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Red, white and blues

Author: Martin ScorseseMike FiggisLouise HammarShirani SabratnamTom JonesAll authors
Publisher: [Seattle, WA] : Vulcan Productions ; [Berlin] : Road Movies Filmproduktion Gmbh, 2003.
Series: Blues.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videodisc   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A seven-part television series of personal and impressionistic films, viewed through the lens of seven world-famous directors, capturing the essence of blues music and delving into its global influence, from its roots in Africa to its inspirational role in today's music.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Scorsese; Mike Figgis; Louise Hammar; Shirani Sabratnam; Tom Jones; Jeff Beck; Lulu; Humphrey Lyttelton; Lonnie Donegan; Eric Clapton; John Mayall; Albert Lee; Chris Farlowe; Bert Jansch; Eric Burdon; Jack Elliott; Steve Winwood; Davey Graham; Georgie Fame; Mick Fleetwood; John Lennon; Muddy Waters; Alexis Korner; Big Bill Broonzy; Rosetta Tharpe; Sonny Terry; Brownie McGhee; Pete King; Jon Cleary; B B King; Plastic Ono Band.; Cappa Productions.; Jigsaw Productions.; Vulcan Productions.; Road Movies Filmproduktion.
ISBN: 0738903876 9780738903873 0738903892 9780738903897
OCLC Number: 813204989
Language Note: Soundtrack in English.
Notes: Contains 7 full-length performances not seen in the film: Lulu with Jeff Beck "Cry me a River"--Pete King "Lush life" -- Jeff Beck "Nadia" -- Jon Cleary (Piano improvisation)--Band Rehearsal (Blues jamm) -- Band rehearsal "Who's sorry now?" -- Mike Figgis (piano jam) ; interview with Mike Figgis ; director commentary ; director biography and filmography.
Series originally produced for PBS and The Corporation for Public Broadcasting ; presented by WGBH Boston to PBS.
Credits: Executive producer, Martin Scorsese ; director, Mike Figgis ; producers, Mike Figgis, Louise Hammar, Shirani Sabratnam.
Performer(s): Interviews: Humphrey Lyttelton, Lonnie Donegan, Eric Clapton, John Mayall, B.B. King, Albert Lee, Chris Farlowe, Bert Jansch, Eric Burdon, Ramblin Jack Elliott, Steve Winwood, Davey Graham, Georgie Fame, Mick Fleetwood, Peter Green.
Performers: Tom Jones, Jeff Beck, Van Morrison, Humphrey Lyttelton, Lonnie Donegan, B.B. King, Albert Lee, Chris Farlowe, Georgie Fame, Lulu. Archival performances: Rolling Stones, John Lennon & The Plastic Ono Band, Aric Clapton, Muddy Waters, Cream, Alexis Korner, Big Bill Broonzy, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee.
Target Audience: Rated M: Recommended for mature audiences 15 years and over. Low level coarse language.
Description: 1 videodisc (126 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: Encoded for all regions.
Contents: The Blue set contains the following: [1] Feel like going home : a film / by Martin Scorsese --
[2] The Soul of a man : a film / by Wim Wenders --
[3] The Road to Memphis : a film / by Richard Pearce and Robert Kenner --
[4] Warming by the devil's fire : a film / by Charles Burnett --
[5] Godfathers and sons : a film / by Marc Levin --
[6] Red, white & blues : a film / by Mike Figgis --
[7] Piano blues : a film / by Clint Eastwood.
Series Title: Blues.
Other Titles: Martin Scorsese presents The Blues :
Martin Scorsese presents The blues (Television program)
Responsibility: a film by Mike Figgis ; Cappa Productions and Jigsaw Productions.

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A seven-part television series of personal and impressionistic films, viewed through the lens of seven world-famous directors, capturing the essence of blues music and delving into its global influence, from its roots in Africa to its inspirational role in today's music.

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