In his new book "What You Want Is in the Limo," Michael Walker points to the '70s, more specifically 1973, as the year when the screw turned, when Zeppelin, the Who and Alice Cooper went onstage.
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Trains lens on Van Nuys' Sound City Studios
The unconvincing fictional storyline hits every meller cliche in the "self-destructive rock star" playbook.
An imaginative opening shot raises hopes that fail to flower in thesp-helmer Branko Djuric's derivative sophomore feature, "Tractor, Love and Rock 'n' Roll."
Paramount Pictures is tuning up "The Long Play," a rock 'n' roll epic that will be developed as a directing vehicle for Martin Scorsese. William Monahan is set to rewrite the script, reteaming the…
Roger Corman has churned out an astonishing amount of pics in the past 50 years, mostly as producer. The first three films in Disney's new Roger Corman line vary widely in style but they share a…
If a prospective Jann Wenner-endorsed reality-TV series pans out, teenage rock scribes could one day see their stories on the cover of Rolling Stone.
Every Alan Freed legend involves one of three images: rock 'n' roll visionary, payola victim, broken man. NBC's attempt to penetrate those superficialities comes out mixed. For once there's more to…
The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle is the Citizen Kane of rock 'n' roll pictures. An incredibly sophisticated, stupefyingly multi-layered portrait of the 1970s phenomenon known as The Sex Pistols…