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  • Actors: Bruce Ricker, Clint Eastwood, Joshua Redman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: March 12, 2002
  • Run Time: 107 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005Y71L
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,774 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Eastwood After Hours (Live at Carnegie Hall)" on IMDb

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  • Behind-the-scenes documentary

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Dirty Harry--jazz fan? Perhaps not, but the man who brought him to life sure is, as this 106-minute concert and tribute to Clint Eastwood makes apparent. As a director (and occasional pianist), Eastwood has made no secret of his passion for jazz, using it in films as diverse as Play Misty for Me, Unforgiven, The Bridges of Madison County, and of course Bird, his Charlie Parker biopic. In 1996 a stellar group of musicians, both veterans (pianists Kenny Barron and Jay McShann, singer Jimmy Scott, saxophonist Charles McPherson) and relative youngsters (saxophonist Joshua Redman, singer Kevin Mahogany, Eastwood's son Kyle on bass), assembled in New York to play the music and pay homage to the man. The repertoire is solid, the performances outstanding; but what really sets this program apart is its frequent but understated commingling of film clips with the music itself, to evocative, humorous, and entertaining effect. This one's a keeper. --Sam Graham

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On October 17, 1996, veteran and contemporary jazz greats gathered for a select soiree on the stage of New York's Carnegie Hall, saluting a guy more noted for making popular films than for making sweet music. But as any fan of Clint Eastwood, especially after he started directing 30 years ago, will attest, the award-winning star is also an inveterate jazz lover who has uniquely integrated that musical form into the scores of his films. Join Joshua Redman, Christian McBride, Flip Phillips, Charles McPherson, James Rivers, Slide Hampton, Hank Jones, Thelonious Monk Jr., the Kyle Eastwood Quartet, the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band and more for this scintillating celebration of film and music.

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Documentary:Behind-the-scenes documentary: Eastwood After Dark
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I was very impressed with the video and audio quality.
fredricks25
The musicians are extraordinary, and i especially like the battling between James Carter and Joshua Redman.
Lorentz Yeung
Overall, an easy and enjoyable way to spend an hour and forty-six minutes and ten seconds.
Daniel M. Hart

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51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Ronald K. Goodenow on April 29, 2002
Format: DVD
This 1996 Carnegie Hall concert rates right up there with the best -- Billie Holliday, Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Miles Davis..... For me, watching James Carter and Joshua Redman together riff with the Carnegie Center Jazz Orch is worth the price of admission, but there is much, much more and a collection of great vocalists and instrumentalists having a good time and letting it all loose. If you haven't heard Kevin Mahogany or caught Jay McShann (in whose band Charlie Parker cut his teeth) here's your chance. And, if Lester Leaps In, with Redman, James Moody, Roy Hargrove, Charles McPherson, Flip Phillips, Carter and company doesn't leave you wanting to dance in the gilded aisles nothing ever will. Though some purists might object to the occasional cuts (rather brief and often witty) from Eastwood movies and the laid back comments of patron Clint himself (and his less laid back piano playing), I found it all rather well done and thoroughly enjoyable. The guy's paid his dues to this art form and he gets his just deserts here. Above all, fine sound, excellent photography and almost two hours of the best jazz you will find on film. A great intro to jazz across generations and its contemporary energy. Full stop.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By fredricks25 on September 30, 2008
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Anyone who loves pure jazz (from some amazing musicians) will love this concert. I was very impressed with the video and audio quality. Some of my favorites(they're all great) are "Cherokee" (Charles Mcpherson) who has the sweetest alto sax sound I've ever heard along with "Straight No Chaser"(James Carter & Joshua Redman)where you have to hear their solos as they will blow you away! Seeing Barry Harris on piano is an added bonus for jazz piano fans. I could go on and on about the 106 minutes of amazing jazz that is packed into this DVD.
If you are Jazz obsessed (I am) you just have to have this. All in all, this DVD is just "straight ahead" fun.
Thanks goes to Clint Eastwood for keeping JAZZ alive!!
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By "backspinman" on May 11, 2003
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THESE ARE WONDERFUL JAZZ MUSICIANS. THE ONLY THING THAT KEEPS ME FROM RATING THIS 5 STARS IS THE CONSTANT INTERRUPTIONS OF FILM CLIPS FROM CLINT'S OLD MOVIES. I KNOW SOME PEOPLE LIKE THIS STUFF BUT WHEN I WATCH MUSIC I LIKE TO GET INTO IT AND I DON'T LIKE COMMENTARY AND FILM CLIPS. EVEN WITH THAT, IT'S STILL GREAT MUSIC. WITH ALL THE RAP MUSIC? NOWADAYS IT'S A JOY TO SEE SOMEONE THAT CAN ACTUALLY PLAY THEIR INSTRUMENTS. I HOPE THAT THIS ISN'T A LOST ART. THESE GUY'S PLAY AS WELL AT THE OLD JAZZ GREATS. THE SOUND IS REAL GOOD TOO.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lorentz Yeung on April 29, 2011
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Spectacular!!! It is the best live performance have ever watched, definitely worths the money. The musicians are extraordinary, and i especially like the battling between James Carter and Joshua Redman. It is like Coleman Hawkins and Lester Young were both coming back to life again!

I never regret buying this DVD, and I will buy a Bluray version if it is in the market.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dancing Bear on September 4, 2009
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I'm not a jazz aficionado but I know what I like. Eastwood has assembled some jazz greats on this DVD and if you like jazz at all you'll want to watch and listen to this superb DVD recording. And I don't mind the outtakes from his films since I'm a longtime fan of his. Plus, movie soundtracks are responsible for keeping food on the table for a lot of jazz musicians.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By James D. Hoopes on February 1, 2005
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This is what jazz is all about. Wonderful musicians playing

their hearts out. Beuatiful, exciting, and memorable. Eastwood

lends his name to yet another success.
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A great tribute to Clint Eastwood, his love of Jazz/Blues/R&B - and their use to include quality music in film.
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Eastwood After Hours: Live at Carnegie Hall. (2002) Warner Bros. DVD VIDEO 37263.
This DVD is 106 minutes long, and is a video recording of an October 17, 1996 concert at New York's Carnegie Hall. This concert was a tribute to Clint Eastwood and his use of jazz music in the films that he directed. This DVD contains performances of 25 songs performed by a collection of young and old jazz musicians. The talented young musicians are more than up to the task of preserving jazz as an art form. The recorded concert was then overlaid with movie clips and interspersed with commentaries by Clint Eastwood.
The songs in order, and the musicians performing them, as listed in the album credits, are:
"1. Introduction.
2. Misty (from Play Misty for Me), Kenny Barron and Barry Harris.
3. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (from Play Misty For Me), Jimmy Scott, Kenny Barron, Christian McBride and Kenny Washington.
4. Hootie's Blues (from The Last Last of the Blue Devils), Jay McShann, Christian McBride and Kenny Washington.
5. San Antonio Rose (from Honkytonk Man), Claude Williams, Jay McShann, Christian McBride and Kenny Washington.
6. This Time's The Dream's on Me (from Bird), The Eastwood Quartet.
7. Satin Doll (from White Hunter, Black Heart), Kenny Mahogany and The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band).
8. Doe Eyes (from The Bridges of Madison County), The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band.
9. Jitterbug Waltz (from The Bridges of Madison County) The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band.
10. Take Five, The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band.
11. Claudia's Theme (from Unforgiven), The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band.
12. Tightrope (Main Title), James Rivers and The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band.
13. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and Rawhide, The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band.
14.
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Actually, this song has NOT been performed by a woman. The man who sang it was a legendary Jimmy Scott, whose femalish voice is, unfortunately, a by-product of his lifelong genetic illness, called Kallmann's syndrome.
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