Musicians Bonnie Raitt, J.D. Souther, Jackson Browne, and Chris Darrow discuss the distinct sensibilities of women in country music and recognize Linda Ronstadt as a pioneer in the genre, and how performances at The Troubadour played a vital role in establishing women as performers. This scene is an outtake from Troubadours: Carole King / James […]
Kris Kristofferson reflects on how The Troubadour launched his career, alongside artists who performed at the legendary club, Carole King, Roger McGuinn of The Byrds, J.D. Souther, Richard “Dickie” Davis, and Barney Hoskyns. Artists reflect on the Troubadours uncanny ability to bring together the conflicting rock ‘n’ roll and country scenes at the time. This […]
Music historian and biographer Kevin Bazzana shares stories from his research and insights into Gould’s reputation as a hermit and his true depth of character discovered while browsing the artist’s notes from his private life. This scene is an outtake from the DVD extras of Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould.
Ray Roberts, one of oldest friends, shares family albums, old clothing, and photographs of Glenn Gould from his personal collection, as well as stories about Gould’s incredible personality. This scene is an outtake from the DVD extras of Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould.
Lorne Tulk, a former technician for CBC Radio in Toronto who worked with Gould, tells a story about Gould’s attachment to the chairs sat in while recording and how he received one of those very chairs as a gift. This scene is an outtake from the DVD extras of Genius Within: The Inner Life of […]
Adam Ippolito of Elephant’s Memory describes meeting John Lennon.
Record producer Jack Douglas talks about meeting John Lennon and the experience of producing Imagine.
Pop music critic and author of Corn Flakes with John Lennon (And Other Tales from a Rock ‘n’ Roll Life) Robert Hilburn recalls a time when he met John Lennon.
Earl Slick remembers meeting John Lennon. Slick, a well known guitarist, worked alongside John Lennon on what would become Lennon’s final all-new studio recording. The album titled Double Fantasy was released in 1980.
In these outtakes from the film, Gloria Estefen, Andy Garcia, and John Santos tell their favorite stories and recall memories of Cachao. They describe the ways his music influenced their lives and tell anecdotes from his life, including one of Cachao’s favorite jokes about how to kill a cat.