Reviews of “Fight Club” and “Zodiac,” two of director David Fincher’s most iconic films. Continue reading Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: David Fincher Edition
Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: The Invisible Man (2020), The Phantom of the Opera (1925), 1408 and Silver Bullet Continue reading Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: Part I
Ryan Tannehill’s playing a divisional game at home, the Colts’ defense is exceptional against tight-ends, and AJ Brown has scored in five straight games. Here’s your TNF Week 10 #fantasyfootball preview, with some gambling advice sprinkled in. Continue reading Week 10 TNF Fantasy Football Preview: Titans vs Colts
Green Bay 34 San Francisco 17; fantasy football stock watch for key offensive players Continue reading TNF Report Week 9: Packers vs 49ers
While Elvis served in the U.S. Army in 1959, RCA Victor released three compilation LPs back home to curb fans’ appetites. Continue reading 50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can’t Be Wrong
One of the best-selling jazz albums of all time. But does it deserve to be? Continue reading Time Out – Dave Brubeck Quartet
Did Duke Ellington ever make a bad album?
Grade: A- Continue reading Duke Ellington – Jazz Party
Recorded in 1957 but released in 1959, “Newk’s Time” was the last LP before the legendary saxophonist’s self-imposed, three-year exile. Continue reading Newk’s Time – Sonny Rollins
It wouldn’t be a stretch to rank Moanin’ as one of the best performed jazz albums of all time.
Grade: A Continue reading Moanin’ – Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
While New York, N.Y. isn’t one of Russell’s most inventive recordings, it’s still a worthy addition to his adventurous catalogue.
Grade: A- Continue reading New York, N.Y. – George Russell
A couple sentences about Johnny Cash’s 1959 LP, “Greatest!”
Grade: B+ Continue reading Greatest! – Johnny Cash
Champion Jack Dupree’s woozy brand of New Orleans blues is a pleasure to behold.
Grade: A- Continue reading Blues from the Gutter – Champion Jack Dupree