera and his family and friends as actors! He lives in St. Johns, Arizona.

Richie's technique of storytelling is relaxed and gently humorous and very much in the flavor of small town America - something we have been missing in many of the Marvel Comics sci-fi epics of late. His style is musical and evident from the beginning as he is able to make mystery, fantasy and the occult blend with romance and a fine rich story: ` Tried and condemned by a jury of their peers for spectral sorcery and witchcraft, Ann Lucille Franklin and five others were awaiting sentencing by the District Magistrate. Arriving just after midnight, and without regard for the lateness of the hour, he had wasted no time in summoning the sheriff and bailiff. Rousted out of their warm beds, the two men were told to make ready and that he, the District Magistrate, was to proceed with haste. That the six were innocent of all charges made no difference. Four young girls had whispered their names shortly before taken with seizures and catatonic spells. Why these poor wretches were picked, and no others, was never fully determined. Some believed the six were guilty, while others were not so sure. A few of their closest friends were certain it was due more to the covetous desires of the girls’ parents and neighbors than the devil’s work.’

Richie’s synopsis is lengthy (the book is lengthy) but compact in the details of the tale: ‘From infancy and on the two girls were somehow different—some would say "strange," in fact. It wasn't that they didn't play nice with the other children for they did. Or were cruel to animals or cursed in some fashion, because they weren't. The pure and simple truth was that Marguerite and Lucy Ann were from a long line of witches. Not the bad kind that children often read about, or are told to, when they've been exceptionally naughty. But the best kind. Unfortunately, when you play havoc in the devil's backyard and are born to a higher purpose, sooner or later you'll draw attention—and not all of it will be good. As for the two girls, none other than Emilia, mistress to Perdition and the greatest of the pagan god Ashtoreth's daughters, has taken an interest in them. Forcefully abducted at night by wicked men, they are taken to her lair where she descends upon them like "a spider to its fly." However, not all is as it seems. Having been schooled by their Grandmother Franklin in the art of witchcraft and deception, Lucy Ann and Marguerite prove to be more than a match for the phantasm. Meanwhile, some 2500 miles to the east and in the town of Danver, Massachusetts work a genealogist, Sarah Nightly, and a graduate student by the name of David Brenner. Late one night, while researching old records, they happen onto a chapter in their town's history long since forgotten and purposely covered up—a sordid history of demonic worship and black magic. In an attempt to prevent any further discoveries and to secure a "seer stone" of great power believed to be in the possession of the young man, an unholy society of the unborn and unseen plot with a modern day "siren" to seduce him away from the "light," retrieve the stone, and, if possible, steal his soul. As Aneron (Emilia's sister), struggles to complete her mission, love raises its head placing her, David, and Sarah in great peril. Then, when all seems lost, an old Testament character of dubious notoriety appears as an "angel of light." Introducing himself as Jonah, as in belly-of-the-whale Jonah, he tells them of their great danger and works to free them from the evil now surrounding them. As the battle for their souls ensues, David's love for Aneron and his loyalty to Sarah are soon put to the test. Will Jonah's call on heavenly protection be enough to shield them and the rest of the world from Mahan and his followers? Or will misery and woe descend upon the earth as was prophesied by the ancients? Only time will tell.’

This is Richie Bast’s second novel - GUARDIANS AT THE VEIL - and as fine as his debut was, this novel surpasses that. He has created his own form of fantasy occult romance novel and it works – very well! Grady Harp, August 16

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You Watch for James
You Watch for James
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4.0 out of 5 stars ‘Corden wants his friend’s company so he can avoid the traffic snarls of Los Angeles…and turn his solo commute into a carpool.’, August 27, 2016
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New York City author Brian Barton has a work history that would be the envy of every young person. He was a freelance employee with Apple in the important transition time of Apple into the computer galaxy and since his participation there he is a featured author for USA Today and also writes for Esquire, The London Times and Time. As with his articles this essay is short but so rich in history and humor that it pleads to be stretched into a novel

Just as with Brian’s book WORDS WITH STEVE JOBS In this brief ebook he focuses on another very contemporary topic – ‘If you’ve been on earth this year, you already know I’m talking about Carpool Karaoke. Host James Corden (The Late Late Show with James Corden) uses lines like the above to kick off the smash hit viral video series. We usually find Corden on his mobile phone at the beginning of each episode, parked at the wheel of his SUV. We observe as he talks into his phone and complains to an unseen friend about his brutal commute. Corden wants his friend’s company so he can avoid the traffic snarls of Los Angeles (or New York or London) and turn his solo commute into a carpool. The show’s opening is basically unchanged even after a dozen episodes, but it’s no less fresh. It’s fun because Corden says his lines with a wink and a nudge, bringing us in on the joke.’

As a fine journalist and contemporary philosopher/observer of the human comedy Brian uses this kick off to examine the personality of James Corden and the concept of the social media that has usurped the minds and atmosphere and air of our living space. ‘Social media has done wonders to sand down our rough edges. Our online personas are retouched and manicured to present our ideal public selves. Death and public speaking are no longer our fears, because social media has taken their place. We fear making a post on social media that’s met with the sound of crickets. We need constant online validation, and stress when our posts don’t elicit wild applause. We freak out without an immediate avalanche of likes, up votes, comments, and retweets. And we quickly hide our online thoughts when things don’t go as planned, like a nervous bandit who hides in the bushes until the stagecoach passes through. None of us want to seem uncool in the biggest virtual high school on earth: the online universe.’

Brian Barton has is finger on the pulse of today and translates what he sees and hears and experiences - and philosophizes as well as anyone writing today. Take out a mirror and look at your self while thoroughly enjoying the pen of Brian Barton. Grady Harp, August 16


Everything She Wanted: A Cute Christmas Short Story That Leaves You Smiling!
Everything She Wanted: A Cute Christmas Short Story That Leaves You Smiling!
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4.0 out of 5 stars ‘Even she could not deny the man standing in front of her was absolutely gorgeous.’, August 27, 2016
Florida author Jacqueline Winslow lives a life of romance and writes books of romance – NO TIME FOR LOVE, INFERTILITY STINKS: 31 day infertility devotional and now EVERYTHING SHE WANTED, Jacqueline adheres to her belief that ‘love can and often comes when you least expect it.’

Some authors have a flair for describing that first encounter with an attraction between people and Jacqueline certainly has mastered that. Christmas season, a Christmas tree lot, and a lady who is NOT with the spirit of the season, until – ‘He was heavenly. The voice belonged to a rather handsome man with massive, muscular shoulders, a trim waist, and a very distinguished man bun. He seemed to be in his early thirties. Her bashful eyes could not hide the caution, nor the interest she felt, even as she gazed upon him with unmasked appreciation. Her lashes lowered as she pondered what to say. Without meaning to, she looked back up, instantly wide-eyed. Staring back at her were the bluest eyes she'd ever seen. His hair was long, and twisted into a bun at the base of his head. His demeanor depicted infinite wisdom, yet his appearance seemed young. Yes, I am single, she thought. Inwardly, she couldn’t stop the smile that accompanied her thoughts. She'd been single for far too long. Her last relationship of two years ended peacefully, but that was over a year ago, and since then, she’d grown overly cautious.‘
From that very positive encounter we move into the plot synopsis- ‘Mariana is expecting another lonely holiday until an impromptu walk onto one very special Christmas Tree Lot. She isn’t there for anything other than to get the “Christmas Spirit” out of her system. What she finds instead is a very handsome man wearing an equally handsome man bun. Since when did she have a thing for man buns? A Christmas Eve Romance is about to get real!’

Simple story, well delivered, certainly a seasonal taste of what make Christmas special! This is a well-crafted little short romance novella, sure to please the Chick Lit group (who happen to be a very big reading crowd!). Grady Harp, August 16

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The Ranks of the Insane (Mockingbird Hill Book 9)
The Ranks of the Insane (Mockingbird Hill Book 9)
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5.0 out of 5 stars “The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane.”, August 27, 2016
(Note: the title of this review is by Marcus Aurelius)
Dorothy K Morris has the gift - she loves writing and it shows graciously throughout her growing series of books - the nine books that comprise THE MOCKINGBIRD HILL SERIES. She writes 'about people, the human condition, with strengths, weaknesses, courage, cowardice, love, kindness, and cruelty.' She takes us to the early part of the 18th century as she continues to unravel the history of South Carolina. According to Dorothy, `I wrote it because it is, indeed, my heritage, but so far back that I knew nothing about the subject. When most people think of slavery in the South, we think of King Cotton. Seldom or never do we think of rice. But Glaberrima Rice, African rice, was the product that made South Carolina the richest Colony and Charles Town the wealthiest city, and slaves from the West Coast of Africa were the people with the expertise to do it. Rice from Asia came much later.' The books of this series in order of publication are SECRET SINS OF THE MOTHERS, COYOTES OF CREEK CROSSING, THE EIGHTH EVIL, THE TIME IN BETWEEN, DIRTY RICE, TALLY’S NOOK, FROM THE FAR PLACES, THE NATURE OF THE BEAST, and now: THE RANKS of the INSANE. The seeds sewn in parts 1 – 8 that have sprouted and grown into more mature aspects of this impressive series. The continuation of the characters and places progresses in this the ninth novel of the series – THE RANKS OF THE INSANE.

In Dorothy’s brief but terse synopsis she lays the groundwork for this epic novel: ‘In 1739, England's enemy in Spanish Florida increased their enticements to lure slaves to leave their colonial masters from South Carolina. They offered free land to any and all who would come and settle. Some slaves who ran tried to do as much harm as possible to the hated white slave owners on their way. The result of all these pressures was the Stono Rebellion, the most egregious slave uprising yet in the colony, where savage killings of white men and women were repaid with equally savage executions of the perpetrators. In the colony the numbers of blacks outweighed the white population, who now feared for their safety. The colonists realized they had created a monster. They had a tiger by the tail. What to do? Rebellion and retribution.’

History, drama, the challenges of the melting pot of early South Carolina - men, women, children (both with families and as indentured servants or slaves), conflicting ethnic groups, religions, and nationalities – create the vast cast of characters on Dorothy’s colorful, intellectually immersing stage proscenium. The history of South Carolina continues to amaze us. Grady Harp, August 16

I received a free copy of this item for review.


There's A Bigfoot In My Shower
There's A Bigfoot In My Shower
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5.0 out of 5 stars ‘What’s so scary?’ ‘Oh nothing. Nothing at all.’, August 27, 2016
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Author John Nygard III and illustrator Carol Ada join talents in this children’s book that appears to be the debut publication by John. The story is so well sculpted and the lessons about childhood fears so well managed that it seems he will have a very successful career should he pursue other books of this nature.

A wee chap named Jack does not like baths or showers but with his mother’s reassurance he agrees to shower, not minding the experience at all – until one night he hears a noise and sees a shadowy presence in his yard: Jack is sure it is Bigfoot! His mother listens and tells Jack that Bigfoot is imaginary. That night Jack prepares for his shower, but when he opens the door of the bathroom, steam escapes and he sees a shadow behind the shower curtain. Frightened he tells his mother about Bigfoot being in the shower and decides he didn’t want to shower again. He gathered his courage and decided to catch Bigfoot. He waits beside the bathroom door but all is quiet - until he hears the shower go on, sees a furry hand at the curtain, and decides to face Bigfoot – but instead of Bigfoot the ‘creature’ in the shower is his own Dad, dirty from work. Jack shares his sightings and fears and his Dad reassures him that the figure outside and the figure in the shower was simply his own dirty working self. It was Dad all the time! No need to fear.

The fine storyline and the excellent illustrations combine well to offer a children’s story that will doubtless be a favorite – for the fright, for the discovery, and for the funny aspects. This is a fine little book – especially for a debut story – and bodes well for John Nygard III. Grady Harp, August 16


A WOMEN TO BLAME
A WOMEN TO BLAME
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5.0 out of 5 stars `Man supposes he directs his life and governs his actions, when his existence is irretrievably under the control of destiny.', August 26, 2016
This review is from: A WOMEN TO BLAME (Kindle Edition)
Los Angeles author Vincent Panettiere began his colorful career as a sports writer for a wire service and Boston daily, altered his path by accepting several executive positions at CBS and Fox Network, wrote several film scripts yet to be produced and served as a literary agent for television and film writers and directors, and as a sports agent for major league and professional baseball players. He is the author of THE INTERNET FINANCING SOLUTION, and while that book is an expose of Internet scams, it is also the experience of the author and his personal unfortunate experiences with the Internet global scams. With the success of that first outing with writing he follows now with a well-sculpted mystery thriller A WOMAN TO BLAME. It is an auspicious debut novel.

According to the author, the seed for this novel was story in the New York Times in the late 1970s that originally became the germ of an idea for a film script. The script was not sold and he turned the story into a novel. And lucky for the reader as Panettiere has a gift for developing a strange story line with a heady mixture of comedy, a it of parody on classes of people, a fine sense of setting an atmosphere for a scene, and a tendency to meander through various `pockets' of his story (snowy Chicago sidewalks, expensive condominiums, race tracks and the Caribbean Islands) that while challenging the reader to stay with him also tends to confuse - until you get his drift and realize what he is doing is giving us a story that unfolds like a screenplay. The very brief summary offered before reading is adequate to place us in the realm of the gist of the tale. `A thoroughbred race horse collapses and dies after finishing last in a race he was favored to win. Hours later the stallion's trainer, a young woman with a promising career, is found dead on a suburban Chicago beach. The police draw a facile solution - murder/suicide. A woman to blame? Mike Hegan, a veteran police detective being forced to retire on medical disability, refuses to believe the official version. His search for the truth leads him to a promontory on a Caribbean island where scores are settled and lives lost.'

But the real pleasure of A WOMAN TO BLAME, fine though the storyline is, is in the manner in which Panettierre introduces his cast of characters, the vivid verismo of his scene descriptions, and the polished quality of his writing. Rather early in the first chapter, breaking away from the story yet to be developed, he inserts a time leap that works extraordinarily well: `D.E.A.D' [in the first pages we learn that D.E.A.D. means `Drop Everything And Dance'] Hegan murmured to no one as he awoke and adjusted his eyes to the refracted glare of the Caribbean sun. He felt movement and slowly turned to find Charles approaching. Charles was his pathfinder, his brother in arms. Charles was his taxi driver on the island of Saint Vincent. "They are here," Charles said with a solemnity in his voice Hegan regretted hearing. He followed the turn of Charles' head to find an electric baggage tug being driven slowly across the tarmac of the island's Amos Vale airport. Two baggage carts were connected to the tug. The airport had a runway only long enough to accommodate commuter planes from Barbados and outlying islands in the Grenadines chain. It would never be mistaken for O'Hare. The lone plane on the runway was the de Haviland turboprop that would initiate the first leg of Hegan's trip back to Chicago. Two coffins were lashed to the top shelves of the carts as the tug stopped before the plane's open cargo door. Hegan wondered yet again what took him to this island in the Caribbean; a speck eighteen miles long and eleven wide which he imagined must look like a poppy seed from outer space. Of course, he remembered. Burnt fish. Seven dead. Two bodies traveling with him to Chicago. All died because someone cooked and burned fish. There was an eighth fatality. For that dead woman, he would always feel completely to blame.' Given writing of this skill the reader becomes committed to staying with this thriller mystery to discover the meaning behind this occult insert at story's beginning.

Vincent Panettiere may have waited to place a novel before the public, but with this entry he is likely well positioned to make a significant mark. Grady Harp, August 16


George Gershwin: An American in Paris, Concerto in F
George Gershwin: An American in Paris, Concerto in F
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5.0 out of 5 stars ‘Focal points of American music from when music was music’, August 26, 2016
Lincoln Mayorga is a superb, dashing soloist and when coupled with Steven Richman conducting the Harmonie Ensemble/New York this is George Gershwin at his core, reminding us once again that he was an American music genius. Mayorga tears into both the Concerto in F and the 3 Preludes with polished finesse and intuitive jazz approach. He is such a magnificent pianist that it would be difficult to imagine anyone else interpreting these two works better.

As for Richman and the Harmonie Ensemble/New York, they seek to correct decades of well-meaning but wrong-headed reinterpretations of classic scores, that inept sense to ‘improve‘ Gershwin. The "Of Thee I Sing" overture. Is a well-chosen excellently played entry into the sound of this material: vibrant, jazzy, unburdened by too many strings. This recording redresses the wrongs done to "An American in Paris," both by restoring the composer's original score and by bringing it in at a tempo that suits its nervous energy. It's a work that bears close attention when performed like this, because it reminds us that Gershwin's genius went far beyond his wellspring of catchy tunes.

The works included here are as follows:
An American in Paris
Concerto in F
3 Preludes (as orchestrated by Roy Bargy)
Overture to Of Thee I Sing

Perfection and by far THE recording of these great pieces to won. Grady Harp, August 16


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