Totally epic, gorgeous, outsider pop masterpiece. And it comes from Austin. See
this and their "Bright Blue Dream" album.
By: ikhrāj Maḥmūd Dhū al-Fiqār
Please do not watch this movie if you do not have to... Simply terrible, and I do
not consider myself a harsh critic. It has the ridiculous script of a 70's American
movie that so bad it couldn't be accepted by an American audience or producers, so
it was just translated into Arabic and pawned off to an Arab audience. To me it
seemed culturally insensitive at worst, without culture at all at best, and the only
thing "Arabic" about it was the language.
Reviewer: Longhorn Reviewer
By: Wall, Mick.
This is a unique biography. The author Mick Wall weaves in cool fictional
monologues by his main characters to great effect...the tone is sometimes nostalgic,
although more often quite bitter...while I could not begin to say how accurately the
author portrays the complexities of each member's personality, one does get a sense
of the general temperament of these largely mythologized figures. Moreover, the
narratives provide both an informative history lesson on the life and music of this
phenomenal band, and a quite humanizing account of the music industry in 1960's and
By: Deep Purple
"Machine Head" is not merely an influential and genre-defining moment in hard
rock...it is a collection of sincerely hot funshine dashed off by one supremely
talented ensemble...and the production is timeless...and yes, Ritchie Blackmore