"I finally saw the film last night. I was thankful for this discussion for sufficiently lowering my expectations so I had no disappointment. It seems to me many critics here mainly wish it was a different film. I agree it would have been nice to see…"
"Haven't seen the film and think I will wait for Netflix. But I am a bit curious, not only because I almost always find something to like about Cohen Bros films but also about the reasons for the split opinions. I'm wondering if some of the…"
"Okay this list changes every time I do it, but I guess we're out of time...
1. Shinyribs - Gulf Coast Museum
2. Noam Pikelny - ...Plays Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe
3. Tin Men - Avacado Woo Woo
4. Luke Winslow King - The Coming Tide
"The Bill Monroe bio titled "Can you Hear Me Calling" is a very good one.
The Townes Van Zandt bio "To Live Is To Fly" is very good.
Dr John's 1994 autobiography is a truly great musical autobiography.
I just finished…"
are pretty much locks for my year-end list as they were both in top form.
I See Hawks In LA
are pretty safe bets too.
"It's not an either/or question. Why would you assume it is?
I was actually just having this conversation yesterday with someone who spent the last four years consulting for one of the largest media companies and he told me the…"
"Harder than usual this year to round out the top ten. But here goes:
I Will Never Be Alone In This Land
Fun On Saturday Night
I See Hawks In L.A.
New Kind of…"
"Absolutely. Thanks for the heads-up and I will check out that 2010 CD that snuck past me. I make it down to Louisiana from California at least once a year around festival time in the Spring. I've only made it…"
Someone previously mentioned Alex McMurray out of New Orleans, so I gotta ass another NOLA staple,
Paul Sanchez. Check out this Exit to Mystery Street, which was my No.1 fave album a couple years ago. "
My favorite album this week is Alex McMurray -- I Will Never Be alone In This Land. He is the consumate got-to sideman guitarist ubiquitous around New Orleans but I had not purchased one of his own albums until this…"
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