- Music Reviews
- September 23, 2020
20th Century in 100 Songs (Louisiana Red Hot Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
A pot boiling rock and roll movie. But ignore the plot; this ROCKS with classic performances from Chuck Berry to Richie Valens.
Take one last look at the Subway Lounge, home of the last juke joint in Clarksville, Mississippi.
A rather thin and uninformative quickie documentary on the unlikely political campaign of Donald Trump as he seeks the Presidency.
Pam Grier escapes a prison chained to a white girl revolutionary in Black Mama, White Mama.
Pray For Death‘s protagonist goes total Kung Fu on the bad guys leaving us with a weird mix of On the Waterfront meets Ran.
Pam Grier triumphs in Sheba, Baby!
We follow the rocking Scorpions on their farewell tour. After fifty years on stage not only can they still rock, they have Mikhail Gorbachev as a friend.
Two full documentary films about the art of white men playing black music for more white men. But on a boat…
An elderly Jewish couple fights off the thugs of 1970’s NYC and finds happiness in each other.
There are adult males who adore “My Little Pony.” This is a weird thing, but do not be judgmental until you see this movie. It’s also weird, but not really any more awkward than Dragon Con. Just…weirder.
Replacements: three. Original members: two. Who wins? It’s your call on this faithful imitation of the Yardbirds’ old sound.
The mostly true story of the Singing Nun shot in the style of the French New Wave.
Archival footage captures the concert energy of Johnny Winter.