- Music Reviews
- November 18, 2019
Mad Lad A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry (BMG). Review by Joe Frietze.
A complex tale of sex and morality plays out in a small southern college
A demon overtakes a Christian puppet troupe, upsetting next week’s Sunday service.
Puppets have sex. Where do you think little puppets come from?
Five women form a close friendship in an elite eastern college during the heady days of the feminist revolution.
Let’s visit an America attacked by birds that peck us to death at high tide. Not sure how things are going in Phoenix.
Boundaries get pushed to the limit in this revival of the classic hippie musical from 1967.
A mysterious woman upsets the ultra liberal Taub household.
Detroit in the 1960’s was a hard city going through hard times. The music that come out of Detroit was incubated at the Grande Ballroom. Wayne Kramer (MC5), Ted Nugent and many others remember the wild times.
Explicit torture in the middle ages leads to death, dismemberment and a new found respect for the American justice system and the inquisition.
A Craigslist date turns really weird. And then the seahorses kick in…
A young woman runs away from home, has a series of unhappy relationships, falls into professional sex and cocaine, and then cleans up and enters culinary school.
Is It Love or Desire? (Light In The Attic Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Superman blows his brains out and a sleazy detective tries to cash in on the publicity. At least that’s what Carl F Gauze thought he saw during this muddled film.
Psst! Carl F Gauze has a secret to tell about secrets. Peek over his shoulder while he delves into a new psychological study on the motivation and results of living a secret life.
Frontman/shirtless sex symbol/small-town boy Scott Blonde discusses the Bay Area band’s scandalous past — and future — in a candid interview with Steve Stav.
The only thing that can stop Carl F. Gauze from reading Wayne Koestenbaum’s enjoyable new volume of poetry is … Hold on a sec. Who’s there? Pizza? I didn’t order a pizza….
A documentary about the author of “Story of O”, the controversial novel about sadomasochism. Carl F Gauze unwraps the plain brown wrapper.
A Buddhist Monk trains his pupil in a mysterious setting in this Korean tale of life. Carl F Gauze meditates on a cinematic landscape.
A visit to the Erotic Muesum reveals an electic view of sexuality. Carl F Gauze maintains his composure.