Google to see where my re-
views (and other pieces) are ending up. Here are some of
the more interesting results.
AMG reviews of Lloyd Price - Lawdy Miss
Clawdy and the Incredible String Band - U
AndMoreAgain review of Cheater Pint - Dark Side of the Pint
Don't Look Back:
AMG review of Scientists - Blood Red River
We Heart Music:
AMG bio of the All Girl Summer Fun Band
The Imagination Movers:
Amazon review of the Imagination Movers - Stir It Up
AMG review of Alejandro Amenábar -
The Others [original soundtrack]
Amazon review of The Work of Director Stéphane Sednaoui
Amazon review of Marie Antoinette
Amazon review of Hinder - Extreme Behavior
The Washington Post:
Amazon review of Second Generation
Endnote: Yes, I can now say I've been "published" in Bill-
board and The Washington Post! No doubt they have a lic-
ensing agreement with Amazon—but still. It is what it is.
over at Siffblog. I must admit, I didn’t know Weber was most recently known for his photography of Abercrombie & Fitch models. Though the cinematography for Let's Get Lost is cred-
ited to Jeff Preiss, I’ll surely be considering the juxtaposition
of Chet Baker’s jazz milieu with that of the modern fashion scene when I see the film next week." In addition, The National Soc-
iety of Film Critics continues to highlight my Amazon reviews,
like the cult-astic Over the Edge (Matt Dillon's first film).
Don't Look Back image (Pennebaker shoots Dylan) from
The Sacramento Bee. Click here for I'm Not There review. In
the film, Todd Haynes recreates scenes from the documentary.
He also recreates scenes from Murray Lerner's Festival. (Click here for my Siffblog review.) In Haynes' version of events, Newport is rechristened "The New England Jazz and Folk Fes-
tival." For those who can't get anough Newport-era Dylan, Ler-
ner has just issued The Other Side of the Mirror: Bob Dylan at
the Newport Folk Festival. Click here for more information.