Human Highway (1982)

Human Highway is a comedy film starring and co-directed by Neil Young under his pseudonym Bernard Shakey. Dean Stockwell co-directed the film and acted along with Russ Tamblyn, Dennis Hopper, and the band Devo. Included is a collaborative performance of "Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)" by Devo and Young with Booji Boy singing lead vocals and Young playing lead guitar.

The film was shown in only select theaters and was not released on VHS until 1995. It received poor reviews upon its premiere and with the benefit of hindsight has received favorable reviews more recently.


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Ali Farka Touré - The River

This 1990 recording contains one of the best African blues tunes ever recorded, and a classic Ali Farka Toure moment. As the electric guitar roars in at the opening, punctured by a darting harmonica line, "Heygana" lays out the roots and branches of the blues in its journey from west Africa to the Americas, and more importantly, back again. Sung in the Songhai language, pushed by a vaguely reggae groove and pulled along by a sometimes idiosyncratic percussion line on a calabash, it pretty well epitomizes what Toure is about. The sound is stripped down, with the guitar and voice working a bare minimum groove. The calabash clicks, a thick stringed ngoni adds some punch, and a few tracks feature Toure on the njarka (fiddle). In addition to Rory McLeod's harmonica, there is one piece with The Chieftains' Seane Keane and Kevin Conneff on fiddle and bodhran (Irish goatskin drum), and a marvelous duet with saxophonist Steve Williamson that adds a little sideways R&B. The River is one of Toure's most straightforward recordings made in the decade after the light of his international fame had first shone. - Louis Gibson

01. Ai Bine
02. Kenouna
03. Toungere
04. Heygana
05. Jungou
06. Goydiotodam
07. Lobo
08. Tamala
09. Boyrei
10. Tangambara
11. Instrumental

* Ali Farka Touré (Vocals; Electric Guitar; Acoustic Guitar; N'jarka)
* Amadou Cisse (Calabash; Percussion; Vocals)
* Mamaye Kouyate (N'goni 3,7)
* Rory McLeod (Harmonica 4)
* Seane Keane (Fiddle 2; Bodhran 2)
* Kevin Conneff (Fiddle 2; Bodhran 2)

Stoned (2005)

Stoned, also known as The Wild and Wycked World of Brian Jones in the UK, is a 2005 film about Brian Jones, one of the founding members of The Rolling Stones. The film is a cinematic work of historical fiction, taking as its premise the idea that Jones was murdered by Frank Thorogood, a builder whom had been hired to renovate and improve Jones's house Cotchford Farm in East Sussex. The film also paints a picture of Jones's use of alcohol and drugs, and his relationships with Anita Pallenberg and Anna Wohlin.

The film was directed by Stephen Woolley, and written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. Leo Gregory played the role of Brian Jones and Paddy Considine of Frank Thorogood.

This film grossed $38,922 in limited theatrical release in the United States, but has performed strongly in the home video market in the US.

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Wilko Johnson 10 Albums

Back In The Night-Wilko Johnson

Barbed Wire Blues-Wilko Johnson

Call It What You Want-Wilko Johnson

Don't Let Your Daddy Know-Wilko Johnson

Going Back Home-Wilko Johnson

Ice On The Motorway-Wilko Johnson

Live In Japan, 2000-Wilko Johnson
Pull The Cover-Wilko Johnson

Red Hot Rocking Blues-Wilko Johnson

Wilko Johnson's Solid Senders-Wilko Johnson

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