Move Me Brightly: Celebrating Jerry Garcia's 70th Birthday [DVD]
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Features contributions from fellow Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart and Donna Jean Godchaux along with Garcia family members and guests including Carlos Santana, Furthur's Joe Russo & Jeff Chimenti, Phish's Mike Gordon, Black Crowes' Adam MacDougall, Vampire Weekend's Chris Tomson, Yellowbirds Sam Cohen & Josh Kaufman and many more.
Bonus Tracks: 1) Friend Of The Devil 2) Bird Song 3) New Speedway Boogie
1)Pretty excited... Kinda lost 2) Cumberland Blues 3) Compatriots in the land of weirdness 4) Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad 5) The weirder the better, sometimes 6) Mission in the Rain 7) Tension and release 8) Shakedown Street 9) I can do this... it s all here 10) He s Gone 11) The story is the face of the song 12) Eyes of the World 13) Nothing ventured... Nothing gained 14) Terrapin Station 15) We're going to be archetypes 16) Days Between 17) Franklin s Tower 18) Dolly Parton... Everytime 19) U.S. Blues
Top Customer Reviews
Ironically I had just watched The Last Waltz before this movie, and the cinematography is strikingly similar. That speaks volumes for this movie since The Last Waltz is widely regarded as one of if not the best concert movie of all time. The camera angles, catching the performers as they are getting into the groove, and largely ignoring the audience are all great techniques that were employed here.
Much thanks and credit must go to Bob Weir for creating this dream studio called TRI. It was designed for digital broadcasting and recording so it was ready from the get go. Bob was also the master mind behind this gathering and served as the musical guru for the performances. Thanks Bob!
You'll be glad you bought this for your collection and repeated watching pleasure... I sure am!
The concert is presented is HD and runs just over two hours. But you should know that it is not just music. There are interviews inserted throughout the program. The BONUS material includes another 6 songs (including “Friend of The Devil”, “Tennessee Jed” and “Ship of Fools”. which were not in the broadcast version. This alone, makes it a must for fans who saw the streamed version.
I hope this addition info and review was both informative and helpful.
Bob Weir led the concert, with Phil Lesh and Donna Jean Godchaux joining in. Interviews with Bob Kreutzmann and Micky Hart rounded out the rest. Justin Kreutzmann directed, and discussed his introduction to directing through discussions with Jerry while on tour with his father and the Dead, and the ideas that led to the Grateful Dead movie.
This is also a warm look at Jerry the person, with interviews with Carolyn (Mountain Girl) Garcia and individual interviews with their kids, short clips of Jerry, and lots of photos. Rounding it out is a poem, authored by David Crosby.
I bought the blue ray edition, which has absolutely perfect sound in both stereo and surround.
Move Me Brightly: Celebrating Jerry Garcia's 70th Birthday [Blu-ray]
Oh and knowing that TRI is on the cutting edge of audio and visual broadcasting I anticipate that this will be impeccable
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved the video although it only worked once and after that it will not read on any of my devices.Published 8 months ago by Katherine Baker
This was a good tribute to Jerry by Bobby, but don't let the listing of all of the famous musicians on the cover fool you- most of them did not play, but were just interviewed. Read morePublished 11 months ago by FrankL