Cassandra Wilson has won accolades from all over for her talents as a crossover artist, and no one is in any doubt of her talents as a singer and composer. But she is also a gracious host, a sublime entertainer and a wonderful guide to the worlds of jazz, blues, country, folk and pop.
Griffiths is not merely a musician capable of making a song his own, but an actor able to embody a character; a performer able possess a stage and seamlessly carry an audience back-and-forth between heartfelt and hilarious.
Clandestine Childhood offers a unique perspective on a dark period of Argentine history, but keeps a small focus to prevent those elements from overwhelming the narrative. It’s a good movie, all round, and if it hasn’t made much of a splash since its release its still well worth taking a look at.
The filmmaker achieves much with what would be a very small budget, which only limits a few scenes in their scope. The film provides a wonderful snap shot into many different parts of Columbian life, contrasting the hardships of the jungle with the various forms of city life.
Christine McVie is an integral character in the Fleetwood Mac mythos, and in Go Your Own Way rock diva Catherine Alcorn tells the hidden history of one the greatest song-writers of the seventies. Heckler asks Catherine 9 Quick Questions!
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