Directions In Music: Celebrating Miles Davis & John Coltrane (Live At Massey Hall) – Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker & Roy Hargrove

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Depending upon who you ask, the traditional 20th anniversary gift can be anything from new china to platinum jewelry. But when J.Crew wanted to celebrate the 20 years Marmot has been selling its Guides Hoodie, it went a slightly untraditional route and produced the iconic down-filled jacket in three new color blocked designs.

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Outlaw: Celebrating the Music of Waylon Jennings – Various Artists

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On July 6, 2015, a collection of music's legendary outlaws and rising superstars came together for a once-in-a-lifetime concert celebrating the incredible songs of Waylon Jennings, one of the most influential musicians of the Outlaw Country movement.

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All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs & Voice of Gregg Allman – Gregg Allman

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Release Date: January 1, 2014


All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs & Voice of Gregg Allman captures a once-in-a-lifetime performance honoring one of the most acclaimed and beloved icons in rock and roll history. A founding member of the Allman Brothers Band and successful solo artist in his own right, Allman possesses a voice that has resonated through four decades. The concert features momentous performances by Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Devon Allman, Robert Randolph, Jimmy Hall, Sam Moore, Keb Mo, Brantley Gilbert, Jess Franklin, Dr. John, Pat Monahan, John Hiatt, Jaimoe, Taj Mahal, Gregg Allman, Widespread Panic, Trace Adkins, Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Eric Church, Jackson Brown, Zak Brown, and The Allman Brothers Band with musical direction by Don Was. Shot in high definition with 5:1 Dolby sound at the historic Fox Theatre in Atlanta this remarkable piece pays tribute to a voice that once heard is never forgotten.

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One of Mountaineering’s Coolest Coats Just Turned 20. Here’s How J.Crew is Celebrating

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All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs & Voice of Gregg Allman captures a once-in-a-lifetime performance honoring one of the most acclaimed and beloved icons in rock and roll history. A founding member of the Allman Brothers Band and successful solo artist in his own right, Allman possesses a voice that has resonated through four decades. The concert features momentous performances by Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Devon Allman, Robert Randolph, Jimmy Hall, Sam Moore, Keb Mo, Brantley Gilbert, Jess Franklin, Dr. John, Pat Monahan, John Hiatt, Jaimoe, Taj Mahal, Gregg Allman, Widespread Panic, Trace Adkins, Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Eric Church, Jackson Brown, Zak Brown, and The Allman Brothers Band with musical direction by Don Was. Shot in high definition with 5:1 Dolby sound at the historic Fox Theatre in Atlanta this remarkable piece pays tribute to a voice that once heard is never forgotten.

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Every July 18 is Mandela Day, which commemorates Nelson Mandela’s years of service, volunteering and fighting for justice. Here’s how people partook.
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Celebrating the Divine Ann Blyth

“YOU THINK just because you made a little money that you can get a new hairdo and some expensive clothes and turn yourself into a lady. But you can’t because you’ll never be anything but a common frump whose father lived over a grocery store and whose mother took in laundry!”

That was Ann Blyth, in one of her many vicious confrontations with Joan Crawford, in the 1945 classic movie, Mildred Pierce. Blyth, playing Crawford’s ungrateful, murderous daughter Veda, was so awful, that she inspired another of the film’s characters, Eve Arden to quip: “Alligators have the right idea, they eat their young.” (Eve was always good for the pungent remark. In Ziegfeld Girl playing a chorine past her prime: “I’ll think I’ll retire, settle down and adopt a boy — about 21!”

Mildred Pierce was Blyth’s fifth film and her first major movie role — she had begun, auspiciously on Broadway. She was Oscar-nominated (At that time, still a teenager, she was the youngest nominee ever.) Blyth could have been a great film noir dame, but she was also blessed with an exquisite lyric soprano, and was placed in a series of musicals, in which she played “good girls.” She was somewhat typecast, although she had a great dramatic role in 1957’s The Helen Morgan Story. And earlier, she was marvelous in the famous tearjerker, Our Very Own.

Now, at last, a book about Blyth’s long career is coming. It is titled Ann Blyth: Actress, Singer, Star, written by Jacqueline T. Lynch. This examines and analyzes how the darker, edgier aspects of Blyth’s persona were tamped down in favor of films that showcased her beauty and her singing voice. (Not that there was anything wrong with her musicals, such as Rose Marie, The Student Prince and Kismet.) The book has a lot of detail about her films, her many stage, TV and cabaret appearances. 300 photos.

•I recall seeing her back in 1992 at New York’s Rainbow & Stars. She was vocally and physically ravishing. I remember thinking maybe that famous Twilight Zone episode, in which she played an eternally youthful movie star, had some real-life credence?

Miss Blyth is still with us, still lovely. Glad she getting her due.

When I met Ann at Liza Minnelli’s star-crammed wedding in 2002, she was so charming, and spoke reverently about Joan Crawford, who she knew I knew.

•P.S. Fans of Turner Classic Movies are familiar with Ann Blyth’s tribute to Joan Crawford, who became a lifelong friend after their work on Mildred. Although Crawford, in later life, was always free with withering criticisms of stars (women) of whom she did not approve, once you won Crawford over, she was devoted. More than that, she knew what was good for her movies. Blyth almost takes Mildred Pierce away from Crawford, but Joan realized what was needed. (You won’t see or hear anything more chilling than Veda’s confession about sleeping with Mildred’s hubby: “Monty’s going to divorce you and marry me. And there’s nothing you can do about it.”)

•CAROL BURNETT became a star with her debut on Broadway in Once Upon a Mattress, a musical version of the The Princess and the Pea fairytale. Now the show, written by Jay Thompson, with music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and Marshall Barer, will have a revival, I feel certain Miss Burnett will approve.

From November 22-January 3, John “Lypsinka” Epperson and Jackie Hoffman take this musical to unexpected new heights. Directed by Jack Cummings III, Mattress, will be at the Abrons Arts Center, presented by The Transport Theater Group. Call 212-564-0333.

•THE LATEST issue of The Hollywood Reporter is packed with news, as usual.

Two stories stood out, to me. One was Michael Wolff’s take on “How Brian Williams Will Save MSNBC.” As we all know, in the wake of Brian’s exaggerations, he has been replaced by highly regarded Lester Holt as the face of NBC Nightly News. So Williams has been “demoted” to become the “breaking news” guy for MSNBC.

As writer Wolff points out, the steady and still dignified presence of Williams has arrived just in time. MSNBC has gone so far to the left, and has employed so many fools (or smart people who in their arrogance and self-amusement, behave foolishly) that even some of the most liberal liberals have turned away in embarrassment. Not to mention the omnipresence of network’s much-mocked Locked Up marathons.

So, Brian Williams is the start of what might be a series of upheavals and program changes and shifts. I hope he does well because everybody deserves a second chance — and he didn’t kill anybody, for heaven’s sake! Also because I’d like to see MSNBC recover itself. With the presidential elections looming, having a reasonable liberal voice on TV is more important than ever, now.

•”TODAY’S MEN are shameless hussies!” That’s a quote from the other Hollywood Reporter story that caught my eye. Written by Merle Ginsberg, it is titled “Introducing The “Stromo!” Hollywood’s Male Stars Go Gay (ish)”

This is about the trend for straight male leading men to not care about, and even encourage, the idea that they might play in another ballpark. They pose provocatively wearing as little as the law allows, give major interviews to gay publications (The Advocate, Out) play gay roles and don’t get all bent out of shape when asked if they are gay.

Nick Jonas, Channing Tatum, James Franco, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ryan Gosling, Daniel Radcliffe, Ryan Reynolds are just a few who are on board. And why not? All actors love to be admired. Why not cash in on the lucrative gay audience? And, as writer Ginsberg points out, straight men, in general now enjoy being objectified, in the way women are — they want to be sex objects. Admired by the women they sleep with, and by the men they don’t sleep with. It’s a big tease. It’s big business. (The Magic Mike movies appeal equally to both sexes.)

There’s always been “beefcake” but the old studios put out those photos ostensibly to appeal exclusively female movie-goers–although many of the “at home” sessions with the likes of Tab Hunter, Roddy McDowell and Tab Hunter, lounging around steam rooms or poolside, were coded to alert the then-closeted gay audience. And in the 1970s and early 80s we had ambiguous, androgynous rock stars, like David Bowie, who hinted they were open to anything. Today’s well-chiseled men are brazenly putting it out there for everybody to see and fantasize over. (Although, let’s give credit where credit is due — 1981’s male-stripper TV movie For Ladies Only starring Gregory Harrison. That was the original Magic Mike.)

Anyway, metrosexual is out; “Stromo” is in.

It will be the cream of the jest if, in a few years, male actors begin to revolt against this objectification, just as many women have. “Oh, no — I’m more than that…I won’t take my shirt off…I’m not showing my ass. I am a serious actor!”

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Happy Gay Pride Week! All the Victories We’re Celebrating This Year

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When our old friend William Faulkner opined, “The past is never dead. It’s not even past,” he certainly wasn’t taking about the state of the gay rights movement in 2015. The hideous past is increasingly dead and buried, Bill, and we are dancing on its homophobic grave!

What a year it has been! As the Pride parade barrels down Fifth Avenue on Sunday, June 28, exactly 46 years to the day after the Stonewall uprising (lavender cupcakes at my house!), let’s take a minute to enjoy—to frankly wallow in—the victories of the past year. Not just the stupendous advances in gay marriage—legal in 37 states and the District of Columbia! Quietly legal in Mexico! Legal in the entire country of Ireland, a wondrous and somewhat stunning turn of events—but a host of other LGBTQ triumphs as well.

So sure, Caitlyn is on the cover of Vanity Fair, which we love—but also, Transparent has rocked the TV world, Laverne Cox continues her rise to super-stardom, openly gay Sam Smith won four top Grammys, Hozier had a huge hit with ‘Take Me to Church” (a powerful demand for equal rights) and the marvelous musical lesbian-bildungsroman Fun Home swept the Tonys. Later this year, Julianne Moore and Ellen Page will play lovers in Freeheld; Eddie Redmayne will trade Stephen Hawking for the part of a transgender woman in The Danish Girl.

On the legal front, last July President Obama signed an executive order banning workplace discrimination against millions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees of federal contractors. And let’s not forget the repudiation of the “pizza/florist/wedding cake” laws that would provide a loophole for discrimination. (I mean, even Walmart saw the light on this one.)

As Pride Sunday approaches, we await with near hysterical anticipation the Supreme Court’s imminent decision on whether all states will be required to respect each other’s laws when it comes to marriage, or maybe—we can dream—the court will rule that gay marriage should be legal in every state. End of discussion!

Send a million rainbow-hued good thoughts in the court’s direction! Say a prayer if that is a power you believe in, or just wish fervently upon a star, that those nine justices, and the whole of America, will have the courage to stand on the right side of history.

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Celebrating the Life of the Legendary Christopher Lee, Via a Few Lesser-Known Treasures

While it was inevitable, it seemed impossible.

The death of Sir Christopher Lee this week is resonating with fans around the world — and while I’ve dreaded this news for years, I feel fortunate about how I received it:

My amazing screenwriter friend, Daniel Waters (Heathers, Batman Returns, Vampire Academy) — truly a cinéaste’s cinéaste, he — sent me a thoughtful note, offering condolences, and noting that Mr. Lee was “not immortal after all”: useful and motivating advice for anyone!

Obviously, Christopher Lee was a legend, and he remains one. I’ve never concealed my considerable appreciation for the man. No performer’s career have I followed so avidly, and very, very few, I feel, deserve to be followed so avidly. In a movie culture of ever bigger, louder, and emptier booms, and a celebrity culture of relentless panty flashes and nip slips, Mr. Lee always reminds us of elegance, of discipline, of presence. With Christopher Lee in a production, there was never any need for lame camera-shaking and ADD cutting — he held you. (According to Australian artist and director Philippe Mora, whom I consider a friend, Mr. Lee was also a self-focusing actor: he facilitated the cinematographer’s work by aligning himself with the lens!)

I enjoyed a lengthy interview with Christopher Lee several years ago, before the first Lord of the Rings live-action movie opened, launching the greatest chapter of Mr. Lee’s career — at least if measured by global popularity. (Thank you, John Smith.) Not a bad gig for an octogenarian! He proved a terrific subject, attentive and energetic, as full of tales as you’d expect. And I love Saruman the White and Count (*ahem*) Dooku (let’s call him Darth Tyranus, shall we?) as much as anyone. I also happen to own several copies of Dracula A.D. 1972 — and be advised, I am apt to share. However, a career as incredibly vast as Mr. Lee’s also invites appreciation for his many efforts of which the general populace may not be aware. With respect and appreciation to Sir Christopher Lee, his family, his friends, his enormous show-biz circle, and fans everywhere, allow me to present this friendly little handful:

THE LAST UNICORN

Based on the classic fantasy novel by Peter Beagle — who got on well with Mr. Lee as the actor provided his own fluent dubbing for the German version — this wonderful Rankin-Bass animated production (the same team who brought us The Hobbit and The Return of the King), features top voice talent from Mia Farrow, Jeff Bridges, Alan Arkin, and of course Christopher Lee: as the delightfully grim King Haggard.

THE RETURN OF CAPTAIN INVINCIBLE

This terrific albeit zany superhero romp — notably bearing themes decades before they’d become popular in the current oversaturated crop — also features Alan Arkin (as the eponymous, struggling-alcoholic savior), and is directed with great panache by Philippe Mora: a friend of Mr. Lee’s, who also directed him in The Howling II (pick your own subtitle). Philippe also turned me on to Mr. Lee in 1960’s youth-rebellion flick Beat Girl. Here witness the legend, as Mr. Midnight (Lee) tempts Captain Invincible (Arkin) to “Name Your Poison” via a song by Richard O’Brien and Richard Hartley — of Rocky Horror fame! Years before his recent heavy-metal resurgence, ever-elegant Mr. Lee was not afraid to cut loose and rock out!

(Warning: This cannot be unseen, nor can it be unheard. And I loooooooove it.)


THE CHILDREN OF HÚRIN

While unmistakably Tolkien, written throughout the professor’s career, finally meticulously assembled by son Christopher Tolkien and published in 2007, this tome may not win over pedestrian hobbit aficionados, but the threads of Norse myth and Tolkien’s own mythos, woven through this work, prove astounding — and achingly poetic. How fortunate for us that Christopher Lee lends his mighty and moving tones to the audiobook version — coolest bedtime stories ever — wherein the lifelong lover of Tolkien finally becomes his most fitting voice.

THE WICKER MAN

Along with his turn as Pakistan’s founder, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Mr. Lee frequently cited, including to me, The Wicker Man as the finest film of his career (see my interview with director Robin Hardy) — and it’s not hard to see why: by turns haunting and hilarious, and then devastating in its implications, the film is an absolute one-of-a-kind, horror — or suspense, more accurately — for smart people. (Join us! Ha!) I never say “OMG!” — but Christopher Lee as Lord Summerisle? OMG!!!

LORD OF MISRULE (a.k.a. TALL, DARK, AND GRUESOME)

From his childhood in London, his noble efforts in World War II, paying his dues as a “spear carrier,” his breakthrough in Hammer’s Frankenstein and Dracula films, and working with peers Ursula Andress, Roger Moore, Peter Cushing (and Vincent Price and John Carradine), and innumerable others — to behind-the-scenes glimpses, his L.A. years, and even his descent from the line of Charlemagne and his forebears who began Australia’s first opera company, this remarkably illuminating autobiography is an absolute must for anyone interested in show-biz (to put it mildly), or, y’know, life. I thank the used book dealer on Hollywood Boulevard, who provided me with my first copy: the paperback edition of Tall, Dark, and Gruesome. The book is currently kinda expensive (but worth it).

Thank you, Sir Christopher Lee: a legend whose works shall live on!

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