- Screen Reviews
- June 4, 2020
A video streaming service replicates the ’90s with a revival and expansion of the cult TV show Night Flight.
In 1970 Woody Guthrie passed on, and all his friends and fellow musicians joined up to form this memorial concert full of his music and stories.
Valley of the Bones (Famous Brown Boots Music). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
Lana Del Ray gave the capacity crowd in DC all they came for and more on a frigid night. Rick Harris was there to witness.
Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan (Amnesty International). Review by James Mann.
I’ll Never Get Out of this World Alive (New West Records). Review by Sean Slone.
Jeff Schweers suggests a greater purpose for Sid Griffin’s supposedly unique look at Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue.
A Tribute to the Songs of Kath Bloom (Chapter Music). Review by Rod Leith.
Broken Lands (Vanguard). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Shine (Hear Music/Starbucks). Review by Matt Parish.
Gives You: Music From the Dance Performance Pudel (Licking Fingers). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Live 1975: The Rolling Thunder Revue (Sony Legacy). Review by James Mann.
Considered the first rock documentary, D.A. Pennebaker’s new-to-DVD Don’t Look Back follows Bob Dylan on selected dates from his 1965 British tour, his last all-acoustic tour. Hal Horowitz takes a look at the granddaddy of all rockumentaries.