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Move Me Brightly: Celebrating Jerry Garcia's 70th Birthday [DVD]

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Move Me Brightly is a film based around a musical gathering at Bob Weir's TRI Studios in San Rafael, California to mark what would have been Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday on 3rd August, 2012. The revolving line-up of performers included fellow Grateful Dead members along with many guest artists who joined together to celebrate Jerry Garcia's life and work. The evening's program was originally conceived by film director Justin Kreutzmann, the son of Grateful Dead drummer Bill, and the complete five hour set was webcast live. This film combines live performances from the studio alongside interviews with Jerry Garcia's family members, Grateful Dead bandmates and other musicians who played with or were inspired by him. It is fitting tribute to one of rock music's most creative and imaginative composers and performers.

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 Features
Bonus Tracks: 1) Friend Of The Devil 2) Bird Song 3) New Speedway Boogie

Track Listing
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

Product Details

  • Actors: Bob Weir, Luke Wilson, Mike Gordon, Bill Walton, Mickey Hart
  • Directors: Justin Kreutzmann
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Eagle Rock Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 29, 2013
  • Run Time: 159 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00F1W1SKI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,377 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Excellent tribute to Jerry on what would have been his 70th birthday. Justin Kreutzmann, son of Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann, has done a spectacular job putting this video together. Many of the players do not come from the Jam Band scene like you would expect, but each and every one of them does a stellar job of bringing something to Jerry's music.

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!
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I have to admit that I’m not into the Grateful Dead as much as many of my friends but I always liked their classic hits. I’ll leave to to get the “expert” opinion of some other reviewers but will try to give you some useful info on this Blu-ray disc. (IMPORTANT NOTE: Amazon groups all reviews of ALL formats of a video together. This is a review of the BD. Note on each review WHICH format the reviewer is commenting on.)

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.

Steve Ramm
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A terrific concert film, with many of my favorite Garcia/Hunter tunes. Also a great assembly of indie musicians who came together to drink from the wellspring of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead. Members of Phish, Furthur, Black Crowes and others join in. Outstanding musicianship and great engineering from TRI studios, which streamed the concert live. My only regret is that the disk didn't include "Ripple", which would have been appropriate; but there are many other favorites, all played well, and with heart.

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]
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An absolutely beautiful tribute to Jerry! Jerry would have especially loved the young talent playing his material, the "passing the torch on" so to speak. Some of the renditions of these timeless songs were really quite touching and showcase what truly great songs these are. As I've said many times to non-Deadheads, this is material that will stand the test of time. The lyrics speak of basic human truths and touch us in our hearts. To hear so many fresh interpretations did my heart good and I know Jerry would be immensely happy to know that his spirit is alive and well. Kudos to Bob for putting together such a loving tribute!
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Great production. The whole film is really well done. Lots of interesting interviews and so much talent. Franklins tower, mission in the rain and terrapin station stand out. Top notch musicians really jamming and pumping new energy into dead classics. Make sure and watch the bonus performances. It's almost as good as being there. Not tacky or cheesy at all, a real honorable tribute to an amazing performer.
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For any DeadHead, this was a fun event that was broadcast 2 days after what would have been Jerry's 70th Birthday. Truly inspiring seeing, young singer's collaborating with Bob Weir. The two best songs of the evening for me was the "Mission in the Rain" and the "Terrapin Station" and both are on this official release. The day after this show was rebroadcast on Sirius/XM and I hoped that it would be released as a CD set but it looks like they did one better with this DVD.
Oh and knowing that TRI is on the cutting edge of audio and visual broadcasting I anticipate that this will be impeccable
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This is a fun and interesting concert film with some good interviews, but Deadheads beware! The list of stars of the film includes Bill Kreutzmann (who does not play at all, but contributes a couple good stories), Mickey Hart (who also does not play, but has one ~20 second comment), and Phil Lesh (who plays on one song only). I think that the listing of these folks as stars is disingenuous, and an obvious ploy to get Deadheads to part with their well-earned money. Having said that, I think that Bob Weir does a great job with the songs he is involved with, especially "Days Between," which he has really taken the time to make his own, despite the fact that it will always be a "Jerry song." I also enjoyed the interviews and a number of the cover songs are well done by the folks involved. It is nice to see the younger generation of performers who were raised on these songs do them justice. This is a good film that was almost ruined by bad marketing.
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