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(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.

Top reviews

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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