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Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am?

Read "Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am?" reviewed by Gareth Thompson

Clarence Clemons Who Do I Think I Am? MVD/Virgil Films 2019 Everyone probably has their favourite Clarence Clemons saxophone solo. Take that fiery blast at the close of Bruce Springsteen's “Thunder Road," for example, where Clemons blows a divine howl like some avenging angel. Clemons's life is documented in this ...

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Blue Note Records Beyond The Notes

Read "Blue Note Records Beyond The Notes" reviewed by Chris May

Blue Note Records Beyond The Notes Director: Sophie Huber Run Time: 111 minutes Eagle Rock Entertainment 2019 Blue Note fans will love this film. It is an unblemished, 360-degree, feel-good feast for the eyes and the ears. Intended by director Sophie Huber to make sense ...

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Rolling Stones: Bridges To Buenos Aires

Read "Rolling Stones: Bridges To Buenos Aires" reviewed by Doug Collette

Rolling Stones Bridges To Buenos Aires Eagle Rock Entertainment 2019 Bridges to Buenos Aires is the second Rolling Stones concert release this year from the iconic band's world tour in support of Bridges to Babylon (Virgin America, 1997). And, while the decision may be questionable from a marketing point of view ...

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Horn From The Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story

Read "Horn From The Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story" reviewed by Doug Collette

Paul Butterfield Horn From The Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story Abramorama 2019 It is absolutely riveting to watch Horn From The Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story. And, likely as not, any music-loving viewer who begins will not be able to stop til the ninety-five minutes is over. Co-producers/writers/directors John Anderson ...

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Stanley Nelson: How Do You Make A Film Do Justice To Miles Davis And His Music?

Read "Stanley Nelson: How Do You Make A Film Do Justice To Miles Davis And His Music?" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

Miles Davis is far more than a legendary jazz great. He was and is a cultural and musical icon whose life was largely compelled by five driving forces: 1) his groundbreaking innovations in cool jazz, modal music, fusion, and beyond; 2) his “cool" persona, which has influenced and inspired several generations; 3) his tempestuous love life; ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEWS

Clarence Clemons: Who Do I think I am?

Read "Clarence Clemons: Who Do I think I am?" reviewed by Doug Collette

Clarence Clemons Who Do I Think I Am? MVD/Virgil Films 2019 It's difficult if not impossible to become enraptured watching the late Clarence Clemons' biopic/documentary Who Do I Think I Am? . But as with an autobiography Big Man: Real Life & Tall Tales (Grand Central Publishing, 2009), that delivered ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEWS

Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool

Read "Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool Firelight Films Director: Stanley Nelson Run Time: 115 minutes 2019 In addition to his place as a legendary jazz musician, Miles Davis has long been a cultural hero for the African American community and for so many others of varied ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEWS

The Harder They Come Collector's Edition

Read "The Harder They Come Collector's Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette

Jimmy Cliff The Harder They Come Collector's Edition Shout! Factory 2019 With the inclusion of six hours of bonus content in addition to its initial release in high-definition, The Harder They Come in its Collector's Edition may be even more enlightening on a cultural level now than it was when originally ...

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Santana Live At US Festival

Read "Santana Live At US Festival" reviewed by Doug Collette

Santana Live At US Festival Shout! Factory 2019 The Carlos Santana appearing at the US Festival in 1982 is not the same hungry street urchin transformed by the music he made early in his career with the band under his name. Since the galvanizing breakthrough at Woodstock in 1969, the group ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEWS

Blue Note Records: Beyond The Notes

Read "Blue Note Records: Beyond The Notes" reviewed by Doug Collette

Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes Eagle Vision2019 Seventy-one minutes hardly seems long enough to tell the story of a record label so profoundly influential as Blue Note. Yet even a marathon film of multiple parts could not capture the essence of this phenomenon any more completely and certainly no more succinctly ...


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