Author Archives: esmelc

About esmelc

English and Creative Writing graduate, author, teacher, thinker of thoughts.

Ez Reviews #5: Blizzard of Ozz – Ozzy Osbourne

I think it’s fair to say I’ve had a lot of albums recently that I would never normally expect to listen to – but THIS, I’m excited about. The undisputed legend, Ozzy Osbourne. I wouldn’t say I’m a huge metal … Continue reading

Posted in Music, Weekly Album Challenge | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Ez Reviews #4: Play – Moby

  I’m going to say before I start that I have a strange history with this album. I remember my father buying it on release. He had these huge Bluetooth headphones (when they were all the rage, remember?) and he’d … Continue reading

Posted in Music, Weekly Album Challenge | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ez Reviews #3: Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants – Stevie Wonder

I love Stevie Wonder, and he’s become sort of the mascot of the blog, so I wasn’t surprised that Alex gave me a Stevie album this week. What did surprise me was how… un-Stevie it is (and that isn’t necessarily … Continue reading

Posted in Music, Weekly Album Challenge | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ez Reviews #2: Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd

I got this album and confessed to Alex that, although I know plenty of Floyd tracks, I’ve never listened to a whole album in a sitting before. There are always connotations with Pink Floyd of it being ultimate hippy music, … Continue reading

Posted in Music, Weekly Album Challenge | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Esme Reviews #1: Rumours – Fleetwood Mac

My Thoughts I was incredibly fortunate this week to revisit a classic album that I’ve loved for years. ‘Rumours’ is perhaps Fleetwood Mac’s best known album, and there are a hundred good reasons why – in fact, it’s one of … Continue reading

Posted in Music, Weekly Album Challenge | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Introduction: Esme Reviews

Hello all! I interrupt your regular music blogging to introduce myself, and my role in this experiment. My name is Esme and I’m primarily an English teacher, but my two biggest loves are writing and music. That’s kind of why … Continue reading

Posted in Music | Leave a comment