Eastwood After Hours (Live at Carnegie Hall)
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Movie star and jazz afficionado Clint Eastwood presents some of his favorite music in an evening that celebrates a uniquely American art form as the soundtracks of many of his films are performed by some of America's hottest jazz musicians at New York's Carnegie Hall.]]>
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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!!
I never regret buying this DVD, and I will buy a Bluray version if it is in the market.
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:
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.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wasn't what i was expecting. I thought it would be a lovely collection of his beautiful music you hear in some of his films.......... dissapointed.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
to see clint has yet another surprise for us in that not only can he write music he can play it. its a pity that it was not done live with us watching him. Read morePublished 18 months ago by lance m
A great tribute to Clint Eastwood, his love of Jazz/Blues/R&B - and their use to include quality music in film.Published 19 months ago by MyRev
I have a substantial number of jazz DVD, and now consider Eastwood After Hours to be one of the best: Fine music and fine musicians.Published on November 10, 2013 by Robert H. Woody
We love Clint Eastwood, so loved this DVD. Very informative and nice to see a softer side of Clint. Loved it!Published on September 9, 2013 by Nikki
enjoyed it so much that I ordered this copy for a gift for someone else, would tell other jazz lovers that if they ever watched any of the movies that Clint has directed he has... Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by Robert
A great tribute to Clint Eastwood and his movies. Listening to the songs while seeing clips of that particular movie,brought back some good memories. Read morePublished on July 3, 2013 by thomas truesdale
Simply incredible! Many of the world's greatest jazz artists under one building on copy for the world to see! Definitely worth it the purchase!Published on March 10, 2013 by Alexander Marino
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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.
Jul 27, 2008 by K. Skupien | See all 2 posts
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