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  • Paul McCartney to reissue classic solo albums 'McCartney' and 'McCartney II' with bonus material, deluxe packaging

     
    There is justice in this world for those of us who have long contended that Paul McCartney's weird and wonderful 1980 solo album "McCartney II" is way better and more interesting than most critics contended when it was released. The......
  • Hollywood Forever comes alive with music

     
    From the Fairbanks Lawn to its Masonic Lodge, the cemetery has become a unique concert venue. Never mind the more than slightly macabre fact that it's home to a hundreds of buried remains. Never mind that many of these graves......
  • Playlists

    Playlists
    Voyeurism never gets dull. Tabloids have us reveling in celebrity mishaps, but an emptiness always follows. We want to know what really moves the people we admire. Take our ├╝ber-compilation of song lists to elevate the dialogue at your next salon. I mean,...
  • 'Bicycle Diaries' by David Byrne

    'Bicycle Diaries' by David Byrne
    If you've lived in New York some time during the last three decades, you might have seen David Byrne on his bike -- long legs pedaling, bright eyes watching. The erstwhile Talking Head, sometime filmmaker, Brian Eno collaborator and perspicacious...
  • Flexibility is key to dance troupe Pilobolus' survival

    Flexibility is key to dance troupe Pilobolus' survival
    When ruminating on the recent history and current incarnation of Pilobolus, Jonathan Wolken, an ardent conversationalist, prefers to speak in metaphors and images. These include: Picasso's Blue Period, the plate spinning act employed by circus clowns,...
  • Scott Walker, musical mystery man

    The early scenes of the documentary look like some lost reel from "This Is Spinal Tap," spanning what seems like half of rock history -- complete with hem lengths and haircuts. But the protagonist is not a metalhead but a Zelig-like figure: Here he is as...
  • Review: 'Scott Walker: 30 Century Man'

    Review: 'Scott Walker: 30 Century Man'
    " Scott Walker: 30 Century Man" chronicles the career of musician Scott Walker, an enigmatic figure whose influence far outreaches his relative obscurity. Having achieved some success as part of the 1960s baroque orchestral pop group the Walker Brothers...
  • Revisiting the flickering poetry of Bruce Conner

    Revisiting the flickering poetry of Bruce Conner
    In a two-night event at separate venues, the UCLA Film & Television Archive, REDCAT and the Los Angeles Filmforum present two programs of the film work of artist Bruce Conner, who passed away in 2008 at 74. This is an increasingly rare opportunity to...
  • Digital music pioneer looks for new frontiers

    Digital music pioneer looks for new frontiers
    Broken Record: Music in the Download Era is a series of occasional articles. As the buzz surrounding Google Inc.'s efforts to jump into the digital music market rose to a roar late August, one name kept surfacing about the person who might lead it &#...
  • Book review: 'Soul Mining' by Daniel Lanois

    Book review: 'Soul Mining' by Daniel Lanois
    Daniel Lanois loves shadows — in his rooms, in his photographs and most famously in the atmospheric music he has produced for himself and such artists as Bob Dylan, U2 and Peter Gabriel, in which sonic shadows lend dimension and an air of mystery....
  • Art review: 'Brian Eno: 77 Million Paintings' at Cal State Long Beach

     
    The biggest surprise of Brian Eno???s light-and-sound installation is its modesty, both in terms of size and ambition. In other words, ???Brian Eno: 77 Million Paintings??? is a small show. Despite the playful overstatement of its title, the mellow...