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In their decade of existence, A Tribe Called Quest weren't rap's biggest hit makers, but their signature numbers indeed fill this CD with style, eclecticism, and laid-back but deliberate flow; indeed, the group's stature seems to have grown since its 1998 breakup. The continued importance of their music and ideals for many hip-hop fans will only be enhanced by Anthology's 18 tracks (Q-Tip's recent hit "Vivrant Thing," from the Violator album is a bonus track). Those unfamiliar with Tribe's achievement should have their heads and booties set into motion by the fellas' many moods, from the playful "Check the Rhime" and "I Left My Wallet in El Segundo" to trenchant commentaries such as "Description of a Fool" and "Sucka Nigga." And with its inclusion here, the somewhat rare and all-the-way out "If the Papes Come" will doubtless reestablish itself as an underground favorite. --Rickey Wright
This 1956 mystery anthology, edited by Rex Stout, has some interesting features, apart from the stories themselves. From Stout's introduction: Most of the twenty stories herein are tales of murder and the exposure of the culprit, and what got them thus together in one cover is a feature they have in common: the route of murder is the gullet. The Board of Directors of MWA [Mystery Writers of America] selected the theme and the editor. I was inaugurated without ceremony, and Dorothy Gardiner, Executive Secretary of MWA, invited all members to submit stories, on the understanding that the royalties would go to the MWA treasury, which is not Fort Knox. I asked them [the authors] to put this double question to themselves and answer it: 'In my opinion now (not at the time I wrote it), what is this story's strongest point--or element or characteristic--and why? And what is its weakest, and why?' They responded nobly and possibly even candidly, and you will find the author's comments following almost every story... Stout's own contribution is "By His Own Hand", an Alphabet Hicks story. Surprising, perhaps, since Nero Wolfe is his one creation most associated with food.Anthology Film Archives, NYC
Chainsaw Kiss Screening 6/27/09 at the Anthology Film Archives, NYC. Date: Saturday, June 27, 2009 Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm Location: Anthology Film Archives in the Lower East Side! Street: 32 seconds Avenue and Second Street City/Town: Manhattan, NY Join Chanisaw Kiss for a night of FREE DANGEROUS ART, with 7 intense, strange, and edgy short films from filmmakers Victor Bonacore Joey Smack Ruby Larocca Screamerclauz with muscical performances by Johnnie Lee Jordan Mike Hunchback Lady S And its hosted by Legendary Scream Queen Linnea (Return of the Living Dead) Quigley. Shot by Michael Raso with Canon T-90 Zeiss Jena 28 - 70mm Zoom Lens Fuji Color Superia X-Tra 400 Image © Michael L. Raso
Disc 1 - Live CD:Related topics:
Highlights include exclusive live performances by Beck, Elvis Costello, Wilco, Nick Cave, Beth Orton, Steve Earle and more! Complete tracklist and song samples are above.
Disc 2 - Live CD:
Highlights include exclusive live performances by Lou Reed, Marianne Faithful, Todd Rundgren, Nick Cave, David Johansen, Van Dyke Parks and more! Complete tracklist and song samples are above.
Disc 3 - Live DVD:
The Harry Smith Project Live featuring highlights from the concerts:
1. Elvis Costello, THE BUTCHER'S BOY
2. David Johansen, OLD DOG BLUE
3. Nick Cave, JOHN THE REVELATOR
4. Beck, LAST FAIR DEAL GONE DOWN
5. Ed Sanders, ONE HOT SUMMER NIGHT WITH HARRY SMITH
6. Kate & Anna McGarrigle, SUGAR BABY
7. Lou Reed, SEE THAT MY GRAVE IS KEPT CLEAN
8. Beth Orton, FRANKIE
9. Rosewell Rudd with Sonic Youth, DRY BONES
10. The Folksmen, OLD JOE'S PLACE
11. Robin Holcomb & Todd Rundgren, THE HOUSE CARPENTER
12. Gavin Friday with Maurice Seezer, WHEN THAT GREAT SHIP WENT DOWN
13. Philip Glass, ETUDE NO. 10
14. David Johansen, JAMES ALLEY BLUES
15. Eric Mingus with Gary Lucas, OH DEATH WHERE IS THY STING?
16. Petra Haden, SINGLE GIRL, MARRIED GIRL
17. Richard Thompson with Eliza Carthy, THE COO COO BIRD
18. Bob Neuwirth with Eliza Carthy, I WISH I WAS A MOLE IN THE GROUND
19. Geoff Muldaur, POOR BOY BLUES
20. Don Byron, Percy Heath & Bill Frisell, THIS SONG OF LOVE
21. Kate & Anna McGarrigle with Elvis Costello, OMMIE WISE PART 1 & 2 (WHAT LEWIS DID LAST...)
22. Steve Earle, PRISON CELL BLUES
23. David Thomas, FISHING BLUES
Disc 4 - Documentary DVD:
The brand-new documentary, The Old, Weird America: Harry Smith Anthology Of American Folk Music, will take you on an eclectic musical journey through "The Old, Weird America." Hal Willner's Harry Smith Project concerts celebrate the eccentric genius collector and his influential Anthology Of American Folk Music. Instrumental in helping inspire the urban folk revival of the 1960s, the Anthology's continuing impact on modern music is incalculable. This film is available nowhere else.
Revisionism can be as rewarding as rediscovery; indeed, they often make a compelling duo. Those sentiments drive veteran producer Hal Willner's tribute to pioneering musicologist Harry Smith's documentation and preservation of American folk forms--music that was already an endangered species by the time he originally compiled them for Folkways Records in the early '50s. As he's done on similar tributes to musicians as varied as jazz giants Monk and Mingus, Italian film scoring legend Nina Rota, and songwriters Kurt Weill and Leonard Cohen, Willner puts together a group of musicians as intriguingly eclectic as the vintage songs they're covering. That Smith's own original efforts helped fuel the '60s folk boom that in turn inspired more than a few of the musicians here helps give the collection the warm sensibility of musical traditions coming full circle.
Spread across two CDs and a pair of DVD's are a rich slate of performances captured in Los Angeles, New York, and London in 1999 and 2001, as well as documentary material about Smith's own pioneering efforts that helped inspire them. Beck and Lou Reed spin spare, harrowing takes on blues godfathers Robert Johnson and Blind Lemon Jefferson, respectively, while Elvis Costello, Wilco, Richard Thompson, Steve Earle, Van Dyke Parks, the McGarrigles, and others offer up covers characterized by varying degrees of reverence. But, as is typical of most Willner projects, it's the more unlikely musical pairings here that yield the greatest intrigues, be they Pere Ubu's David Thomas recasting "Fishin' Blues" in his forceful persona or Bill Frisell's distinctive jazz sensibilities--the latter also suffusing Gavin Friday's "Fatal Flower Garden" with ghostly elegance. A welcome sense of playfulness also surfaces throughout, one whose good humor even makes room for a relevant clip from Chris Guest's A Mighty Wind folk mockumentary, as well as amusing recollections by some of the artists influenced by Smith's original musical archaeology. More than merely revering history, this is a collection that cheerfully revels in its reinvention. --Jerry McCulley
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