Links of the Day: February 2, 2023

Wilco Announced As End of The Road 2023 Headliners: This is Dig

The Color of Money (1986): Revisiting a Tom Cruise Classic: JoBlo

The Band’s Massive Weight: On Martin Scorsese’s “The Last Waltz” and Jeff Sellars and Kevin C. Neece’s “Rags and Bones”: Los Angeles Review of Books

Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros Trio Plot Five Night Run at The Guild Theatre in Menlo Park: JamBands

Les Claypool Talks Regrouping the Frog Brigade, Announces Summer of Green Tour: Relix

David Crosby Returns to Americana/Folk Albums Top 10, Surges on Multiple Charts: Billboard

Elton John Now Holds Record For ‘Highest Grossing Tour Of All Time’: I Heart Radio

Live Review: Lucinda Williams at Barbican, London – January 21, 2023: Beats Per Minute

Tim Blake Nelson talks Hollywood novel, Coen Brothers and Nora Ephron: OCRegister

Martin Scorsese Changed Killers Of The Flower Moon To Work With The Osage Nation: Slash/Film

How Bob Dylan’s ‘Time Out Of Mind’ Got Stripped Down, Reimagined on New Bootleg Series: Rolling Stone

4 thoughts on “Links of the Day: February 2, 2023

  1. Wow, that Lucinda Williams review is one of the best pieces of music writing I’ve read lately. “Human frailty has always animated Lucinda Williams‘ music. ” is a great opening line, very insightful.

    That article singlehandedly revived my interest in seeing her live next time! I admit, I passed on her the last few times in Atlanta because her setlist has been near-static for a long time now. So I loved hearing about new songs and covers.

    But he says she was “helped onto the stage” – whoa! I know she had a stroke, but does she need help to get around now?

    • I have to admit Lucinda has kind of slipped under my radar for a few years now. But that review definitely got me interested again. I actually missed that she’d had a stroke. At her age I’m just glad she’s able to perform at all.

  2. Amen!
    A question – sorry if I’m overlooking this. Where do I find the latest updated version of the Filefactory links? Thanks Mat and happy weekend to you!

    • Unfortunately, there isn’t really an updated version. By which I mean there isn’t one link that provides everything I’ve shared up to this time. One that you could bookmark and it would keep being updated as I upload.

      File Factory doesn’t really work that way. What I’ve recently discovered is that if I share my file factory bootleg folder, for some reason it won’t show you all the artist’s folders inside of the bootleg folder. So what I’ll have to do at some point is share each individual artist folder so that you can then peak inside and see all the shows I’ve uploaded for them. I just haven’t gotten around to doing that yet.

      So for now you’ll have to go into each week’s post to get the weekly links. Sorry about that. I really should create a tage for those weekly posts so you can easily click on it and see all my posts.

      Does any of that make sense? Right now just scroll through the blog and find my original posts. I do them every Monday. Eventually, I will make it easier with some links to each artist and I think that will update as I add new files into it.

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