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You Are Invited! Marideth Sisco and Friends CD Party Sunday, November 21, 2010 2 – 4 p.m. Heroes Coffee, 1372 Virdon Boulevard, West Plains, MO 417-256-6220 Come alone or bring a friend, buy a CD, Winter’s Bone soundtrack, or Marideth’s … Continue reading
Posted in Music, Tidbits, Winter's Bone Tagged art, Billy Ward, Blackberry Winter, Bo Brown, book party, book signing, CD signing, Davis Creek Rounders, Debra Granik, Dennis Crider, events, folk music, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonathan Scheuer, Ken Wagoner, Linda Stoffel, low budget movie, marideth sisco, media, Missouri folk culture, movies, Music, Ozark culture, Ozarks, photography, soundtrack, Tedi May, Van Colbert, West Plains, Winter's Bone, Winter's Bone soundtrack, writing 10 Comments
Light in the Attic said they’re shipping CDs to me on Oct. 13!
WOOHOO!! Yes, the big woohoo! is finally here, or just about. Light in the Attic, the record label for the Winter’s Bone soundtrack CD, said they’re shipping CDs to me on Oct. 13 —Finally! The production and manufacture of this … Continue reading
Posted in Winter's Bone Tagged Billy Ward, Blackberry Winter, Bo Brown, Debra Granik, Dennis Crider, folk music, Jonathan Scheuer, Light in the Attic, Linda Stoffel, low budget movie, marideth sisco, meth in the Ozarks, Missouri folk culture, Ozark culture, Ozarks, soundtrack, Tedi May, Van Colbert, Winter's Bone, Winter's Bone soundtrack 1 Comment
Language Lessons, Rain and CD’s!
Whoa! I just checked out the scenery here and realized I’d not had anything to say for a while. That’s not like me. So it’s been a busy season in Lake Wobegon, er, the Ozarks. Today it’s rain, glorious rain, after two … Continue reading
IT’S TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER!
YOU’VE BEEN VERY PATIENT. NO CUTTING IN LINE. NO HISSY FITS. NOW, IT’S THE NEWS YOU’VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR. REMEMBER THAT “HAUNTING” SOUNDTRACK FROM THE FILM “WINTER’S BONE?” THAT CAUSED YOU TO COME HERE LOOKING FOR IT? IT’S TIME … Continue reading
Posted in Music, Tidbits Tagged Blackberry Winter, Davis Creek Rounders, Debra Granik, Dennis Crider, folk music, Jonathan Scheuer, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, Missouri folk culture, Music, Old Time Music Festival, Ozark culture, Ozark Music, Ozarks, soundtrack, Tedi May, Van Colbert, Winter's Bone, Winter's Bone soundtrack 4 Comments
One of the Best Bluegrass Soundtracks This Side of “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”
“Granik’s film features one of the best bluegrass soundtracks this side of “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”” The reviews just keep getting better! Check your local theatre listings or visit the Winter’s Bone website for listings. If it’s not coming … Continue reading
Posted in Movie Reviews, Tidbits, Winter's Bone Tagged Bluegrass, Bluegrass music, Debra Granik, folk music, Jennifer Lawrence, low budget movie, marideth sisco, meth in the Ozarks, Missouri folk culture, movie reviews, Music, Ozark culture, Ozarks, soundtrack, Winter's Bone, Winter's Bone soundtrack 1 Comment
Calling All Angels
Just spent a couple weeks at home, immensely enjoying the mundane. Tomorrow I get to do the dishes and the floors. Wow. I bet you think I’m being sarcastic. But the road life, while inspiring, does not nourish, and it … Continue reading
From “follow sweetness”
One of the most insightful reviews to date of Winter’s Bone, read the full review here. …as she doses off on account of the pain reliever the film briefly leaves a fully naturalistic wash and gives us an impressionistic tour … Continue reading →