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121. Country Weekly
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122. Classical Guitar
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123. Fanfare
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125. The Hollywood Reporter (Daily)
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126. Classical Singer
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127. Piano Journal
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128. Heat
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129. Total Film
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130. Funny Times
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131. Jazztimes Magazine C-w Jazz Education
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137. Starlog
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138. Orange Coast Magazine
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121. Country Weekly
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Asin: B00005NINP
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American Media Inc
Sales Rank: 496
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Review from a DJ
As a country music DJ, I have to be up on the latest in the field. Country Weekly provides me with just "the good stuff," allowing me to tell my fans the most accurate information about what's going on in the country music world. I highly recommend it!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best.....
if you love country music than this is what you want to read. it will keep you up to date, along with lots of photos of what is going in and around countyr music. many of the photos are mint, and they change up the covers a lot. (esp. faith and tim) but this is a magazine that i found myself buying every week. it was just easier to have it sent to my home!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Country Weekly
I have subscribed to other country music magazines before and have never been as satisfied as I am with Country Weekly. The articles are written for easy, believable reading and feature the favorites, the oldies and the up-and-coming artists.....and written with "good taste". Saying I read it from "cover to cover" is appropriate. Each issue is read very quickly. My husband and mother-in-law have become avid readers since I bought my first issue. Thank you for the opportunity to share my opinion.

5-0 out of 5 stars country weely makes me up to date about music and singers
I'm from Brazil, it's hard to find in ours newspaper and magazines something about country music. We used to see CMT Brazil , but they changed the subject and it's now just like a MTV , a bad one. I'm fanatic about Mrs. Emmylou Harrys and Country Songs also. I've about 500 CDs from Country Music, I knew the news in the Country weekly magazine but it cames to Brazil with 2 months late, and failled some issues. So I'm on the road again looking for Copuntry Music. ... Read more


122. Classical Guitar
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Asin: B00007AW89
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Ashley Mark Publ Co
Sales Rank: 2830
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123. Fanfare
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Asin: B00006KDVX
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Fanfare
Sales Rank: 1234
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Fanfare and I are now celebrating our 20th anniversary.
I have been collecting classical music recordings, now, for nearly a half-century, beginning in the mid-50s (my high school years) with a few monophonic LPs, and even the odd 45 or two: basically, whatever my "walking-around" money was able to cover. Once I was in college, with the sorts of interpersonal interactions that such "close living" encourages, my record collecting became both more varied and more frenetic. And I can identify those college years with the introduction of stereophonic recordings. It was also at this time that I discovered the first two monthly magazines having classical music recording reviews: High Fidelity and HiFi Review (later, Stereo Review).

For the most part, these two magazines (and a few others long fallen by the wayside) covered my music-buying needs for nearly three decades. But, in early 1983, when the CD was launched, I began a re-rationalizing of music purchases, thanks to the permanence of the CD medium.

Enter Fanfare, nearly exactly 20 years ago as I write this. CDs were finally making a big impact on the domestic music industry. (My early CD acquisitions had been from overseas sources, where the CD launch was several months ahead of the domestic launch.) Record stores were stocking new CD titles like mad. And one such store, specializing in classical music, had "retail" copies of Fanfare for sale at the check-out counter. So I bought a copy, along with several CDs.

It turns out that that was both the first and the last such over-the-counter copy of Fanfare that I purchased. The content of that first copy of Fanfare was so incredible that I've been a subscriber ever since. There were so many reviews, so many meaningful interviews with musicians and record label executives, and so many advertisements for this new music medium that I thought I'd died and gone to heaven. (Oh, I'd tried other music review sources as well, many of them, such as CD Reviews, now long gone. Others, such as Gramophone and the British Penguin Guide, seemed too parochial for me. And Fanfare's main competitor over the years, the American Record Guide, just seemed too biased by the publisher's individualistic tastes.)

The average size of a current semi-monthly copy of Fanfare (which is a signal event each time it turns up in my mailbox) is smaller than it once was, thanks to the problems the music industry is presently going through. Whereas it once used to take me the full two months to totally digest its cover-to-cover contents, just in time for the next isssue to show up, now it takes me somewhat less. But it is still the best bargain around for the serious music lover, and it is still the best single source for the widest variety of reliable opinions on music and recording releases. ("Reliable" opinions don't necessarily imply opinions with which one agrees; no one can or will agree with all reviewers or critics. But they DO mean that, once one becomes familiar with the scopes and tastes of individual reviewers, those reviewers' opinions are accurate predictors of one's expectations.)

Over the years, Fanfare has had some of the very best music opinion writers on its staff of reviewers, reading like a "Who's Who" of the field. It still does, and many of these reviewers have been with Fanfare for a long time. While I have a "mind of my own," I nonetheless can rely on these reviewers for their thoughtful analyses.

I guess my favorite feature of Fanfare is the annual (November/December) "Wish List" issue, in which each reviewer sets out his or her five most-wanted recordings of the year. I find it fascinating to compare my own "wish list" to theirs, even though our tastes may vary dramatically. This feature, probably more than any other, has led me to explore new repertoire and artists that I might otherwise have ignored.

And, finally, Fanfare has a nicely liberal attitude toward publishing readers' letters and comments. I've had a few of my own published, and can even state that, in at least one instance, my thoughts on a particular recording has had the effect of changing a reviewer's mind from a postion he previously had held.

My hat is off to Joel Flegler, the publisher of Fanfare, whose unvarying vision and open-mindedness regarding his reviewing staff over a quarter-century has made this journal the benchmark of the music-reviewing field. Thanks, Joel!

5-0 out of 5 stars The most reliable American classical CD magazine
I've been a subscriber to Fanfare for many years and have come to regard it as the most reliable of the two comprehensive American classical CD magazines (the other being the American Record Guide). Its reviews are more scholarly than those of the ARG and tend to be longer, including more detail, more extensive comparisons with other recordings and the like. The writing style is more standard. It has a lively letters section and runs very interesting interviews with musicians as well as reviews of live performances here and abroad. I subscribe to both, but tend to pay more attention to Fanfare. ... Read more


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125. The Hollywood Reporter (Daily)
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Asin: B00005Q7ED
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: The Hollywood Reporter
Sales Rank: 838
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The Hollywood Reporter is one of the most un-Hollywood-like magazines being published today. You won't find any of the chatty gossip or full-page flash of Peoplemagazine, nor will you find the same range of topics (with the occasional lack of depth) of Entertainment Weekly. Rather, this magazine is the definitive source for information on the entertainment industry in the U.S. (there's an international issue published weekly), including movie, TV, theater, and DVD reviews; casting calls; box office rankings; and weekly MPAA ratings; as well as overviews of everything from the music industry to the commercial real estate market. While the entertainment industry itself is clearly the intended audience, anyone who wants to see the Hollywood that exists beneath the surface glitz that has become synonymous with Hollywood will find this magazine well worth the money.
--Bill Hummel
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3-0 out of 5 stars For people in the business
Hollywood Reporter is not for the layman. It's a business magazine dealing with the deals of Hollywood, the numbers and profit. It's still interesting, but it's not for everyone. I tried a trial of the magazine and they would arrive a few days later. The July 8th issue arrived on July 11th. Yesterday's news is old news.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Entertainment Industry Resource
If you're interested in going beyond the gossip and into the mechanics of the entertainment industry, then the Hollywood Reporter is for you. It covers television, film, video games, music and more. Find out about the latest business deals, contracts, technology and trends in the industry. I recommend this newspaper for anyone in (or wanting to break in) to the professional end of the entertainment industry. If you're looking for more consumer-friendly entertainment news, I recommend Entertainment Weekly. If you're looking for information about celebrity life, I recommend People or US Weekly. ... Read more


126. Classical Singer
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Asin: B00006K91N
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Classical Singer
Sales Rank: 831
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Getting focused
I must attest! As a young opera singer not in New York, I have had to do a lot to stay focused and inspired until I can get our there. I bought Classical Singer, Voice Lessons To Go (-both volumes-)by Vaccarino (voice lessons on cd they are so convenient! Wow has my ear improved form the second volume), and The Artist Way by Cameron. Now I feel like I have my own little Opera program around me! I am able to schedule myself and still feel connected to what I hope my future to be.

5-0 out of 5 stars Keeping Classical singers in " Pitch"
I recently, for the first time, discovered the" Classical Singer". I have often dreamed of producing a magazine that gives singers like myself categorised, concise ,variety of easy to read communication on current events in the music world. Who are the current and rising stars?Where do they perform? How do I go about finding and agent? Who and where are the choruses, opera groups, to which I could apply. This magazine covers the need of a singer predominantly.
Clamoring through pages of other magazines to find a paragraph which concerns my interest is a big turn off and waist of precious time. We singers have short lives you know. The Classical singers covers all my needs and fast... ... Read more


127. Piano Journal
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Asin: B00007GAOX
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Epta Uk Ltd
Sales Rank: 2693
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128. Heat

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Asin: B00006KGR9
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Emap Metro / 4th Floor Mappin
Sales Rank: 2177
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Turn up the Heat!
Without a doubt the best weekly magazine in the UK. Possibly even good enough to rival US 'People' magazine! It contains celebrity stories, celebrity interviews, style tips, humorous articles and pictures and reviews of the latest movies, music and books. Not to mention a weekly tv guide with digital channels included.

In short, a magazine NOT to be missed!

3-0 out of 5 stars Britain's US Weekly, good gossipy fun!
This magazine is all pictures, a few captions and lots of salacious gossip on mostly British, some interantional celebrities. Even if you have no clue who the people are, the magazine's humiliation and innuedo filled editorial slant will entertain you.

5-0 out of 5 stars the uk hearts heat magazine
a british weekly gossip multi-award wining magazine with and well a deserved one at that!

If you love your shallow pop and tv gossip buy heat! All the other British gossip magazines are copying but to no avail will they best HEAT !

Buy if you esp love: reality tv (big brother, pop idol etc), david beckham, posh spice and eastenders! ... Read more


129. Total Film
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Asin: B00007B27J
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd
Sales Rank: 1835
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Ignore Spike Fetts review!!!
Spike Fett is mistaken. The 100 Greatest Moments he mentions is not for ALL TIME. They were the top 100 moments of the magazines lifetime, which is only 8 years.

This is one of the best film/dvd magazines out there. I highly reccomend it. It has awesome articles, reliable reviews, and great color photos.

Another thing I like about it is that its an British publication, so you get a different opinion and point of view.

Its a great magazine.

1-0 out of 5 stars A joke to anyone who knows anything about cinema.
This magazine recently (April 05) featured what they felt were the 100 greatest movie moments of all time.Number 1 was the sing-along scene from MAGNOLIA.Other moments in the top 10 included the credits from AUSTIN POWERS 3 and one of Eugene Levy's quotes from AMERICAN PIE.Keep in mind, these are the 100 greatest movie moments of ALL TIME.

This mag/rag is nothing more than the film section of FHM stretched out to full-issue length.Utter trash.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Pictures
"Total Film" is a magazine I discovered while waiting at Heathrow airport at six in the morning.Since then, whenever I see it I buy it.The contents of this magazine are incredible! Though the language can be PG-13 or higher sometimes, it shouldn't be too much of an issue.The articles are fun and fast, as the pictures (which are usually actual pictures, and not cheesy snapshots sold to them by tourists). I especially like the occasional "abridged script" on the back page. I definately, recommend this magazine to movie and entertainment lovers everywhere! ... Read more


130. Funny Times
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Asin: B00005Q7E0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Funny Times Inc.
Sales Rank: 363
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Don't Skip a Single Word
Among the magazines I read (The New Yorker, The Economist, Atlantic Monthly, blah blah blah), Funny Times is the only one I read cover to cover. I start at the beginning and read it straight through, without skipping a word. I don't want to miss anything!

There are columns by Will Durst, Jim Hightower, Dave Barry, Andy Borowitz, and cartoons -- Tom the Dancing Bug, Too Much Coffee Man, Ted Rall, The K Chronicles.

The only bad thing I can say about Funny Times is that the ink comes off on your fingers, just like a regular newspaper. So keep a bottle of hand sanitizer nearby when you read it.

4-0 out of 5 stars The best part of the newspaper
This monthly tabloid delivers 24 pages of the best part of the newspaper - editorial cartoons and humor columns. Topics range from politics to relationships to all the quirks of American life in the new millenium. With authors as diverse as Dave Barry, Andrei Codrescu, and Dr. Science, and dozens of cartoons in each issue, the left-of-center political viewpoints are interspersed with plenty of silly fun.

4-0 out of 5 stars A collection of political cartoons and funny stories
Are you the type of person who picks up a newspaper or magazine and reads the editorial cartoons first? Are you familiar with the work of Tom Tomorrow, Marian Henley, and Ted Rall? Each month the Funny Times provides a tabloid-sized collection of more than a hundred left-leaning political cartoons and humorous observations on life. ... Read more


131. Jazztimes Magazine C-w Jazz Education Guide

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Asin: B0000BVG6S
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Jazz Times
Sales Rank: 1320
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132. Widescreen Review
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Asin: B00006L24Y
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Widescreen Review
Sales Rank: 2126
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133. Q

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Asin: B00006KU6M
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Emap Metro / 4th Floor Mappin
Sales Rank: 1922
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars If Spin was written by Brits...
There used to be tons of music magazines in Britain, but gradually they've disappeared, giving way to lifestyle magazines that run the gamut from celebrity gossip, to articles on (of all things) health. Q has always been focused on music and is pretty much the best barometer of the British music scene. It's stylish, irreverent and intelligent. They're aren't afraid to offend the interviewees neither.

A subscription to Q will keep you up to date on breaking new bands, in-depth interviews with musicians, latest album reviews, (many of which don't get US releases, and certainly aren't played on Clear Channel radio stations) and some really great photography. All of this is delivered with the usual wry humour of good British journalism.

$140 is a lot to pay in one go. I buy it monthly from my local bookshop where the price works out a bit higher, but only because I keep moving house and can't be dealing with changing my address, and I like to support local stores. It's worth bearing in mind that on average 4 issues a year come with full length CDs which mitigates the initial outlay a bit.

Go on... subscribe, you know you want to.

2-0 out of 5 stars good, but not worth the price
First of all, I like this magazine. Q really is the best music-themed magazine out there. But with only 12 issues a year, 120 bucks is way too expensive. I think you will be disappointed if you spend this much on it (well, on any magazine, for that matter).

4-0 out of 5 stars Very informative...
...even though I have to agree with the previous reviewer that they do have some favorites (inc. Beatles,Radiohead,Oasis etc) and you find them on almost every issue. But if you sort reviews carefully you'll be alright...

5-0 out of 5 stars Considering a 'Q' subscription...you should, too!
Q magazine is a brilliant magazine laden with British humor, bonus CDs, special edition magazines, and more. Being a fan, I bought the Led Zeppelin special edition issue, and it was more complete than any novel! It was about 150 pages and contained full-color pictures, info on each album, concert, experience, myth, book, review and bootleg imaginable. When critiqueing an album, they used the opinions of others and the band members as well as their own. This magazine CARES-rather than gushing, ranting, or offering biased opinions, it gives the impartial truth about bands-new and old.

5-0 out of 5 stars When Rolling Stone just won't cut it...
I first picked up Q in desperation after deciding that I just couldn't take any more of Rolling Stone's pretention. Their forays into "serious" political and social commentary are laughable at best -- how do you take seriously an article on Bush's economic proposals when it's prefaced by another considering Britney's thong? I don't read RS for their banal political insights, which are shallow and misinformed -- I read it for the music.

Well, no more. Q has more music and less filler. Even their music coverage is better, extending beyond the typical Xtina/Creed/pop drivel that is recycled so often in American mags. They give you more new music in one issue than RS could in a year's subscription. Yes, the Brits have their own pop divas that Q loves to love, but even just the change of pace is refreshing (at least it's not the *same* pop divas). They manage to pack in an astonishing number of interviews, up-and-coming artist profiles, interesting features, plus literally hundreds of reviews in each issue. Add the bonus CDs, their willingness to cover little-known bands from all over, and the standard British humor, and you've got the best music mag for your buck.

Alas, it is a hefty price tag. For those of us stateside who can't afford the subscription, CMJ is also a fine mag in its own right. ... Read more


134. Performing Songwriter
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Asin: B00006KSFB
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Performing Songwriter
Sales Rank: 1957
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Articles & Content
I subscribe to a number of magazines related to the business of recording and songwriting. Performing Songwriter is the best publication in the business. ...interested in finding out where the industry is going or past influences on the business that we love so much, then this publication is for you. ... Read more


135. Piano Today

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Asin: B00006KSSL
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Keyboard Classics Magazine
Sales Rank: 1205
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136. Feed - Beats Rhymes & Light

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Publisher: Feed Magazine
Sales Rank: 2641
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars YOU GOT TO GET THIS
IF YOU ARE HIP HOP HEAD THAT HAS A LOVE FOR CHRIST, THIS IS THE MAG FOR YOU, THIS MAG HAS AWESOME TESTAMONIES, EDIFING ARTICLES ABOUT DIIFFERENT STRUGGLES, THAT WE BELIEVERS, DEAL WITH ON A DAILY BASIS, AND IF YOUR INTO GRAFF, THIS MAG HAS ALL THE RIGHT STUFF,ESPECIALLY SINCE ITS ALL TO GIVE GOD GLORY. SO PICK IT UP AT YOUR NEAREST CHRISTIAN BOOKSTORE, PEACE.

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible Artwork and Graphics
I've been checking out FEED for years now. They have the slickest artwork of any hip hop magazine. Whether it's Graffitti or just incredible graphics, this mag is polished.

OH yeah, the articles are cool too :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Flipping The Script
In a time where Hip Hop is dominating our culture, it's good to see a magazine that can provide a balance for our youth and young adults. After checking out Feed Magazine, I honestly believe that it is one of the best Christian magazines ever made. I say this because it's fresh, relevant, and informative. Feed Magazine offers Christians and those who are trying to live a better lifestyle, the opportunity to learn about Christian artists that promote positive messages by using the Hip Hop culture. This magazine can stand on it's own next to XXL, Vibe, or Source. I say this because unfortunately, the previous mentioned magazines silently promote artists that popularize sex, money, and a prison mentality via gangsta life. Feed offers a positive alternative and allows its readers to see how other young Holy Hip Hop artists are putting it down for God. At a time where a lot of young people are confused about life's issues and looking for music to get them through, Feed can fill a void that will help others turn to Holy Hip Hop music for answers that are real truth. Thank you Feed for not just promoting what society wants, but for providing a positive alternative to what society needs.

4-0 out of 5 stars PICK IT UP
Remember when Hip Hop and Urban Music actually said something other than Buy Nike or Drink Sprite? Remember when Hip Hop was about quality in music and quality in lifestyle and culture? FEED brings that back with a full color magazine featuring articles on positive urban culture. Breaking the mold set by self-proclaimed urban culture magazines, FEED features regular articles showcasing graffing, breakdancing (b-boying/girling whatever you want to call it)and true critical reviews. Pushing the barriers FEED has discussed issues in all facets of Urban culture such as getting distribution for indie artists, a breakdown about production and what to look out for, and even dealing with relationship drama.

Long story short - PICK IT UP TODAY, it's well worth your money and you won't be disappointed. This magazine makes other Hip Hop culture magazines look like a "See Dick Run" Reader. ... Read more


137. Starlog

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Asin: B00006KY5D
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Publisher: Starlog Press
Sales Rank: 2284
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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A magazine for developments in the field of science fiction. Includes inteviews with writers, actores in the science fiction field.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic SF Magazine
This magazine is fantastic. It's a shame it can't be found in Australia any more. I love the pictures and articles, on every SF show known to SF fans. Maybe it's time to ship some more out to the SF starved fans here in Oz. A quality magazine like Starlog is hard to find.

5-0 out of 5 stars Passionate about all things Science Fiction
This is the only magazine that I've maintained my subscription to for more than a decade. If you are passionate about science fiction you will love this magazine. It covers all topics related to Science Fiction. Obviously this includes movies and television, but in every issue there are regular features that cover what is new in science fiction books, animes, games and comics.

While I enjoy their coverage of the newest big-budget, blockbuster movies, I also appreciate that they understand that there are many fans with less mainstream tastes. Starlog regularly has articles devoted to long forgotten or "cult" science fiction tv and movies of the past. Heck, even most of the advertisements are science fiction oriented.

If you want to know what is happening in the world of sci-fi this is your source. ... Read more


138. Orange Coast Magazine
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Asin: B00005N7RY
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Orange Coast Kommunications
Sales Rank: 1959
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139. Senior Musician
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Asin: B00006KWOW
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Southern Baptist Convention
Sales Rank: 9376
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140. Living Blues
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Center Study Southern Culture
Sales Rank: 873
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Mississippi issue
Blues lovers should check out the Mississippi double issue (vol. 35, #2 & #3). This is an in-depth look at the blues scenes (historical and living) of blues performers, locations, events, etc. all over the state.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best
This is the premier magazine for anyone with a more than passing interest in the blues. The articles focus not only on the major artists, but also publicize musicians who haven't yet hit the big time or "crossed-over." If you love the music and want a feel for where it is going, and what's going on behind it, then this is the first place to turn.

4-0 out of 5 stars "Living Blues" Review
Just recently introduced to this magazine. I was impressed with the quality of the writing and selection of topics. The fact that this magazine is published by a university that's working to preserve the historical roots of the blues is great. ... Read more


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