Once more diversifying my journalistic efforts—because, as we see more and more clearly day by day, film criticism is a mug's game—I recently interviewed Gregg Allman for the MSN Music website. The fruits of my labors may be found here. Among other things, Mr. Allman makes a liver transplant sound like a rather arduous procedure to endure, and I take his words to heart. His new solo album, Low Country Blues, is what they call a good 'un—soulful, heartfelt, a real groover record of the old school well worth your time. The above image depicts Allman with Jason Patric and Jennifer Jason Leigh in 1991's Rush, a rare foray into film acting for Allman. He played an extremely cold-blooded drug dealer and was, as far as I was concerned, the best thing about the picture. He and I did not get around to discussing this episode in his life, but hell, this Is ostensibly a film blog so I figured I needed to make something of an effort to stick to that. In any event, enjoy.