Wednesday Links – 1.27.15


American Harmony
As if Tom Scharpling and Jon Wurster haven’t done enough to make us laugh, now they tip us to what looks like a real life A Mighty Wind. They are presenting this film at the Cinefamily in Los Angeles in March. Also, if you are not listening to the Best Show every Tuesday, you should be.

Invisible Hits: The Tangled Tale of Bob Dylan’s Blood on the Tracks
Tyler Wilcox’s Invisible Hits continues to bring the goods. Kicking of 2015 by celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Blood On The Tracks, in particular Dylan’s last minute cold feet that lead him to re-record half of the album.  This should whet your appetite for the Bootleg Series.

Thee Speaking Canaries mini-doc
Via Chunklet, here is a five minute documentary on Damon Che’s pre Don Cabballero project Thee Speaking Canaries. “Before he was known as the drummer/octopus of Don Caballero, Damon Che had a one-man project called Thee Speaking Canaries. At the beginning of the 90s, before he recorded his debut record “The Joy of Wine,” Damon Che composed and performed an entire record’s worth of material.”

Waxpacks Tumblr
If you were born in the 70s or 80s, you will have a hard time not getting lost in the sauce of a very eclectic mix of trading cards. Tom Skerritt in Alien to Bo Jackson’s Rated Rookie. This tumblr’s got you covered.