- Music Reviews
- July 13, 2020
Culture Shock Treatment (Paper + Plastick). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Crazy Clown Time (Sunday Best Recordings/PIAS America). Review by James Mann.
“The Iraq war is mine, yours, ours”…Not so fast. – posted by James Mann on October 31, 2011 05:58
Henry David Thoreau was jailed in 1846 due in part to his refusal to pay a poll tax, because of its use in funding the Mexican-American War. From this experience he wrote The Rights and Duties of the Individual in relation to Government or as it is known today, Civil Disobedience. I wonder what Thoreau
Rossini’s great opera, The Barber of Seville, gets the treatment from The Teatro Regio Di Parma.
The Pajama Game – posted by Carl Gauze on October 30, 2011 13:31
I’m Not Here To Take Naps: Tales of a Preschool Perfectionist – posted by Carl Gauze on October 29, 2011 22:42
When wrong doesn’t matter – posted by James Mann on October 28, 2011 08:08
Everybody knows at least one. A friend or family member who forwards you ridiculous emails, generally about one world government or Obama taking your guns away- he’s not, btw- or posts equally stupid crap on Facebook that makes you, by association in public, appear to be in solidarity with whatever nonsense their fevered brains cook
Salt for Salt (Supply & Demand). Review by James Mann.
A former beauty queen kidnaps her Mormon lover and chains him to a bed, makes love to him for three days, and goes to jail. It’s all good fun until the tabloids get the pictures and she has to have her pitbull cloned in South Korea.
Pop Punk’s Not Dead on New Found Glory’s fall tour, but that doesn’t mean that Jen Cray is as blindly accepting of the modern day take on the genre as some.
Ravishers (Timber Carnival Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Mystery of Irma Vep: A Preview of a Penny Dreadful – posted by Carl Gauze on October 27, 2011 00:36
The Sounds strut back through Orlando and Jen Cray is part of the small but devoted crowd that welcomes them.
There’s Always Another Girl (Ye Olde Records). Review by Laura Pontillo.
Divine Providence (Partisan Records). Review by James Mann.
The Bolshoi ballet dances Don Quixote on screen at Maitland’s Enzian Theater.
Western Teleport (Bar / None Records). Review by Carl F Gazue.
The inaugural, and hopefully annual, Orlando Calling Festival brings BIG acts to Central Florida for a major two-day music festival November 12-13.
Whatever (Moshi Moshi Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.