Imagine the Sound - Jazz in the 60's

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Don

One of the best, maybe THE best, music documentaries I've ever seen. For one thing, unlike almost all other music documentaries, the actual music is respected so that we get to listen and watch, without people speaking at the same time. As it should be! So inspiring.

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Eva

These guys are so cool. Five stars for this scene alone: Bill Dixon @ 3:00.
"See, you don't wanna lecture an audience, see, this is the thing. You- we can't do that - in the 60s, man, that's what we were doing. I would snatch cats, you know what I mean, 'Hey! How come you're not ...Read more

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