Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Lost and Found

Every few months, I check Google to see where my reviews are ending up. Here are some of the more interesting results.

Blazing Blades:
Ice Network preview of Pop Star on Ice

Film Fanatic:
Siffblog review

Harsh on Your Mellow:
Siffblog interview with Barry Jenkins

Amazon review of Fela - Music Is the Weapon

Larry's Corner:
Amazon review of Shivaree - Who's Got Trouble

Amazon review of Ben Folds - Supersunnyspeedgraphic

Nashville Scene:
Amazon review of The Sidney Poitier Collection

Rock Paper Scissors:
AndMoreAgain reviews of Melvin Gibbs' Elevated
Entity - Ancients Speak and Burnt Sugar the Ark-
estra Chamber - Making Love to the Dark Ages

Seattle Fine Arts Examiner:
Siffblog report on Lynn Shelton's Humpday

Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys:
AndMoreAgain review of Casualty Menagerie

[They refer to me as an "eminent music blogger."]

Endnote: In addition, a Seattle Sound quote appears
in the press kit for D+'s What Is Doubt For: "These 15
tracks may qualify as 'shambling'—an irresistibly over-
used term when it comes to indie rock—but there's e-
nough charm, sincerity, and insight throughout On
Purpose to smooth over the rough patches." I'm
also name-checked at Steady Diet of Film and
Women in Film and in the following Wikipe-
Johnny Weir image from

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