- Music Reviews
- January 21, 2022
Broken English (Nettwork Records). Review by James Mann.
Andrew Goldman makes a film about Andrew Goldman failing in life. It’s more self-referentialism than you can shake an in-joke at.
Lego super-heroes take over Brick Journal
The rise of punk in our nation’s capital gets chronicled in Salad Days.
Twenty years of hard rocking leads to a nice home in the suburbs, a stable marriage and a beautiful daughter.
The hit musical Annie returns to Broadway and we get a backstage look at the production and preparation. Now Carl F Gauze can’t stop singing the title song.
Was Led Zeppelin’s 1969 show at the Wheaton Youth Center in rural Maryland an urban legend, or just the smallest and worst prompted show of their career? Carl F Gauze discovers the truth is not that easy.
Graffiti artist from around the world explain their art and culture as we watch them paint it in stop motion.
Hallucinator (Loose Squares). Review by Al Pergande.
Dreamers (Invogue Records). Review by Al Pergande.
British rockers Kasabian storm the London O2 Arena in a triumphal concert.
Always. Review by Al Pergande.
Smoking dope and firing guns might not really keep you free, but it sure beats listening to the presidential debates
Pictures and anecdotes relive the heady days of the Fab Four on the Reeperbahn in Hamburg.
With the Wild Crowd: Live in Athens GA (Eagle Rock Entertainment). Review by Al Pergande.
Scandinavian Nights, in Concert 1970-1972, Live in London, and MK III: The Final Concerts (Eagle Rock Entertainment). Review by Al Pergande.
Let Alone Sea (pOprOck Records). Review by Al Pergande.
A young man flunks out of school, loses the girl, and becomes Germany’s greatest poet.
What Makes Bob Holler (Proper Records). Review by Al Pergande.
Best of Vegas (Concord Records). Review by Al Pergande.
If you think Lawrence of Arabia has too much sand, then you might think this documentary has too much Brian Wilson. Rein in the impulse to fast forward and learn a bunch about the most cerebral Beach Boy.