Jim Kohlberg
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Variation on a Theme: An Interview with J.K. Simmons
25 Aug 2011 // 4:00 PM

J.K. Simmons's most visible credit to date is the scenery-chomping role as J. Jonah Jameson in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy. But in The Music Never Stopped, (now out on DVD) a deeply rewarding film about music therapy, family, and the Summer of Love generation, Simmons shines in his first lead film role as the uptight father of an amnesiac hippie.

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The Complexities of Memory and Music in 'The Music Never Stopped'
11 Sep 2011 // 3:58 PM

A fascinating story about the complexities of memory and music, as well as a story about a father and son relating to each other, with both misperceptions and understanding, through music.

'The Music Never Stopped' Is a Sincere Little Drama
22 Aug 2011 // 3:58 PM

A time when squares listened to Annette Funicello, and hippies went braless and thought they could make sense out of the lyrics to "I Am The Walrus".

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