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Winner 2008 Satellite Award
Anita O'Day was one of the greatest of American Jazz singers and this critically acclaimed award-winning documentary tells her astonishing story - a journey of survival and, above all, the endurance of her talent, told in a number of frank interviews with her and with those who knew her.
Stunning documentary account of the 1958 Newport Jazz festival, featuring an incomparable line-up of musicians and lovingly filmed in the idyllic setting of Rhode Island on a beautiful summer's day. Legendaries and luminaries of the time include a mighty and magnificent Jackson, Monk, O'Day and Armstrong dueting with Teagarden.
Jazz, a new documentary by Ken Burns, is a celebration of a unique American art form and of the people that made it. Miles Davis, Louis Armstrong, John Coltrane, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, and Dizzy Gillespie—these are the illustrious names that fill the history of jazz.
This concert was a very special event, and not just because of its celebratory circumstances and masterful music, but when a major figure acquires venerable status, he or she can take on a quality different from and more notable than mere charisma. It is as if all past achievements, experiences, and significant attributes have been crystallized into an aura that is both ethereal and palpable.
New York-born Pop/Jazz pianist and singer Peter Cincotti returns home for this outing for Condord Jazz.