SEEN/HEARD: Playlist, 5/21-27/18

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Here’s what we’ve been watching/listening to during the past week:

SEEN
“A Man Called Horse” (Elliot Silverstein, 1970)
“They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?” (Sydney Pollack, 1969)
“Straight Time” (Ulu Grosbard, 1978)
“From the Back of the Room” (Amy Oden, 2011)
“The Commitments” (Alan Parker, 1991)
“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” (Tomas Alfredson, 2011)
“Infini” (Shane Abbess, 2015)

HEARD
Various artists: Memphis Masters: Early American Blues Classics 1927-34 (Yazoo, 2008)
Bob Dylan: Tempest (Columbia, 2012)
Bob Dylan: John Wesley Harding (Columbia, 1967)
Alison Fraser: Tennessee Williams: Words and Music (Ghostlight, 2014)
The New Christy Minstrels: Greatest Hits (Columbia, 1966)
The Rooftop Singers: Vanguard Visionaries (Vanguard, 2007)
Spanky & Our Gang: Spanky & Our Gang (Mercury, 1967)
Todd Rundgren: Anthology: (1968-1985) (Rhino, 1989)
Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks: Where’s the Money? (Blue Thumb, 1971)
Sondre Lerche: Two Way Monologue (EMI, 2003)

3 Comments
  1. -R. says

    You’ve been on a Dan Hicks run lately. Excellent – everyone should be aware of him and his delightful band. Where’s the Money is one of his finest, IMO.

  2. Norm Ainslie says

    Saw Dan and this band in 1971and many times since. Sad that he is gone.

  3. Greg says

    R: Yes, the Dan Hicks jag continues, and there ain’t nothin’ wrong with that. I’m not a big fan of live albums, but Where’s the Money? is the exception to the rule…

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