David Hintz

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About me

Gender MALE
Industry Arts
Location Washington, DC, United States
Introduction Email me at DCRockLive@yahoo.com and feel free to look me up on Facebook (under David Hintz). I am on Twitter at https://twitter.com/DC_ROCK_LIVE
Interests I review folk CDs for Folkworld at http://www.folkworld.eu/ (Issues 41 onward)
Favorite Movies Older movies a bit more preferable, but I still hit the theatres. Top Ten would include: Cat People; The Wanderers; Sunset Boulevard; Godfather II; The Good, the Bad and the Ugly; Little Otik; Seconds; Touch of Evil; Ganja & Hess; The Asphalt Jungle.
Favorite Music I think I make that clear enough in my reviews, but my background is steeped in late 60s/70s prog and hard rock. I graduated from high school in '77 and was heavy into punk (managing Toxic Reasons, helping out a bit with DOA, Husker Du, etc.). Then off to Psyche-Folk collecting and getting to meet Comus, Caedmon, Wizz Jones, etc.
Favorite Books TOP TEN FAVORITE BOOKS: FICTION: 1 Hamlet, William Shakespeare, 1600; 2 Lolita, Vladimir Nabokov, 1955; 3 The Remains of the Day, Kazuo Ishiguro, 1988; 4 The Long Good-bye, Raymond Chandler, 1954; 5 The Sheltering Sky, Paul Bowles, 1949; 6 L.A. Confidential, James Ellroy, 1990; 7 Body, Harry Crews, 1990; 8 The Killer Inside Me, Jim Thompson, 1952; 9 To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, 1960; 10 Nightmare Alley, William Lindsay Gresham, 1946; NON-FICTION: 1 Hollywood Babylon, Kenneth Anger, 1975; 2 All I Need is Love, Klaus Kinski, 1988; 3 England's Dreaming, Jon Savage, 1992; 4 From Yale to Jail, David Dellinger, 1993; 5 Wanderer, Sterling Hayden, 1963; 6 Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung, Lester Bangs, 1987; 7 Way of Zen, The, Alan W. Watts, 1957; 8 Please Kill Me, Legs McNeil + Gillian McCain, 1996; 9 Six Wives of Henry VIII, The, Alison Weir, 1991; 10 Ball Four, Jim Bouton, 1970;