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October 21, 2014

New Releases 10.21

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

Various Artists -- Move Me Brightly On the occasion of what would’ve been Jerry Garcia’s 70th birthday, what could his musical pals do but celebrate? And party they did, to celebrate the musical and spiritual leader of the Grateful Dead, who died in 1995. This film, conceived by Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann’s son Justin, includes Bill, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, Donna Godchaux, Bob Weir (whose TRI Studios in Marin County hosted the original, five-hour webcast) and ... full story

Category: New Releases Tags: Live, Carlos Santana, Bob Weir, Black Label Society, Ozzy Osbourne, Queen, pop, Beach Boys, Los Angeles, California, move me brightly, phil lesh, justin kreutzmann, bill kreutzmann, jerry garcia, deadhead, grateful dead, donna Godchaux, phil lesh and friends, mickey hart, the outer edges, bluesier, anaheim stadium, England, Thames, tv is my parent, sia, ARIA, Monty Python, New York City, phish, Australian, Roding River, brian wilson, Zakk Wylde, Unblackened, captain trips, DVD, soulful, Milton Keynes, mike gordon, dennis wilson, sia furler, marin county, karl hyde, tri studios, instrumentals, adam mcdougall, North Essex, National Bowl, santana, Club Nokia, Queen on Fire, Hiro Ballroom, Edgeland, black crowes, Buckinghamshire, good vibrations, kieran evans, underworld, The Bowl
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October 14, 2014

New Releases 10.14

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

  Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense This is one of the finest rock concert films ever. Take it from Rolling Stone, which called it “the greatest concert movie of all time.” Entertainment Weekly agreed, saying it’s “wildly entertaining.” Other critics ranked this 1984 film with Woodstock and The Last Waltz. But Stop Making Sense is unlike any other. David Byrne and director Jonathan Demme saw to that. They defied concert film clichés (i.e. no ... full story

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October 7, 2014

New Releases - 10.7

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

 
James Taylor – Pull Over Nice guy makes great music. That’s pretty much it with James Taylor, who gives his multi-generation fan base much to cheer for. First, the songs. Next, his band and singers (including the glorious Valerie Carter). And then his stage demeanor. He’s the anti-Dylan; the anti-Van Morrison. Here, in 2002 at the Rosemont Theater in Chicago, he smiles through most of his songs, and he turns a shouted request for ... full story

Category: New Releases Tags: Bob Dylan, documentary, Jazz, Library of Congress, New York, Rock and Roll, Vienna, sessions, great conversations, pull over, underground, American, Milton Babbitt, battle of who could care less, music conductors, chicago, European influences, Mstislav Rostropovich, pbs, great conversations in music, valerie carter, salarymen, baritone, Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, brick, country music, copperline, improvised, jamboree, American Academy of Arts and Letters, the smithsonian, the composers, indie rock, the conductors, necessity, count basie, Richard Danielpour, whatever and ever amen, ben folds five, experimental, we dont care about music anyway, blues, Ned Roren, spare reels, van morrison, conventional, every day i have the blues, Lowell Lieberman, joe williams, Zubin Mehta, west 54th, avantgarde, james taylor, freedom, contemporary music, ballads, George Perle, the last polka, classic music, rosemont theater, music, basie orchestra, Eugene Istomin, jazz at the smithsonian, James Conlon
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September 30, 2014

New Releases 9.30

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

  Cool Runnings - The Reggae Movie No, this is not the 1993 movie about the Jamaican bobsled team, starring Doug E. Doug and John Candy. This is a documentary of highlights from the 1982 edition of the annual Reggae Sunsplash festival at the Bob Marley Center in Montego Bay. And it's not all reggae and ska, although one highlight is the reunion of the Skatalites. The week-long gathering of grooves and ganja also featured Gil Scott-Heron and Alton Ellis, along with the debut of ... full story

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September 23, 2014

New Releases

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

Roy Orbison – Mystery Girl: Unraveled What was not to love about Roy Orbison? He was humble, he was friendly, and he had one of the greatest voices in popular music. With songs like “In Dreams” and  “Running Scared,” he turned pop tunes into opera, and was called “the Pavarotti of rock and roll.” In 1988, just before he died, he made the album, Mystery Girl: Unraveled, supported by, among others, Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne, his mates in ... full story

Category: New Releases Tags: Tom Petty, Carlos Santana, Jimi Hendrix, Rock and Roll, Live at Montreux, Ike Turner, Hey Joe, In Dreams, Roy Orbison, come together, i'd rather go blind, staatsoper, johnny guitar watson, etta james, La clemenmza di Tito, gangster of love, superstition, i just wanna make love to you, jeff lynne, Nikolaj Znaider, johnny watson, electric flag, Symphonie No 40 in G minor, running scared, aint that a bitch, purple haze, come to mama, the traveling wilburys, Sylvia Schwarts, montreux jazz festival, beats of the heart, pavarotti, mozart, buddy miles, bono, Thomas Quasthoff, bb king, knock on wood, hold on i'm coming, mozart celebration, life is what you make it, changes, you got it, Christof Anacker, mystery girl, bo diddley, music of china, cultural revolution, Deng Xiao Ping, Chinese Blues, shanghai blues, quqin
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September 16, 2014

New Music Tuesday

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

David Bowie – A Reality Tour
One of the all-time great performers in rock and pop (with visits to discos and to outer space), David Bowie hits yet another peak in this 2003 concert, at the Point Depot in Dublin, Ireland. Like that guy named McCartney, he can’t get off the stage, so this film is brimming with 30 songs—culled from 60 that were in his tour repertoire.  Highlights include “All the Young Dudes,” which draws a massive sing-along, ... full story

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