Category Archives: Sounds & Tracks

November Newsletter: I Like to Call It Noirvember

    Photos: Classiq Journal     Is Humphrey Bogart the most emblematic actor for the American cinema? Yes, I believe he is. He was a man of his times. And he played both of the most celebrated detectives in … Read More

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October Newsletter: On True Originators and Tarnished Angels

The French film that cleared the way for classical Hollywood films, inspiration from the wilderness and a beautiful collaboration that fits a tomboy, a cowgirl and an adventurer. Read More

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The Stone Roses at Golden Hour

There’s something about a 1980s soundtrack (The Stone Roses’ self titled album is the current mood) and a long summer’s day evening golden hour that seems to stretch on forever. Read More

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Whenever the Wind Shifts, Chim Chim Cher-ee

There is a mystery to the lyrics and sounds of the song Chim Chim Cher-ee evoking a much darker lore than what first meets the ear and watching Mary Poppins this time of year infuses the film with an even more eerie feeling. Read More

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“Letter to You”: 22.09

  Probably some of the best news of the few good news we’ve had all year is that Bruce Springsteen is going to release a new album, Letter to You, on October 23rd. There is nothing more motivating and hopeful … Read More

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