SEEN/HEARD: Playlist, 2/11-17/24

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Here’s what we’ve been watching/listening to during the past couple of weeks:

SEEN
*“Jean-Michelle Basquiat: The Radiant Child” (Tamra Davis, 2012)
*“Tim’s Vermeer” (Teller, 2013)
“Occupation” (Luke Sparke, 2018)
“Have You Seen the Listers?” (Eddie Martin, 2017)
*“Entertainment” (Rick Alverson, 2015)
“Miral” (Julian Schnabel, 2010)
“The Brain That Wouldn’t Die” (Joseph Green, 1962)
*“At Eternity’s Gate” (Julian Schnabel, 2018)
“Painters Painting” (Emile de Antonio, 1973)
*“We the Animals” (Jeremiah Zagar, 2018)

“The Departed” (Martin Scorsese, 2006)
“The Magnificent Ambersons” (Orson Welles, Fred Fleck, 1942)
“Leave No Trace” (Debra Granik, 2018)
*“Roma” (Alfonso Cuarón, 2018)
“I Think We’re Alone Now” (Reed Morano, 2018)

HEARD
Norah Jones: …Little Broken Hearts (Blue Note, 2012)
Peter Gabriel: Us (Geffen, 1992)
Sam Cooke: The Man Who Invented Soul (RCA, 2000)
Gerry & The Pacemakers: Gerry Cross the Mersy (Razor & Tie, 1995)
Cheryl Lynn: Got to Be Real: The Best of Cheryl Lynn (Columbia/Legacy, 1996)
Peaches & Herb: Love Is Strange (Epic/Legacy, 1996)
Peaches & Herb: The Best of Peaches & Herb (Polygram, 1996)
Stephen Clair & The Pushbacks: Stephen Clair & The Pushbacks (StephenClair.com, 1917)
Dire Straits: Making Movies (Warner Bros., 1985)
Jackie Leven: Night Lilies (Thirsty Ear, 1999)
Jackie Leven & the Celtic Soulmen: Man Bleeds in Glasgow (Haunted Valley, 1998)
Alban Gerhardt & the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra: Britten’s Cello Symphony, Cello Sonata & Cello Suites (Hyperion, 2013)
Julee Cruise: The Art of Being a Girl (Water Music, 2002)
Paul Simon: You’re the One (Warner Bros., 2000)
Emmylou Harris: Stumble into Grace (Nonesuch, 2003)
Joe Henry: Civilians (Anti-, 2007)
Joni Mitchell: Mingus (Asylum,1999)
Joni Mitchell: Dog Eat Dog (Geffen, 1985)
Elvis Costello & Allen Toussaint: The River in Reverse (Verve Forecast, 2006)
Sequntia: Symphoniae/Spiritual Songs (Musical Heritage Society, 1995)
Joni Mitchell: Turbulent Indigo (Reprise, 1994)

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