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Aretha Franklin s Until You Come Back To Me, the Bee Gees, Jive Talkin, Norah Jones Don't Know Why, Chaka Khan's I Feel For You, Bette Midler's Wind Beneath My Wings ... are just a handful of the legendary artists and iconic hit recordings produced by 12 time Grammy Award winning producer, arranger and composer, Arif Mardin. The Grammy nominated film, The Greatest Ears In Town: The Arif Mardin Story chronicles the life and career of the man who produced more than 50 gold and platinum records with sales topping 50 million units.
Filled with rare footage, photos, and packed with incredible music, The Greatest Ears In Town features in-depth and intimate interviews and/or studio footage with music luminaries, friends and artists including Quincy Jones, Ahmet Ertegun, Sir George Martin, Willie Nelson, Carly Simon, Jewel, Daryl Hall, Phil Collins, The Bee Gees, Norah Jones and many others. The Greatest Ears In Town is one of the most insightful, enjoyable documentaries about how hits are created ever made.
Filmed in 1.78:1 aspect ratio, the producers also chose to go with the higher end sound output of Stereo 2.0 PCM 48k as further testimony to the incredible music and cutting end sounds created by Arif Mardin.
I have watched videos about Ahmet Ertegun, the founder of Atlanic Records, and Tom Dodd, Atlantic Records chief recording engineer. Read morePublished 4 months ago by James Honeycutt
I personally think this is one of the finest well crafted documentaries on an artist I have ever seen. I just keep learning upon every viewing/ listen. Superb!Published 4 months ago by Kere Buchanan
The rest of the story!! I love knowing who was behind the hits - the song writers - the producers - the general public only know the singers and maybe some of their musicians. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dahmia
An awesome, sweet & heartfelt documentary from a music legend that not enough has been written about. Read morePublished 8 months ago by John Ozed