Colin Fleming
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Coltrane’s Ark

John Coltrane's stunning musical output in 1965 is open to deeper examination, thanks to a new studio archive release.

Monster Rally

Universal Studios has refurbished and reissued some of its classic horror fare going back to the early 1930s. Some of this stuff turns out to be scarier than ever, for reasons you wouldn’t expect.

The Great Stone Face

The recent release of a series of 1930s-era two-reelers reminds us how great Buster Keaton was even when he wasn't at this best. The Great Stone Face was no slapstick peddler, but a true harbinger of film comedy as an art form.

Elvis Lives!

A new five-disc set of the King's recordings begs the question: Was he really all that good?

Take Me Back to Tulsa

Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys still defy musical categorization.

Flick Tricks

Houdini lives, on the silver screen.

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