- Music Reviews
- October 20, 2017
“Sincerely, L. Cohen: A Live Celebration” (Potato Family Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Overweight and middle aged, Mikael Kawa loses his wife and compensates by traveling to Kurdistan and trying out for the local professional soccer team. You CAN go home. Sort of.
“Overweight male gun nut seeks hot Ukrainian woman. Must be willing to travel.” Carl F Gauze investigates a film that details just who is involved here.
The Genius Hits The Road (Concord Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Carl F Gauze heartily recommends this specialized travel book about the Transcendentalist movement and the Boston area. He doesn’t mention, though, if they’ve set up a breakfast nook in Thoreau’s old jail cell from Civil Disobedience.
A backpacking adventure in a small Slovakian town turns deadly. Brittany Sturges gets the chills.
A strange train ride that threatens to never end. Jason Nelson records stray observations and relishes the quick brush of a pretty girl’s arm.
In the Spring of 1999, Henry Rollins was challenged to appear each Wednesday for eight weeks, and give a different spoken word performance each time. Joe Frietze gives us the rundown on this DVD chronicle.
Why is Carl F. Gauze thankful for travel? Find out.
This is applaudable. What is not applaudable is the proficious amounts of pornography and various hallucinogenic drugs they bring along with them. I have nothing against the porn (or the drugs, for that matter); however, a bus station is not a fun place to begin seeing the walls move inwards and outwards in time with your heartbeat.