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Watch Online Horn from the Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story

(202) 7.4 95 min 2017

Horn from the Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story is a movie starring Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop, and Mike Bloomfield. Life and career of legendary blues musician Paul Butterfield.

Starring
Mike Bloomfield, Joe Boyd, Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop
Genres
Biography, Music, Documentary
Director
John Anderson

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Music, Documentary
Director John Anderson
Stars Mike Bloomfield, Joe Boyd, Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop
Country USA
Runtime 1H 35M
Description Life and career of legendary blues musician Paul Butterfield.

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Thursday, 21 Jan 2021 00:16

In his best film to date, Paul Butterfield - once a controversial folk-rock hero, now just a retired blues guitar player from Alabama - presents his story in a raw and honest way, no matter how you feel about him or his music. It is, quite simply, one of the best and most thoughtful films about the blues I've ever seen. There is a reason his reputation has reached such a high point, it's because he put so much thought into what he wanted to tell, and it shows. It's not just about his music, though it is certainly the focus of the film. It's about the man, the life, the experiences, and his belief that the blues is something to be proud of. The reason he was known to people of all different ethnic backgrounds is because he believed so strongly in what he represented. The pain, the loneliness, the struggle. His voice is a touchingly human portrayal of a man who believed in his music, but also believed in the blues. He believed in it enough to feel it, and he didn't try to hide it. He was just, and I mean that in a very good way, a man who believed in his music. All the things you would think would be negatives, actually were positives. He's such a sensitive, honest man. He still uses his voice, and that is all he can do. He was able to transcend a lot of issues through his music, and he has certainly managed to overcome a lot of problems in his life through it. He has a great story to tell, and he just so happens to have the same style of telling it as he did in his youth. His story is the one we should be listening to, and hopefully he will continue to tell it as much as he did at that time. If you want to know more about him, and what he was, then check this film out. If you want to hear about his life, and what he went through in his time on earth, then this film is a great way to start. It is also a film that can be seen in multiple ways. There are a few shorts from the early '80s, and the film is also called "The Legend of Paul Butterfield". It's a really interesting look at a guy who changed the way people looked at the blues, and how he did it. I recommend it highly.
Tuesday, 05 Jan 2021 22:58

This is a brilliant, richly researched, deeply moving documentary about the life and times of Sir Paul Butterfield, one of the most gifted and original guitarists and songwriters of our time. When he began to use a guitar and to sing at the age of thirteen, the "traditionalists" were terrified. As he grew older, they came to respect him as a man and musician, and his music became ever more popular. This documentary is a heartfelt tribute to his early life and his many and varied musical and artistic achievements. And of course his major breakthrough and musical triumph, the song "Blue Skies". It is also an amazing chronicle of the guitar god, his life, his music, and his place in our popular culture. Paul Butterfield was a highly talented and prolific young man. He was also a man of many talents. He was an artist, a poet, a poetess, a musician, an instrument builder, and an inventor. I believe his greatest artistic achievement was his ability to combine his musical talents with his writing skills. His music was powerful, poignant, and heartbreaking. In one of his last public performances, he offered his friends a kind of "salvation" through a rendition of a classic John Lennon song. It was a powerful and moving experience. I was fortunate enough to be able to see this film, and I have to say that it was one of the most moving and rewarding experiences of my life. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the man who inspired Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash. I have never heard of Robert Plant, who has an incredible voice, but was a masterful musician in the '70s. He was even more of a virtuoso at the time. This film may not be as exciting as "the Rolling Stones" documentary, but it should be more than the sum of its parts. I think everyone who watches this documentary should be touched by the impact and influence of Sir Paul Butterfield.
Sunday, 25 Oct 2020 04:44

I haven't seen the movie yet, but from what I've read, it's pretty good. It's entertaining and informative, and you get to know more about Paul Butterfield's life and why he is the way he is today. The documentary is also kind of nostalgic for me because I grew up in the 70s and 80s. I watched the documentary in the early 90s and it really did hit home with me because I was just a teenager. The movie's really about a lot more than just Paul Butterfield. It's a story about his music, it's about his time in the military, it's about the music that he made and how he made it. He was a creative genius. He had so much to offer. He was the most prolific and brilliant musical artist of the time. His music is amazing. He had a large following of his own and I know many people who are fans. Some people may think that he's not good in interviews, but in this movie he's so funny and inspiring. He's able to talk about all the things that he did to make a living, and all the things that he got through. I think that people who are interested in music or musical artists should really watch this movie. You'll see that he was a lot like George Clinton and was able to make something out of nothing and make it his own. He did it with no money and it's an amazing story. I was also interested in the way that his music was available at the time. The music was all recorded at the time, and they just released it. People in the military were listening to his music. There are just so many different things that I liked about the movie. You get to see more about how his career was different. I also liked the way that he was able to give back to people in need and put himself out of his comfort zone and make himself a better person. He went to war in the Navy, and then his career took off. He gave up his band and became a public figure, so he was able to reach out to people. I think it's great that he's able to do that. It's so inspiring. The music is amazing, but I think it's also inspiring. The movie is also good because it shows a lot of different things, like how he would get someone out of trouble and get them to a place where they wanted to be. It's really inspiring. All in all, I recommend that you watch the movie because it's really great. It's a very interesting story. It's kind of nostalgic and I think it's really cool. You really get to know more about the man. I really liked it. If you're interested in Paul Butterfield, then you should definitely watch the documentary.
Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020 14:48

Paul Butterfield, an English jazz composer who is largely responsible for the jazz sound of the 1950s, was famously shut out of the music business in the 1970s. Then, in 1973, a small group of musicians, led by the hard-boiled young avant-garde pianist Joe Cocker, managed to win a battle with the music industry to revive the funk-rock style that had been largely lost for decades. Although there is some question as to whether their efforts were successful, the end result was the emergence of a new musical art form in the shape of the funk-rock movement. The resulting albums, such as "It's A Long Way To The Top" and "Living In The Material World," became classics of the genre and ushered in a new era in the music business. In 2003, Paul Butterfield's official biopic "Mr. Pinch" (starring Dustin Hoffman, also co-writing the script) was released, based on his own memoirs and interviews with his son, who died in 2006. The film is a somewhat dark portrayal of the man's life. However, the strong cast of supporting actors (particularly Paul Butterfield's family) manage to convey a very human, yet at times, painful and ironic, portrait of the man who created an entire musical art form that is rarely heard of today. Paul Butterfield was an intelligent, talented man. Born in Wales in 1899, he was a musical prodigy who attended music school in the 1920s. At the age of 17, he made his own bass viol, which he used to compose songs for British radio and give them to his older brother, a musician who worked in a record store. His first wife, a musician, died of cancer in 1927, leaving him a young woman (Geraldine Hughes) with a large inheritance, which he could not handle. By this time, he had moved to America, where he became a prominent jazz composer and producer. His music is associated with the New Romantic movement of the 1930s and 40s, in which jazz flourished. As his son says, "He was the genius of the music business." It is one of the great stories of music and the arts. This film, however, is more a biopic of Paul Butterfield's life, than the life of his music. While it is hard to watch some of the interviews of the composer's son, whose father was the subject of the film, it is no less painful to watch the interviews of the more prominent musicians, some of whom are more sympathetic to the man than to his music. Nevertheless, the film is very engaging, and there is a strong sense of the man's vision and influence on the music business. Paul Butterfield has been lost to history. That is not the case of Joe Cocker, whose interviews are a masterpiece of performance art and human story telling. If you're interested in the man and his music, and would like to see a film that looks at the man and his music, see "Mr. Pinch" (2008) directed by James Ivory. It is based on the memoirs of Paul Butterfield and focuses on his life and his music.
Tuesday, 15 Sep 2020 04:47

Paul Butterfield, one of the most prolific and prolific musicians in rock and roll history, has always been one of the best performing artists, with an incredible voice and a unique ability to speak to all ages. With the release of "The Man Who Never Lived: A Memoir" he has given the world another reminder of what a great musician he is. Butterfield recounts the story of how he met Elvis Presley, the connection that has always existed between him and John Lennon, and how he became the youngest known musician in history. The movie is very well done, beautifully produced, and has been a lot of fun to watch. And the interviews, as they are between Paul and Elvis, are very compelling. Most of the music they listen to is music that is well known and well known artists. There is a nice mix of history of music, and interviews from the people who have played in his bands, and from musicians that are known for their connection to Paul. The best part of the film is the interviews with John Lennon, his wife, and the music they listened to together in the days and weeks leading up to his death. The interview with Elvis can be easily seen as one of the most powerful pieces of filmmaking ever. It is very clear that Paul listened to his guitar in his sleep, and felt his spirit, and his love for the music. It is also clear that the words that he used were to express his feelings, and those feelings became his heart. These moments are so well captured, and so amazingly written, that it is impossible to not feel them. And the fact that these moments are still on the minds of those who have played in Paul's bands, is truly humbling and amazing. The film is also so well directed. Butterfield is well played in the film, and he also writes the film, and he also has interviews. He is very animated, and in every scene he is telling his story. He is all of the things that he says, and he is the best part of the film. His music is played, and his stories are told, and the result is nothing short of an outstanding documentary.
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 02:49

It is very difficult to get people to admit that there is music in their life. Paul Butterfield is a man who, at times, seemed like he was having the most fun, yet was actually a very lonely man. His parents divorced when he was a little boy. His mother was a young college student, while his father was a retired cop who did his own detective work, always finding himself having to leave his son in the care of someone else. When Paul was a teenager, he was not a very popular boy. His mother did not always want him to go to college, but he had a talent that would be of interest to a wealthy company that she had met. So, she became his lawyer and made the odd arrangement for him to go to a school where his talent would be discovered. Unfortunately, the school's founder was only willing to have him attend for a few weeks. When he tried to leave, he was punished and when he tried to leave again, he was arrested and tried in juvenile court. He was convicted and sentenced to a year in prison. When he was released, he tried to get his mother to go to the college. When she refused, he decided to become a solo musician and wrote music to help him in his desire to get his mother to go. He had the backing of some real estate investors who thought that music could help him out of prison. But, the financial backing did not work out, and he was released. He never looked back and now works for an insurance company doing something he feels is important. He is a great musician who helps people in their time of need. But, he has the biggest burden on his back. For those who have not heard his music, they would love it. It is not a big deal if you like his music or not. It is something that his fans want to hear. It is something that he will try to get to his fans in the future. He is kind, generous, and generous. He is not a very good person and a very lonely man. He needs help and wants to help himself. It is a very touching documentary and worth seeing.
Saturday, 25 Jul 2020 09:05

The set-up was well-thought-out and well-executed. With this movie you get to see Paul Butterfield in his early years when he was just discovering his talent, his career was not booming, so it wasn't easy for him to find sponsors to help him with his singing career. His mother dies when he's young, and the movie takes you through a chronological sequence of his life to his "thrill" days. If you ever heard of his first rock band, you will be amazed at how awesome his voice was. He did a fantastic job of conveying his feelings and emotions in this documentary, and the voice he used was amazing, not just for him, but for all his fans. He went on to work with legends such as The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, and Van Morrison, and all of them were impressed with his voice. You get to hear him sing "Rock and Roll All Nite" and "When You're Young and You're Beautiful", two of his most famous songs, and some other great songs he did before he got famous. He also sang "Don't Stop Believin'" and "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", two other classic Paul Butterfield songs. The one thing I really didn't like was that the movie wasn't very convincing. It seemed like he was a much better singer than the music that was actually recorded. Maybe it was just me, but I didn't like the way it was done. There were times when I thought I heard someone else's voice in the song, and I couldn't figure out who it was. Even if you don't like The Who, The Kinks, or Van Morrison, this is a good movie to watch. 10/10
Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020 21:56

It's amazing how the stories behind this film are so amazing, it was really a great documentary. The subject matter was so strong and so relevant. Some of the interviews were really interesting, but for the most part it was just his story about how he got into the band and how he saw the band's music and the success that it had. Also, the movie touches on a lot of personal topics, such as his mother dying of a drug overdose when he was 4 years old and how he got into the music scene. It was just really impressive how they covered all these subjects and still made the film so enjoyable to watch. Overall, this is a great documentary that everyone should see. It's incredible to see how a story of someone as strong as this can be covered. It's also amazing to see how a documentary that was so inspiring and fun could be so depressing and depressing. The music in this movie was phenomenal, and I think it will also appeal to a younger generation because it's very reminiscent of older styles. But really, the music is just so amazing. It's really sad and really touching at the same time, and it's incredible how these two musicians and their music come together in this amazing story. I really really loved the music and how the director captured some of the same feelings the band had while they were playing and how the music became part of the band and it became part of their story. I think it was really amazing how the director did that. I think this movie should be a huge hit because it's one of the best documentaries ever and I hope to see more of Paul Butterfield's music and the band. I really really loved this documentary, and I think anyone should see this, so I hope that you give it a chance and see it.


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