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Unless you're an ardent leftist, it'll be hard to read this issue of the Voice without wanting to tear it in half.
Stanford professor seeks repeal of copyright extension on constitutional grounds.
In the 1960s, record producers such as George Martin, Phil Spector, Quincy Jones and Brian Wilson became household names, because they had a vision of how technology could create a new kind of popular music.
This autobiography is as much Bruce Campbell's life story as a treatise on how to make a low budget horror movie, or really any independent film.
A multi-instrumentalist, Grisman is most famous for his mandolin playing. In this series he has teamed himself up with some of the best for duets and trio arrangments of songs and instruments ("voices") that are authentic (or near authentic) to an era.
For comparisons to other rock movies, the Wilco doc. about the making of 2002 release "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" has more in common with the sad documentary of the Beatles dissolution "Let it Be" than "A Hard Day's Night."