- Screen Reviews
- November 20, 2017
See the last live show of metal pioneers Black Sabbath.
A Gentle Evening With Townes Van Zandt (Dualtone). Review by James Mann.
Music From the Motion Picture (DMZ / Columbia / Sony Music Soundtrax). Review by David Whited.
Inhabiting The Ball (The Telegraph Company). Review by Brian Broccoli.
Original Soundtrack (Hollywood). Review by Steve Stav.
Considered the first rock documentary, D.A. Pennebaker’s new-to-DVD Don’t Look Back follows Bob Dylan on selected dates from his 1965 British tour, his last all-acoustic tour. Hal Horowitz takes a look at the granddaddy of all rockumentaries.
With the year drawing to a close, we thought it’d be appropriate for our staff to tell you what they thought the best stuff all year was. Features Editor James Mann kicks off with his choices for the Top 19 Albums of 2001.
Hunkpapa (Shoeless). Review by Ryan Scarrow.
The Songs of Charley Patton (Telarc Blues). Review by James Mann.
Love And Theft (Columbia). Review by Ryan Scarrow.
Whiskey Hill (Blue Monster). Review by Vanessa Bormann.
Singer/songwriter Joe Henry tells Gail Worley that he considers himself a very lucky man, and after hearing about his work with Ornette Coleman, sipping martinis with Bob Dylan, and having his sister-in-law record one of his songs (maybe you’ve heard of her — she’s called Madonna), it’s hard to argue.
Around The Margins (Inbetweens). Review by Julio Diaz.
Time Travel is Lonely (Barsuk). Review by Julio Diaz.
Nina Simone (Atlanta Jazz Festival, Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA, May 26, 2000). Concert review by James Mann.
Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits and Vol. ll (Columbia). Review by Hal Horowitz
Live 1966 (Columbia). Review by James Mann