Ruth and Martin's Album Club | The Nile Online | TheMarket New ZealandGuests including JK Rowling, Richard Osman and former leader of the Liberal Democrats Tim Farron, are asked to listen to an album for the first time, and wax lyrical about their thoughts on the bogger. A book has now been released featuring the best guests, so we sat down with founder Martin Fitzgerald to get the lowdown Each entry in Ruth and Martin's Album Club begins by asking the guest what their three favourite albums are, so it seemed only fair to pose this question to Martin. The idea for the blog came when Martin finally listened to Cassadega by Bright Eyes for the first time and, despite its earnest nature, enjoyed the album. He then sought out the biggest Bright Eyes fan that he knew, Ruth Lockwood, and asked her, "Why didn't you just sit me down and make me listen to that album at some point in the last ten years? It would have been the right thing to do. But this wasn't just about getting people to listen to "classic" albums, nor was it about whether people liked the albums or not, Martin was "interested in their reasons for opting out, and what happened when they opted in.
Ruth and Martin's Album Club
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Someone sent a link to the article boo, Paul Weller's wife on Rkth, and she said that sometimes it's best not to analyse art. Our hero. Personalised Edition Tell us your favourite song of all time and Martin Fitzgerald will review that song using his own actual handwriting on the inside cover of the book. A simple premise -have famous ish people listen to A Classic Album capitalisation mine they've never heard before and report back on whether they liked it or not.
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Brandt, is even wearing the same hat he wore that day, a legend in his own mind if not martis in reality. Sep 19, Ben rated it it was amazing. Each entry features an introduction to each album by blog creator Martin Fitzgerald. So here he is i? Beautifully written reviews of people reviewing albums.
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