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Blue Note : a story of modern jazz

Title
Blue Note : a story of modern jazz / a film by Julian Benedikt.
Publication
[New York, NY?] : Blue Note, c1997.

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Description
1 videocassette (90 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences; 1/2 in.
Alternative Title
  • Story of modern jazz
  • Blue Note, a story of modern jazz.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Jazz.
  • Documentary films.
  • Biographical films.
Note
  • Videocassette release of the documentary film by EuroArts Entertainment and SDR/Arte in association with Bravo and Danmarks Radio.
Credits (note)
  • Executive producer, Bernd Hellthaler ; producer, Ulli Phau ; photography, William Rexer II ; editor, Andrew Hulme ; music supervisor, Don Sickler ; director, Andreas Missler-Morell.
System Details (note)
  • VHS.
Call Number
Sc Visual VRA-389
OCLC
  • 37840475
  • 37840475
Title
Blue Note : a story of modern jazz / a film by Julian Benedikt.
Imprint
[New York, NY?] : Blue Note, c1997.
Summary
The story of Blue Note Records, the jazz record company founded in 1939 by German refugees Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff. The history of the company has been intimately linked with the evolution of jazz music and the development of jazz musicians. Includes many recordings of live performances by Blue Note artists as well as interviews of staff, performers and critics. Illustrated with photos by Francis Wolff.
Performer
Performers: Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, Bud Powell, John Coltrane, Dextor Gordon, Freddie Hubbard, Horace Silver, Sonny Rollins, Thelonious Monk, Art Blakey, Elvin Jones, Cassandra Wilson, Junko Onishi, The Blue Note All Stars.
Interviews: Gil Melle, Horace Silver, Hans Borgelt, Brigitte Mira, Hermann Haarmann, Bob Belden, Bob Cranshaw, Freddie Hubbard, J.J. Johnson, Ron Carter, Al Harewood, Max Roach, Francis Paudras, Herbie Hancock, Bertrand Tavernier, Carlos Santana, Charlie Lourie, Henri Renaud, Michael Cuscuna, Cassandra Wilson, Ira Gitler, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Credits
Executive producer, Bernd Hellthaler ; producer, Ulli Phau ; photography, William Rexer II ; editor, Andrew Hulme ; music supervisor, Don Sickler ; director, Andreas Missler-Morell.
System Details
VHS.
Added Author
Benedikt, Julian.
Wolff, Francis.
Pfau, Ulli. Producer
Morell, Andreas, television director.
Leiber, Uwe.
Johnson, Pete, 1904- Performer
Powell, Bud. Performer
Coltrane, John, 1926-1967. Performer
Gordon, Dexter, 1923- Performer
Hubbard, Freddie. Performer. Interviewee
Rollins, Sonny. Performer
Monk, Thelonious, performer
Blakey, Art, 1919-1990. Performer
Jones, Elvin. Performer
Onishi, Junko. Performer
Mellé, Gil. Interviewee
Silver, Horace, 1928-2014. Performer. Interviewee
Borgelt, Hans, 1914- Interviewee
Mira, Brigitte. Interviewee
Haarmann, Hermann, 1946- Interviewee
Belden, Bob. Interviewee
Cranshaw, Bob. Interviewee
Johnson, J. J., 1924-2001. Interviewee
Carter, Ron, 1937- Interviewee
Harewood, Al. Interviewee
Roach, Max, 1924-2007. Interviewee
Paudras, Francis. Interviewee
Hancock, Herbie, 1940- Interviewee
Taj Mahal (Musician), interviewee.
Tavernier, Bertrand. Interviewee
Santana, Carlos. Interviewee
Lourie, Charlie. Interviewee
Renaud, Henri, 1925- Interviewee
Cuscuna, Michael. Interviewee
Wilson, Cassandra. Performer. Interviewee
Gitler, Ira. Interviewee
Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem, 1947- Interviewee
Blue Note All Stars (Musical group), performer.
EuroArts Entertainment.
Süddeutscher Rundfunk.
Bravo Cable Network.
Danmarks radio.
Blue Note (Firm)
Added Title
Story of modern jazz
Blue Note, a story of modern jazz.
Publisher No.
724347784439 Blue Note
Research Call Number
Sc Visual VRA-389
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