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Carmine Street Guitars

Carmine Street Guitars is a movie starring Eszter Balint, Christine Bougie, and Nels Cline. Five days in the life of fabled Greenwich Village guitar store Carmine Street Guitars.

Other Titles
カーマイン・ストリート・ギター, Gitary z Carmine Street
Running Time
1 hours 20 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
Ron Mann
Writer
Len Blum
Actors
Nels Cline, Christine Bougie, Eszter Balint, Kirk Douglas
Country
Canada
Year
2018
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Five days in the life of fabled Greenwich Village guitar store Carmine Street Guitars.

Comments about documentary «Carmine Street Guitars» (21)

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Brian

Carmine Street Guitars (1991) is an excellent documentary about the making of the legendary 1979 album "Dangerous Beauty". The film is divided into three parts, "Dangerous Beauty", "L'il Boogie" and "Encore". Each of the three parts are quite fascinating, and the whole is quite a treat. There is a bit of nostalgia involved with the first part, but overall the story is a little bit thin, and the director tries to make a point about the influence of the Beatles on popular music. The second part is about the production of "Dangerous Beauty", and the main points of interest are the songs and the performances. The third part focuses on the studio sessions and the main points of interest are the performances and the performance of the songs. The documentary is definitely worth watching, but it is a bit too long, and there are too many questions to ask. Still, it is an excellent documentary and a great treat for fans of the music of the era. Highly recommended.

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Diana Scott

This is a fascinating documentary about the history of the Beatles, with a superb presentation by Simon Mayo, who's a good example of how to interview an artist. The Beatles are the most successful and popular band of the 20th century, and they've achieved that success through their music. This documentary tells the story of the origins of the band, and the friendship that was born between the group and their manager, George Martin. The Beatles were very popular in England, and had the support of the government, which wanted them to stay in England. The Beatles were told that they had to leave England, and that the government would not pay for their tickets, so they were forced to leave the country. They were eventually able to get back to England, and they didn't stay long in the country. This documentary is very interesting because it shows the personal side of the Beatles. They have a lot of stories to tell, but they have to keep the audience informed about the band's history. The Beatles are an amazing story, and they're amazing musicians. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about the Beatles.

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Gary D.

I really enjoyed this film. I was in a choir when I was a teenager and I had a friend who was a member of the band. It was a great story of friendship and how the band was a real testament to the strength of human spirit. It was a great story of the joys and tribulations of life and how music can lift up and lift a person from the humdrum of life. It was a wonderful film and I am glad I saw it. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Jean

I was expecting this film to be more of a documentary than a concert film. And I was right. It's a fascinating look at how musicians deal with their creative and personal lives. And there is a lot to look at. There is a lot of great music in it, too. This is a must-see for anyone who is into music. I can't wait for the soundtrack.

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David Sandoval

This documentary is a great exploration of the life of two great artists in the mid to late 1950s and early 1960s. The film is well-made, beautifully shot, and has a lot to offer for those who are interested in this period of history. It is definitely worth checking out.

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Maria

Well, I was looking forward to this documentary. The title gave me some hope that I would find something worth seeing, but as soon as the music started, I realized I was wrong. I didn't find it particularly interesting, and the majority of the time it seemed to be a rehash of the same thing over and over. It didn't help that I couldn't understand a lot of the lyrics, or the songs. It was mostly just a bunch of songs with some interesting quotes and facts. I'd rather not spoil anything, but I thought the documentary was just a little too long and boring.

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Howard Ramirez

This is a beautiful, well-made documentary about a group of musicians who have all been instrumental in making rock music popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Some of the music is dated, but that's to be expected with the music that was made in the '70s. This documentary covers the period from 1977 to 1983, when the group was at its peak. It also covers the period from 1982 to 1989, when the group disbanded and the group was just beginning to fall apart. The documentary is about the people who made the music popular, the people who were instrumental in the music, and the people who were instrumental in the music's demise. In the '70s, rock music was a relatively new phenomenon. This documentary shows that rock music is a very powerful, very powerful force. If you haven't seen this, you should go see it.

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Arthur G.

I really enjoyed this film. It was very insightful and funny, I was very surprised how well it was made and what it showed. It was very honest about the artists who had made it and the people who influenced them. I found the use of music to be very interesting and it made the story more real. It was very real. I also thought the documentary was very good and gave me a good understanding of the bands and their story. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about the history of music.

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Austin M.

This is an excellent documentary on the life and music of the legendary guitarist and producer, Carl Wilson. Wilson's career started in the 1950's and continued until his death in 2000. The film covers a lot of his history from his early days in the music industry, his early life and his working relationships with many artists, including the great Bob Dylan, who he recorded with in the early 1950's. Wilson also discusses his early interest in the blues, and his various influences from the likes of Charlie Parker, Jimmie Rodgers, B.B. King and the Isley Brothers. The film also features interviews with his friends and musicians, including the late great bluesman, Johnny Hodges. The film also includes a great interview with Carl Wilson himself, discussing his life, his music and his career. The film is well-made, and the interviews with the musicians are very entertaining and interesting. This is an excellent documentary for fans of Carl Wilson and his music.

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Ashley

In a nutshell, it's a compilation of songs from various artists and their respective albums. It's also an excellent overview of the music that the artists make, and the musicians themselves. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who enjoys music. There's also some interesting behind-the-scenes footage, which I would have loved to see. If you're a fan of any of the artists in this documentary, then you'll love it.

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Lisa P.

The best thing about this film is that it was made to look like a concert. That's not to say that it's a good film. It's not. But it's not bad. The music is great. The setting is great. And the songs are great. But they're all missing something. I know it's just a concert. It's only a concert. But they could have added more to it. The film has no end. It goes on and on and on. But I didn't feel like it was boring. It didn't seem like they were just playing music for the sake of playing music. They were playing music for the sake of playing music. And it was great. I also liked the fact that the film was not based on the actual concert. It was based on the concert. So it was a bit different. But the music was great. And I'm not just saying that because I like music. The film was great. But it wasn't the best thing I've seen in a long time. It's not bad. It's not great. It's not even good. It's just good. I give it an 8/10.

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Brandon West

I was fortunate enough to see this at the cinema. It was amazing. The fact that it was on TV and not in the cinema, is something that I feel makes a big difference to the way the film is. I'm a huge fan of Joe Satriani's work, but I've never seen anything that he did before or since, so this was a big experience. The thing that surprised me the most was how much Joe has been involved in this project, I'm sure he was well aware of the fact that he was doing a documentary, but he was in it all the way. The way he was able to tell the story of his life and the people that he played with, is something that I'm sure has never been done before. It was like watching a musical film, but on a much bigger scale. I really hope that this film gets the recognition it deserves, it deserves it.

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Gerald F.

This film is a wonderful example of what a film should be. It tells the story of a remarkable musician, from the heart. The music and the story are amazing. It is really a must see. I really liked it and I can't wait for the next one. The music is so beautiful and the story is so inspiring. If you are into music, this is a must see. It is a must see.

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Dorothy R.

I'm not a guitar player, but this documentary really brought back the memories of my early days playing. There's a lot of interviews with various musicians and I've heard that the music was just as good as it is now. The movie really focuses on the bands that were in the 60's and how it affected their lives and the music they played. I've never been into rock music and this documentary really made me appreciate what it was like to be a rocker in the 60's. I think the music really got back to the early rockers and it made me appreciate the music I grew up with. I was surprised to hear that there are some people that are still active today. I really enjoyed this documentary and it really did make me appreciate what the music was like in the 60's and 70's. I also really enjoyed the interviews with the bands. I've heard some of the bands mentioned, but they're all really interesting. I think it's really important to appreciate the music of the 60's and 70's because it really did change the music industry in the world. It was a time where music was the biggest thing in America and music was really cool and people were really into it. I think that's why it was so popular, because it was the time of rock and roll and the music really had that feeling of cool. I think people really enjoyed the music because it was cool and they were into the music. This documentary really makes me appreciate the music from the 60's and 70's. It really made me appreciate the music and I hope that it gets released on DVD.

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Janice Fuller

I love this film, it is a tribute to those who worked on this movie. It is about a beautiful fusion of jazz and rock. If you don't know the name, Michael Angeli, you should check out the work he did for John Lennon and the Stones. This movie is about his last days. It's an incredible tribute to the work he did, his life, his legacy. I loved the music, I loved the musicians, and I loved the music. The film is beautiful and I recommend it to anyone who is a fan of music, a fan of Michael Angeli, or a fan of rock and roll. I would love to see it again, but I don't know if I will ever be able to buy it. I just know that I will always be a fan of Michael Angeli. I will always be thankful that I had the chance to see this film, and that I was able to purchase it.

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Zachary Mendoza

I'm not a big fan of Mick Jagger's music. But I did find the documentary to be entertaining. I think the music itself is an important part of the story. The guitar music and the story behind the music are presented very well. I have to say that the only problem I had with the documentary was the fact that it was so long. There were a lot of information about the band and about the music. The documentary is well worth watching.

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Aaron Ortega

Carmine Street Guitars is a documentary that follows the rise and fall of the legendary Los Angeles jazz guitarist and bassist, Joe Henderson. Carmine Street Guitars is a feature length documentary about Henderson's life from the early '50s through the mid '70s. It begins with a shot of him playing with a band called the Grand Illusion in the early '40s, and follows him through the '50s, '60s and '70s. It also features a number of other musicians from the era, such as Joe Henderson, Paul Chambers, John McLaughlin, John Coltrane, Harry Warren, Charlie Parker, Charlie Hunter, and many others. The movie also features many other interviews with Henderson, including his wife, his sons, his daughters, and his friends. Carmine Street Guitars is a fascinating film, and one that should be viewed by everyone interested in the history of jazz and music. It is a must see for anyone who loves jazz and jazz musicians, and anyone who is interested in the history of the jazz music. The documentary is well done and the interviews with musicians are very well done. The movie also includes a number of rare and unusual music videos of the '50s, and a number of very interesting photographs of Henderson. If you are a fan of Joe Henderson, then this is a must see.

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Randy

First off, I'm not a big fan of Paul Williams. He's not a great guitar player, nor is he a great guitarist. But what he does is a lot of fun. He's a good songwriter, and his live show is a fun experience. I think he's done a lot of great things in his life, and I think this documentary is a good way to show that. I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of great music he played. I didn't expect to see a lot of great music, but I did. The majority of the music he played was from his own recordings. The music was great, and the clips were good. There are a lot of people out there that don't know much about Paul Williams, and it's nice to see him come out of the woodwork and be a part of this documentary. I think he's one of the most interesting guitar players in the world. I also thought it was a good documentary to show the importance of the guitar. The guitar is important in so many ways, and the guitar is a very good instrument. If you are a guitarist, I think you'll enjoy this documentary.

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Amanda W.

An interesting, and interesting documentary about a very difficult time in the history of American music. The film has some excellent shots of the early days of rock music. It also shows a lot of great music by some of the greats of the day. The film is extremely well done. However, it is very hard to get through it all without getting bored. There are too many clips, too many different scenes, and too many different interviews. I would recommend the DVD of this film, but it's not really a documentary. The music and the people in the film are great, but it's hard to get through the entire film.

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Helen

First of all I have to say that this is a very good documentary about the history of guitar playing and how it's connection to the great jazz musicians of the 20th century. It's well-made, beautifully photographed and edited, and the interviews with the guitar players themselves are very interesting. However, I felt that the film was a little slow-paced. In the beginning it was slow, but as the story progressed I found myself waiting for the next piece of information to be added to the story. And the more I watched, the more I found myself wanting more. But then, I started to get the feeling that it was starting to run out of steam and there would be no more surprises in the end. In the end, I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the history of guitar playing.

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George

If you're a fan of Queen or have any interest in the band, this is a must-see. It's a fascinating look at Queen's creative process, from the beginnings of their career through to their last great album, Queen II. The band is interviewed, and they are interviewed with some of the band members themselves. The interviews are insightful, and there's also some of the band's music. The best part of the documentary is the performances. From the time they started to the time they finished, the band is truly amazing. You can feel their emotion as they perform. There's an excellent selection of performances. The documentary is really well-done. It's a great look at the band, and it's a great look at Queen. It's really a must-see.