Just so you know, I’ve posted the next letter in my A-Z Music Review Revue, featured on www.ryansitzman.com. I thoroughly invite you to check it out. The theme is the letter K, and there are four great reviews of four semi-great albums. I’ll be posting it here on the blog in parts, as well, but for now, I’ll let you read the introduction. Remember, go to ryansitzman.com and click on “Music Reviews” to read the thrilling finale!
EXCERPT FROM “K” REVIEW:
“Greetings everyone! Once again, it’s been a long, long time since I sent my last A-Z music review, and a lot has happened since the last edition. As you all know, my younger brother Paul has tried to steal the wind out of my sails by starting his own music A-Z music review series. And dammit if the boy ain’t efficient, and a good writer to boot. In the time it took me to get through about one average letter, Paul has already made it to C, and he sent trash-talking word that D is on the way, too. At the same time, though, Paul’s a good rival, and he even set up a page on his website that links all of the reviews that he wrote, as well as links to all of mine. Good sport, old boy! You can find the links by clicking on this link.
Alas, rivalries like this are a story as old as time. However, this isn’t an elementary school field day; not everyone gets a feel-good yellow “participation” ribbon. Since these are music reviews we’re dealing with here, let’s use a musical analogy: The entirely excellent and competent Paulieri continues to produce music reviews of the highest quality and virtue, but they will never match the soul, wit, and sheer fickleness of the reviews written by his contemporary, Wolfgang Ryandeus Sitzart.
Having said that, let me don my powdered wig, and let’s get Baroque on this batch!”