Bob Dylan gave this concert 50 years ago tonight, and it still resonates.
Archive for October, 2014
Mike Tiano discusses a film sub-genre where everything is not as it seems.
Stuck for a Halloween playlist to help while away the minutes between tonight’s zombie apocalypses?
Queen’s Roger Taylor discusses the possibility of a studio collaboration with Adam Lambert.
The Huntertones, née The Dan White Sextet, lean on trombonist Chris Ott’s arranging magic to give another cinematic song a swift, hard-bop kick in the pants.
How you can pen such a profound and meaningful song in your early 20s, as Bruce Springsteen does here?
Perhaps not quite as amazing as his fabled sides for Blue Note Records, but Bud Powell’s ‘Live At The Blue Note Café, Paris 1961’ is plenty good enough to make any jazzbo wish they’d have been there.
Robbie Robertson’s willingness to speak from the heart gave moments like ‘Broken Arrow’ a new resonance.
Tingling and trembling with style and substance, Aerial’s ‘Why Don’t They Teach Heartbreak at School?’ is a power-pop epic.
Eric Bibb’s civil rights blues manifesto ‘Blues People’ is poignant, and also entertaining.