Matthew Damascus kills Bladejob dead with a single stroke. Plus, aesthetic lamentations for a wrestler? Que?
It’s time for Bladejob to dole out dubious year-end honors for the
“best” that Wrestling had to offer in 2000. Objectivity and common sense
went right out the window…
What We Talk About (When We Don’t Talk About Wrestling). Anything else would
be telling. It’s Bladejob, it’s new, it’s overdue.
Matthew Damascus returns to devote Bladejob entirely to the
most fearsome woman in wrestling EVER– spiked blue hair, capes, bound feet,
Duran Duran makeup, and a brutal guillotine legdrop– it has to be Bull
Peace In Pieces (Intercept Music). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Six women sing 60 or so songs from the 60’s.
The Corner. Review by Stacey Zering.
A long night’s journey in the Restoration
The Breakthrough gangs takes us back to the early ’90’s in this excellent evening of Broadway tunes.
Good Good Man (Disismye Music). Review by James Mann.
The New Wrong Way. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Fine Line (Columbia Records). Review by Christopher Long.
John Wesley Powell lost an arm in the war, but still runs the Colorado river from Wyoming to Nevada with an all-female cast.
Closer. Review by Stacey Zering.