- The Lacking Organization
- July 3, 2020
It took Cheo a couple of years to get back into his usual Latin-flavored slinky tinkles after leaving his previous band, but we’re all glad to hear he’s back.
Victor Mature and Carole Landis star in yet another take on Tarzan.
Recordings. (Sonic Surgery). Review by Scott Adams.
Another Night: The Sire Recordings 1979-1981 (Omnivore). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The old songs of the MGM glory days fill the space with happy nostolgia.
Rifles & Rosary Beads (In The Black Records). Review by James Mann.
A documentary following the band Pussy Riot, their political actions in Putin’s Russia, and their subsequent trial and jail time.
The World of Captain Beefheart (Knitting Factory Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
A Cro-magnon man lives for 14,000 years and gets a job in academia. But now it’s time for him to move on so his friends don’t notice he’s not aging.
Breakthrough celebrates the Broadway music of the early 21st Century.
Corvid (GEO Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Killers treated Orlando to a rare intimate show on an otherwise Arena tour and Jen Cray was lucky enough to score a golden ticket inside.
Blood and chaos and screwball comedy fill this evening of Neil Simon.
A mysterious woman upsets the ultra liberal Taub household.
A pot boiling rock and roll movie. But ignore the plot; this ROCKS with classic performances from Chuck Berry to Richie Valens.
Dan Baird sits down to give us an update on his health, the state of the union, and his memories of Tom Petty and Malcolm Young.
Director Jonas Carpignano discusses his latest feature, A Ciambra, at length with Lily and Generoso Fierro. The follow up to Carpignano’s debut, Mediterranea, and executively produced by Martin Scorsese, A Ciambra is the affecting second film of a planned triptych centered on the people of the port town of Gioia Tauro in Calabria.
Friends and family reminisce about Frank Zappa, his music, and his origins.
Atlantis (Xemu Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Breakthrough gang sings the highlights of the Barry Manilow Songbook.
How Dare You? (Metropolis Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.