- Screen Reviews
- July 25, 2017
A confusing and idiosyncratic movie about a communist cell in 1950’s Japan and where they ended up in 1970.
The latest configuration of this chart-busting ’90s combo played a concise set to an intimate Florida crowd.
What if everyone had a point but you? Harry Nilsson and Oblio find out in this marvelous film for children — and their parents!
Take a tour through the Pointless Forest with Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr.
Roger Hodgson may not be a household name, but you’re certainly familiar with his voice and his work. As the former Supertramp member makes his way across America, Bryan Tilford finds out where his distinctive voice has been hiding and what he plans to do with it.
McCartney and McCartney II (Reissued) (MPL communications). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Colin Hay tells stories and knocks off his hits in this intimate acoustic show at Orlando’s Plaza Live. Carl F Gauze sits in.
Connected (Larkio Music). Review by Matt Parish.
Does that sound like the Beatles to you? Author Kristofer Engelhardt delivers an updated version of his exhaustive 1998 guide, detailing the individual Beatles‘ musical contributions to other artists’ recordings.
Hitting the road with Ani DiFranco as a follow-up to her national touring debut with no less a superstar than Tracy Chapman, Gaby Moreno will have to follow-up her debut album, Still the Unknown with a title more befitting her potential breakout. She’s already got some surprises up her sleeve for the second act.
Y Not (Hip-O/UMe Records). Review by Matt Parish.
Matt Parish looks into the eyes of soul at a recent Leon Russell show.
Matt Parish sees if Tony Palmer’s trailblazing “rockumentary” on the sounds of the Sixties has stood the test of time.
Mary Had A Little Amp (Epic). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Was it a time warp in Carnegie Hall? Gail Worley reports on what may be the greatest tribute band of the greatest band ever.
George Harrison died of cancer today. James Mann looks at the life and influence of "the quiet Beatle."