CDs, movies etc to be checked out (Rolling Stone magazine - RS 1070)


18 jan. 2009, 1h55m

Anticipation for U2's new album No Line on the Horizon, with release date scheduled for March 3, 2009.

U2's The Edge is also releasing the documentary "It Might Get Loud", with led zepellin's Jimmy Page and White Stripes' Jack White.

Paul McCartney's side project Fireman released the new album Electric Arguments, to a lot of surprising good reviews.

Author Steve Knopper published the book "Appetite For Self-Destruction", with his view on the decline and fall of the record biz.

Grammy - some nominations which will likely win: Raising Sand by Robert Plant & Alison Krauss; Duffy and "UK's Newest Soul Star" - Adele.

Indies to look for: She & Him and Strange Boys.

New albums and tracks:

The Best Of Chess Records;

Peter Gabriel and Hot Chip - Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa (Vampire Weekend cover);

Amazing Baby - Supreme Being - Free Infinite Fucking Cross EP;

Lily Allen - Womanizer - leaked online;

Eminem - Crack A Bottle - leaked online;

The Knux - Remind Me In 3 Days...;

The Derek Trucks Band - Already Free;

Neil Young - bootleg of Madison Square Garden, December 16, 2008;

The Roots of Hip-hop.


Waltz With Bashir
Nothing But The Truth
Yes Man
Last Chance Harvey

Some random notes from Business Week's January 19, 2009 edition:

A You Tube video by Japan's Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries Ministry called "Ensuring The Future Of Food" - produced by Groovisions. It describes Japan's significant drop in food self-sufficiency.

Some 'great books', chosen by 'the best managers', as chosen by BW:

How to stop worrying and start living, by Dale Carnegie
Getting things done, by Edwin Bliss
Team of rivals: The political genius of Abraham Lincoln, by Doris Kearns Goodwin

Readdle - a website which provides free e-books and document file management for iPods and iPhones.


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