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Monday, December 03, 2007

Culture critic John Rockwell sounds off on movies about Bob Dylan and the Beatles. Also, music from Brazilian pianist/vocalist Clarice Assad, as performed by her father and uncle duo, guitarists Sergio and Adair Assad.

Rockwell Matters

In this episode, John Rockwell reveals his enthusiasm for the two recent musician-inspired bio flicks: "I’m Not There" (about Bob Dylan) and "Across the Universe" (about the Beatles).

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