Otherworld Cottage Industries Posts New Kubernik's Korner Page On Its Website
April 10, 2015 (PRLEAP.COM) Entertainment NewsApril 10, 2015 - Otherworld Cottage's new Kubernik's Korner web page will not only update Harvey's Literary Biography bi-monthly, but also post newsworthy clips about his current and future activities and publications.
For example, the March 2015 Issue of RECORD COLLECTOR NEWS cover story is Kubernik's review of "The Wrecking Crew," Danny Tedesco's documentary film about the studio musicians who recorded hits for the Beach Boys, Frank Sinatra, Sonny and Cher, Jan and Dean, The Monkees, Mamas and Papas, Phil Spector, Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass and countless others.
And while we're on movies, GNP Crescendo Records is presenting "THE SEEDS: PUSHIN' TOO HARD," a film by director Neil Norman, on Saturday, May 9th at the Fremont Theatre in San Luis Obispo. Harvey joins Iggy Pop, Seeds' founding members Daryl Hooper and Jan Savage, and Kim Fowley on screen as some of the feature interview subjects. Lenny Kaye writes, "Of all the Nuggetarian bands that came to psychedelic light in the Gar Age, the Seeds brought rock back to its most hypnotic elementals. This docu-drama provides a heartfelt insight into the band's inner universe, their time and place, a behind-the-scenarios look at a group whose impact would resonate throughout the coming of punk and beyond. We are truly up in their room, and it feels so good…." June and July screenings will be forthcoming.
As for the future, Palazzo Editions Ltd, has arranged for Kubernik's music and recording study illustrated history book on Neil Young, "Heart of Gold" to be published by Hal Leonard (US), Omnibus Press (UK), Monte Publishing (Canada) and Hardie Grant (Australia). The book won't actually be published until this autumn, but it's already listed for presales on Amazon in the U.S. and U.K.
Harvey's does radio, too, and his taped interview for the NPR International 50th Anniversary of the Beatles "Rubber Soul" produced by Paul Ingles, is scheduled to be available for broadcast in October 2015. And while we're on the Beatles, check out the Glass Onion Beatles Journal review of Kubernik's Book It Was 50 Years Ago Today THE BEATLES Invade America and Hollywood.
To keep up to date on one of pop music's most knowledgeable and prolific author/journalists, be sure to add Kubernik's Korner to your favorites list.