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Category Archives: December 2018

The Electric Review’s 2018 Gift Basket Overflows in Sci-Fi, Rock & Roll, Dickens & Self-Help

The Electric Review recommends the following titles as potential stocking-stuffers for that book worm on your list. BOB DYLAN: THE ESSENTIAL INTERVIEWS. Edited By Johnathan Cott. Simon and Schuster. Bob … Continue reading

November 29, 2018 · Leave a comment

Bob Dylan Live 1962-66 Offers A Snapshot of the Poet Recast As Orator

BOB DYLAN LIVE 1962-1966. Rare Performances From The Copyright Collections. Bob Dylan. Sony Legacy. Bob Dylan has refined his stage persona and perfected his live performances during the course of … Continue reading

November 28, 2018 · Leave a comment

Who Is Appleseed Recordings? 15 Minutes With President and Founder Jim Musselman

Appleseed Recordings is an independent record label that was founded by Jim Musselman in Pennsylvania in 1997. Before creating the record company, Musselman once worked with Ralph Nader as a … Continue reading

November 28, 2018 · Leave a comment

Appleseed’s Roots & Branches Shows How Folk Changed the American Musical Landscape

ROOTS & BRANCHES – APPLESEED RECORDINGS 21ST ANNIVERSARY. Various Artists, including Bruce Springsteen, John Wesley Harding, Tom Morello, Roger McGuinn and John Stewart. Appleseed Recordings. The Appleseed Recordings label is synonymous with … Continue reading

November 28, 2018 · Leave a comment

Buster Scruggs Puts the Best of the Coen Brothers On Display

THE LEGEND OF BUSTER SCRUGGS. Netflix. Produced by the Coen Brothers. The Legend of Buster Scruggs ain’t a good movie. That’s not to say it ain’t good; it is. In fact, … Continue reading

November 28, 2018 · Leave a comment
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