The Joe Vig Top 40

Critic Joe Viglione reviews movies, books, DVDs, CDs, and has all sorts of opinions on a variety of things. The monthly Top 40 is a sort-of directory... commentaries and essays expand the thought process on RockJournalistJoeVig.blogspot.com ...so the reviews on the Top 40 aren't final, they are just the starting point to more discussion. You can always contact Joe directly at visual_radio [@] yahoo.com

Wednesday, July 04, 2012

 

Top 40 for July 2012 Happy 4th of July


Welcome to Independence Day, the JV Top 40 for July, 2012...

1)Spiderman!


Derided in some circles as a needless reboot, The Amazing Spiderman is a fresh and exciting take inspired by the 'What If' Marvel Comic books which cast their superheroes into parallel universes.
Spiderman

Ten years after the original Spiderman launched in 2002 with Tobey Maguire Columbia Pictures/ Sony Entertainment spends $220 million or so on this third sequel,  perhaps to bring a new face to the table in Andrew Garfield.  A 37 year old Maguire would have been an interesting look at the wall-crawler all grown up, but the relatively unknown 29 year old Garfield does a fine job as the series progresses into this alternate universe. Considered a “reboot” it is actually a different look at the Spiderman saga – a different ending for Uncle Ben,  a different Spider-bite for Peter Parker and The Flying Nun as Aunt May.   Perhaps Sony was being a bit cute with the obvious references that were bound to be made to Director Marc Webb’s name – the fellow behind music videos from Santana, Green Day, Blues Traveler, Weezer and others…and, of course, the return of the Flying Nun.  Read more here:


http://www.sabotagetimes.com/tv-film/the-amazing-spiderman-its-spidey-through-the-looking-glass/


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Here's Jenny McCartney's review of SPIDERMAN
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/filmreviews/9376721/The-Amazing-Spider-Man-Seven-magazine-review.html





July 8th Story
 

Spidey swings back to action with $140M launch

Spidey swings back to action with $140M domestic launch, $341.2M worldwide haul

http://news.yahoo.com/spidey-swings-back-action-140m-160100595.html

2)The Zombies Live with Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent






3)Donovan

The Essential Donovan





   Magic Mike  

4)Movie Review: Magic Mike – An Adult-Themed Summer Film That Entertains

by Joe Viglione on June 28, 2012
http://www.tmrzoo.com/2012/35636

 In 1964 Director William Asher unleashed Bikini Beach upon the world allowing Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Don Rickles and…little Stevie Wonder to brighten up the summertime. With Boris Karloff as the Art Dealer and the uncredited voice of Elizabeth Montgomery from Bewitched, the camp was fun and spawned a series of sequels. That camp went on to beget good-time silliness like Police Academy, Porky’s and American Pie. Every generation, it seems, had a kinda sorta Bikini Beach.

 read more here:
http://www.tmrzoo.com/2012/35636

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5)Paul McCartney DVD

 

 Read Bob Mesereau's review until mine is published



6) MORE ROOM IN A BROKEN HEART, CARLY SIMON BIOGRAPHY
BY STEPHEN DAVIS


 

More Room in a Broken Heart: The True Adventures of Carly Simon Cover
http://www.powells.com/biblio/1-9781592406517-0


Stephen Davis on Visual Radio
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQpxbarri9w

Buzzy Linhart talks to Stephen Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZqu9kH94o0


7) THE PHIL SPECTOR BOX



8) Janis Joplin  PEARL




9) Jimi Hendrix Boxed Set



10)
Zombies - Odessey & Oracle: The 40th Anniversary Concert

 
 

Zombies - Odessey & Oracle: The 40th Anniversary Concert (2009)











The Zombies Return From The Dead
Odesseycrop To celebrate the 40th anniversary of their British psychedelic classic, Odessey & Oracle (1968), The Zombies will play the album in its entirety across three nights at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire. Original members Colin Blunstone, Rod Argent, Chris White and Hugh Grundy will reunite and play the record live from start to finish.
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11)DONNY HATHAWAY




12) Joe Viglione's Review of SPIDER-MAN 3 
By Joe Viglione
Posted May 11, 2007 @ 01:00 PM
Last update May 11, 2007 @ 02:28 PM

Read more: Spidey sensed: 'Spider-Man 3’ snares North Shore audiences - Wicked Local, MA - North of Boston http://www.wickedlocal.com/northofboston/arts/x503381080#ixzz1zirTE53g
Go to the Burger King on Rantoul Street in Beverly and see...Spider-Man. Head to the Stop & Shop on Enon Street and pick up those Nabisco Chips Ahoy or Cheese Nips and find ... Spider-Man ... in your grocery bag.
 Your friendly neighborhood wallcrawler now has a firm grasp on that elite space owned by The Beatles, “Star Wars,” Dracula and other pop culture icons and the appearance of “Spider-Man 3,” the movie, is a big reason why. Hollywood finally gets it.
And fans across the North Shore appreciate the effort.
“It had a positive impact on me personally,” says Jack Tomaiolo, a musician from Gloucester. “The thing about ‘Spider-Man 3’ is that it is still your action-packed comic book movie about good vs. evil but it delivered a very universal positive message.”

Read more: Spidey sensed: 'Spider-Man 3’ snares North Shore audiences - Wicked Local, MA - North of Boston http://www.wickedlocal.com/northofboston/arts/x503381080#ixzz1zirQ1ryw





http://www.wickedlocal.com/northofboston/arts/x503381080#axzz1zZNjmdXg


13) Phil Spector Boxed Set  

Expanded and Remastered Music News
 Phil Spector, “The Philles Album Collection” and “The Essential Phil Spector”


 http://theseconddisc.com/2011/10/25/review-phil-spector-the-philles-album-collection-and-the-essential-phil-spector/

And Then He Kissed Me
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cE_jOD2Fxvs&feature=related



14) Jimi Hendrix at Berklee  DVD


Jimi Plays Berkeley DVD Blu-ray Cover

WLUP DJ Patrick Capone says:
Jimi Plays Berkeley DVD Blu-ray Cover
As promised by the Hendrix estate, we have some Jimi Hendrix videos coming our way again on July 10th. Unfortunately, neither of these upcoming releases are new.
Jimi Plays Berkeley
Jimi Hendrix did two performances at Berkeley Community Theater on May 10th, 1970. This documentary has been remastered from the original 16mm negatives and expanded to include about 15 minutes more of previously unseen footage. New tunes include; Voodoo Child (Slight Return), Machine Gun and Hear My Train a Comin’.
Also out on July 10th is Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child.

http://patcapone.com/jimi-plays-berkeley-remastered-july-10-2012

Watch for my review on July 10...JV


15)DAVE RAVE   (Joe V review to be up this month!)

 

what the critics are saying...
http://www.jamrecordings.com/catalog.php?alpha=df
POP ALERT!!! OVERLOOKED POP MASTERPIECE> (IMPORT CANADA)This is a wonderful power pop cd indeed! Dave delivers pure fab4 and Kinks style pop and also has appearances from Shane Faubert and Gary Pig Gold on this disc. (So Cheepskates fans will love this too!!!!) This is really good. Lots ofclean acoustic guitars mixed with electric guitars and stunning pop vocals! I can't Rave enough about Dave!!!!!!




16  Stacie Rose    new song


17) Peter Frampton's Breaking All The Rules




Breaking All the Rules

The production on this Easybeats cover is noticeably thinner than the rest of the disc. Bostonian David Finnerty's "I Don't Wanna Let You Go" shows up here, but it doesn't have the snap of his 1975 hit, "Let's Live Together," and sounds as labored as the Joneses, that author's 1980s band on Atlantic. "Lost a Part of You" is a worthy album track sequel to "I'm in You," Frampton's biggest hit, but is more laid-back in performance. There are some clever riffs that help make "You Kill Me" and the title tune interesting.
Read more here:
http://www.allmusic.com/album/breaking-all-the-rules-mw0000350705


18) Richard X Heyman
 "Tiers/And Other Stories"




Tiers/And Other Stories


19) John Cate Band







20) The Complaints

 http://www.thecomplaints.com/music/index.asp


21) Kevin Connolly
North/East--NEW!

REVIEW FORTHCOMING

 

Take a listen to Kevin Connolly's new recording “North/East” and find out why critics have long championed this American singer/songwriter. With his ninth CD release, Kevin returns to a stripped down sound featuring a wide range of American roots influences and his talented band. Connolly has a way of combining blues, folk, country and Americana influences to create a sound that is distinctly his own. The subject matter on ‘North/East” comes from his back yard and includes songs about old mill towns (“Fall River”), fishing disasters (“Fishing Life”), battle roads (“Battle Roads”), and a car that will take you there (“Chevy Impala”). Ballads go deep in the story of a returning vet in “Mass Ave”, and mysteries prevail in “Let’s Say You Do” and the swampy “Living On The Street”. Sole guest Dennis Brennan contributes blistering harp and backing vocals on the voyeuristic “Window”, while Chris Rival holds it altogether with his natural and warm production style. The ballad “Evel Knievel” was co-written by friend and well know sports author and biographer Leigh Montville, who is finishing on book on the late dare devil.



http://www.kevinconnolly.com/fr_cds.cfm





22)Burton Cummings Live On the Esplanade July 21









23)Mark Farner Live On The Esplanade July 




24) Peter Parcek


25)Siggi Schwarz and his LEGENDS


26)Richard Thompson  Blu Ray




27)  DAVID BYRNE  
A LIVE CONCERT FILM

REVIEW ON TMRZOO.com
http://www.tmrzoo.com/2012/35933



Film picture: RIDE, RISE, ROAR
  1.  

    Ride, Rise, Roar is another perspective on new wave veteran David Byrne and, in that light, it is an important component of his catalog. Watch the performance art of "I Feel My Stuff", the music is slicker than the early Talking Heads when Byrne brought his younger, harder rocking self to the Rat in Boston and ruled.    Sure, the guitar cuts through but the subtleties are more pronounced and the dancers pick up the slack from the angst that is left behind in another time.  The stage crew sure look like they are having fun, but when Iggy Pop brings the first few rows of the audience up to the stage the pandemonium is more in line with what a rock crowd expects.    As the P.R. states: - RIDE, RISE, ROAR is a David Byrne concert film that blends riveting onstage performances with intimate details of the creative collaborations. The film trailer has lilting Velvet Underground guitar tones with Byrne noting "I thought, it would be nice to do something unexpected, that also makes it a little bit more of a show. I thought - how could we do that?  In one way it would be through dancers and movement."   This David Hillman Curtis film has footage with Brian Eno, the enigmatic exile of Roxy Music and, as a follow-up of sorts to Jonathan Demme's 1984 epic "Stop Making Sense", a documentary from 1983 concerts by the Talking Heads, David Curtis could have pulled a Dan Curtis.   What this critic would have liked to have seen was a sort of mocking of Jonathan Demme's 1991 classic "The Silence of the Lambs" with Eno playing the role of Ted Levine's Buffalo Bill and trapping the dancers one by one until only he and Byrne are left.    Perhaps I've just written their sequel. 

     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q18xFSpDoMA


     

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28)PISTONHEAD    Tom Hauck


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29) The Doughboys
 










Review from PowerPop A Holic
http://www.powerpopaholic.com/2011/10/video-reviews-doughboys-john-wicks.html



30)OUR FLAWS REMAIN

Elizabeth Borg - Vocals/Lyrics/Misinformation

Aaron Dlugasch - Guitar/Bass/Drums/Synth/Negotiations


http://www.ourflawsremain.com/

http://www.facebook.com/ourflawsremain

Interesting music ...Cosmic metal --- reviewing Tracks 7 and 12  stay tuned



31)"Small Corner"  Richie Spice


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYoKl3kP0vM
 http://www.richiespice.net 



32) Waterslide  Lincoln Signal


Waterslide: Everything Changes in a Moment

  19 Jun, 2012
















 Lincoln Signal  WATERSLIDE
http://wampus.com/2012/06/19/waterslide-everything-changes-in-a-moment/



33) The Yardbirds   The BBC Sessions

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BBC Sessions music CDs Product Description



BBC SESSIONS covers a three-year period from March 20, 1965 to March 16, 1968. BBC Sessions music CDs Also includes previously unreleased interviews with the band members including Jimmy Page.

Digitally remastered by Chris Herles (Polygram Studios, Edison, New Jersey).

Between 1965 and 1968, the Yardbirds went from a group that slavishly imitated Chicago blues to more of a psychedelic pop act, virtually inventing the heavy rock guitar style along the way. These BBC recordings document    ...See Full Description

 http://www.cduniverse.com/productinfo.asp?pid=1001204






34)Mitch Ryder Rock 'n' Roll Live
 Don't confuse the Mitch Ryder 1998 greatest-hits package entitled Rock & Roll, compiled by the KRB label, with this Line Records release. Rock 'n' Roll Live is a portion of the Full Moon Concert VHS/DVD by Mitch Ryder from the Rockpalast series, the historic show that launched Ryder's career in Germany at the end of the 1970s. This EP was followed by an illegitimate full-length LP that started appearing in stores -- a bootleg validating the strength of Ryder's European following, which started as a cult and kept building.  Read more here:
http://www.allmusic.com/album/rock-n-roll-live-mw0000844316
 

35)Paul Rodgers and Friends live at Montreux

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36)Mickey Thomas / Starship live at Esplanade





37)     Meatloaf Hell In A Handbasket

CD Review: Meat Loaf – Hell In A Handbasket

Meat Loaf - Hell In A Handbasket

 Review by Danny Boy  (Just found this review on the web; haven't written mine yet!)

http://www.thedaveyboyshow.com/2011/10/02/cd-review-meat-loaf-hell-in-a-handbasket/





38)Gabriel Savage



39)Genya Ravan  CHEESECAKE





40) Andy Griffith  A Face In The Crowd

R.I.P. Andy Griffith


http://news.yahoo.com/andy-griffiths-most-prescient-role-glenn-beck-circa-174317331.html

A clip of Andy Griffith as influence-peddling media personality Lonesome Rhodes:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJ5RZWttmoA


"Let us not forget that in TV we have the greatest instrument of mass persuasion in the history of the world."

Here's a lengthier clip  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4ZAiyB9H6M&feature=related


From Bonner Cornerstone Music


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41)Bonus Track / The Zombies
Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent of the Zombies: Live at the Bloomsbury Theatre, LondonBONUS TRACK





 

 

Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent of the Zombies: Live at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London

The Zombies








 
Would author Jack London be appalled? A table set with freshly killed game on back of this 1974 release by the trio known as Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes has the guitar being edged out of the picture by a rifle while using London's famous book title as a handle for the music inside. Not as blistering as his Cat Scratch Fever, but more metallic than the psychedelia/blues of the original Amboy Dukes, the riff-jamming opening track of side two is more Jeff Beck gone rock than the quasi-Ozzie persona Nugent gleefully would embrace. The opening and title track plays more like the band Spirit or Jo Jo Gunne, and "Sweet Revenge" maintains its pop sensibilities enough to keep it from going off the scale -- it lifts a Grass Roots melody from "Things I Should Have Said," the album taking liberally from AM and FM radio of the day. Read more here:





Marriage on the Rocks/Rock Bottom
Amboy Dukes' Marriage on the Rocks/Rock Bottom is a very musical record, more experimental than their releases on Mainstream Records, not as soaked in the Pat Travers blues-rock which the follow-up, Survival of the Fittest embraced, and not as rocking as The Call of the Wild, which would be released about four years after this on Warner Brothers' Discreet label. Interesting to note the mutation of the Nugent sound with every label change. This work on Polydor is certainly more in the Ten Years After bag (especially on Survival of the Fittest, Live), with keyboards up there in the mix almost equal to Ted Nugent's guitar.




TOOTH FANG & CLAW



As Ted Nugent's dominant persona took over the sound as well as the band name, Tooth, Fang & Claw brought his Amboy Dukes concept a step closer to the stadiums than its predecessor, Call of the Wild. The bandmembers don't get photos on the back this time, it's just Nugent being a madman up against some Fender and Marshall amps. The songwriting credits on the originals are all his now as well. "Lady Luck" plays as if the "American Woman" riff by the Guess Who got inverted, placed upside down in the middle of the song, and then finds itself coated in Ted Nugent's flashy and glitzy guitar work. The instrumental "Hibernation kinda touches upon the "Journey to the Center of the Mind" riff just for a moment and veers off into points unknown. Where on previous albums, Marriage on the Rocks/Rock Bottom and even Call of the Wild, there was musical experimentation, the axe is front and center on this platter and all the experimentation is now with notes and how fast they can be played -- and in what order. Riff. Thud. Crunch. But beyond Nugent's further emerging hard rock sound, a conscious shift away from the blues of the Polydor albums and psychedelia of the material on Mainstream records, these Discreet/Warner Brothers releases document the forging of a sound and identity that would establish the controversial guitar hero as a true rock icon.

Read more here: http://www.allmusic.com/album/tooth-fang-amp-claw-mw0000653015



SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST LIVE

 

After three albums on Mainstream Records and a Top 20 smash with "Journey to the Center of the Mind," Ted Nugent brought his new aggregation to Polydor(the late Lillian Roxon claimed there were 35 personnel changes prior to their first and only hit). This second album on that label (and before they would jump to Warner and eventually Epic), was recorded live at The Eastowne Theater in Detroit, MI, July 31 and August 1, 1970. A prime candidate for re-release with bonus tracks, the full hit is not here; the single disc contains six tracks, including the 21-minute-and-20-second epic "Prodigal Man," written by Nugent and sung by keyboardist Andy Solomon. Solomon handles the majority of the vocals on this album, with drummer K.J. Knight vocalizing on the bluesy "Mr.Jones Hanging Party" and songwriter/guitarist/focal point Nugent doing the chores on "Papa's Will." Solomon provides nice sax on "Mr. Jones' Hanging Party," showing the considerable talent he brought to the table. What's this live disc like? The riff to "Journey to the Center of the Mind" opens the album inside the instrumental collaboration written by the group, "Survival of the Fittest," and it is a big tease. Unlike the bad mutations of the Electric Prunes, H.P. Lovecraft, and the most blatant example, the Velvet Underground's pseudo-record, Squeeze, this is the leader of an original group as he goes through musical changes.


read more here: http://www.allmusic.com/album/survival-of-the-fittest-live-mw0000859547


    THE AMBOY DUKES first album
     

The debut album by the Amboy Dukes should be high on collectors' lists. Fusing the psychedelia of the early Blues Magoos with Hendrix riffs and British pop, the band which launched the legend of Ted Nugent has surprises galore in these lost grooves. More experimental than Ambrose Slade's Ballzy -- could you conceive of the Cat Scratch Fever guy performing on Peter Townshend's "It's Not True" and Joe Williams' classic "Baby Please Don't Go"? The latter tune was the flip side of the group Them's single "Gloria," but Ted Nugent and the boys totally twist it to their point-of-view, even tossing a complete Jimi Hendrix nick into the mix. The Amboy Dukes issued this as the single backed with their sitar-laden and heady "Psalms of Aftermath." "Baby Please Don't Go" is extraordinary, but isn't the hit single that "Journey to the Center of the Mind" would be from their follow-up LP titled after that radio-friendly gem. Producer Bob Shad's work with Vic Damone, Dinah Washington, and Sarah Vaughan wasn't what prepared him for the psychedelic hard rock of "Colors," a song with some of the experimentation Nugent would take further on the Survival of the Fittest, Live and Marriage on the Rocks/Rock Bottom albums further down the road.









    Read more here:

The debut album by the Amboy Dukes should be high on collectors' lists. Fusing the psychedelia of the early Blues Magoos with Hendrix riffs and British pop, the band which launched the legend of Ted Nugent has surprises galore in these lost grooves. More experimental than Ambrose Slade's Ballzy -- could you conceive of the Cat Scratch Fever guy performing on Peter Townshend's "It's Not True" and Joe Williams' classic "Baby Please Don't Go"? The latter tune was the flip side of the group Them's single "Gloria," but Ted Nugent and the boys totally twist it to their point-of-view, even tossing a complete Jimi Hendrix nick into the mix. The Amboy Dukes issued this as the single backed with their sitar-laden and heady "Psalms of Aftermath." "Baby Please Don't Go" is extraordinary, but isn't the hit single that "Journey to the Center of the Mind" would be from their follow-up LP titled after that radio-friendly gem. Producer Bob Shad's work with Vic Damone, Dinah Washington, and Sarah Vaughan wasn't what prepared him for the psychedelic hard rock of "Colors," a song with some of the experimentation Nugent would take further on the Survival of the Fittest, Live and Marriage on the Rocks/Rock Bottom albums further down the road.



     

     
Under Review 1980-1991
One of three (so far) Under Review DVDs covering the rock group Queen and Freddie Mercury, Under Review 1980-1991: An Independent Critical Analysis is an excellent fan item about the enigmatic band that has its devotees but, outside of its hit recordings, was never as scrutinized as U2, the Rolling Stones, the Doors, and other mega-artists. They were superstars for sure, but a true anomaly among other iconic bands, and examining a group that still has some secrets lends itself to giving director Chris Davies an opportunity to create a compelling viewing experience by evenly pacing the concert performance with the critical commentary. Where the U2 Under Review material can get extremely boring, their story told time and again in the mainstream press, these chapters of Queen's history, discussing the songs and album releases chronologically, are actually a very necessary reference tool, as they are enhanced with clips of live shows and include sincere commentary from a variety of critics, including Daryl Easlea, Ben Jones, Chris Welch, Paul Gambaccini, and Phil Sutcliffe. Read more here:

Queen – Days of Our Lives: The Definitive Documentary of The World’s Greatest Rock & Roll Band

by Joe Viglione on February 5, 2012



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